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Admission is $5 / Free for QCA members and students with ID.

Queens Council on the Arts is pleased to offer this unique panel presentation with representatives from several areas of the music industry, including a record label, NYC venue, Performing Rights Organization, and a professional musician. The panelists will share insights and valuable information from several perspectives within the music industry. The panel presentation will be followed by a Question & Answer session, and an informal reception.

To register, call Queens Council on the Arts at 718-647-3377, Ext. 17.

This event is part of Queens Council on the Arts’ Art Builds Community program, a series of technical development workshops and round table gatherings designed to strengthen and support the cultural community. Further information about the Art Builds Community Series can also be found at www.queenscouncilarts.org.

The Art Builds Community program is sponsored, in part, by the Independence Community Foundation. QCA extends sincere gratitude to LaGuardia Community College for helping to make this event possible.

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