Cultures of Popular Music Seminar

Posted on May 9, 2012

Griffith University is presenting the ‘Cultures of Popular Music’ Seminar Program and the next installment presented by Dr Christine Feldman (Griffith University, Queensland) is ‘Beauty, Brains, and the Beat: Rediscovering the All-Girl Rock Bands of the 1960s’.

Cost: FREE
When: Monday 14th MAY 6.30 ­ 8.30pm
Where: S07 2.19, Griffith University South Bank
RSVP: Ian Rogers – Research Assistant @

For more info visit the Griffith Uni website.

Women in Music Garden Party

Posted on Feb 24, 2012

This year we will be celebrating International Women’s Day with a Women in Music Garden Party!

Join us for nibbles and drinks and a great chance to network with Women from your local music industry.

Women in Music Garden Party
The Old Museum, 460 Gregory Tce, Bowen Hills
Thursday 8th March, 2012
5.30pm – 8.00pm
Tickets: $35 includes finger food and a drink on arrival. Cash bar available.
Book through QMusic here.

Women in Music Update

Posted on Jan 17, 2012

We won’t be holding a Women in Music Conference in 2012 but we are making plans to bring it back in 2013.  International Women’s Day will happen once again on the 8th March and we are looking to celebrate it with a smaller WiM networking event. Check back closer to the date or subscribe to the newsletter to make sure you are kept up to date with any new developments.

Women in Music a Huge Success

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

The first ever Women in Music forum was a huge success with nearly 300 young and experienced women attending.  We have had a lot of positive feedback in relation to this event and Q Music is considering its options for how to develop the event further.  We are currently taking on the feedback of participants and supporters alike to refine the direction and content of an event such as this.

One of the highlights of the event was being able to engage so many local women who are so productive in our industry.  To all of those who participated in the delivery of the event thank you very much.  This event was also our first attempt at engaging with high school and early tertiary students and this was a great indicator for us of schools interests in connecting with the music industry.