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WE ARE EXCITED TO BE CURATING MORE AIB AND BOS PRODUCED EVENTS THROUGH OUT THE YEAR.

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TO COMMUNITY:

Arts In Bushwick has relaunched with changes that better suit the community and people we serve within it. We’ve recently released the dates for the 2019 Bushwick Open Studios and its open registration. Over the years, Arts In Bushwick has been able to exist with the help of our amazing volunteers. We’d like to invite people of the community who are interested in volunteering in all areas of work! Our first volunteer meeting for 2019 will be on May 7, 2019 at 7:30PM. The address of the meeting is 936 Madison Street. We look forward to meeting new and recurring volunteers!

Arts In Bushwick Music Industry Workshop
Feat. Drew Schultz
Sunday, May 26th. Doors 6:30pm, Workshop starts at 7pm. $10-$20 Sliding scale. All Ages.
 
Advances in recording and production technology have allowed for wider access to music creation than ever before. With the advent of home recording apps/software and devices, anyone can make their musical ideas a reality. Arts in Bushwick invites you to join Drew Schultz for a workshop on how to take the next steps towards writing, producing, and performing at a professional level – learn about songwriting, production, copyright/publishing, live performance, releasing music, branding, careers in music, and how to use your creativity as a professional launching pad.
 
Drew Schultz is a Detroit based songwriter, producer, drummer, percussionist, studio owner, educator, bandleader, and recording artist. He has performed with countless icons including Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Ariana Grande, The Temptations, Four Tops, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, The Contours, and The Dramatics, among others. He has written, produced, and released his own Back To Class series of recordings raising money for the Detroit Public Schools’ music programs with featured artists including the Four Tops, members of The Funk Brothers, Dennis Coffey, Melvin Davis, Spyder Turner, Lenny Pickett, James Jamerson Jr., Pat Lewis, Mark Scott of The Miracles, Reginald Torian of The Impressions, and many more. He is a college instructor at the Detroit Institute of Music Education teaching courses in Performance, Songwriting and Music Industry Studies. He is a published contributor to Modern Drummer Magazine, a credited Pre-Production Engineer on multiple releases by Universal/Motown Records, and holds a degree in Jazz Performance from New York University.
 
This workshop encourages attendees to come and ask their questions about all facets of the music industry, from the studio to the stage, and the business behind the scenes. 

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