Generator is collaborating with Forward NE on their first in person talk/Q&A/live music hybrid event!
Be Forward: Identifying Pathways To Success In The Music Industry will be an informal and informative talk/Q&A/live music hybrid event on The Cumberland Arms’ lovely terrace on Thursday 26th August.
The event will focus on the stories of three successful musicians, promoters and industry experts, with the aim of inspiring and educating women and gender minorities who want to be successful in the music industry. Taking part in the conversation will be:
* Hazel Wilde (Lanterns on the Lake)
* Sarah Wilson (Tracks/Noisy Daughters)
* Helen Walkinshaw (Blóm/Generator)
With a Q&A hosted by NARC. editor Claire Dupree and MC’d by BBC Radio Tees Introducing’s Rianne Thompson
Live music from Holly Rees, and a DJ set from Awkward Black Girl
Entry is free and tables can be reserved via the venue by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (walk-ups are also possible, but booking is advised due to limited space).
The talk will also be recorded and available to view online after the event.
Forward NE is a network for women, trans and non-binary musicians and creatives in the region, and this event will be the first of many planned across the North East in the coming months.