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Call out for participants for a unique user generated music conference

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Liverpool_Music_BarcampwebLiverpool’s 1st Music Barcamp will be taking place on Saturday 23rd April as part of the Liverpool Working Class Music festival.

Liverpool’s Music Barcamp are looking for participants who are willing to share their skills and experience in the music community and industry in all it's local and independent forms at a unique open event.

 

Liverpool Music Barcamp, is a FREE DIY conference where participants are encouraged to share by running a practical based workshops or by giving a talk on a subject they are knowledgeable in.

Liverpool has a growing DIY Music scene, with new bands, promoters and festivals coming through all the time, so there is no better time for knowledge sharing within the music community.

All the suggested talk/workshops are listed and then the voted on, in this way only the most popular take place, they can be suggested via the Music Barcamp Forum http://bit.ly/musicbarcamp.

It’s a free event and is open for anyone who is interested in music or the music industry to attend. The Barcamp is taking place at Studio 2. on Parr Street.

This is really unique because it’s the people who attend the Barcamp who are going to be the ones suggesting the content for it and they who are going to be delivering it.


Liverpool Music Barcamp
Saturday 23rd April 2011
Studio 2 Parr Street , Liverpool

FREE

Website http://www.unconference.defnetmedia.com

Definition: Barcamp - a unique user generated music conference, with open, participatory workshops and events.

Part of the Liverpool Working Class Music Festival
http://www.workingclassmusic.org.uk/

The event is organised by Liverpool based Sound Network and How Why DIY

How Why DIY is a network of creative technologists that have created and are creating some of the most exciting technological events in Liverpool.

http://www.how-why-diy.com/

How Why DIY and Soundnetwork are teaming up later in the year to create a festival of open source culture – from conferences to performances. workshops and exhibitions. Open Source City will be taking place in the summer of 2011

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