Spotify announced that Sound Up Bootcamp Australia is seeking aspiring podcasters who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander to apply for the SoundUp Bootcamp, a four-day residential podcasting workshop to be held in Sydney on November 26 – November 29, 2018.
Those who qualify and are interested in applying must submit an entry before midnight on October 29, 2018. To apply, fill out a form that is on the Sound Up Bootcamp website. The form requires people to answer questions. It also includes participation terms.
You don’t need to have any prior podcasting experience, just a voice (with something to say), a passion for the medium, and an eagerness to bring your idea to life. Ten people will be selected to attend, with expenses covered including travel and accommodation for those living outside Sydney.
The bootcamp will be facilitated by Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander radio producer Emily Nicol with workshops presented by Brooke Boney, Allan Clarke, Rudi Bremer, and more.
Sound Up Bootcamp Australia is supported by Audiocraft, a leading Australian audio organization who host events, run workshops, and make podcasts through their agency.