Registration for the 43rd MEIEA Summit in Las Vegas is now open!
To celebrate our first in-person meeting since 2019, you can save $140 over the regular registration cost by registering under the SUPER SAVER rate of only $249 until Dec. 20th!
A limited number of hotel rooms are available at our host hotel - Embassy Suites by Hilton Las Vegas. Make sure to book your room as soon as possible! Please click here to reserve your room. All rooms include free breakfast, free WiFi, and a complimentary evening social.
PLEASE NOTE: This year, we will be adhering to a strict Health and Safety Policy per recommendations from the CDC and our host hotel. ALL attendees will need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination OR a negative COVID-19 test taken within the previous 72 hours.
*** In order to register and attend the summit, you must be a paid and current MEIEA member. To learn more and to join, visit www.meiea.org/join ***
CALL FOR SUMMIT PRESENTATIONS AND RESEARCH PAPERS
We have opened our Call for Papers to be presented at the 2022 MEIEA Summit. We are seeking papers on all aspects of the music and entertainment industry including original research, historical perspectives, analysis of topical subjects, pedagogical & curricular issues, etc. MEIEA invites you to submit proposals for paper presentations at our upcoming 2022 MEIEA Summit.
Proposals should include:
1) a one-page abstract, and
2) your technology requirements (projector, audio, etc.).
Conference proceedings will be published following the Summit. The deadline for submission is February 28, 2022. Submit proposals to email@example.com.
MEIEA 2021 JOURNAL IS OUT!
Vol. 21, No. 1 (2021)
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The Submission Deadline for Priority Consideration for the 2022 Issue is June 24, 2022.
Addressing The Black Lives Matter Movement
The MEIEA board stands in solidarity with the fight against systemic racism and oppression of any kind. We do this hand in hand with our colleagues, students, and peers in the music and entertainment industries and in recognition of those hurting within the Black community. The entertainment industry and greater global culture owe a debt of gratitude to the inspiring artists, entrepreneurs, and other influencers of color who have made invaluable contributions to our daily lives and histories. It is high time their equity and agency be celebrated, recognized, and protected.
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