Clancestry Pathways is a mentoring program that has been created to offer twelve early career Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander song writing artists and media interns a hands on opportunity to spend a week in Brisbane with senior music and broadcasting industry professionals participating in workshops, discussions, media calls and recording sessions.
Hosted by home grown Queenslander Bernard Fanning, the artists and interns will participate in song writing sessions, live to air recordings, media training, professional development opportunities and business sessions. All sessions will feature Indigenous and non-Indigenous experts in the music and broadcasting fields, offering networking opportunities, access to world class facilities and the wealth of knowledge that Bernard has garnered over his impressive career.
To apply go to either http://www.qpac.com.au/clancestry/ or http://www.989fm.com.au/ for full terms and conditions and to download the application form. Applications are open until 5pm on 24 January 2014
Supported by Arts Queensland through the Super Star Fund, a Queensland Government program that delivers super star performances exclusive to the state, the program has been created in partnership between 98.9FM, QPAC and Bernard Fanning. The weeklong program culminates in a concert performance to be staged on South Bank’s Cultural Forecourt as part of Clancestry, A Celebration of Country