Free Social Media Workshop!

Our first workshop for 2014 is coming up! Make sure you register here, for our free Social Media workshop on 1 February 2014 at the State Library of Western Australia…you’ll also score a free lunch!

FREE Campaigning Workshop

Join our campaigning workshop on June 8th.  During this workshop you will learn how to:

1. Frame a key message and advocate for mental health

2. Spread a message to a captive audience

3. Adapt a message for the benefit of a media release and also social media

Lunch is included in this FREE workshop.  SAVE YOUR PLACE at

www.yacwa.org.au/workshop

campaigning workshop

Click to join this workshop

Free radio workshop!

Are you 25 or under?

Would you like to be a radio personality?

Ever wanted to see how a live studio works?

Want to try your hand at recording your own 30 second ad which will be podcast?

We have a FREE radio workshop hosted by Music Feedback and RTRFM on the 8th of December (next Sat) at 10:30am.

Only 10 places available. If you would like to come along please click HERE to save your spot.

2012 Music Feedback CD/DVD now available

Music Feedback 2012The 2012 Music Feedback CD/DVD is now available to order! This year it features artists such as Missy Higgins, Ash Grunwald, Matt Corby, San Cisco, Lanie Lane, Pond, Allday, Dead Letter Circus, Dappled Cities, Karnivool and more!

To place your order head to our contact page.

Let’s talk about it – mental health and suicide forum

The ABC broadcasted a special public forum from the Capital Theatre in Bendigo entitled Mental Health and Suicide – Let’s Talk About It.

The Let’s Talk About It forum gives the public a chance to interact with some of the leading experts in the mental health industry including beyondblue Deputy CEO Dr Nicole Highet, Lifeline’s Director of Communications Chris Wagner as well as representatives from Headspace and SANE and a special guest contribution from Stephen Fry.

You can restream the entire forum online here.

Get involved with Music Feedback!

Do you have a passion for IT, design and music?

Are you keen to support youth and mental health?

 

Ruah Community Services is seeking young people aged 16-21 years to participate in the Music Feedback online development project. 

The project aims to raise awareness of mental health concerns for young people and to encourage mental wellbeing. The program, now in its third year, has involved many national and international artists including Blue King Brown, Art Vs Science and Dan Sultan.

Project participants will receive media training including web and graphic design so that they are well equipped to become champions of the campaign!

Participants will learn and practice media and IT skills to promote the Music Feedback message on the web. These skills will include:

  • Graphic design for the web
  • Website maintenance (using WordPress content management system)
  • Networking and establishing links with other websites and organisations
  • Effective social networking (Facebook, Twitter etc)
  • Editing and uploading songs and videos to the web

Group workshops will take place at Ruah Mental Health in West Perth every Thursday morning, from 9am-12noon from October 6th to December 1st  
 
 
 

 

Please send expressions of interest, outlining why you would like to be involved in the Music Feedback IT project, to the Music Feedback IT Project Worker Raymond Grenfell.

Closing date – Friday 23rd September, 2011

For more information call Raymond on 0429 666 251 or e-mail raymondgrenfell@ruah.com.au