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Who Run The World Remixed

Who Run the World Remixed Announced for Perth Festival 2020

3 Dec

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We’re excited to once again be teaming up with Perth Festival to bring you another round of Who Run the World in 2020 – but this time with a twist! Introducing Who Run the World Remixed – a free masterclass in music production aimed at addressing gender inequality in music.

Young female and non-binary identifying musicians, producers and DJs aged 15 – 20 are invited to join local musicians, performers and producers for a series of masterclasses, discussions and performances. From creativity with loop pedals to preparing a studio for production, releasing your music to personal stories from musicians, this is an opportunity to get the low down from those who have paved the way.

The 2020 program features a slew of renowned WA musicians and Industry experts sharing their knowledge and skills in the area of music production, including Hyclass (Susan Tuilii), Jamilla (Emily Branson), Kate Branson (Goodtime Marmalade Publicity), Livia Carre (Artisan Music, WAM), Phoebe Avenue (Hi. Okay, Sorry), BEXX (Bec Price), Em Burrows (WAM, RTRFM, Group Therapy Records, Web Rumors, Girls Rock! WA) and WYN.

Participation in the program is free with the full program and application form available  HERE. Applications to attend close on Friday 10 January 2020.

EVENT DETAILS:

WHEN: 10am – 3pm, Saturday 22 February 2020

WHERE: SAE Institute, 116 – 120 Roe Street Northbridge

WHO CAN APPLY?

  • Be an aspiring musician, DJ or producer
  • Identify as female or non-binary
  • Be aged between 15 – 20 at the time of submitting your Expression of Interest
  • Live in Western Australia

COST: Free

HOW TO APPLY: Complete the application form HERE
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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.