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VH1 Save the Music Foundation


WHO:                   VH1 Save The Music Foundation


Artists joining VH1 Save the Music Foundation to represent
and infuse real-life arts experiences:


Masi Oka, Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated Actor, Heroes
Oka earned a degree in computer science and mathematics from Brown University and worked at George Lucas? Industrial Light and Magic as a digital effects artist -- a valuable example of impactful STEAM curriculum. NBC recently announced that Oka is set to reprise his role as time-traveler / teleporter Hiro Nakamura on the upcoming limited series, Heroes Reborn.

Kenny Lattimore, GRAMMY-nominated R&B artist.

Kenny comes on board to represent the importance of music education and saving the music. He first developed his interest for music in the high school band program at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Maryland and often acknowledges former teacher Dr. Barbara Baker for setting him on his current path. Well versed in STEAM education, he is also father to 12-year old Kenny Lattimore Jr., who is the age of students STM?s work most impacts. Kenny has a new album, Anatomy of a Love Song (out now) with a busy summer tour schedule ahead.

Along with field and academia experts:


Rosemarie Truglio, Ph.D. SVP of Curriculum & Content, Sesame Workshop

Gabriella Musacchia, A.S., B.A., Ph.D., Research Scholar at Stanford and Rutgers Universities; Professor of Audiology at the University of the Pacific; President of BabyRhythms? music program for infants and toddlers

Kim Richards, Co-Founder and Director, STEAMConnect

Miguel Centeno, Managing Director, Community Relations & Urban Marketing, Aetna, Inc.


WHAT:                 VH1 Save The Music Foundation is announcing its first-ever Keynote Assembly, which will be a town hall discussion on STEM vs. STEAM education held at the Paley Center in New York City on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 7:00pm ET. The event will be livestreamed for parents, educators and community leaders across the country at

Panelists from the worlds of education, the arts, policy, business, tech and media will share best practices, personal stories, scientific study, tools and ideas on STEAM education. Viewers can join the discussion on social media using #STEAMAssembly. The objective of this panel is to bring widespread awareness to STEAM and the fact that every child can learn and succeed through the Arts across all subject areas. With continued input from the panelists, VH1 Save The Music Foundation will compile a STEAM toolkit with recommendations and key findings for parents, educators and lawmakers to raise awareness of STEAM and foster nationwide growth in the movement. This report will be available in Fall 2015.

People are invited to attend the event in New York City, watch via livestream and join the conversation using #STEAMAssembly @VH1SaveTheMusic, and/or donate to VH1 Save The Music to make an impact on this movement.

WHEN:                 Thursday, May 7, 2015

7:00PM ET


WHERE:               The Paley Center for Media

25 West 52 Street

New York, New York


WHY:                    STEAM is an innovative movement for a well-rounded education that includes Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics. The addition of "Arts" into the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) equation is imperative; studies have consistently shown the direct correlation between music education and greater academic performance, improved cognitive development, math and reading skills, sense of community, self-expression and self-esteem. The arts play a vital role in student?s development and serve as a long-term skill throughout school, careers and life.


The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is committed to ensuring that music instruction is a core component to a complete education that leads to student achievement and rich learning experiences.


Since its inception in 1997, VH1 STM has been dedicated to guaranteeing that the art of music is a part of the lives of children who wouldn't otherwise have access. Therefore, the organization believes that it is its responsibility to lead the charge by making sense of the multiple views of what the emerging concept of STEAM is and provide parents with the necessary tools to decide which aspects best fit their child's needs and goals.  By taking this position, it can help shape the way kids learn and think, both critically and creatively - impacting their role in society. #PassTheNote and get involved at join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @vh1savethemusic.



Sponsored by:                   NAMM Foundation and The Mizzy Jonas Family Foundation

Champion Circle:              B Productions, JetBlue Foundation and StubHub Foundation, a corporate advised fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation


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