MACKAY

WHERE:
Mackay Regional Council, Sir Albert Abbott Administration Building (73 Gordon Street)

WHEN: Tuesday 2 May, 6pm for 6:15pm start 

RSVP: qld@apra.com.au


TOWNSVILLE

WHERE:
Reid Park Pit Complex (55 - 95 Boundary Street, Railway Estate)

WHEN: Wednesday 3 May, 6pm for 6:15pm start 

RSVP: qld@apra.com.au


CAIRNS

WHERE:
CQUniversity (cnr Shields Street and Abbott Street)

WHEN: Thursday 4 May, 6pm for 6:15pm start 

RSVP: qld@apra.com.au


Why attend?

You'll learn about BIGSOUND and the Queensland Music Awards from QMusic's Trina Massey; find out how to run an independent label and release music with Joe Alexander from Bedroom Suck Records (Scott & Charlene’s Wedding, Blank Realm); and get the scoop on how to make the most of your APRA AMCOS membership with our very own Andrew Tuttle.

Need some one-on-one advice?

Andrew is available for free 15 minute consultations with our members before the session. Just mention that you'd like a consultation when you RSVP.

You can also catch us at QMusic’s Industry Connect Cairns event at Tanks Arts Centre on Friday 5 May if you're heading along.

So come along, meet your fellow songwriters and get a handle on the industry so you can get back to the important business of making music!


Event Calendar

Oct

19

During Mental Health Awareness month Rave Reviewz is launching MUSIC ON MY MIND - a music and mental health campaign with the aim of raising funds and awareness of mental health issues in the public AND music community.

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Oct

19

A keynote address from local Darebin legend Jen Cloher will be followed by a series of open round table chats with some of Melbourne’s most illustrious music makers.

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Oct

19

A biennial feature on the Newcastle music calendar, The Newkulele Festival offers a fantastic weekend celebrating the sounds of the ukulele. This unique event is open to all the family and suitable for any age group, and has a special appeal for music lovers.

The Festival features international acts and players from across Australia covering a wide range of music styles and accompanying instruments. Come along for two days and nights to feast on the diversity of sounds created around the beautiful, humble ukulele. The festival offers three stages of FREE music, markets, open mic opportunities, a cafe and bar, as well as showcasing two fabulous ticketed evening concerts, and workshops -  all inside Newcastle City Hall.
 

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Oct

20

Take your video game composition career to the next level at the one day event.

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Oct

22

The Access Arts Achievement Award provides up to $10,000 in funding for Queensland artists, arts workers and producers with disability working in any art form to create, develop, present, produce, exhibit and/or tour their work.

This is the fifth and final year (2018) of the $10,000 Award. The Award is made possible by a generous donation from Access Arts Life Member, singer-song-writer Peter Vance.
Projects may start from 1 January 2019 and must be completed within 12 months or an alternative timeline approved by Access Arts.
Applications will be assessed based on the project’s artistic and/or cultural merit and innovation, opportunity for professional development and project viability.

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