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Just because making music is your passion, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t earn you an income.
There are lots of ways beyond gigging to earn money from your music – from Bandcamp and merch sales to crowd-funding platforms like Patreon.
Join us at the Hume Conservatorium in Goulburn as we take you through the different revenue streams you can tap to maximise your chances of carving out a sustainable career in the music industry. This event co-presented by Southern Tablelands Arts will be hosted by MusicNSW Regional Music Officer Michael Simic with guest speakers Giselle Newbury (Southern Tablelands Arts) and Highlands-based singer-songwriter Michelle Cashman.
Register for free below, snacks provided!
SOUND ADVICE: MERCH & MORE
5-7 pm, Fri 3 Dec
160 Bourke St, Goulburn
MusicNSW is supported by Create NSW and APRA AMCOS.
MusicNSW operates on the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. We extend our heartfelt respect to elders past and present. Always was, always will be.
Southern Tablelands Arts
Giselle Newbury has worked with Southern Tablelands Arts, for 9 years and has designed, developed and delivered creative programs across the region. She also develops websites, manages social media and maintains the STA Creative Directory. Giselle is passionate about helping artists and musicians.
From youth homelessness to chart topping artist, Michelle Cashman seems to have lived a few lifetimes in one. Her songs can testify to that. Americana singer-songwriter Michelle Cashman writes and performs captivating songs and stories of the trials and triumphs of the human condition. She has a strong following for her music, centred around her Patreon page.