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WAAPA MUSIC 2009 composer in residence EoI

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

WAAPA MUSIC is looking for a 2009 composer in residence. This is a position suited for composers of electronic or acoustic music who would like to benefit from the facilities at WAAPA. Being the Composer in residence does not offer financial reward but does offer the following:
- An office space and PC with suitable programs
- Access to all waapa labs and recording studios, library and online
- Opportunites to work with waapa performers and composers
- Collaborative opportunities with film, dance, theatre, electronic arts an
video games
- Opportunites to perform your works in the WAAPA concert programs.

Expressions of interest including a CV and statement about why you would like this opportunity are welcomed until Feb 23rd. Information on the composers at waapa are at

Contact Cat Hope, Head of composition and music technology
[email protected]

Writers for Film & TV Articles wanted

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

Metro and Screen Education magazines are looking for writers for articles and also wish to hear from anyone who has an idea/ideas for articles for either magazine. Both publications are always looking for contributors.

If you wish to contribute, contact Natalie Book at assistan[email protected] and the full details will be emailed.

Deadlines for the next two issues of each magazine are:

Metro 161: 15 April
Screen Education 54: 2 March
Screen Education 55: 1 June

Pay rates and the style guide for both magazines are available at

Associate Lecturer/Lecturer
Portfolio 3 - Music & Sound
Creative Industries Faculty

Ongoing, full-time appointment

Reference Number: 27445

The Music discipline at QUT is seeking a dynamic, industry-focused individual with current experience in popular music and Web 2.0 models for music distribution and enterprise. The successful applicant will be a practitioner (eg Producer/DJ, Composer/Songwriter or Performer) with a strong professional profile and a capacity to contribute to the discipline teaching and research areas.

Closes: 5 November 2007