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In order to beat their 2017 record, Women's Work needs 100+ attendees at the April event.
Women's Work is putting out a call for women in the music industry to participate in their annual photograph. If interested, fill out this form and report to the Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast, at 4:30 on Friday, April 8th.
The search is not limited solely to performers, but any woman who interacts with the Northern Irish musical communities — including, but not limited to, musicians, bands, producers, programmers, curators, DJs, promoters, managers, engineers, educators, marketing, PR and media, facilitators, mentors and festivals teams.
To beat their 2017 record, they need 100+ attendees at the photocall. Following, there will be drinks and snacks available, giving the participants time to network within a huge showing of Irish talent.
Dedicated to supporting, promoting and celebrating women in music, Women's Work has actively been making a more accessible and equitable music scene. In addition to providing a support network, they are outspoken about issues facing women, aim at establishing cities like Belfast and Derry as forward-thinking musical communities and host events that give female artists the tools necessary for success.
Join us for a @_WomensWork photo call. If you are a woman & an active member of the NI music community, we want you in on this. We had lots of fun in 2010 & 2017, but 2022 might be the best yet!!
Sign up now and help us spread the word. Happy #IWD 💜🤍💚https://t.co/0xolh5DJFS pic.twitter.com/D5ChDOjNaU
— Oh Yeah Music Centre (@OhYeahCentre) March 8, 2022
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