BEMAC artist Sunday Luate-Wani, aka LUATÈ is building upon high profile shows, gaining industry support and preparing to release her next recording.

Stepping through a number of BEMAC programs including the QUBE Effect Program, which BEMAC managed for the past two years for Brisbane City Council. Since winning the Dew Process Innovation Award, LUATÈ continues to undertake a public relations and marketing support process from one of Brisbane’s highest profile music industry companies.

The QUBE program followed a feature in BEMAC’s powerful Outside In docu-series and a BEMAC supported inclusion in the Sydney Sacred Music Festival.

BEMAC is supporting LUATÈ to appear at the up-coming launch of the Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct on 30 April.

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