AUSTIN-BORN INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITING COLLABORATIVE THE HOUSE OF SONGS ANNOUNCES NEW NONPROFIT STATUS
The House of Songs also announces partnership with arts facilities developer Artspace, new program with All ATX and events to take place in Northwest Arkansas
(AUSTIN, TEXAS – Oct. 2, 2018; source: Juice Consulting) – The international music collaborative The House of Songs announces its new status as a global nonprofit as well as upcoming events and programs in Austin, Texas and Northwest Arkansas. The House of Songs founder and renowned musician Troy Campbell established the collaborative in 2009 as a songwriter exchange that draws artists from diverse cultural backgrounds to collaborate, form friendships and join a network that helps them share music worldwide. In 2017, Campbell applied to have The House of Songs become a nonprofit, and a year later in spring of 2018, the organization was approved to become a 501c3. As a nonprofit, The House of Songs seeks to foster mutually beneficial relationships and a greater understanding of diverse cultures and common humanity with the act of sharing music.
“I’m excited to announce that The House of Songs, after nine years of successfully pairing artists for collaborations, has become a nonprofit with a new global vision and partners,” Campbell said. “We have opened a new location in Northwest Arkansas with the support of the Walton Family Foundation after 18 months of research in the area. The House of Songs is broadening its work with outstanding artists from Egypt, Pakistan, Greenland, First Nation and many more. This will lead to new understanding and shared works around the world.”