Multitrack 2021 will run between January and March 2021, and we are looking for a Multitrack Fellow Co-ordinator to join us on a part time, fixed term basis, in a paid freelance role during the fellowship.
We’re so excited that applications for the 2021 fellowship are open!
We’ve got a couple of online events coming up, where you’ll have the chance to hear more about Multitrack from members of our steering team and alumni from the 2019 fellowship. Plus, you’ll be able to ask us questions about the fellowship and your application.
We are excited to be expanding and are looking for volunteers to work with the team behind Multitrack: an initiative to create a more representative audio production industry.
Following a successful pilot year, we are growing in scale and ambition with an expanded fellowship running from January-March 2021. We are looking for new people, ideas and energy to help us grow.
In this pilot year, all the production companies we’re working with on Multitrack are based in London. We know this limits who may be able to apply in 2019.
That’s why we’re really excited to be partnering with PressPad to provide a supportive and affordable place to stay, for applicants coming from outside London.
On Wednesday 12th June, we were really grateful for the chance to attend the Rise and Shine audio workshop at Kings Place, organised by Sarah Myles.
On May 3rd 2019, the Multitrack steering group organised an event at Somerset House, called ‘How can we improve access to the audio industry’. It was an Open Space event, where attendees set the agenda for what they wanted to talk about, and split off into a number of discussion groups covering different topics, suggested by people in attendance.
We will be at Rise and Shine on Wednesday June 12th, answering questions about the fellowship, and offering support with applications.
On May 3rd, we’re hosting an event from 6-9pm at Somerset House, to discuss the question ‘How can we improve access to the audio industry?’.
This is the text of our original call out to potential host organisations, and how we explained the idea at the time.