Nexus Arts is inviting contemporary musicians from culturally diverse and First Nations backgrounds to apply to take part in a career development and performance program, bringing together artistic and music business development in an intercultural, supportive, and creative environment.
The program is open to artists creating and performing original music in any genre. This unique career opportunity includes development sessions with Nexus Arts’ staff, a solo high-quality live music video shoot, a one-on-one photoshoot with an experienced music photographer, a personalised mentorship opportunity, development of your Electronic Press Kit, artist catch up sessions, and a performance series at Nexus Arts.
Earlier in 2021 we featured independent musician Gene Phoa, now Interplay alumnus, who spoke highly of his experience in the program.
“The Interplay artist development programme has played a critical role in my artistic development and has empowered me with the skills and confidence to take my artist practice to the next level. An extremely valuable and memorable experience, I would highly recommend it to other emerging artists!”
About the program, artistic director Emily Tulloch says, “We are so happy to let you know that our Interplay program will return in 2022!
“If you’re looking to meet new people, develop new skills and partnerships, hone your performance practice and connect with Nexus Arts and the broader South Australian music and arts industry, Interplay might just be for you! Head to our website [here] for all the info you need.”
For details about the application process visit the Nexus Arts website. Applications are now open and will close on 31 January 2022, with selected participants notified shortly afterwards and program activities commencing in mid-February 2022.