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ANNOUNCEMENT: THE MUSIC FOR PIXELS SUMMER CHARITY CONCERT

m4p-summer-charity-concert2015-slide (3)May 6th 2015, WORLDWIDE: The Pixel Project, the virtual volunteer-led 501(c)3 non-profit working to end Violence Against Women (VAW) worldwide, will be presenting their first ever Music For Pixels Summer Charity Concert to kick off summer 2015. This concert is a live-streaming 12-hour positive music marathon on Google Hangout featuring 23 artists from 5 countries (Barbados, Canada, Sweden, the UK and the USA) saying NO to VAW with their music and helping raise funds for the cause.

The concert will run non-stop from 10am EST – 10pm EST on June 6th 2015 and will be divided into 6 two-hour sessions that will run consecutively. Each session will feature 4 artists performing a set of their songs and talking about why they support ending violence against women. Each artiste’s slot also includes a moderated Q&A session for artists’ fans and music lovers to ask them questions live.

The Music For Pixels concert is part of The Pixel Project’s Music For Pixels program in support of the Celebrity Male Role Model Pixel Reveal campaign. The Pixel Reveal campaign aims to raise US$1 million in aid of the U.S.’s National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and The Pixel Project by inspiring the global audience to collectively reveal a million-pixel collage of mystery Celebrity Male Role Model portraits online by donating US$1 per pixel. The distinguished line-up of mystery Celebrity Male Role Models includes a Nobel Laureate, a Pulitzer Prize Winner, and a superstar Environmentalist.

Participating artists have generously donated a range of exclusive musical goodies to encourage music fans to donate to the Pixel Reveal campaign including: 1-to-1 Skype concerts with artists, autographed CDs and EPs, and more. In addition, Grammy Award winner Colbie Caillat has donated an autographed ukulele that will be available as a thank you gift for one generous donor. Donations begin at as little as US$5 and the goodies are available to donors as “thank you” perks depending on the donation amount. Fundraising will take place throughout the month of June on Indiegogo in tandem with the concert .

Regina Yau, Founder and President of The Pixel Project, said: “This is the first time that a 12-hour charity concert has ever been held on Google Hangout with artists performing songs with themes including women’s empowerment, compassion, love, and courage. Through the music, and also the concert hashtag #GetNoisy, we hope that the concert will not only inspire legions of music fans to rise up and speak out against violence against women in their communities, but also take action in their communities and give generously to the Pixel Reveal campaign. We look forward to doing so with the support of our YouTube Music Ambassador, AHMIR; and our music partner, the Positive Music Association.”

Scott Johnson, Founder and Executive Director of the Positive Music Association (PMA) said: “Empowering women and treating them with kindness and respect is critical in creating healthy societies. What better way to raise awareness of this global issue than through the international language of music? The PMA is proud to be a part of The Pixel Project’s Music For Pixels Summer Marathon Concert.”

AHMIR, The Pixel Project’s long-time YouTube Ambassador who will be kicking off the concert with a special 45-minute performance and chat session, said: “This is really an exciting experience for us. To know that we are joining 22 other artists, both from the U.S. and abroad, to unite for a 12-hour concert that can be viewed anywhere in the world to support a message we feel so strongly about is awesome. This is how you make a difference.”

This year’s Music For Pixels artists performing at the concert are: AHMIR, Adam Web, Alexis Umathum, Bob Sima, Carolan Deacon, Cecilia St. King, Debbie Reifer, Eva Universe, Haley Blais, Hannah Wondmeneh, Harold Payne, Jake Roque, Jana Stanfield, Juliet Weybret, Katie Sky, Lauren Ruth Ward, L. Young, Mary Scholz, Miguel Dakota, Nathen Aswell, Olivia Thai, Rochelle Diamante, and ULRIKA.

 

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For information about the concert, please visit: http://is.gd/GetNoisy2015

For further queries about the concert, contact Regina Yau or Maria del Rio: info@thepixelproject.net

Pixel Project ThumbnailAbout The Pixel Project (www.thepixelproject.net)

The Pixel Project is a complete virtual, volunteer-led global 501(c)3 nonprofit organisation whose mission is to raise awareness, funds and volunteer power for the cause to end violence against women using the power of the internet and pop culture/the arts. Their flagship initiative is the Celebrity Male Role Model Pixel Reveal campaign which aims to turbo-charge global awareness about VAW using social media while raising US$1 million by getting a global audience to collectively unveil a million-pixel mystery collage of Celebrity Male Role Models at US$1 per pixel.

 

Music For Pixels ThumbnailAbout Music For Pixels (http://music4pixels.thepixelproject.net)

Music For Pixels, a campaign by The Pixel Project, is the first music-based social media campaign to exclusively collaborate with YouTube artists and rising stars speaking up to prevent and stop Violence Against Women through music video PSAs and online music events while raising funds for the cause via digital music downloads and music-driven crowdfunding campaigns

 

 

New PMA logoAbout the Positive Music Association (http://www.PositiveMusicAssociation.com)

The Positive Music Association is an international organisation dedicated to promoting Positive music and those who create it. Positive music is defined as lyric-based songs with universal, life-affirming messages. Positive music can inspire, heal, uplift, empower, energize, unite and enlighten. It is used to help create and awaken people to a more peaceful, sustainable and healthy world that works for everyone. Founded in 2003, the PMA has over 375 members in 12 countries. For more information, contact Scott@PositiveMusicAssociation.com.

 

About AHMIR (www.youtube.com/ahmirTV)  

AHMIR_YouTube_LogoFeatured on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Us Weekly, FUSE, and Billboard, AHMIR is the #1 Most Popular R&B Group on YouTube with over 75 million video views and comments by celebrities such as Ryan Seacrest, Ashton Kutcher, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, and more. Yahoo! listed them as the “Top 5 YouTube Cover Artists:  The Best Acts You Should Be Listening To Today.” The group has used their success to support several charity organizations including The Pixel Project, Lucy’s Love Bus, and the American Cancer Society. Their cover video of P!nk’s “Perfect” was named one of the top Anti-Bullying PSA’s by The Huffington Post. AHMIR is signed to Robbins Entertainment and have recently released their debut single entitled “WAR” to Top 40 radio nationwide.

Win A Chance To Hang Out Live on Google Hangouts with Award-winning Author, Jacqueline Carey

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The Pixel Project and Jacqueline Carey, the award-winning author of the “Kushiel’s Legacy” trilogy, are proud to present a virtual charity raffle to raise funds for The Pixel Project’s Celebrity Male Role Model Pixel Reveal campaign and to give ONE (1) lucky fan a chance to win:

  • An opportunity to join the Q&A segment of Jacqueline’s upcoming live Google Hangout Session to ask Jacqueline two (2) questions live over video.
  • An autographed hardcover copy of Jacqueline’s novel, Dark Currents. (Learn more about Dark Currents here and check out the first chapter here.)

The raffle will run from 12.00am EST Friday 14 March 2014 – 11.59pm EST Friday 21 March 2014.

The winner will be announced by Jacqueline on her Facebook page on Monday 23 March 2014.

The Google Hangout will be livestreamed at 8.30pm EST, 28 March 2014 via the following channels:

How To Enter in 3 Easy Steps:

Step 1:

Donate the minimum  of US$10 (or more if you wish) to reveal pixels on The Pixel Project’s Celebrity Male Role Model Pixel Reveal campaign.

You have a choice of 2 different pages where you can make this donation:

You will receive an automatic e-receipt from Razoo, the online donation processing provider for the campaign.

Step 2:

Forward this donation e-receipt to us at pixelprojectteam@gmail.com or info@thepixelproject.net with:

  • Your name and “Jacqueline Carey Google Hangout” in the email subject line. (For example: Jacqueline Carey Google Hangout – Jane Smith)
  • Your full name and Gmail email address in the email body.

All participants must do this because just donating does not mean you have automatically been entered into the raffle.

Step 3:

The Pixel Project team will put all participants’ names in a hat and pick out the winner’s name at random.

Once Jacqueline has announced the winner’s name on her Facebook page, The Pixel Project team will be in touch with the winner to make arrangements for the Google Hangout appearance and to collect his/her mailing address so Jacqueline will be able to mail the signed hardcover copy of Dark Currents to him/her.

Dark CurrentsTerms and Conditions of the Raffle:
  1. To make it a fair and truly random pick, each person can only enter ONCE.
  2. The forwarded donation e-receipt must reach The Pixel Project BEFORE 11.59PM EST Friday 21 March. Receipts that reach us after that time will not be entered into the raffle.
  3. It is the winner’s responsibility to ensure that they can attend the Google Hangout including having their own Google+/Gmail account, clearing their own schedule for it, and making sure that they have a good internet connection and a working webcam/mic. If the winner does not show up or cannot show up at the last minute, there will be no replacement prize.
  4. The winner will only be added to the call once the Q&A session has begun and can ask a maximum of 2 questions to be fair to everyone else who will be typing in their questions.
  5. The e-receipts are only tax-exempt in the United States as The Pixel Project is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit.

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