VIC: Melbourne Writers Festival - Duets

For more than three decades, Melbourne Writers Festival has been bringing together the best writers, thinkers and performers from Australia and around the world to revel in the power of words to unite and inspire us.

In 2019, artistic director Marieke Hardy will again sprinkle her unique brand of magic party glitter over a jam-packed program of events. As well as bringing together the authors you adore, we’re pushing the boundaries of a traditional writers festival and creating more space for self-expression as we invite you to step outside your creative comfort zone.

Use the discount code ‘APRA10’ for 10% off all Duets events in the Melbourne Writers Festival program.

For more info: https://mwf.com.au/program/?mwf_series%5B%5D=32633&keyword=&action=mwf_event_filter


Event Calendar

Dec

09

Funding is available through the Contemporary Music Grant Program for South Australian based artists and representatives of artists that are composing and performing original music.
This program is delivered by the MUSIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE (MDO).
Round Three: Closing date 9 December 2019, for activity that commences after 1 March 2020.

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Dec

16

Valued at $100,000, the Generations Fellowship will connect emerging artists in the early stages of their career with established artists supporting intergenerational knowledge and experience within the music industry.

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Jan

04

Coaches will be mentoring attendees on stage presence, performance, song writing development, music business; covering topics that may include music publishing, music distribution to major platforms (Spotify, Apple Music etc), royalty collection and more.

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Jan

13

This five-day music retreat, hosted in Toowoomba, is built on a framework able to facilitate musicians regardless of their experience with tutors ready to guide you to that next level sound, and inspire you to create, collaborate and connect.

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Feb

01

The Arts Projects program funds a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public, including national and international audiences. Grants are available from $10,000 to $50,000. Supported activities must last no longer than three years from the proposed start date.
Only individuals and groups may apply to this category. You must be a practising artist or arts worker and an Australian citizen or an Australian permanent resident. 

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