Music policy forum

The Music Policy Forum is a nonprofit organization with three goals:

  • Advise governments, organizations and businesses on how effective engagement with the music community can advance their objectives, including from strategic planning, coalition building and campaign management.

  • Curate conferences, retreats and other events that build cross sector networks and connect dynamic working musicians with policymakers, researchers and other stakeholders who are eager for authentic engagement with that community.

  • Resource musicians and members of the music community who are interested in effectively engaging with policymakers, researchers, philanthropy and advocacy organizations.  

SAVE THE DATE

  • Music Policy Forum Summit: Georgetown University. October 25-26, 2019


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mission

Developing vibrant music economies that support professional musicians, enhance communities, and support local creativity.

 
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POLICY

From hosting a Mayoral Forum on Music and Culture in New Orleans to weighing in on net neutrality in Washington DC, Music Policy Forum seeks to engage musicians and the cultural community in working towards positive sector wide change.

 
 
 
'From Scratch: Imagining and Implementing New Programs and Partnerships.' The panel featured lessons imparted by successful music industry leaders on topics such as how they identified the needs in their communities, strategies to persuade partners and funders, and methods of benchmarking programs for sustainability. The discussion was moderated by Gene Meneray of the The ELLA Project.


Connect with Music Policy Forum:

musicpolicyforum@gmail.com