by Annie Dillard
ATLANTA – The Herman J. Russell Sr. International Center for Entrepreneurship at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business and the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization will hold the Atlanta Creative Arts Symposium (Music/Film/Digital Arts) – Succeeding in Today’s Global and Digital Landscapeon Saturday, April 16 from 12 noon to 6 p.m. at University Center. The event is open to all members of the Georgia State community and is free. Advance registration is required. The symposium will feature panel discussions on intellectual property; film and videography; and social media, networking, and brand development. Panelists will include:
- Monica E. Ewing, a visiting instructor in the School of Music and College of Law who is a practicing entertainment lawyer
- Steve Jones, a part-time instructor in the School of Music whose 26-year career with Atlantic Records spanned radio promotion, marketing and sales
- Frederick J. Taylor, Jr., GSU alumnus and award-winning director of commercials, documentaries, music videos and narrative shorts
Taylor, who received his Master of Communication in broadcast and film from Georgia State in 1991 and is creative director of Tomorrow Pictures, also will deliver the keynote address.
Russell Center interim director L. Gregory Henley and School of Music alumna Peggy Still Johnson will moderate the event.
- Atlanta Creative Arts Symposium (Music/Film/Digital Arts) – Succeeding in Today’s Global and Digital Landscape
- Saturday, April 16, 2011; 12 noon – 6 p.m.
- University Center - Speakers Auditorium, Georgia State University
46 Courtland St, Atlanta, Ga. 30303
- To Attend:
- Register here » Advance registration required.