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CEO Claire Spencer and Molly Meldrum with the Gospo Choir at the Launch of the Australian Music Vault. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

CEO Claire Spencer and Molly Meldrum with the Gospo Choir at the Launch of the Australian Music Vault. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Australian Music Vault To Present Talks In Australian Music

by Noise11.com on February 13, 2018

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The Australian Music Vault will run a series of talks about Australian Music as part of the Australian Music Vault Learning Program.

Amy Bennett, Creative Learning Producer at Arts Centre Melbourne says of the upcoming series, “The Australian Music Vault Talks aim to generate conversation around important issues in the Australian music industry. Through dialogue, questioning, sharing opinions and talking about music, we can delve deep into a fascinating industry and discover the stories within. The first talk will be a lively discussion about the highly topical issue of gender imbalance in the Australian music industry. We invite you to join us on March 1 and participate in a conversation of vital importance at this time.”

Talk one of March 1 is titled ‘Gender Imbalance In The Music Industry’. Speakers include artists Grace Kindellan from the band Wet Lips and Mohini Hillyer from Habits, Dr Catherine Strong (RMIT) and Tracee Hutchinson (Music Victoria’s Women’s Advisory Panel). The discussion will be facilitated by author and journalist Jenny Valentish.

Australian Music Vault presents
Australian Music Vault Talks- Stories of Australian Music

‘Gender Imbalance in the Music Industry’

Thursday March 1 2018
6pm arrival for 6:30pm start
Arts Centre Melbourne, The Member’s Lounge
Tickets: $10 concession/ $15 full
Duration: 1 hour

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