In the last decade, the Internet has served to enable the explosion of social networking. From MySpace, to YouTube and Wikipedia, participatory culture has transformed value systems, undermined notions of authority and power, while simultaneously creating new pathways for autonomous creativity and innovation. In this lecture, Paul Draper discusses these phenomena and suggests a higher learning imperative for what might be considered 'music 2.0', that is, for independent musical craft set in authentic contexts which continue to redefine 21st century artistry.
QCRC 'Twilight Series' public lecture, 9 October 2007
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