Thursday, February 10, 2011

Songs For Social Change Contest and Critique Session!

Submit your song before the February 18th to the Songs for Social Change Contest! The purpose of your song should be to promote positive social change. The actual subject matter is open and could center on issues such as promoting
environmental awareness, peace and justice, harmony among different groups (racial, ethnic, religious, gender), or awareness of health or poverty issues.

1st Place: $1000 + studio recording time
2nd Place: $500
3rd Place: $300

Winners and runners up will be showcased in the Songs for Social Change Concert on March 29, 2011. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will also perform in the 2011 Liberal Arts Symposium on April 8!

For information on how to submit, click HERE

*To open up this contest to a wider conversation and discussion among students about social issues, how to treat them in song, how other songs have dealt with these subjects, etc., there is an information/peer critique sessions with moderators Mark Simos and Christiane Karam this tuesday, February 15th

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