2019 Alberta Music Member Survey
Are you a current Alberta Music member?
What email address is your Alberta Music membership registered under?
Which events did you attend during the last programming season? This includes workshops/panels, one-on-one consults, networking events:
Jan 22/23: "The Art of Conversation - Having Conversations That Matter" (Edmonton/Calgary)
Jan 26: "Artist Development with Rob Lanni" (Red Deer)
Mar 5/6: "Grants and How To Get Them!" (Edmonton/Calgary)
Mar 18: "An Evening with Alberta Music" (Lethbridge)
Mar 19: "An Evening with Alberta Music" (Fort McMurray)
Apr 23/24: Vocal and Performance Workshop with Tamara Beatty" (Edmonton/Calgary)
May 15: "Studio & Artist Networking Night" (Edmonton/Calgary)
Jun 5: "Photographers/Videographers/Designers Networking Night" (Edmonton/Calgary)
Jun 18/19: "Safer Spaces" (Edmonton/Calgary)
Jun 24: "On Stage Success with Tom Jackson" (Edmonton)
July 4: "Electric Guitar Setup Workshop w/ Leila (TunaTone)" (Edmonton)
Feb 7: "All About Tax Preparation and Best Business Practices for Music Professionals" (One-on-one Sessions with accountants) (Edmonton/Calgary)
Feb 28: "Touring & Festival Logistics"(One-on-one Sessions with Brent Oliver and Adam Oppenheim) (Edmonton/Calgary)
Mar 7: "College & Community Radio" (One-on-one Sessions with Rhea March and Marta Ligorki) (Edmonton/Calgary)
Which of these events did you find the most useful? List your top 3.
What feedback would you like to share with us about our programming? (Your feedback is helpful for us as we plan new sessions and constructive feedback also may be included in our grants and internal reports.)
Do you have suggestions for future Download educational sessions programming? What gaps exist in your music industry skill-set? (Due to our funding requirements, Alberta Music plans educational events 6-12 months in advance.)
How long have you been working in the music industry?
How would you describe your role in the music industry?
Do you feel there are any barriers to your access of Alberta Music's services? Do you have suggestions on how these barriers can be addressed?
Why did you join Alberta Music?
Your Alberta Music membership benefits include free one-on-one consultations with our qualified staff, opportunities to showcase at national and international events, free or discounted entrance to our high-quality educational workshops, panels, and networking events, a bi-weekly industry newsletter, member discounts with partner organizations, and much more. Have you taken advantage of any of your member benefits?
Do you feel like your membership has good value? Why?
How do you get your Alberta Music news regarding our events, programming and opportunities?
Alberta Music Website
Alberta Music Facebook page
Alberta Music Instagram and/or Twitter
Alberta Music E-newsletter (bi-weekly)
Word of mouth
Do you feel that Alberta Music is an inclusive organization? Do you feel welcome and accepted at Alberta Music events?
Which genre/s do you create/work in?
In the interest of better understanding the diversity of our membership base, we would like to better identify those individuals/groups who are from underserved or marginalized groups who typically experience barriers within the Canadian arts sector. This section is COMPLETELY VOLUNTARY AND WILL REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL. We are invested in identifying marginalized/underserved people and this info will be used/seen only by staff to make events more inclusive, and will not be shared in any way. Please let us know if you self-identify with any of the following groups:
Member of the LGBTQ2S+ community
Indigenous, Inuit, and Métis
People of African, Asian, Latin American, Middle Eastern, and mixed racial heritage descent who have been historically disadvantaged as a group and may experience discrimination based on colour, culture and race.
People who are deaf - people with hearing loss, hard-of-hearing, oral-deaf, deaf-blind, late-deafened, many of whom identify as Culturally Deaf - sharing distinct sign languages, traditions, histories or values.
People with a disability - people with actual or perceived impairments that experience discrimination as a disadvantage, as a direct result of that impairment, or due to social, policy or environmental barriers. Impairments are physical, mental or learning conditions that have long term, temporary or fluctuating effects.
Groups of people whose maternal or chosen official language is not the majority language in their province or territory - in other words, Anglophones in Quebec and Francophones outside of Quebec.
Other marginalized or underserved group (please specify in the comments section)
Would you be willing to provide a quote about your experience as an Alberta Music member? For example... What doors has your membership opened for you? What relationships have you built through membership? How has it helped you tackle your business and/or artistic goals?Do you have any stories to share with us about your time as a member? Why do you enjoy being a member?These are just sample questions -- feel free to approach this any way you want. Any kind of content that you are willing to share is welcome, and it doesn't need to be long! (A couple of sentences, or a short paragraph!)
Any other thoughts you would like to share with us?
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