NEXT STEPS Workshop #8: Music Supervision - Sync, Film, TV and Gaming
Workshop #8: Music Supervision - Sync, Film, TV and Gaming
Thursday, January 12, 2023: 1PM ET/ 10AM ET / 11AM MT / 12PM CT / 2PM AT
The 8th in the BDRB x CIMA “Next Steps” Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Workshop series, we look at the creation of equity within the music synchronization sector.
We will explore the lack of representation/hiring of music supervisors of diverse backgrounds and musical genres, the difficulties faced by Black and IPOC professionals attempting to enter the sector, gatekeeping, and the data needed to address equity in the sector.
Lawyers, Music Supervisors, Composers, TV & Film Production Companies, Publishers, Gaming Companies, Music Representation for Sync, Brand Partnerships Agencies, Record Labels, Independent & Major Labels, Funding Bodies & Associations.
WORKSHOP LED BY IAN ANDRE ESPINET AND DAVID CLICK COX (BDRB) WITH INSIGHT FROM SUBJECT EXPERT EVERTON LEWIS JR.
SUBJECT AREA EXPERTS:
Everton Lewis, Jr. is an industry veteran and the go to music supervisor for the hottest and most dynamic music syncs in the business. Over the past ten years, he’s forged his way as a thought leader and built an extensive rolodex of A List music industry connections. He created his own lane when he founded and launched EH! SIDE Music Supervision - a company solely dedicated to Canadian music syncs.
CIMA x BDRB present NEXT STEPS: Equity | Diversity | Inclusion
Professional Industry Development Workshop Series
Canadian Independent Music Association cordially invites its members, signatories of the BDRB Declaration and the greater Canadian music industry to CIMA “NEXT STEPS”, a FREE equity-focused monthly professional development workshop series.
With the goal of increasing understanding of equity via the conduits of diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, anti-oppression and belonging in the Canadian music industry, this 10-part workshop series will feature subject experts & professionals from specific sectors of the Canadian music industry paired with EDI specialists to discuss and develop ACTIONABLE solutions and recommendations for staff and leadership of micro, small & large companies and organizations.
Developed, coordinated and facilitated by Breaking Down Racial Barriers co-founders Ian Andre Espinet and David "Click" Cox, “Next Steps” will build on the tenets set out in the BDRB Declaration and Report with an expanded lens for Black, Indigenous, API and other systemically excluded groups, and delve into equity within the varied arenas of the Canadian music industry.
Moderated by BDRB, workshops will pair music industry insight from experts & leaders with training components delivered by equity consultants from the KOJO Institute.
CIMA strongly encourages that organizations prioritize equity by encouraging leaders and staff to consider these FREE workshops as an important PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT opportunity.
Support for Next Steps is provided by: Ontario Creates, SOCAN, Radio StarMaker, FACTOR, the Government of Canada, and Canada’s private radio broadcasters.
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“Breaking Down Racial Barriers” was initiatied as a Black led, music & entertainment industry roundtable discussion series. Initiated, curated and coordinated by Canadian music and entertainment community mainstays Ian Andre Espinet and David “Click” Cox, presented by The Canadian Independent Music Association, supported by ADVANCE, Canada's Black Music Business Collective and 22 of CIMA's peer and partner organizations.
Taking place via 10 Zoom sessions, from August 4th 2020 - October 6th 2020, the roundtable series on anti-Black racism in the Canadian music and entertainment industry featured over 60 working Black music professionals from across the country.
BDRB is presently authoring a CIMA commissioned, ADVANCE supported report on anti-Black racism in the Canadian music industry which will aggregate accumulated knowledge and create actionable solutions. These suggestions will be shared with the wider community with the understanding that it can, if embraced, inform how policies and practices can and should be reformed.
On June 2nd 2021, the one-year anniversary of #BlackOutTuesday, corporations and organizations and individuals from the Canadian music industry gathered for the signing event for The Declaration to End Anti-Black Racism in the Canadian Music Industry. The document has been signed by over 500 to date.
BDRB is currently consulting with organizations and corporations nationwide to improve equity in their spaces via diversity and inclusion.