Wondering how to launch your career in the crowded and competitive world of social media? Want to build hype around your music, art or event? Let our panel of successful young arts professionals help you self-promote in 2015!

On Tuesday February 10th, at 107 Projects in Redfern, a panel of Australia’s most accomplished music industry professionals – all under 25yo – will share their tips and tricks for how to promote yourself, your project and your career, plus what type of resources they used to generate their own projects, to carve a successful career from the ground up.


Tom Ballard (Tom & Alex, Triple J), Melody Forghani (Bossy PR and Music Management – Chet Faker, Laneway Festival), Victoria Sweetie Zamora (Remote Control Records, FBI Radio), Dom O’Connor (Laneway Festival & Lunatic Entertainment) Claire Bracken (Pedestrian TV Jobs) and Nic Kelly (2Day FM, Sea FM and Project U.TV).

Numbers will be limited to a maximum of 30 participants so RSVP will be essential.

Please send your full name to rsvp@musicnsw.com by 5pm, 9 February 2015.

WHAT: PLEASE ‘LIKE’ ME – A Self Promotion Seminar

WHERE: 107 Projects, 107 Redfern Street, Redfern

WHEN: 4.00pm-5.30pm 10 February 2015


For more information head to www.musicnsw.com or contact
Jake Stone on jake@musicnsw.com or 02 9953 5279


Indent is MusicNSW’s youth entertainment initiative, providing funding, workshops, resources, advice and information to an active network of young people throughout NSW to develop, encourage and facilitate all-ages live music. The Arts NSW devolved funding program, Indent Partnership Grants, is administered by MusicNSW on behalf of the NSW Government.

Indent is excited to announce the successful applicants for the Indent Partnership Grant Program, 2015. Once again, we received an incredibly competitive batch of applications, with teams old and new submitting applications that demonstrated the necessity and enthusiasm for more all-ages entertainment options. Indent has subsequently distributed a total of $60,000 to successful teams all across NSW.

The Indent Partnership Grants are tailored towards creating more opportunities for young people to experience live music in an all-ages, drug and alcohol free environment. Teams based all over regional and metropolitan NSW apply for funding every year, each team comprising solely of young people between the ages of 12 and 25. The team collaboratively writes the applications and organises and promotes the shows themselves.

Greg Clennar, Indent Project Coordinator said, “The Indent Partnership Grants provide many key benefits for young people and their communities. Not only does it increase all-ages live music scenes and give young bands the opportunity to play live, but also imparts practical skills in event management for young people interested in a future in the music, events and entertainment industries.” 

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