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The Tennessee Department of Labor & Workforce Development will present the free career workshop, How To Find & Secure A Survival Job During The Slow Seasons. They will provide resources and hands-on assistance for obtaining work outside of the music industry to supplement income during slow seasons. RSVP for this free workshop via Eventbrite.
This seminar will break down the anatomy of a recording contract. Instructor and Volunteer Lawyers & Professional for the Arts attorney David Crow of Milom Horsnell Crow Rose Kelley PLC will provide expert insights into how recording agreements take shape in the music industry. Crow has been professionally active in the music business for more than 27 years and has focused his law practice exclusively on entertainment and intellectual property matters for the past 15 years. He primarily represents independent artists, independent labels, major label artists, songwriters, technology companies, producers, publishing companies, and companies and individuals seeking to license and exploit intellectual property content. Provided by MusiCares and the Arts and Business Council, this workshop costs $15 per attendee. Register via Eventbrite, and use the coupon code "member-seminar" at checkout to receive $5 off.
This free workshop will provide clear guidance on the insurance landscape, including recent changes, as well as answer your questions. Topics covered will include insurance options, cost, subsidy and free insurance eligibility, estimating sporadic income, picking a plan, and getting care if you can't afford insurance. The event is open to anyone in the visual and performing arts and entertainment. Space is limited. Please RSVP via centralRSVP@actorsequity.org.
MusiCares will be at the Country Music Association Awards in Nashville, Tenn., providing a Safe Harbor Room backstage for artists and crew Oct. 31–Nov. 2 through rehearsals from 11 a.m.–7 p.m. Additionally, on Nov.1, eligible music professionals working at the event will have access to free custom earplugs beginning at 11 a.m. while supplies last.