Instructionally Related Activities Funds Request Summary

Project SponsorPaul Murphy
Activity TitleBeatles Guest Artist Series
Activity/Event Date10/13, 12/1, 2/5, 4/28 (projected)
Date Funding Needed BySept. 2014
Previously Funded?Yes
Semester/Year2013-2014
Proposal #567
Report submitted for previously Funded Activity?Yes
Report submitted for previously Funded Activitybeatles-geoff-emerick-lj-photolinks.docx (MS Word)
Academic Program or Center NamePerforming Arts
Estimated total Course Fee revenue0
Amount Requested from IRA$4850
Estimated Number of Students Participating250-300
Conditions and ConsiderationsArtist/Performer/Speaker Fees & Honoraria, Space/Facilities Services Requirements
Brief Activity DescriptionThis is an IRA request for the ART/PAMU 231 course the Beatles: Music, Fashion & Culture course. This academic year I plan on again having as a guest Beatles Engineer Geoff Emerick, who was the senior engineer with the Beatles from 1966-1970. Mr. Emerick engineered the landmark albums Revolver, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Magical Mystery Tour, The White album and Abbey Road albums. Four of these five albums were voted in the top fourteen in Rolling Stone magazines 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. I also plan on having Laurence Juber who recorded and toured with Paul McCartney and Wings. Mr. Juber will be performing and speaking to my Beatles classes and doing a performance master class with the CI University Orchestra course that I will teach. Students will be performing for Mr. Juber and he will be mentoring the students using his professional experience as his guide. Bringing in such high caliber artists who commute from Los Angeles requires money to pay for the event and this I why am requesting $4500 in honorarium from IRA to ensure educationally enriching multicultural musical events like this will continue to benefit our students at CI.
Learning Outcomes and Relation to IRA to Course Offerings3. Learning Outcomes for ART/PAMU 231-The Beatles: Music, Fashion and Culture
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
• Discuss the importance of diverse musical influences on the Beatles music
• Write about the different styles and periods of the Beatles
• Describe how the Beatles’ music influenced popular culture of the 1960’s
• Distinguish specific songs, styles, and periods of the Beatles musical output
• Discuss the evolution of rock and popular music as influenced by the Beatles
• Differentiate and compare the songwriting styles of the various members
• Demonstrate the lasting influence of the Beatles from a musical and social standpoint

Other classes that would benefit from these IRA events:
PA 335 Business and the Performing Arts
PAMU 261 Music Theory
PAMU 330 Jazz In America
PAMU 385 Audio Design and Recording
PAMU 435 The Music Museum
PAMU 202 Group Guitar Lessons
PAMU 307 University Chorus
PAMU 200 History of Rock
PA 499 Performing Arts Capstone
ART 105 Drawing and Composition
ART 106 Color and Design
ART 108 Visual Technologies
ART 203 Illustration
ART 204 Graphic Design
ART 205 Multimedia
ART 209 Photography
Description of Assessment ProcessAll the students in the Beatles class will be required to write a short 1-2 review/summary of each IRA event as part of their overall grade for the course. They will be asked to discuss in writing what they learned, how the event was related and beneficial to the class in detail, and something new they learned about the Beatles music from the event.. An online questionnaire will also be available to all IRA event goers asking their opinions and benefits of having these multicultural campus-wide events.
Activity Budgetci-ira-budgetspreadsheet-spring14.xlsx (MS Excel)
CIA Budget
CIA Proposal
Course Syllabus
CIA Certification
Other Sources of FundingThere are no additional sources of funding.
Target Audience/Student MarketingThe target audience is the students in the ART/PAMU 231 The Beatles: Music, Fashion and Culture classes as well as other Performing Arts program students and all CI students in general. Faculty, staff and members of the local community will also be invited to attend. The events will be advertised to students via Flyers, Posters, the library TV’s, on the CI homepage, the Performing Arts home page and using social media, like the PA facebook page and twitter accounts.
Bring Benefit to CampusOver the last ten years I've hosted over 50 IRA funded events that have benefited thousands of CI students. Some key examples are the April 2013 10th Anniversary Multicultural Dolphinpalooza event that was attended by over 900 CI students, the April 2012 Beatles tribute concert by Paperback Writer in front of the Broome library attended by over 350 students, faculty, staff and local community, and the November 2012 Geoff Emerick MVS Speaker series event that was attended by over 250 CI students, faculty and local community. These multicultural events include the guest artists and performers interacting and engaging with the students. Many students have commented that these events are the highlight of their time at CI and an invaluable part of their CI University experience.
SustainabilityNA
Program Chair/Directorluke.matjas
Academic Affairs AVPkaren.carey
AcknowledgementI acknowledge that I have reviewed and accepted the Conditions and Considerations herein. Please check off boxes as appropriate.

Program Chair/Director Approval

ApprovalI approve the IRA Funds Request described on this page
NameLuke Matjas
Date/Time2/26/2014 10:16:41 PM

Academic Affairs AVP Approval

ApprovalI approve the IRA Funds Request described on this page
NameKaren Carey
Date/Time2/27/2014 8:17:07 AM