Monthly Archives: February 2015

IPR Hosts Snowbate Workshop

IPR recently hosted MN Film and TV and AICP Minnesota’s workshop on Snowbate, Minnesota’s rebate program for film and video productions. Approximately 40 agency directors, internal producers and commercial production decision-makers in the advertising industry were in attendance. A panel of Snowbate policy experts was moderated by MN Film and TV Executive Director Lucinda Winters.
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The World of Hip-Hop, With Kevin Beacham of Rhymesayers

Kevin Beacham recalls making plenty of phone calls. Most weren’t returned. But his mindset was to keep trying, keep pushing forward, keep working toward his goals. A project manager for indie record label Rhymesayers, Beacham talked about his story and how he got to where he is during IPR’s Jan. 27 Inside Tracks. Inside Tracks
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Another "Show Up to Show Off" Success

By Roslyn Heinemann, music and entertainment business program student Going on its second quarter in a row, the Student Advisory Board’s (SAB) Show Up to Show Off Showcase was a huge success! Created to give students the chance let loose and show off their skills on stage, this time around the event held a deeper
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Creative Connections

By IPR writing instructor Nell Morningstar One evening a week, when most people are driving home, or out for dinner, I drive out to one of the Minnesota Department of Corrections facilities surrounding the metro area. I am not a visitor; I am a volunteer. I teach creative writing classes for inmates through Minnesota Prison
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Meet Micah Johnson: IPR's Newest Audio Artist

Hailing from Miami and Los Angeles, new IPR instructor Micah Johnson has been told he’s handling the Minnesota winter “too well,” he says. “I came prepared,” he says, “I got my snow boots early, got a remote start for my car, and got four-wheel drive. And we love it here.” Johnson, an all-star studio engineer
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Service Learning With Music

IPR’s 2014 Fall quarter met its end with great success, especially philanthropically. While one of its Global Citizenship classes put on musical performances to entertain at senior centers, another section raised money for Sharing and Caring Hands, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the poor. John Edmundson’s class of 17 students split into two groups and
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