Thanks to Our Sponsors
The Archives of African American Music and Culture (AAAMC) would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support of Reclaiming the Right to Rock: Black Experiences in Rock Music.
Indiana University's New Frontiers Program
This conference is partially supported by Indiana University's New Frontiers Program, funded by Lilly Endowment, and administered by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research. Now in it's fifth year, the New Frontiers program supports innovative projects, workshops, performances, and visiting scholars and artists. Since its inception, the goal of the program has been to help Indiana University faculty members to expand their work into disciplinary or interdisciplinary frontiers that promise new insights into the human condition or pursue innovative directions in artistic creativity.
Other Sponsors and Collaborators
Office of the Provost
Themester @ The College of Arts and Sciences program
Department of Theatre & Drama
Black Film Center/Archives
Indiana Memorial Union Board
African American Arts Institute
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Gamma Eta Chapter
Vance Music Center
Department of Folklore & Ethnomusicology
City Lights & Underground Experimental Film Series
Foster International Living-Learning Center
Office of Multicultural Initiatives
Office for Women's Affairs
Department of Telecommunications
Department of Gender Studies
Latino Studies Program
Department of Communication and Culture
Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies
School of Journalism
Asian American Studies Program
Asian Culture Center
Collins Living-Learning Center
Jacobs School of Music
Hutton Honors College, Wells Scholars Program
Sound and Video Analysis & Instruction Lab (SAVAIL)
Becoming a Sponsor
If you would like to sponsor either the conference or the AAAMC, click here to access and download our donor pdf form or contact us at email@example.com / (812) 855-8547. All donors electing to join the AAAMC mailing list will receive a free subscription to Liner Notes our annual newsletter. Sponsors of the conference will receive recognition in the program booklet and other conference related materials.
If you have materials documenting the history of black artists and musicians in rock that you would like to lend for use in the AAAMC exhibit in October-November 2009, or that you would like to donate to our permanent archival collection, please contact our Head of Collections with a brief description or list of the materials at firstname.lastname@example.org.