BEMAC Creative Booster Pack
ROUND ONE OF APPLICATIONS HAS BEEN EXHAUSTED DUE TO HIGH DEMAND
Our current funds have been exhausted, however if you’re still looking for ways to fund a new creative project and you live in Logan or Ipswich, you can leave us your details and one of our Creative Facilitators will be in touch to offer support and ideas to develop your project and source funds. Contact us on email@example.com . Keep an eye out on the BEMAC Facebook page for the next round of funding – coming soon!
Meet our Creative Facilitators
BEMAC has engaged some local artistic legends to support you! Whether you want to seek further funding, could do with some creative introductions or even just for a friendly ear to bounce ideas off, our Creative Facilitators are here to help.
Ali helps artists promote their work, make an impact and earn more from sales and commissions. She’s a passionate, knowledgeable and honest advocate of the arts, who supports her clients to achieve success on their creative journey. She regularly works with arts organisations and local council to promote and educate local artists, and engage them in events to give them every opportunity to build their profile within the community and as a fellow creative, she understands the challenges artists face when building their business. She has the tools, experience and know-how to help artists be more profitable, so they can keep doing what they love.
Alyssa has developed a strong connection with local SE-Qld music in roles as Music Publicist, Radio Producer, Musician and Technical Crew Member. In 2018, Alyssa founded Yeah Sweet PR – an independent Music PR business based in Logan – and as Owner/Manager and Music Publicist through Yeah Sweet PR, she works with musicians to organise and manage tailored PR campaigns, helps bands prepare for releases and tours, and assists with general band development and additional festival/booking liaison. Alyssa has been involved with the Logan Live Music Month project across 2019 and 2020, and is currently a Logan RADF committee member.
EJ is a producer, director, videographer, editor and writer. He has produced, directed and written documentaries for broadcast and has performed the role of Video Journalist. EJ currently owns and operates JETZAK PTY LTD, which produces media content and campaigns for community organisations. He is a Darumbal man from the coastal lands of Central Qld and his mother is from the Wulli Wulli people of the Burnett region. EJ Garrett is a multi skilled individual with experience covering community engagement, media and communication. He has shown repeatedly his durability and flexibility by performing many roles within his professional career.
Nina has been active within the Ipswich art community for many years as a sculptor, songwriter and vocalist. She also has a fine art education and has taught workshops within the community. For the past 5 years she has curated live original music and art performances consisting of over 400 original acts and has participated in many contemporary art exhibitions and curated exhibitions in her co-owned local art space and bar. Nina, is dedicated to creating and supporting art culture in Ipswich.
Our Creative Facilitators will support you and share their creative skills and expertise to bring your project to life. Contact us today