NSW - Meet the Locals Hip-Hop

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107 (107 Redfern Street, Redfern 2016) 
Tues 26 Nov
6pm-8:30pm

Ready to get serious about your musical goals? We're here to help.

Meet the Locals is coming back to Sydney, and this session is all about hip-hop. Get to know the local hip-hop scene - the songwriters, players, creative services and entrepreneurs who work in the genre.

After a short APRA AMCOS 101 session, attendees will hear from industry reps who can help with the next steps in your career, featuring:

The event is free and open to all APRA AMCOS members, as well as songwriters who want to find out more about joining. APRA AMCOS reps will also be on hand to answer any of your membership queries.

Note: This venue is accessible. If you have any accessibility requirements, please contact writer@apra.com.au or speak to a Writer Services Rep on 1800 642 634.


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Only individuals and groups may apply to this category. You must be a practising artist or arts worker and an Australian citizen or an Australian permanent resident. 

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