TD Women+ in Music Mentorship Application Form

The Women+* in Music Mentorship (WiMM) program seeks to foster empowerment and support development for women+ in music through mentorship and group discussion.

The program will be bringing together women+ from different career and experience levels to engage in a unique mentoring experience: six MEGAPHONO delegates will be matched up with six MEGAPHONO performing artists and six program alumni of Rock Camp for Girls+ and Rock Camp for Women+.

As a participant you’d be welcome to ask questions, seek guidance, and discuss challenges and possible solutions, all while working towards deepening your understanding of the music industry and establishing meaningful connections with artists and professionals in the industry.

When: Saturday, February 9th, 2019, 12:30PM - 3:00PM

Where: Coworkly (261 Montreal Rd #310, Vanier, ON)

Cost: Free

Eligibility:

The WiMM program is open to alumni campers ages 13+.

*We welcome all women- or non-binary identified folks, including but not limited to trans women, Two-Spirit, and gender non-conforming folk.

Organizers are committed to ensuring equitable access, with emphasis on the following priority groups:

  • Indigenous Artists

  • Artists of Colour

  • LGBTQ2 Artists

Organizers acknowledge that this program takes place on unceded Algonquin territory.

Apply:

To apply for the WiMM program, please complete the form below and press 'submit'.

Applications are due by 11:59PM EST on February 1, 2019. Note that as we anticipate receiving more applications than spots at the program, confirmation of your registration will be made via email by February 4, 2019.

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Voluntary Self-Identification
Girls+ Rock Ottawa aims to support a diverse and inclusive music community, and equity is a critical means to achieve this. We encourage you to complete this voluntary self-identification section to help determine whether our programs and services are reaching a diverse range of the community.
Some of these priority groups have a unique history, identity and status in Canada, some have faced historical and/or systemic barriers, others reflect Girls+ Rock Ottawa's mandate and all are essential to the future of the arts sector. Girls+ Rock Ottawa acknowledges that there are other population groups that face barriers. We believe that the priority groups identified above are the appropriate ones for Girls+ Rock Ottawa to focus on at this time.