Library Lab 2
Friday, April 1, 2022
Financial, educational, and cultural barriers have historically contributed to the underrepresentation of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) music therapists in the field, negatively impacting equitable access to music therapy services for some of our most vulnerable and marginalized communities. Join this panel of BIPOC music therapy leaders to learn about their professional experiences and how we can address these inequities, effect meaningful change, and improve the human experience for all in the music therapy community.
Join this workshop to learn how to utilize this popular gaming platform to showcase your artistry as Twitch emerges as a place where music creators can share art with a community of millions and build a place to connect with your most passionate fans.
Join Lazaro Hernandez from Warner Chappell (Latin Division) as they critique songs by pre-selected Berklee student artists in real-time.
Hosted by: The A&R Student Club