2018 By Artists, For Artists Report Released

Announcing the Release of the 2018 By Artists, For Artists Report on
Massachusetts Artists of all Disciplines, Makers, and Creative Entrepreneurs

The Massachusetts Artists Leaders Coalition (MALC) and Artmorpheus are proud to announce the release of the 2018 By Artists, For Artists report on Massachusetts artists of all disciplines, makers, and creative entrepreneurs. Artists and creatives play a vital role in the cultural life and creative economy of Massachusetts, and this report provides critical insights that will guide advocates and policy ...

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You Got This

The New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic’s You Got This (YGT) mental health initiative was created as a response to the growing suicide epidemic in the creative community. YGT is a compassionate, inclusive mental health outreach program designed for creatives and performing artists to help calm suicidal thoughts, feelings and plans by promoting optimal mental health self-care. Directed by a community task force in collaboration with local and national ...
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A Call to Action: Suicide in the Creative Community – “You Got This” Initiative and James Blake

Highlights from the 2018 PAMA International Symposium

Media spotlights this call to action:

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Occupational Health Issues in Performing Arts

These articles provide simple introductions to the occupational health (OH) issues noted in the visual and performing arts. They were published in 2017 as a series by lead author Dr. David Hinkamp. The articles were intended to help OH practitioners increase their understanding of some of the basic health issues facing workers in the arts, and resources for their use in treating and preventing these problems.

1. Occupational Health and the Arts.

Hinkamp DL, McCann M, Babin A.
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Expert Roundtable: Music & Hearing on the 100th Anniversary of Recorded Jazz

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The Hearing Review

EXPERT ROUNDTABLE: Music & Hearing Loss | February 2017 Hearing Review

Introduction to Special Issue

By Marshall Chasin, AuD, Bethany Ewald Bultman, and Dan Beck, Guest-editors

On February 26, 1917, the first jazz recording was pressed for the Victor record label, featuring the Original Dixieland “Jass” Band’s Dixie Jass One Step and Livery Stable Blues. The record was released 3 months later, and represented what ...

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