New York City: Global Roadshow

We're heading to New York City! 

When: Thurs 20 June
Time: 11AM-3PM
Location: Energi, 815 Broadway, Ground Floor, NYC 10003
RSVP: by 18 June writer@apra.com.au

With so many of our members now residing in or regularly travelling through in the world's songwriting hubs, our member relations team are making a stop in the Big Apple to connect with and discuss the issues important to Australian and New Zealand songwriters and composers.

If you're going to be in New York on 20 June, we'd love for you to join us for a very special member event with Director of Member Relations Milly Petriella, and our two US-based reps: Lani Richmond (LA) and Mark Moffatt (Nashville).

We'll hear from Glenn Dickie and Dom Alessio from music export initiative Sounds Australia just ahead of THE AUSSIE BBQ debut at Central Park SummerStage on 22 June. And Jaxsta co-founder Jacqui Louez Schrool will talk about how the Australian start-up is bringing back liner notes in a revolutionary way.

SOUNDS AUSTRALIA: 
Glenn Dickie, Export Music Producer
Dom Alessio, Digital Export Producer

JAXSTA:
Jacqui Louez Schoorl, CEO, Co-Founder and Executive Director (GAICD)

A light lunch will be served, and we'll be treated to acoustic performances, and there will be ample time to catch up with your fellow Aussies and Kiwis in NYC.

RSVP now and let us know if you have any dietary requirements. 


Event Calendar

Jun

01

If you are an individual artist, arts worker or group of artists, a Career Development Grant can provide support to further develop your skills or improve your capacity to build an enduring career in the arts. Career Development grants are available from $5,000 to $25,000. These grants can support a broad range of activities such as skills and professional development, mentorships, showcases, residencies and other projects directly related to your career development. Supported activities must last no longer than two years from the proposed start date.

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Jun

01

The Arts Projects program funds a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public, including national and international audiences. Grants are available from $10,000 to $50,000. Supported activities must last no longer than three years from the proposed start date.
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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Jun

01

The Fanfare Competition is open to young people aged 12-21 years, to compose a 30 second composition and submit a score and recording online.

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Jun

02

Supports national touring activity undertaken by Australian musicians performing original contemporary music.

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Jun

02

Recognising the contribution of music teachers throughout Australia.

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