Nonprofit for disabled musical artists needs board members
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Innervision teaches the business of music.
We are looking for people that like all kinds of popular music from the 70’s through todays music as we work with disable and grass root artists that are diverse in their musical style.
We need board members that can help us with booking these artists, helping with the CD covers/t-shirts, taking pictures at event and using their phones to video tape, coordinate volunteers, man our tables at events, collect emails, call up college radio station, store and restaurants and ask them to play our artists music. Be our secretary at our once a month phone call conference meeting, manage our YouTube and face book, newsletters, Mail Chimp, help send out grants proposals and look for businesses to sponsor our radio station; just to name a few.
Read more about us at:
1255 Galapago St., #711, Denver, CO 80204, US
"The hippest public charity in Colorado!" "The mission of Innervision is to showcase the talents of physically and financially challenged musical artists, through live and taped radio and televised performances, to enrich the Denver community."
You can hear examples of our radio and TV shows by typing in:
http://www.denveropenmedia.org/project/innervision-music-showcase/show/innervision-young-guitarist, or listening to our radio show through tuneinradio.com Wed/Fri 8:00am to 8:30am KUVO 92.9FM 92.9FM
Innervision is a local non-profit organization that works with disadvantaged and physically challenged musical artists. Innervision has been in existence since 1990. As a recording and performing agency, our purpose is to assist disabled artists in achieving their goals.Please feel free to contact Mr. Johnnie Johnson, President of Innervision, for additional information
1255 Galapago St.711Denver, CO 80204
- People 55+
- Must be at least 19
- We have meetings over the phone once a month on Mondays at 7:00pm and we ask if you can help us 2 hours a week and three hours if you can. Depending on how many events we have you might do one hour, or sometimes three hours, once a month.