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EMC's 10th Anniversary | Decade of Dance

When

Tuesday 29 November from 6pm to 10pm Wednesday 30 November from 10am to 11pm

Asia Pacific’s leading electronic and dance music industry event is set to return in November to celebrate its monumental 10th Anniversary edition. Under the theme of ‘2012 - 2022: Decade Of Dance’ EMC is set to showcase a host of keynotes, panels, networking opportunities, discussions and bespoke events that aim to unite the Australian music scene and local community.

Industry and Artist Conference Passes are available, providing access to the following:

Tuesday, November 29: 

  • 6pm | EMC10 Opening Night Party - Presented by Muzeek

  • 7pm-10pm | EMC10 Emerging Artist Showcase - Night 1

The Lansdowne, 2-6 City Rd, Chippendale NSW 2008

Wednesday, November 30: 

  • 10am-7pm | EMC10 Conference

Level 3, Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris St, Ultimo 2007

  • 8pm-11pm | EMC10 Emerging Artist Showcase - Night 2

The Lansdowne

Artist Delegate Passes are offered at a discount to assist emerging artists, while offering priority placement to Masterclass sessions at the conference, with a choice of either Beginner-Intermediate or Advanced levels.

There are also EMC10 & Festival X bundle options available, allowing you to attend both EMC10 and Festival X Sydney at a discounted rate.

There will be a unique mix of interactive events and experiences reflecting the convergence of music, tech, fashion and dance. These topics will be built into a program centred on a suite of content covering the climate emergency; tech; justice, equity and diversity; and professional development. The full program is set to be announced in October.

This is recognised as an opportunity to showcase and discover emerging talent, and to join forces on the mission to diversify and encourage equality throughout the broader industry. The team behind EMC has worked to champion inclusivity by promoting a wide variety of talent from different cultures, genders and sexual orientation.

EMC10 is supported by NSW Government through Create NSW, City of Sydney, Australia Council for the Arts, Roland, Moshtix and Muzeek.

Accessibility

The Powerhouse Museum aims to provide venues, exhibitions, programs and services which can be enjoyed by all visitors, including those with disabilities.

Companion Card

The Museum is an affiliate of the NSW Government’s Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care’s Companion Card program. Support persons receive free entry to paid exhibitions and programs when accompanying a Companion Card holder. Visit the Companion Card website for more information.

Access

Entry to the Powerhouse is usually via Harris St, though EMC is best accessed via Macarthur St, Level 3 of the Powerhouse. Access within the Powerhouse Museum is via ramps and an elevator.

Accessible toilets are located on level 2.

Assistance animals

Assistance animals trained to assist people with disabilities are welcome.

Accessible parking

To enquire about accessible parking onsite, click here.

Hidden Disabilities Sunflower

The Powerhouse has adopted the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower to help support and raise awareness of those living with a hidden disability. Free lanyards and wristbands are available from the Powerhouse Museum cloaking desk.

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