* 1. Gender

* 2. Location/Postcode

* 3. Age

* 4. E-mail address

* 5. Do you have a website?

* 6. Is music your sole job?

* 7. Would you describe your current music experience as

* 8. Do you have

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A manager
A booking agent
A record label
A publisher

* 9. Is your music available online?

* 10. What genre music do you write?

* 11. What type of artist are you?

* 12. Have you ever accessed Creative Victoria Grants?

* 13. Have you ever accessed Australia Council Grants?

* 14. Have you ever used AMRAP's Airit service?

* 15. Have you ever used Triple J's Unearthed service?

* 16. Have your works ever been broadcast?

* 17. Have you ever attended a Professional Development Workshop?

* 18. What was the best thing you learnt from the Professional Development Workshop?

* 19. What resources have been helpful to you?

* 20. What is the biggest barrier in developing your music career?

* 21. What do you need to take your music to the next level?

* 22. What do you wish you had as a musician?

* 23. What issues/areas (either business or creative) would you like to see included in a future professional development program?

* 24. Brimbyn, meaning 'to find' is an online Aboriginal Creatives Hub for Aboriginal artists, art-workers, creatives in Victoria to profile their work. Brimbyn acts as a database for the public, and especially the arts sector to find Aboriginal artists. The other main feature of the Brimbyn hub is a calendar of artist’s events and activities. Artists can develop and manage their own profile and events on the Brimbyn database. 

Would you like to provide your personal details to Brimbyn

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