Yearbook Records | Carclew

Music at Work

Music at Work was a contemporary music industry pathways program for high schools run by Carclew.

The program employed industry expertise to mentor students in tailored learning. Activity could be as simple as one-to-one song writing sessions or an intensely integrated, semester long, cross-curricular learning project, culminating in a student-led live music event.

Music at Work facilitated professional connections between industry and education and was a best practice case study in the SA Quality Music Education Framework: Student Pathways publication.

Yearbook Records

Yearbook Records was a year long program run in several schools as part of Music at Work. Students created their own record labels and launched the music of their peers. Industry professionals were brought into the schools to mentor students in music business industry pathways.

This culminated in a mini music festival titled “House Party” in December 2021 at Carclew House.

Project partners

Music at Work was supported by the Department for Innovation and Skills through its Music Development Office.

Industry Development database was also supported by the South Australian government through the Department for Education Music Education Strategy.

First Nations Music Industry Development program is also supported by the South Australian government through Arts SA.