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THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE CREATIVE ECONOMY

Transitioning to the digital era hasn't been simple for artists and arts organizations. Yet the dramatic changes brought on by unprecedented technological evolution have also afforded our field incredible opportunities to have more direct control over our individual and collective endeavors. This Green Paper, authored and submitted by Future of Music Coalition, Fractured Atlas and the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture, examines the ways we might accomplish this task, while recognizing the increasing interconnectedness of key policy issues and the need for bold thinking in a time of economic uncertainty.

Green Paper Authoring Organizations: Future of Music Coalition, Fractured Atlas, National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture

THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE CREATIVE ECONOMY AMBASSADOR

Casey Rae-Hunter

Communications Director
Future of Music Coalition
Washington, DC

Casey Rae-Hunter is the Communications Director for Future of Music Coalition (FMC), a national non-profit research, education and advocacy organization for musicians. In this role, he assists FMC in identifying, comprehending and translating complex technology, policy and media issues to help musicians and fans become more engaged in issues that affect the entire music ecosystem. Rae-Hunter is also a musician, producer and media/tech wonk with a lot of ideas, some of them potentially interesting.

 

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Flexibility has never been more important to our field. The economy is in a protracted downturn, and we know that there will continue to be contractions. Yet it’s not all doom-and-gloom — some of these shakeups will also reveal new opportunities. To seize them, we must be ready to refine our approaches and document and build on our successes. And we can’t be stingy, either. In a time of profound economic challenge, the sustainability of our sector will depend to a large degree on willingness to collaborate and lead by example.

The Fractured Atlas, NAMAC and Future of Music Coalition green paper, “The Future of Digital Infrastructure for the Creative Economy,” identifies a few tech and policy issues that arts groups might do well to consider. It’s not meant to be a magical solutions-generator for the arts, but it does present several possible frameworks that our field can use to navigate ever-shifting technological and cultural terrain. Read the rest of this entry »

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Welcome to the Green Paper discussion on The Future of Digital Infrastructure for the Creative Economy. We encourage you to read the full Green Paper available in the tab above and make general comments at this time. Be sure to keep your comments brief—Casey Rae-Hunter, the Ambassador for this Green Paper will soon begin deeper, threaded conversations around specific paragraphs, sections or themes that appear in this Green Paper. Follow this conversation thoroughly by adding The Future of Digital Infrastructure for the Creative Economy feed to your RSS reader!

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