BEMAC presents EMERGE – THRIVE
13 Jun - 15 Jun 2018 | Wednesday
BEMAC presents THRIVE, a free mentoring program for young, emerging Indigenous Australian singer-songwriters in South East Queensland.
THRIVE is part of BEMAC’s Emerge program, which launched in 2017, teeing up established artists with contemporary and emerging musicians to share networks, gain skills and confidence in performance and song-writing, and connect with like-minded performers and arts workers.
The THRIVE program will see established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, Emily Wurramara, Sue Ray and Kahl Wallis, working with young singer-songwriters to cover areas like; gaining confidence in performing to a large crowd, stagemanship, creating new work, understanding the music industry and navigating it as a First Nations artist.
The 2-day program will end in a live performance showcase at the Queensland Multicultural Centre taking place on the evening of Friday June 15, including special performances by Emily Wurramara, Sue Ray and Kahl Wallis.
Workshops: June 13 & 15 from 2pm
Performance: June 15 from 6pm
Queensland Multicultural Centre – 102 Main Street, Kangaroo Point
Participation is FREE, but registration is essential as spaces are limited.
If you are an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artist under the age of 21 and would like to take part in this fantastic mentorship opportunity, free of charge, please get in contact with BEMAC on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 3391 4433 or fill in the online EOI form HERE or download a copy BEMAC Thrive EOI
|Dates:||Wednesday 13 June - Friday 15 June|
|Address:||102 Main Street, Kangaroo Point|