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9 May

More music related jobs, funding deadlines and competitions for acts and music industry peeps to get ahead, including from SAE, Vanda and Young, The Banff  Centre, Fringe World Festival, APRA AMCOS, AudioflyHeadphones, AMP Australia,, MusicNT, The Big Splash Comp and more!

VANDA AND YOUNG SONGWRITING COMPETITION
Songwriters around the world are invited to enter the 2016 Vanda and Young Songwriting Competition. This is a great opportunity for songwriters, with $65, 000 worth in prizes to be awarded. First prize receiving $50, 000.
More info here.

BANFF INDIGENOUS MUSIC RESIDENCY
Applications are now open for the Banff Indigenous Music Residency, Re(Claim) 2016. An innovative experimental music program, the Re(Claim) Residency offers a space in which Indigenous artists ‘reclaim’ the era of silent films with music made about Indigenous peoples globally.
More info here.

EXCLUSIVE WEBINARS FROM MUSIC BUSINESS FACTS
– Four Hundred Acres Studios

Interested in starting a recording studio, or you’re about to enter the studio. Then check out the following interview with the guys from
Four Hundred Acres Studio. Watch here:
- Sarah Hamilton
Sarah Hamilton (Ditto Music) is a super smart online digital marketer. Sarah’s lecture offers insight in to how to successfully market your music online. Watch here:

SOCIAL MEDIA AND PROMOTING WORKSHOP
Deadline are back with Tuesday Talks, this time focusing on Social Media and Promoting Work For Creatives.  With three speakers on the night providing insightful  knowledge, how to better your social media skills. Entry by donation.
More Info here.

FAST TRACK TALENT SHOWCASE
Applications are still open for Fast Track Talent Showcase – Kalgoorlie-Boulder.  First prize to be awarded $1,500. All talents and ages of music acts (and beyond) from the Kalgoorlie region and surrounds to apply.
More info here:

BOYUP BROOK COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL 2017
Expression of interests are open for country musicians to play the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival 2017. Applications for the 2017 West Australian Country Music Awards are also open.

More info here:

PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED BUT STILL OPEN

APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR 2017 NANNUP FESTIVAL
Artists of all kinds are invited to apply to perform at the 2017 Nannup Festival in March. This is a great opportunity to share your music at a festival with a chilled vibe and happy, music loving crowd.

More info here.

AMP’S TOMORROW FUND
Once again AMP are offering $1 million in grants to amazing Australians doing great things – including musicians and other artists. Now in its third year, this unique grants program is open to individuals of all ages, walks of life, interests and abilities. So far they’ve supported 89 individuals, including an opera singer, songwriters and a piano prodigy.

More info here.

APRA FESTIVAL LINKS
Festivals are a great opportunity to play to new audiences, but landing a coveted spot requires some serious planning and research – performer applications can open as early as a year in advance. Thanks to APRA’s How to: Get programmed on a festival page, you can find out some hot tips and check out upcoming festivals worth applying for.

More info here.

FREMANTLE FESTIVAL 2016 – ARTIST FUNDING
In 2016, the Fremantle Festival continues to provide funding for community organisations and artists wishing to present projects at any time of the year in Fremantle through their Community Development funding program.

More info here.

SEARCH IS ON FOR THE 2016 BUSH BANDS
The biggest celebration of Indigenous music in Central Australia is calling for applications to perform in front of thousands at the 14th annual Bush Bands Bash concert and gain invaluable skills and mentoring at the three-day Bush Bands Business skills development camp in Alice Springs in August.
More info here.

FRINGE WORLD OPPORTUNITIES
Now one of the biggest fringe festivals on the planet, Fringe World Festival are looking for a number of roles to fill for next year’s fest, including: Box Office Manager, Partnerships Manager and Technical Manager.
More info here.

AUDIOFLY + WAM = DISCOUNTS!
Audiofly headphones and in-ear monitors are created from the inspiration of a nostalgic love of music and gear that are made to please musicians and music listeners alike. Based in Perth, they have deep roots in the local music scene including supporting the likes of Slumberjack, Crooked Colours and Lilt. Audiofly has partnered with WAM to offer you easy listening for the full month of April with 20% off Audiofly headphones and in-ear monitors in store at Kosmic!

More info here.

PIRATE88 TRACK OF THE YEAR
The Pirate88 2016 Track of the Year song contest is open! There are five categories to choose from, including Fremantle, Western Australia, Youth-Global, Australia, and the World.. Applications close 31 October.
More info here.

THE BIG SPLASH ENTRIES OPEN
Entries are now open for The Big Splash Comp. This will be the fourth year of The Big Splash Comp and $10,000 is up for grabs for the winning band – courtesy of Perth’s number one rock and roll philanthropist, Maria Floride. Entries close 20 May.
More info here.

DCA GRANTS PROGRAM
The new DCA Grants Program has just been announced, with changes now allowing for individuals, groups and arts organisations to apply for different types of funding in five categories including Creative Development, Commercial Development, Community Engagement, Aboriginal Arts, and Scholarship and Fellowships. DCA encourages all applicants to ensure their applications are in alignment with all criteria and to read all applicant resources.

More info here.

RADIO FREMANTLE SEEKING ARTISTS
Radio Fremantle are seeking out local music to play on their Fremantle Doctor show, which showcases local and upcoming music of all genres. To get your music played, just send a message to the Fremantle Doctor Facebook page here.

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.