Roscoe Lee Owens
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Where are you located?
Pasadena
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Producer, Spoken Word Artist, Consultant, Promoter, Business Manager, Jazz Festival
Tell us a little about your background...
SUMMARY: Over 30 years experience in coordinating, marketing, consulting,
organizing, planning and implementing successful projects for businesses, organizations and municipalities.
L.A. Black Business Expo & Trade Show 2005 through 2008 “Art Mart” Managing Director also served as liaison with the 2005 Pan African Artist Market & Pan African Film Festival.

Los Angeles African Marketplace 2003 through 2008
Coordinator: various aspects of the Festival including consulting on guidelines for set-up for 100 vendors, workshops, seminars, coordinated with administrative staff. organized and coordinated the Artist exhibition.

Pan African Film & Art Festival: 1999, through 2008 Assistant Coordinator: Fine Art Festival including guidelines for set-up for 100 Artists, booth locations, workshops, seminars. Los Angeles Fire Department, Plaza Marketing Director, Security and staff.

Old Pasadena Summer Fest:
del Mano Productions: 1991-2005 Director: Cultural Community event “Family Fun Festival” a major segment of the Old Pasadena Summer Festival, including Pacific Asia, California African American and Southwest Museums with educational hands-on projects for youth.

Penny Lane 1999 – 2004
Therapeutic Behavioral Specialist:
How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
Linda Morgan and friends
What Instrument do you play?
Other
What is your website address? Only websites that pertain to your business and how you can be contacted.
http://www.jazzzone.net

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