Boudica Music Conference For Womxn and Non-Binary Artists
The team behind Boudica launches its first music conference. The event will be a day of educational panels and streamed DJ sets from The Freemasons Hall. The main focus of the project is to inspire more womxn and non-binary people to become involved in the music industry by delivering content from professionals they align with. The conference will be lead by a variety of working industry professionals to give insight into what their roles involve and the challenges they face working within the industry, including DJ sets from object blue, Tasha, Proteus, and Samantha Togni. This event is not for profit and will be free to attend, with the aim to bring positivity and a sense of collectiveness throughout gender minorities working in music.
– 11:00- 12:00 Mental Health and Well-Being. How COVID and this year events have affected the overall well-being of people working in the music industry and how musicians, especially those belonging to minorities, can face unique challenges that leave them particularly vulnerable. Hosted by The Musicians Union
John Shortell (The Musicians Union) Sital Panesar (Musicatherapy / Music Support) Ali Hill (Music Support / Mindful Music) Samantha Togni (The Musicians Union / Boudica) More TBA
-12:00-13:00 Press, PR, social media and the importance of an artist’s online presence. How traditional ways have been bypassed and ways to move forward after this radical year. Hosted by AIM
Sarah Story (The Little Pink Book / Capital) Amanda Freeman (Freeman PR) Abigail White (For The Record PR) Sinead Mills (Practise Music)
-13:00-14:00 A conversation exploring the disparity of gender throughout the music industry and how crucial having role models is for young people’s confidence. Hosted By Keychange
Magdalena Jensen (Keychange) Syreeta (He.She.They) Shauni Caballero (The Go 2 Agency) Cori Chinnici (AWAL / The MMF) Faux Naïf (Mother Superior / M II M)
-14:00-15:00 How communities have adapted to the lockdown, how plans have shifted during 2020 and what have they done to re-invent themselves.