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Friday, October 2 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Panel: MEIEA International: Australia! China! Sweden! LIVE!

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Join our Australasian and European colleagues across the world for a live update and a panel discussing the state of live music and venues during COVID-19 around the world.

Topics will include:
* Future of international exchanges – what might look like in a post COVID-19 world?
* Different approaches countries have taken to remote learning
* Government responses to pandemic in education settings



Speakers
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Si Si

Associate Professor and Master Supervisor, Director of Arts Management Theory, China Conservatory of Music
Si Si is an Associate Professor, Master Supervisor, Director of ArtsManagement Theory Teaching and Research Section of Arts ManagementDepartment, China Conservatory of Music. She holds a PhD degree in mediaeconomics both from Communication University of China and Case WesternReserve... Read More →
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Serona Elton

Associate Dean and Professor, University of Miami
Serona Elton is a professor, the Associate Dean of Administration, and the Director of the Music Business and Entertainment Industries Program at the University of Miami Frost School of Music. She also serves as Head of Education Partnerships for The Mechanical Licensing Collective... Read More →
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Ben O'Hara

Dean, Collarts (Australian College of the Arts)
Ben O’Hara has taught music industry business at a number of institutions across Australia including the Sydney Institute of TAFE Ultimo, The University of Tasmania, EORA College, and JMC Academy in Sydney and Melbourne. He was formally the Head of Higher Education (Music Business... Read More →
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Kristina Kelman

Senior Lecturer, Queensland University of Technology
Dr Kristina Kelman is an academic, teacher, community music facilitator and jazz musician. Her research focuses on entrepreneurial learning. Most recently her book, Music Entrepreneurship: Professional Learning in Schools and the Industry was published through Palgrave Macmillan... Read More →
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Henric Lindstrom

Lecturer, Department of Organisation and Entrepreneurship, Linnaeus University
Head of Music & Event Management programme and lecturer in Business Administration, organizational theories & leadership, music business related courses and project management for the music and event industries. Also serving as the European Liaison in the organization Music & Entertainment... Read More →


Friday October 2, 2020 6:00pm - 7:00pm EDT

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