LBMX Place Musicians Mentorship Program provides local musicians with an opportunity to develop, perform, and learn so their unique voice can become part of our vibrant community through the gift of music. LBMX Place and London Arts Council connect and celebrate musicians and artists who are crucial to our local community and culture. Expressions of Interest (EOI) The London Arts Council (LAC) in partnership with LBMX Place invites individual musicians and bands residing in London, Ontario and surrounding First Nations (the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, the Oneida Nation of the Thames, and the Munsee-Delaware Nation) to apply for a paid opportunity to participate in the LBMX Place Musicians Mentorship Program as a Mentor (3 mentors), Mentee (6 mentees), Mentor Band (2 bands) and Mentee Band (2 bands).
Applications for this opportunity are now closed. Program Description
LBMX Place Musicians Mentorship Program will provide local individual musicians and bands with an opportunity to grow, perform, and connect within our vibrant music sector and throughout our broad community. This program will enable experienced musicians (solo and band) to mentor emerging musicians (solo and band) through unique performance opportunities and in-depth mentorship sessions.
Additionally, all program participants will be provided with meaningful professional development opportunities through music sector specific workshops. Each session will be facilitated by relevant industry professionals to support musicians’ further development. Topics include: Music industry and Law (copyright, song writing agreements, performance royalties, etc.), Finance Management (taxes), Grant Proposal Development, and Marketing and Communications.
Timeline and Process (Project Duration: May - December 2023)
Note: Timeline provided here is for general information purpose only. This information is subject to change based on unforeseen circumstances and programming requirements.
2. For Mentors
**You MUST read the full application information for this opportunity prior to filling out the online application.**
Artists/creators wishing to be considered must complete all application requirements. Please complete all required fields of the online application form and submit the required application documents.
Incomplete and/or late applications will not be accepted. Applications submitted through other means, such as fax, mail, and email will not be accepted. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure the application is submitted by the deadline.
London was recognized as Canada's first UNESCO City of Music on November 8, 2021. The London Arts Council (LAC) continues to support the broader artistic community through diverse programming in collaboration with public, private, and community partners. As a partner organization, LAC participates in the planning and implementation of the UNESCO City of Music Designation Plan connected with the London Music Strategy and London's Cultural Prosperity Plan. For any questions about this project please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For any Call to Artists updates please check the website at www.londonarts.ca