NSW - Starting Ground Bathurst


You are invited to attend the Bathurst Starting Ground workshop at the BMEC. Aboriginal songwriters and musicians at any stage in their career who are looking to expand their skills, are encouraged to register. APRA AMCOS and Arts Out West are coordinating the event, in partnership with Create NSW.

The workshop runs for two days, 9am-5pm each day, and it's free. Members and non-members are welcome.

Coming along to Bathurst are songwriter/performers Leah Flanagan and Troy Jungaji Bradyproducer Liam Judson (Cloud Control, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever), and industry professionals with publicity, marketing and management expertise.

APRA AMCOS Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander National Representative Michael Hutchings will be onground to facilitate the sessions.

The sessions at Starting Ground will explore many facets of the industry:

  • Songwriting
  • Music production
  • Artist management
  • Booking gigs/performing
  • Touring
  • Copyright
  • Marketing and promotion

Artists who have been mentored at previous Starting Ground workshops include Loren-Jade Ryan, Athol Munro, Dylan Goolagong, Maddi Lyn, Sean Kinchela, Tom Avery and Tamah Williams.

If you want to take your music career further, we'd love to see you at Starting Ground! 

Event Info

28 Nov 2018 - 29 Nov 2018

28-29 November, 9am-5pm


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