WEBINARS

Here's a list of informative webinars we think you would enjoy, including our new "Tuesday Talks" series.

See the full list of upcoming OAPN Webinars HERE

Watch the recorded version of past Tuesday Talks by clicking the links below:


Tuesday Talks: with the Vice President (BMI) on navigating royalties: 
Dan Spears (BMI) will discuss royalties, streaming and your options
as an artist during COVID 

 



"TUESDAY TALKS" about working with your local health department: Presenters Adele Adkins and Nick Standering discuss their experience with reopening and writing plans to the health department for reopening. 


 


OAPN Presents: "Tuesday Talks" about programming educational online content: Mister C discusses programming educational, young adult & family friendly online content


OAPN Presents "Tuesday Talks" on pivoting online programming and reopening: Dr. Margaret Carlson and Jen Garlando of Verb Ballets discuss returning to work safely and pivoting online programming.

 




OAPN Presents: "Tuesday Talks" about online streaming platform options
OAPN invites Jack Forman (President of BiCoastal Productions) to discuss the various streaming platforms for artists and presenters



"Tuesday Talks" with Arts Advocacy and Funding: OAPN invites Angela Meleca, Executive Director of Ohio Citizens for the Arts, to discuss the importance of arts advocacy and funding PLUS Governor DeWine's order on safely reopening performing arts venues.

 



 "Tuesday Talks" with an Ohio Artist, Presenter, and Agent: OAPN welcomes Lisa Biales, Erin Cameron Miller and Tammy Walkup to discuss their approach to fair artist fees, limited venue capacity & safety.

 

 "Tuesday Talks" with Ohio Presenters: OAPN welcomes Ohio Presenters from Canton Palace Theatre, Akron Civic Theatre, and Kent State at Tuscarawas to discuss Programming, Planning and Presenting during COVID.  

 


 

 In Session: Music Law 101 with Darrell Thompson: Presented by Sofar Sounds // Darrell Thompson (co-founder of Deepr) brings his three decades of experience practicing entertainment and music law to offer insight around how independent artists can better understand and navigate the legal side of the music industry.


 

Ask an Expert: The GRAMMY Awards ProcessThe GRAMMY Award is arguably the music industry’s highest honor.   Winning a GRAMMY can catapult an artist's career to the next level, but submitting a strong application is a key factor in setting yourself apart from the crowd.  Join members of the Recording Academy team as they guide you through the application process and answer your questions.