As the official launch event of AEMCON 2019, Verbalize will bring together 5 inspiring individuals to share their vision for the future of music culture.
Based in Southwest British Columbia, Jim Vanderhorst is a filmmaker who travels around the local music scene documenting and creating film content, primarily for the music industry. We caught up with him before he arrives at AEMCON to discuss his past & future projects, and the role of film & media in the music industry.
As our 2019 event comes closer, we wanted to highlight a few options for those of you who are interested in attending, but are restricted by a tight budget.
The conversation regarding mental health keeps coming up in our community, and it’s critical that we address it — you are not alone. We will discuss the emerging mental health crisis and how it intersects with the dance music community, and explore strategies for artists and electronic music professionals to deal with substance abuse issues and how to maintain a healthy life in the scene.
Maylee Todd is a multimedia artist, consultant, musician and curator based in Toronto. She will be joining us at AEMCON to share her knowledge in several workshops and panels including How to Build a Multimedia Show using Ableton Live, DIY Feminist Resistance Panel, and From the Studio to the Stage: Performing Live Panel.