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Sound Travellers 2010 Grants

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

Applications for the third round of Sound Travellers have been announced.  Closing date 21st September 2009 for touring in 2010.

2010 Guidelines | PDF | WORD
2010 Application | PDF | WORD

Sound Travellers provides grants to Australian artists for National touring in the following genres of new music for travel and marketing costs.

The program also aims to develop viable touring opportunities for musicians/sound artists performing sound art/electronica, new jazz/improvisation and contemporary classical music through promoting audience access, developing networks and taking on board good ideas that we can facilitate with our resources. (more…)

Screen Sound - Call for Papers

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

Screen Sound, The Australasian Journal of Soundtrack Studies, seeks to rigorously investigate, analyse and document sound as it occurs in relation to screen images, whether on the large or small screen, in installation or online. Sound forms, functions and production are included, whether as music, sound design, effects and atmospheres, dialogue and performance, production processes and roles of personnel. Articles, reviews and interviews are published in English language from scholars, researchers and practitioners. The journal is multidisciplinary in its remit, accommodating music, sound, media, cultural, marketing and economic analysis. The publication focuses on sound on screen media and issues relevant to work produced in Australia, Aotearoa/New Zealand, and Oceania, and will provide a forum for case studies and debates relevant to the region. (more…)

Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM)

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

The Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM), to be held from 22-26 February 2010 at the Adelaide Festival Centre in Adelaide, is now accepting applications from Australian artists and companies to take part in the Spotlight live showcase program and the Searchlight pitch sessions program. Applications close on 14 August 2009.

APAM brings together more than 400 of the most important performing arts presenters and producers from around Australia and overseas and is a unique networking opportunity for artists, companies, performers, agents, government and cultural organisations.

The APAM information and registration brochure is now online: