NEWS 28 SEPTEMBER 2017

Nightlife Music named in AFR Top 50 Most Innovative Companies

QMusic congratulates Queensland business, Nightlife Music, named as one of the Top 50 Most Innovative Companies in Australia & New Zealand by The Australian Financial Reviewthe only music company to receive this honour in the awards’ history. The AFR gong comes only weeks after the organisation announced their plan for global expansion, in part as a result of their recent partnership with electronics giant AOPEN.

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Call Out for Musos To Share Their Stories

Griffith University’s Making Music Work program is putting the call out to musicians from all around the country to share their experiences via an online survey, with the aim of developing strategies to support the music industry.

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OPPORTUNITIES

The UNIFIED Grant - LAST CHANCE!

Now in its second year, The UNIFIED Grant awards five creatives with $5,000 each for their efforts and innovations within their respective fields. If you're a creative working within the music industry you'd better apply soon, applications close on September 30, 2017!

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Indigenous Music Camp Call Out

Bleach* Festival are offering an exciting opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musicians to take part in By the Beach, a new initiative of Bleached Arts supported by Arts Queensland.

By the Beach is a 5-day music residency program including workshops, composition, songwriting, mentorship, industry presentations and skills development under the guidance of the lead creative team.

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Play at Earth Frequency Festival

Only a few days remain for music applications for Earth Frequency Festival 2018, with music applications closing on September 30th!

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Festivals Australia - Regional Funding Round Now Open

Creatives living in Regional QLD are invited to apply for funding from Festivals Australia to create arts projects that that invite community participation and audience engagement. Applications are now open for projects commencing after 1 February 2018.

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QASP Funding Applications Open

Applications are open for funding from the Queensland Arts Showcase Program (QASP). The program provides funding to support individuals, organisations or collectives to deliver vibrant and accessible arts and cultural experiences for Queensland.

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Last Chance! - Australia Council Grants

Arts funding is currently available through Australia Council for the Arts. Grants exist for regional touringdeveloping new worksartists projects and leadership development; with some grants open to individuals and organisations. Find out if you, your band, your project or organisation are eligible for the current round of funding.

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QLD ACHIEVING ARTISTS

QLD Artist Snags Win in Worldwide Music Comp

Dalby singer-songwriter El Cosgrove has taken out first place in the Folk/Singer-Songwriter category of the Unsigned Only awards.

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NETWORKING

QUT Music Biz Forum

If you love live music, delicious pizza and, most importantly, want tips on how to succeed in the music industry, QUT is hosting your dream event! The Music Biz Forum is a workshop and networking event featuring keynotes from BIGSOUND Executive Programmer Maggie Collins and Brisbane indie poster boy Jeremy Neale.

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