Australian LGBTI Awards 2018 - Nominations Now Open!

Nominations are now open for the 2018 Australian LGBTI Awards! Back again after a more than successful inaugural event this year, the awards are a celebration of Australian diversity aiming to showcase individuals and organisations (corporate and celebrity role models) who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to the LGBTI community.

This year they are back bigger and better, adding an exciting new public category titled the 'Music Artist Award' (sponsored by The Star) inviting LGBTI musicians, and musicians who have been strong supporters of the LGBTI community to enter. 

The 2017 Awards earlier this year were a massive success, attracting over 1400 nominations in 14 categories and raising $130,000 for charity. 

HOW TO ENTER: 

If you know someone worthy of this exciting award, nominate them by clicking here and entering their name in the appropriate category, along with your name and email.

DATES TO NOTE:

~ First round nominations close September 10
~ Most popular nominees shortlist announced October 5
~ Final voting closes December 31
~ Winners announced March 2 at gala awards dinner at The Star, in Sydney next year


Event Calendar

Feb

25

The Music Industry Pathways program offers the opportunity for young and/or emerging performers and industry practitioners to be teamed up with an established music industry professional to gain advice, get hands-on training and experience, and learn more about the career opportunities that exist within the industry.

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Feb

25

A mentoring program for women, trans and non-binary people who are interested in a career in the audio and technical industries.

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Feb

26

This seminar brings the arts community together to have this conversation in an interactive manner, offering everyone a voice and role in finding solutions for a collective way forward. Various arts leaders will discuss a range of perspectives and stories, with calls to action and a focus on what future change can we create in 2018 to make the arts sector in Australia a safer, fairer place.

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Feb

26

A workshop with musician and counsellor Deborah Hart exploring the thoughts, feelings and memories that have stopped you singing.

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Feb

26

Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) is calling for applications from artists and scientists for their prestigious Synapse Residency program, which supports creative research collaborations between more than 100 artists and scientists.

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