Be a Part of APTN’s National Indigenous Music Impact Study
Over the past few years, Canada’s Indigenous talent has (FINALLY) been getting some much-deserved attention from the mainstream music community.
But despite Juno awards, Polaris wins, and major festival gigs, there’s still a lot to learn about the business side of things. That’s why APTN is looking to connect with anyone who creates, presents and/or supports Indigenous music in Canada for their National Indigenous Music Impact Study.
As the first of its kind in Canada, the study will “look at the challenges, successes and barriers that the Indigenous music community faces and estimate the contributions and impacts of the Indigenous music community has on Canada.”
But helping to shape and influence the future of Indigenous music isn’t the only reason to participate in the study. Everyone who completes the survey by Jan. 14 will be entered to win up to $2,000 in cash (draw dates are Jan. 14 and Feb. 18 for $1,000 each). To participate in this study (potentially through phone interviews, group discussions and/or an online survey), sign up using the form here.