A new Professional Development Series is coming to Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney in October;
Adelaide, Perth and Darwin in November.

In response to the tremendous amount of applications and interest in the inaugural Female Mentoring program, we wanted to provide more 'IRL' resources for women and non-binary members who are looking for creative and business skills to support them in their professional pursuits. Where to begin? We'll be addressing the inner critic head on with Next Act Coaching's Professional Coach Viv Fantin.

Do you have an inner critic ruining your life? You know, that voice in your head that can make you feel like an imposter or turn you into a perfectionist. Or it makes you procrastinate and stops you from pushing forward with goals and big ideas.

How can you shake off that pesky inner critic?

Let's unpack it all with Coach Viv, who will deliver her interactive presentation Tune Out Your Inner Critic for APRA AMCOS members in events in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin, Adelaide and Perth.

You might know Coach Viv through her very popular blog series for our website, her inspiring presentation at this year's BIGSOUND, as well as her legendary music and event publicity work

Over the course of a couple of hours, Coach Viv will address in her interactive presentation:

  • how the inner critic can seek to undermine and silence us
  • how it stops us taking risks because we fear failure
  • how to help you identify, manage and choose your response to the the inner critic's noise

We'll have time for networking and questions before wrapping for the night.

To find out more, contact writer@apra.com.au. Invites to come soon!

Event dates, doors at 5:30pm for 6pm start.

Mon 29 Oct
Brisbane 
APRA AMCOS - QLD
3 Winn Street, Fortitude Valley
5:30pm-8pm

Tues 30 Oct
Melbourne
APRA AMCOS - VIC
3-5 Sanders Place, Richmond
5:30pm-8pm

Weds 31 Oct
Sydney
APRA AMCOS - NSW
16 Mountain St, Ultimo
5:30pm-8pm

Mid-late November dates to be confirmed shortly for Darwin, Adelaide, Perth.


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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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Oct

24

Creative Koori aims to support and further develop NSW Aboriginal arts and culture. It works to meet the directions of the NSW Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Strategy (Stage Two: Connection, Culture, Pathways) through a focus on market development, careers, government and industry partnerships. Applicants should read the strategy before applying.

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Oct

25

Be in the audience at Northcote Town Hall as esteemed judges Sal Kimber, Charles Jenkins and Monica Weightman decide on who will take out this year’s amazing prize package including $2000 cash, studio time and heaps more.

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Oct

25

The music industry can be tricky to navigate without an understanding of copyright. Whether you work in artist relations, royalties, or as a songwriter or musician, copyright is essential for you! 

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Oct

26

The Commission promotes innovation and excellence in jazz composition, and is open to Victorian jazz composers under the age of 36. The Commission will award $10,000 for the creation and presentation of a new work to be broadcast on PBS and premiered at the 2019 Melbourne International Jazz Festival (MIJF).

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