2012 Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Music Competition
The competition gives Indigenous Australians the opportunity to showcase their creative talents and express their ideas about cannabis and its harmful impact on their communities.
The Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Music Competition (ATSIMC) entries must be in the form of a song. The song can be in any genre/style, but must creatively explore the harmful impact of cannabis on Indigenous communities. Issues that could be explored include how cannabis negatively affects families, relationships, educational attainment or culture.
The competition is open to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Australians only, and each entry must be accompanied by a completed entry form.
- The song may be recorded in any style but must be between 30 seconds and five minutes in length
- The song will need to convey a message about how the use of cannabis may negatively impact on Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities
- The song must be in either English or in an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander language.
Entries must be received by October 1st, 2012, with a competed entry form. More info on the Music NT website!