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WHO OWNS MUSIC? 2/18/15 , 7-9pm *nyc — WBAI-FM Fundraiser

It is worth it just to hear Ahmed Abdullah, former bandmember of the Sun Ra Arkestra who came into his own with a blistering set of performances during the Loft Jazz sessions that emboldened and revitalized NY Jazz in the 70’s.

WHO  OWNS MUSIC?
 

The popularity of the hit series Empire has let loose a flurry of conversation about the the hip hop industry’s inner workings and joins ongoing debates about the future of music and the music industry. With that backdrop, Suga in My Bowl presents a dynamic and timely discussion on the question of Who Owns Music with a focus on the present and future Jazz scene.

Admission: $15 at the door 

Additional donations toward WBAI radio are enthusiastically encouraged!

 

Date: Wednesday, February 18, 7-9 PM

Location: RAW SPACE, 2031 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. 

(7th Avenue between 121st-122nd Streets)

At WHO OWNS MUSIC, we’ll discuss the role of “gatekeepers.” Who decides what music gets produced? Who decides what gets airplay? Who has access to clubs and gigs? Who shapes the opinions and ideas of what people hear? And what does this mean for listeners and the future of music? What can we do about it?

This event brings together musicians, writers and broadcast professionals to discuss these important issues and raise funds for listener-supported community radio!

Contact: sugainmybowl@gmail.com / sugainmybowl.org

 

PARTICIPANTS:

William Parker – William Parker is an improviser, and composer. He plays the bass, shakuhachi, double reeds, tuba, donson ngoni and gembri.

Sheila Anderson – Sheila Anderson is primarily associated with being an on-air host and programmer at WBGO-FM.

Rene Marie – René Marie, the award winning singer whose style incorporates elements of jazz, soul, blues and gospel. Her 2014 I Wanna Be Evil release was nominated for a Grammy Award.

Quincy Troupe – Quincy Troupe’s energetic, highly syncopated poetry melds contemporary music rhythms-such as rap, jazz, and be-bop-. He is frequently grouped with Black Arts Movement writers like Amiri Baraka, Nikki Giovanni, and Haki Madhubuti.

Ahmed Abdullah – Ahmed Abdullah leads the group Diaspora which combines poetry and lyrics with a large instrumental ensemble.

HOST:

Joyce Jones is the creator, host, and executive producer of Suga in My Bowl on WBAI Radio. She has also created and produced several radio documentary specials. She is also a graphic designer, percussionist and has had her photography published in Black Renaissance Noir.

Hank Williams is assistant producer for Suga’ in My Bowl and produces the weekly “On the Bandstand” segment as well as running the show’s website, where he has reviewed several jazz festivals. His writing has also appeared in Left Turn magazine and American Music Review. He also teaches at Lehman and Hunter colleges in the City University of New York system.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH
2015 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Afropunk presents Triptych
Tues.,  2/3 – 6:15pm  FREE
@ RAW SPACE, 2031 Adam Clayton
 Powell Jr. Blvd., NYC
Join director Terence Nance, along with AfroPunk producers Matthew Morgan and Jocelyn Cooper for a peek at the film and discussion on the state of Black art today, followed by reception. Moderated by Moikgantsi Kgama, founder of ImageNation, this event is held in partnership with NBPC/Black Public Media.
Movement is Rising
Mon.,  2/16, 2015 – 6PM FREE
@ RAW SPACE, 2031 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., NYC
Join MUSEUM OF IMPACT and ImageNation on February 16th, Presidents’ Day, for The Movement is Rising – An engaging and illuminating discussion with the New Faces of Activism about recent human rights injustices, community organizing and how we all can become involved in these movements! READ MORE
From short film VIVRE
#BlackLivesMatter Film Series 
Tues.,  2/17, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, FREE
@ RAW SPACE, 2031 Adam Clayton
 Powell Jr. Blvd., NYC
Join ImageNation for the #BlackLivesMatter Film Series. Curated by the NYC BedStuy PopUp Cinema Group, this month’s free program  presents amazing short films highlighting the humanity of Black people worldwide. Its Cinema, Conversation and Change. Read More
Still from ST. CLAIR BOURNE, 1983 film
Moikgantsi Kgama hosts Q&A after Amiri Baraka film
at Lincoln Center
Tues,  2/17 – 9:00pm, $14
@ Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center 144 W. 65th, NYC 
ImageNation founder, Moikgantsi Kgama, will host a q&a after the screening of 1983 film IN MOTION.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO 
Click on pic to view trailer
‘Riot from Wrong’ at ReelWorks
Friday,  2/20, 6:30pm – 8:30pm FREE
@ 540 President Street, Suite 2F
Brooklyn, NY
ImageNation brings a film about
 the biggest civil unrest Britain has
 seen to ReelWorks youth workshop
 in Brooklyn.
Click on image to view trailer
THEY DIE BY DAWN’ starring Erykah Badu and others!
Fri.,  2/27, Sat. 2/28 and Sun. 3/1- 
@ RAW SPACE, 2031 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., NYC
“They Die By Dawn”- is a star-studded black cowboy flick directed byJeymes Samuel and starring Erykah Badu, Rosario Dawson, Michael K. Williams, Isaiah Washington and many more. CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS
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