• MAY

    • 13 SATURDAY

      Join us at MoPOP and explore the mechanics behind building your best live show.

      SPEAKERS

      Grieves
      • Colin Papworth (Operations Manager for SIDY Management and Tour Manager for Grieves)
      • Shaina Foley (Production Manager at The Crocodile)
      • Julian Martlew (KEXP Audio Engineer)
      • Moderated by Upstream Curator Meli Darby

      This workshop takes place in conjunction with the City of Music Career Day.


      ABOUT MASTERING THE HUSTLE

      The DIY spirit of the Northwest is what makes our artistic community so unique. As part of our commitment to supporting the sound and culture of the Northwest, Upstream Music Fest + Summit, KEXP, and MoPOP are partnering to offer ongoing workshops to help emerging artists navigate the music industry.

    • 21 SUNDAY

      Campout Cinema: The Muppet Movie

      6:15pm (doors 5:45pm)

      Follow Kermit the Frog and friends on a musical cross-country adventure in the Campout Cinema screening of The Muppet Movie (1979).

  • APRIL

    • 14 FRIDAY

      Indiana Jones must locate the lost Ark of the Covenant before the Nazis in the Campout Cinema screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981).

      Full-time archaeologist and part-time handsome adventurer, Dr. Indiana Jones has been hired by the US government to find the Ark of the Covenant—the chest believed to hold the original Ten Commandments. As the trail of clues leads him across Asia and Africa, Indy must hurry to out-smart the Nazis on his tail and keep the Ark out of the hands of the Third Reich.

    • 20 THURSDAY

      Pop Conference 2017

      Varies daily

      Thursday, April 20 - Sunday, April 23

      This year’s Pop Conference, titled Sign O’ the Times: Music and Politics, will feature presentations on topics ranging from identity politics to protest music in the modern era. Music is often shaped by politics, from rules of copyright, drinking ages, and noise volumes to crises of war and social injustice, rents in the fabric. Music’s connection to politics goes beyond sloganizing lyrics; it organizes, stirs, performs possibility.

    • 22 SATURDAY

      TUF Takeover

      10:00am–5:00pm

      The personal is political, and TUF exists as an act of resistance against the status quo in the artistic realm. The collective strives to make space for femme, non-binary, and trans individuals in a cis-male dominated world, advocating to give marginalized folks a voice as much as possible. TUF’s …

    • 23 SUNDAY

      Light in the Attic and MoPOP are partnering with the 2017 Pop Conference to present a one-day Light in the Attic celebration!

  • APRIL

    • 1 SATURDAY

      Join us at MoPOP and explore the mechanics behind building your best live show.

      SPEAKERS

      Grieves
      • Colin Papworth (Operations Manager for SIDY Management and Tour Manager for Grieves)
      • Shaina Foley (Production Manager at The Crocodile)
      • Julian Martlew (KEXP Audio Engineer)
      • Moderated by Upstream Curator Meli Darby

      This workshop takes place in conjunction with the City of Music Career Day.

      City of Music: Career Day

      11:00am-6:00pm

      City of Music Career Day, an educational program developed by the Seattle Music Commission and produced in partnership with One Reel, Office of Film + Music, Office of Arts & Culture, MoPOP, The Vera Project, and KEXP, provides young people ages 16–24 direct access to music industry professionals through networking, experiential learning, engaging workshops, and performances.

    • 14 FRIDAY

      Indiana Jones must locate the lost Ark of the Covenant before the Nazis in the Campout Cinema screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981).

      Full-time archaeologist and part-time handsome adventurer, Dr. Indiana Jones has been hired by the US government to find the Ark of the Covenant—the chest believed to hold the original Ten Commandments. As the trail of clues leads him across Asia and Africa, Indy must hurry to out-smart the Nazis on his tail and keep the Ark out of the hands of the Third Reich.

    • 20 THURSDAY

      Pop Conference 2017

      Varies daily

      Thursday, April 20 - Sunday, April 23

      This year’s Pop Conference, titled Sign O’ the Times: Music and Politics, will feature presentations on topics ranging from identity politics to protest music in the modern era. Music is often shaped by politics, from rules of copyright, drinking ages, and noise volumes to crises of war and social injustice, rents in the fabric. Music’s connection to politics goes beyond sloganizing lyrics; it organizes, stirs, performs possibility.

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