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Media Entrepreneurship Training in the Arts (META) and the School of Creative Arts Music Technology program announce the University of Saint Francis's first ever student disciplinary Record Label.

The META team focuses on the marketing and business aspects of operating a record label and producing a artist.

The Music Technology program focuses on the production and recording technologies of music, now taught in new state-of-the-art recording and performance studios at USF Downtown.

Music Technology and META’s Marble Lounge Records is pleased to announce there first ever launch party for the inaugural Marble Lounge Records artist Rosalind & the Way was on April 27, 2018. The full album release will be during the summer of 2018. 

 


 

META

Andrea Robinson
META Director

2017-2018

Bee Kagel
Social Media Director

Tyler Ross
Marketing Director / Web Designer

Rebekah Frey
Graphic Design Director

Renee Robinson

Lead Graphic Designer

Morgan McCollough

Logo Designer

Jessie Gilley

Graphic Designer

Ashely Price

Graphic Designer

Vaughn Gallagher

Graphic Designer

Nico Cardoso

Business Development Director

Brock Riley

Finance / Sales / Merchandise

Joey Lamping

Business Development

Diahmynd Thomas

Business Development

Charles Romulus

Business Development  

Alyssa Patterson

Communication Director

Jennifer Vay Schenkel

Communication

 

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Music Technology

Miles Fulwider
Music Department Chair

2017-2018

Rob Mathes
Executive Producer

Brandon Williams
Art & Production VP

Lucas Norton
Artist & Repertoire VP

John Dawkins

Sales / Marketing VP

Sage Saunder

Artist & Repertoire

Ellie Parker

Artist & Repertoire

Chris Braun

Artist & Production 

Victor Bishop

Marketing & Distribution 

McKayla Nevers

Artist & Production

Mark Waldick

Artist & Production

Aleena York

Marketing & Distribution

Austin Marsh

Artist & Production

Jordan Stoffel

Artist & Production

Joey Lamping

Artist & Production

Mollie Shutt

Photographer

 

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This new degree sets the university apart from its regional competitors and peer institutions, This program trains and cultivates artists in preparation for academia. It allows for continued exploration, investigation and study in the fine arts as well as permitting study at a distance, introducing USF to a wider market.
— Colleen Huddleson, interim dean of the School of Creative Arts at USF