AFM members may have already received this in an email from President Ray Hair, but in case you missed it, here are current guidelines for workplace safety issued by the AFM. If you go to the website in the below link, you will see a button to click in order to download a PDF copy […]
Beware! There is a new Malware campaign that is spreading through Emails that purports to have WHO information about Covid-19. The emails have links to Excel spreadsheets containing macros that infect computers of users opening the file. Here’s an article that discusses the threat.
Here is an article from MINNPOST, who interviewed Michael Osterholm about COVID-19 and the Arts. A quote from the article: “Osterholm emphasized that air, not the environment (meaning surfaces we touch), plays the key role in transmitting COVID-19. We know that droplets can carry the virus, but it can also be in particles suspended in […]
Here’s a very informative article from WIRED magazine that discusses the science behind playing wind instruments and transmission of the Coronavirus. WIRED Article The article discusses some of the risks involved with playing wind instruments during the COVID-19 crisis. It is definitely worth checking out. Thanks to member Shelley Hanson for forwarding it for inclusion […]
It is rare that our Twin Cities Musicians Union steps into a critique of those in a position of authority in our community. We perform music. We advocate for the advancement of music careers. We educate others about the art and power of music, and we are committed to add depth and quality of life […]
By Charlie Maguire, TCMU Board of Directors
From Ray Hair, AFM President, March 27, 2020: Legislation that will extend unemployment benefits to those who rely on contract work and freelance jobs just passed the U.S. House of Representatives. The third Coronavirus (COVID-19) relief package already passed the U.S. Senate and now heads to the president’s desk for his signature. We will share […]