Victoria introduces program to improve safety of live music venues

22 | 3 | 2018

The Andrews Labor Government is partnering with some of Victoria’s best known gig spots to stop sexual harassment and assault in live music venues. Minister for Gaming and Liquor Regulation Marlene Kairouz joined Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley at the Corner Hotel in Richmond to launch the Sexual Harassment and Assault in Licensed Live […]

Social video to help online ticket buyers avoid scams

20 | 3 | 2018

A new social video has been launched as part of Live Performance Australia’s ongoing consumer education campaign about the potential dangers of buying tickets online. ‘Online ticketing scams are a scourge for our industry, and LPA wants to make sure consumers are aware of the risks,’ said LPA Chief Executive Evelyn Richardson. The video is […]

AMIN announce new leadership and strategic direction

15 | 3 | 2018

AMIN (Australian Music Industry Network) would like to announce the appointment of new Chair Joel Edmondson (QMusic), Deputy Chair Emily Collins (Music NSW) and Secretary Lisa Bishop (Music SA). The new appointments follow AMIN’s recent AGM, held in Hobart in late February. Outgoing Chair Patrick Donovan (Music Victoria) and Secretary Mark Smith (Music NT) were […]

Sound Smart, Hear Smart – Good Music Neighbours 2018

15 | 3 | 2018

Good Music Neighbours is a Creative Victoria initiative providing matched funding to venues across Victoria for sound attenuation. These grants help venues be proactive about sound management and offer up to $25,000 per venue in matched funding. There are two major funding rounds per year, offering funding from $2,500 up to $75,000. Round opens: 29 March […]

Help make NSW a better place for Music and the Arts!

15 | 3 | 2018

The NSW Parliament is seeking your thoughts on the Music and Arts Economy – And submissions close on the last day of this month – Wednesday 28 February, so there’s just over a week to go. The link to lodge a submission is here – Having your say now is really needed. This is a unique opportunity […]

Grants give Sydney’s nightlife a major boost

15 | 3 | 2018

Sydney’s nightlife will get a major boost with the City of Sydney awarding more than $360,000 in funding for live music venues and small businesses to expand their programming and encourage night-time trading. The first round of the City’s new business support grants program will give 18 local businesses, including Oxford Art Factory, Freda’s and […]

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Nominations : Creative Achievement Awards

15 | 3 | 2018

The Creative Achievement Awards celebrate and reward the outstanding achievements of individuals, teams and organisations that have helped raise the global profile of the creative industries in NSW. This year there are three categories: 1) The prestigious NSW Creative Laureate. This award recognises an individual, team or organisation making a positive contribution to the global profile, growth and […]

Tips to help with sound in and out of small music venues

15 | 3 | 2018

The Live Music Office along with Jaryd Miles, Acoustic Engineer at engineering consultancy firm Inhabit, has come up with a short article on some of the ways you can deal with sound issues in a live music venue! Acoustics is an all too often over-looked and underappreciated discipline in the design and arrangement of music venues. […]