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Green Music Australia and the City of Stonnington are excited to present A Greener Scene, a series of online community events looking at sustainability in music with live discussions from Stella Donnelly (singer-songwriter), Cecil Coleman (Body Type, Elefant Traks), Tara Benney (Strawberry Fields), Rhoda Roberts (veteran arts producer) and more.

Hear practical ideas on how to green your practice, reduce your carbon footprint and act on climate. Whether you're a performer, a music lover, a venue operator or festival director, there is something for you. 


Hitting Reset - How to gig sustainably in a post-COVID world 

Wednesday June 2nd, 7pm - 8pm

Join singer-songwriters Stella Donnelly, Cecil Coleman, Loni Thomson and Green Music Australia’s CEO Berish Bilander to explore the eco opportunities and challenges as we emerge from lockdown. With special tips on how to go green while touring! 

A recording of this event will be available soon.

A Greener Scene - Bringing sustainable ideas to life on stage 

Friday June 11th, 11am-12pm

Ever wanted to know how to turn your green event vision into a reality? Hear from Tara Medina (Strawberry Fields), Jessica Scheeter (Jack Johnson), Nick Hanlon (The Regent) and Green Music’s CEO Berish Bilander about innovative ideas to cut waste and emissions and drive positive change. 


Blak is Green - Why platforming First Nations voices matters to sustainability 

Date TBD

Join us for the premiere of the short doco Blak is Green featuring Rhoda Roberts - Widjabul woman of the Bundjalung Nation and Keirnan Ironfield - Dharug man from South Eastern Australia. Learn about First Nations people’s connection with the land and how that is intrinsically linked to sustainability, plus the finer details of how you can better support First Peoples through your life and music. Followed by a live Q&A.



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