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Tuesday, October 4 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Low Latency and High Speed Connectivity: Long Distance Collaboration for Education and the Arts (part 2: panel discussion)

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Immediately following the LoLa performance between OneBeat Fellows in Chattanooga and New World Symphony Fellows in Miami, the library will kick off the first in a series of new roundtable discussions on how the intersection of music, interconnectivity and gigabit technology can foster opportunities in education, the arts and community building. Learn how educators and artists have been using the LoLa platform for distance learning and new collaborations. Be a part of the new think tank that will explore more ways to use this high tech resource available at the public library. After the roundtable, visiting artists, entrepreneurs and guests will stick around for a participatory LoLa experience between Chattanooga and Miami.

About the LoLa panelists:
Justin Trieger, Director of New Media and Distance Education for New World Symphonyin Miami, America's Orchestral Academy
OneBeat Fellows/Founders, the world’s foremost music diplomacy program
Danna Bailey, Vice President of Corporate Communications, The Electric Power Board (EPB)
Stevie Ray Dalimore, co-founder/artistic director for the Muse Of Fire Project
Geoff Millener, Innovation and Technology Programs Manager for Chattanooga's Public Education Foundation
The conversation will be facilitated by the executive director of the Chattanooga Public Library, Corinne Hill

Tuesday October 4, 2016 3:30pm - 4:30pm
4th Floor of the Chattanooga Public Library 1001 Broad St, Chattanooga, TN 37402

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