The Gospel Music Industry Alliance (G.M.I.A) – the UK’s gospel music governing body, meets the needs of the community is set to deliver a range of workshops aimed at providing key information, support and services beneficial to the development of artists, musicians and industry personnel.
As well as aligning with GMIA objectives, these workshops address the publics’ request from the Town Hall meeting.
GMIA CEO Audrey Gray says, “One of the key questions coming from the Gospel Music community was centred around support for artists when developing projects. We have been connecting with music organisations and funding bodies to deliver highly beneficial workshops to make our community aware of the funds and support available, provide funding guidance and strengthen project applications. It’s beyond time for the Gospel community to tap into resources that push their music careers forward”.
The first in an exciting series of Music Funder Workshops will kick off this Monday 24th May 2021 4:30 – 6:00 PM GMT online with the PRS Foundation (PRSF) – the leading funder of new music and talent development across all genres.
Presenters include Kwame Safo – the Grants & Programmes Manager (Industry Funds) who oversees the management of a number of PRS Foundation’s flagship funding programmes including the PPL Momentum Music Fund, International Showcase Fund and Hitmaker initiative. he will be accompanied by Elizabeth Sills – the Grants and Programmes Manager for Elizabeth the Open Fund, Women Make Music and the Composers Fund.
Workshop alerts and FREE workshop access is available with any GMIA Subscriber plan. GMIA currently has a FREE, Standard, and Premium Subscriber plan. Not Subscribed yet? Click here to join.
So if you have an interest in learning more about any of the points below you should definitely sign up today!
- Which funds can you apply for?
- How to apply?
- What projects are supported by funders?
- What services and benefits are available to Artists, Musicians, and Industry personnel?
- Or you have a load of questions about the process…
You must register to secure your place.