Industry Connect Sunshine Coast

  
      

 

SUNSHINE COAST

 

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INDUSTRY CONNECT 2018

 

VENUE:
The Old Ambulance Station • 80 Howard Street, Nambour

 

YOU MUST BE REGISTERED TO ATTEND.

 

2017 WORKSHOPS:

 

SUN 30 JUL •  MEET YOUR MAKER
12.00pm  - 2.00pm
Speakers: Maggie Collins

This workshop prepares the uninitiated for making the most of attending or showcasing at events like BIGSOUND, or entering the Queensland Music Awards.

SAT 05 AUG • CLICK HERE
12.00pm - 2.00pm

Speakers: Vanessa Picken

Digital fan engagement is as important as putting on a great live show. Both start with knowing who your audience really is, and finding novel ways to connect with them, as well as influencers that might be able to give your brand an additional push. A Digital marketing expert will discuss different approaches to creating cost-effective digital content that cuts through the social media noise.

SAT 26 AUG • GETTING IT OUT THERE
12.00pm - 2.00pm
Speakers: Vivienne Mellish

Is it the end of the world if triple j won’t play your song? We explore the different avenues for getting your music out to a public audience.

SAT 23 SEP • I HEARD IT ON THE TELEVISION
12.00pm - 2.00pm
Speakers: Andrew Tuttle

Selling CDs from your merch table is a hard slog. There are other ways to make money from your recordings, like getting your songs on film, TV and videogames. This session will introduce participants to the world of sync, as well as incorporating basic information about royalties and APRA AMCOS.

SAT 07 OCT • BUILDING A TEAM VS DIY
12.00pm - 2.00pm
Speakers: Alex Henriksson & David Dean

Many early career artists think getting a manager, agent or publicist is going to solve all their problems. We explore some case studies to better understand the benefits and limits of the DIY approach, and how to go about attracting the interest of support people when the time is right.

SAT 28 OCT • WHY SHOULD I GIVE YOU MONEY?
12.00pm - 2.00pm
Speakers: TBA

So you know what you want to do, but you don’t have any money to get started. The competition for public arts funding is higher than ever before. What makes for a competitive grant submission or successful Kickstarter campaign?

 

 

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