Applications for AIR’s Women In Music Mentor Program are now open to women, women-identifying and non-binary individuals.
The Women in Music Mentor program is a nation-wide mentoring and training program aimed at empowering women in the Australian music industry.
Since its inception in 2020, the program has helped connect and guide women, women-identifying and non-binary participants working in or aspiring to work in creative (solo artists, band members, songwriters), technical (engineers, producers, etc.) and/or business roles (managers, promoters, record labels, etc.) within the Australian music industry.
Apply now here
Att. Designers and Creatives: Be sure to introduce yourself / say hi to Partner and creative industries maven, Yasmin Naghavi, at this year’s The Design Conference. She’ll be co-hosting the stage this Friday with Josephmark’s big thinker and all-round legend, Ben Johnston, and will otherwise be hanging around to enjoy the excellent speaker lineup (and slightly better than Melbourne weather). Check out The Design Conference Facebook Page here.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the day the High Court of Australia handed down its landmark decision of overturning “terra nullius” and recognising native title in the Mabo case. Now, the 3rd of June is also known as Mabo Day and is the final day of Reconciliation Week. Mabo Day commemorates this historic moment in Australian and First Nation’s history and recognises the achievements of Eddie Koiki Mabo, a First Nations land rights activist and Torres Strait Island man. You can read more about it here.
A defamation lawyers insight: Amanda Mason of Media Arts Lawyers weighs in on the ongoing defamation trial centred on Hollywood actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard and how it could change the way defamation claims involving US defendants are viewed in Australia. For more information, visit here.
Congratulations to the incredible Troy Cassar-Daley. Troy has taken out the awards for both Male Artist of the Year and Top Selling Album of the year at the Golden Guitar Awards 2022 and now holds the record number of wins at the Awards at an amazing 40!!
You can read all about it here.
We are on the hunt for an experienced Film-Television Production / Commercial Solicitor to join either our Melbourne or Sydney office.
This is an exciting role for a high performing, innovative and driven individual who is looking to work with the best in Australia’s entertainment industry.
If you know someone who should apply, you can visit the full job ad here
Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees of the 2022 Queensland Music Awards. Also, a special shout-out to our award winning clients (in no particular order)-
Soul/Funk/RNB Award: Lucian Blomkamp for his work on Miiesha’s Made for Silence
Folk Award & Pop Award: Aidan Hogg for his work on Asha Jefferies’ Crybaby
Indigenous Award: Jem Cassar-Daley Music for Letting Go
Highest Selling Album: Amy Shark for Cry Forever
Youth (Ages 10-17) Award: Paulina for Parasite
Album of the Year: The Jungle Giants for Love Signs