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New Brunswick Music Scene Archive One-Year Anniversary Symposium and Exhibit

Thursday, October 27, 2016
6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Alexander Library, Scholarly Communication Center


Christie Lutz

Join us in celebrating one year of the New Brunswick Music Scene Archive with a panel discussion of speakers including:

  • Brandon Stosuy, editor in chief of Kickstarter's The Creative Independent and former editor/contributor at Pitchfork
  • Amy Saville, vocalist and guitarist for New Brunswick-based Prosolar Mechanics and author of the Hub City Romance series
  • Kelli Kalikas, studio co-owner and show promoter at In the West recording studio in New Brunswick
  • John Terry, former New Brunswick basement show promoter, record label owner, and musician

An exhibit of materials from the archive will also be on display.

Visitors may park in Lots 26, 30 & College Avenue Deck without permits. Special event parking is only for visitors to the university and does not include free metered parking. Faculty, staff, and students must park only in lots they are authorized to park in.

Alexander Library
Scholarly Communication Center