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Music Victoria will once again host the Leaps and Bounds Industry Day at Music Market in Collingwood Yards. The event will be an opportunity for City of Yarra venues and their teams to network, as well as learn about the current developments within the Victorian music industry. The day includes sessions presented by VMDO, The Archie Roach Foundation, Arts Access Victoria and Green Music Australia.

Speakers on the day include:

Simone Schnikel (CEO, Music Victoria)

AJ Li (VMDO, Manager)

Kiwat Kennell (Musician, The Archie Roach Foundation)

Candice Lorrae (Musician, The Merindas; The Archie Roach Foundation)

Morwenna Collett (Accessibility Consultant)

Siobhan McGinnity (Musician and Audiologist)

Will Ewing (Venue Director, Brunswick Ballroom)

Matt Wicking (Artist, Activist)

Jess Ribeiro (Musician)

Access

If you have any access requirements please email info@musicvictoria.com.au

Demographics & Identity questions

For more information about our demographics and identity questions in the registration process, please head to: musicvictoria.com.au/demographics-and-identity

Music Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, on whose unceded land we advocate, support and celebrate on. We pay our deep respects to Elders past and present, and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and communities. We acknowledge them as the first artists, the first musicians, and the first creators of culture. We deeply respect the role that music and songlines play in the continuation of their culture for the past 60,000+ years.

Music Victoria is proud to announce Back in the Game - a professional development series taking place in June at Music Market in Collingwood Yards.

Getting Plays will close out the Back in the Game series on Thursday 29 June and will focus on streaming and radio and how-to put your best foot forward when it comes to maximising your listenership.

Appearing at the session will be:

Tanya Bunter (triple J)
Sam Cummins (3RRR)
John Halstead (DITTO)

Access

If you have any access requirements please email info@musicvictoria.com.au

Demographics & Identity questions

For more information about our demographics and identity questions in the registration process, please head to: musicvictoria.com.au/demographics-and-identity

Music Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, on whose unceded land we advocate, support and celebrate on. We pay our deep respects to Elders past and present, and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and communities. We acknowledge them as the first artists, the first musicians, and the first creators of culture. We deeply respect the role that music and songlines play in the continuation of their culture for the past 60,000+ years.

Music Victoria is proud to announce Back in the Game - a professional development series taking place in June at Music Market in Collingwood Yards.

Getting Noticed on Tuesday 20 June will focus on the best approaches for marketing and social media curation, covering the importance of quality content and fan engagement.

Appearing at our Getting Noticed session will be:

Danysha Harriott (Brunswick Ballroom)
Ashlea O'Loughlan (Social Season)
Sarah Guppy (This Much Talent, Gig Life Pro)
Mikaela Copland (Music Victoria, Tall Poppy Mgmt)

Access

If you have any access requirements please email info@musicvictoria.com.au

Demographics & Identity questions

For more information about our demographics and identity questions in the registration process, please head to: musicvictoria.com.au/demographics-and-identity

Music Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, on whose unceded land we advocate, support and celebrate on. We pay our deep respects to Elders past and present, and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and communities. We acknowledge them as the first artists, the first musicians, and the first creators of culture. We deeply respect the role that music and songlines play in the continuation of their culture for the past 60,000+ years.

Music Victoria is proud to announce Back in the Game - a professional development series taking place in June at Music Market in Collingwood Yards.

Getting Gigs on Tuesday 14 June will be an opportunity to hear from some of Victoria's most exciting curators and their unique approach to organizing lineups.

Appearing at the session will be:

 

Juliette Lalli (Venue Booker/Live Music Curator)
Clare Douglas (Sofar Sounds)
Vaughan Quinn (Festival Booker, Triple R Presenter)
Holly Pereira (Music Victoria)

Access

If you have any access requirements please email info@musicvictoria.com.au

Demographics & Identity questions

For more information about our demographics and identity questions in the registration process, please head to: musicvictoria.com.au/demographics-and-identity

Music Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, on whose unceded land we advocate, support and celebrate on. We pay our deep respects to Elders past and present, and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and communities. We acknowledge them as the first artists, the first musicians, and the first creators of culture. We deeply respect the role that music and songlines play in the continuation of their culture for the past 60,000+ years.

Music Victoria is proud to announce Back in the Game - a professional development series taking place in June at Music Market in Collingwood Yards.

Getting Organised will kick the series off on Tuesday 6 June and will cover the fundamentals of getting yourself set up as a viable music business.

Appearing at the session will be:

Glenn Bennie (APRA AMCOS)
Charlie Woods (Self-Managed Musician)
Moira McKenzie (Moira McKenzie Legal)
Danielle Siers (Music Victoria

Access

If you have any access requirements please email info@musicvictoria.com.au

Demographics & Identity questions

For more information about our demographics and identity questions in the registration process, please head to: musicvictoria.com.au/demographics-and-identity

Music Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, on whose unceded land we advocate, support and celebrate on. We pay our deep respects to Elders past and present, and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and communities. We acknowledge them as the first artists, the first musicians, and the first creators of culture. We deeply respect the role that music and songlines play in the continuation of their culture for the past 60,000+ years.

This free information session is a chance for Central Victoria-based musicians, music sector workers and other creatives to learn more about the Australia Council’s grants program. Over the course of an hour, staff from the Australia Council’s Artists Services team will provide an overview of:

 

This information session will be held on Zoom. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during the event via the chat function.

The session is being held ahead of the Australia Council's next funding deadline, which is Tuesday 7 September.

This event is presented by the Regional Music Development Program (Mount Alexander Shire, Victoria), which is funded by Creative Victoria and delivered in partnership with Music Victoria and Regional Arts Victoria.

KEY INFORMATION

When: 1pm to 2pm on Thursday 19 August

Where: Online! This event will be held via Zoom. You will be able to access the link on the online events page after you have registered.

Cost: This workshop is free but registration via Eventbrite is essential to access the link.

Secure your spot here.

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