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ABMusic

Abmusic's role is to create a positive environment that promotes teamwork, self-esteem and independent learning utilizing all fields of music. Abmusic will use all its resources to encourage feedback, participation and support from the community and other Aboriginal organisations.

  • Local Clubs:Arts

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  • Arts:Music

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ABMUSIC is an Aboriginal Corporation formed in 1986 to support and nurture Aboriginal musicians in Western Australia.

From small beginnings, the Corporation has grown and developed to the point where now, ABMUSIC is a Registered Training Organisation delivering Certificates II through IV from the Music Industry Training Package in a program especially tailored for Australian indigenous people.

Whether you are a beginner in music, can already play or you would like to work in the music business in a support role (e.g. a "roadie", a sound engineer or even a booking agent), ABMUSIC can provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare you for entry into the competitive world of the Australian Music Industry.

With such facilities as fully equipped percussion and rehearsal studios, practice rooms, a MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) studio, and a "Pro-Tools" recording studio, ABMUSIC uses the latest in technology to develop students' understanding of production and engineering in the contemporary music industry. Students that progress through the three years of study of the Music Industry Training Package and complete the Certificate IV in Music at ABMUSIC are 'job ready' upon graduation.

Services for ABMUSIC students are designed especially for the indigenous community and include;

The "Food for Thought" program wherein students are provided with breakfast on arrival in the morning.
Bus transport from Oats Street Station to and from the College in the morning and after classes.
A Student Support Officer.
Enrolled students can apply for individual tuition on their chosen instrument. Places are limited so they are allocated on a "first come, first served" basis.
Monthly performance opportunities during term time where students are able to practice their skills in performances for their peers and friends and family. 

Events Industry Association

The Events Industry Association of Western Australia is a not for profit association. Our purpose is to represent the events industry as a whole and to act as a voice for our members. The EIA fosters high professional standards in the delivery and management of events. The EIA encourages sharing of information and provides a valuable networking platform for our members.

  • Local Clubs:Special Interest

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The Events Industry Association of Western Australia (EIA) formed in 1995, is a not for profit association representing the state events industry and is dedicated to fostering high professional standards in the delivery and management of events.

The EIA acts as a member lobby group to government and delivers professional development programmes along with networking forums to enable the dissemination of information and the opportunity for members to raise, discuss and debate current industry issues.

The EIA membership is represented by those actively engaged in the delivery of events and includes (but not limited to) venues, event managers, local government, along with product and service suppliers to the event industry.

EIA Members enjoy the following benefits:
A united voice for industry related issues to Federal and State Governments and regulatory authorities
Member rate for professional development workshops and seminars
Exclusive Member only events
Invitations to industry functions
Promotion of member businesses
Access to member contacts to develop and improve business
Discounted tickets and special offers
Regular newsletter keeping members up to date with industry news and current EIA activities
Throughout the year, the EIA provides its members, affiliates and students with opportunities to connect with peers and network with other professionals working in the Western Australian events industry.  

Melville Theatre Company

The Melville Theatre Company was founded in 1982 and presents community productions of plays and musicals.

  • Type:Club,Volunteer,Association,Local Focus
  • Local Clubs:Arts,Music

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  • Established:1982
  • Arts:Local Clubs,Music,Performing Arts

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The Melville Theatre Company was the brainchild of the late David J. Burton who, in 1982, called a meeting for interested people in the community to form a theatre company in the Melville area.

As a result of this meeting the Melville Theatre Company was born. The newly formed company’s first production was the farce, Not Now Darling. With its second production, The Sound of Music, the young company won the Finley Award for the Best Production of the Year in Community Theatre. Since then, actors and directors have consistently featured in the list of awards at the annual State Drama Festival. In recent times, Melville has taken home three more  Finley awards for Best Play; one for our 2010 production of The Return, in 2013 for Rabbit Hole and the 2014 production of Twelve Angry Men.

Initially our seasons were performed in the Melville Civic Centre, but since 1987, our venue has been the Roy Edinger Centre, on the corner of Stock Road and Canning Highway, Palmyra. For many years we shared this venue with a multitude of other users, which created difficulties for all parties, however, in 1998 we were granted sole management by the City of Melville and have thus been able to create a real theatre within the centre, including raked seating, carpeting and a new lighting and sound system.

The Embroiderers' Guild of Western Australia

The Embroiderers' Guild of WA is a learning community for anyone with a love of embroidery, stitch & textiles. We provide avenues for those 8 or over to develop their embroidery and lace making skills

  • Local Clubs:Social Club,Special Interest

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  • Arts:Visual Arts

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The Embroiderers' Guild maintains a collection of embroidery and lace, contemporary and traditional, from Australia and overseas, for enjoyment, inspirations, study, research and teaching. We welcome both beginners and experienced embroiderers.

Most of our approximately 500 members learn and practice their embroidery skills in the social and sharing environment of our many groups that meet throughout the Perth metropolitan area and regional WA.

The Guild also has an extensive and varied workshop programme, a large lending library, and a Historic Textile Collection which is open to members and the public by appointment.

The Guild also provides children's activities during school holidays.

The Collection houses over 1600 textile items of cultural and historic significance and is highly regarded as a specialised textile museum. It is part of the cultural heritage of Western Australia and reflects the beautiful needleart stitched by women and men of past generations and those of today. It is being cared for by the Guild's Textile Collection Group so that all the community can benefit. Everyone is welcome to view and enjoy it but you do need to make an appointment.

 

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