Conference: Digital Agenda for Music '13
Following Creators Conference in Brussels and Digital Agenda for Music Round Table in Washington, SKAP – Swedish Society of Songwriters, Composers and Authors and FST, Swedish Society of Composers, realize Digital Agenda for Music ’13, a conference meeting challenges and opportunities offered by digitisation.
How will the EU succeed in creating a sustainable digital legal framework giving both music creators and music lovers as well as a whole industry best possible conditions? Who will be in charge of the agenda in a globalised, digitised world – Europe, or one of the BRICS, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa? And in what way can diversity and gender equality act as key to success in a digital environment?
This and much more, like how music and tech is in constant interplay, and how tech creates new artistic dimensions and methods of working, will be discussed at Digital Agenda for Music ’13, November 28 at Södra Teatern, Stockholm.
Meet among others futurist Gerd Leonhard, Ryan Heath, Expert to the European Commission, and the founder of Rättviseförmedlingen, Lina Thomsgård.
António Murta, Expert to the EU Digital Agenda, Loth Hammar, Swedish Digitisation Committée, Dominic Power, Professor in Economic Geography, Kenth Muldin, CEO Stim, Miriam Nordfors, Expert to the Swedish Government, Mario Perez Amigo, Dancer, Martin Q Larsson, Music Creator and Chairman of FST, Åsa Carild, Music Creator and Rights Specialist at Stim, Patrick Ager, Secretary General of ECSA, Alfons Karabuda, Music Creator and Chairman of SKAP as well as President of ECSA.
DISCOURSES OF THE DAY
The Cultural Core – Creative Rights and Integrity
Music creators are recognized as beeing the core of any digital music market, creating the need for a global common ground for creative rights. Creative rights – copyright, moral rights as well as human rights like free speech and personal integrity of creators – are subject to change all over the world, not the least in emerging economies like the BRICS, i.e. Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Who will be in charge of the agenda and what is the place for creative rights in the digital, global era?
Music, technology and innovation – Musical Diversity and Gender Equality in a Digital World
Music and technology have always been linked together, taking turns in shaping each others future. What are the challenges and opportunities offered by digitisation and how should music and tech work together in order to meet them? How do we create diversity and gender equality in a digital environment – or is rather diversity and gender equality in fact the key to success?
The cornerstones of any creative market are creators and their audience. How will the EU succeed in creating a sustainable digital legal framework giving both music creators and music lovers as well as a whole industry best possible conditions?
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