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Meet ACT-cess, Australia’s new music community hub

18 May

ACT-cess is here! Australia’s Music Community Hub is where you can take advantage of many benefits and load up a profile for FREE. It is for musicians, song writers, music services, resource providers, acts of all description and more. If you want to make the most out of it WAM Members can upgrade to a PRO membership with 20% off!

ACT-cess is the product of many people identifying the need to improve communication, accessibility, autonomy and have a more unified Australia wide music community platform. A group of 60 music community pioneers from each of Australia’s states and territories have put their energy into helping bring the wider music communities’ ideas to life. It is the place where you can explore links and connect with people and resources. The ACT-cess hub is where you can build your own database of consented contacts and have it kept current.

The web developer and social media marketing specialist “Sociolus” has done an amazing job listening to the many suggestions that have been compiled over numerous years and constructing the site with their “can do” attitude. In essence, ACT-cess is growing and being built by those involved in the Australian music community.

When you scroll down from the website’s home page, you will find an area to search for members, news items which will expand over time, plus some helpful links and testimonials. The site also incorporates an event page and an act availability calendar.

WAM Members Discount:

People of Australia’s music community are encouraged to register a free ACT-cess membership and load up a free profile to start taking advantage of the many benefits. They can also upgrade to a PRO member by using this 20% off discount code EF752D0348 valid until the end of the month (exclusive to WAM).

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Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts Australian Government

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.