Live SA in association with British Council Connect ZA present #CreativeHustles featuring Dark & Lovely Global Roots: Thris Tian (Boiler Room/NTS Radio)
Join us for an engaging panel discussion on the theme “Music Curation in different spaces” featuring Thris Tian, DJ, music selector and one of the original architects of Boiler Room and many others.
The panel discussion will look at Music curation in different spaces from traditional FM radio to online radio (streaming, podcasts), television and event management.
Drawing on the success of platforms NTS radio, we aim to review what were the success, failures and learnings in the UK and how relevant they are to the smaller but ever growing industry in SA, for example JMR. Also looking at how technology and the digital age has changed how people access, consume and engage with music globally.
Date: Thursday, 16 July 2015
Time: 17h30 to 20h00
Place: Livity Africa Office
4th Floor, 73 Juta Street, Braamfontein
Entrance is Free to all those who register below
British Council Connect ZA is a major series of cultural exchanges between the UK and South Africa marking 2014 as a celebration of 20 years of democracy in South Africa. From 2013 to 2015, the programme will support cultural connections between young people aged 18-35 in the UK and South Africa with series of arts projects and use digital platforms to build creative networks through live music, film, visual art and design. British Council Connect ZA aims to reach new and diverse audiences for the arts and stimulate innovation, whilst forging new collaborations with organisations and individuals on both continents..
Also be sure to check out Dark & Lovely Global Roots