Bree Davies and Heather Dalton Masterclass on How Public Media Supports the Local Arts

Heather Dalton is the current Director of Production at Colorado Public Television. As a proud advocate for Public Media, she produces two of the most exciting local music television shows in Colorado including “Sounds on 29th” and “OpenAir Live & Local.” Her background as a local underground musician has allowed her to meld her passions of music and media and shed a spotlight on the immense talent that Colorado has to offer.

Bree Davies is a writer, reporter and television host and producer born and raised in the Queen City of the Plains. An active member of the music community, she is the co-founder of Titwrench experimental music festival, produces an annual all ages music festival for MCA Denver and has consulted Youth On Record’s feminist-centric programming. Davies is host of “Sounds on 29th” on CPT12 Colorado Public Television and is the creator and host of the monthly live podcast, “Hello? Denver? Are You Still There?” at Mutiny Information Cafe. She was a longtime critic and columnist for Westword and has written for The A.V. Club, LA Weekly, Village Voice, xoJane, Alternative Press and more about music, art, feminism, DIY culture, addiction, and social justice issues. Davies is an advocate for all ages, accessible, inclusive, and autonomous DIY art spaces and music venues in Denver and has worked on legislation regarding artist housing and citywide housing affordability.

Heather & Bree will be joining us on Thursday, November 15th at 1:30 pm for the next installment of our FA18 Masterclass Series to speak about how  public media supports the local music scene as well as supporting DIY Artists.

Masterclasses are FREE with RSVP!