QMusic, Queensland's music industry development organisation, goes into overdrive this week with QMUSIC CONNECT: The Masterclass Series offering free live masterclasses featuring industry leaders and professionals from this Thursday 30 April at 5.30pm (AEST).
AMP’s Tomorrow Fund is once again offering $1 million in grants to amazing Australians doing great things – including musicians and music champions.
Now in its sixth year, this AMP Foundation grants program is open to individuals of all ages, walks of life and abilities. In 2018, it awardedto diverse Australians who shared a desire to give back – be it through creating something special or inspiring others.
AMP is seeking more talented and innovative Australians who are working hard on a project or passion but just need a financial boost to take it to the next level.
Grants of between $10,000 to $100,000 can cover a range of activities, including recording, training, travel and equipment costs, living expenses, rent and research.
Applications are open now and will close at 4pm (AEST) on Monday 27 May 2019.
QMusic talks to Futuremag Music founder and editor Luke Byatt on starting a music publication built on Queensland’s writing and photography talent.
QMusic caught up with Luke Byatt who launched independent publication Futuremag Music in 2016 and who has grounded his roots in Australia’s media landscape as a niche tastemaker.
QMusic, Queensland’s music industry development association and producer of BIGSOUND and the Queensland Music Awards, has launched a series of free online workshops and masterclasses called QMUSIC CONNECT.
QMusic, a not-for-profit organisation, can complement the fiscal packages offered by state and federal governments by offering our services, programs and initiatives online. We are here to listen, advocate and be your support.
Australia’s live performance industry needs an assurance from the Federal Government it will be included in the next economic stimulus package. This is urgently required to prevent a complete and permanent industry shutdown, costing thousands of jobs and forcing the closure of performing arts and commercial companies and venues for good.