As 2011 draws to a close it’s that time of the year where Q Music, along with many of you, takes stock of the year that was. And what a year it has been!!
Arts Minister Simon Crean has announced funding for a project that will test new and innovative business models for supporting creative enterprises.
This is an excellent opportunity to work with a strongly supportive Board and contribute to the ongoing development of a sustainable and vibrant music scene in WA.
Twelve artists from around the country will share nearly $2 million in the first allocation of grants by the Sidney Myer Fund. The best-known is jazz singer Katie Noonan from Queensland.
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