Unlock Your Creative Well-being! Join Us for a Special Event Tailored for Music Creators and artists.
10th October 2023: To mark World Mental Health Day, IPRS in collaboration with Aurora Collective associates with Trijog to organize an online webinar “Mental Health for Creative Minds”. This aligns with IPRS’s mission to support and empower music creators. This campaign focuses on empowering and nurturing the mental well-being of musicians, recognizing the distinct challenges they encounter in their creative odysseys.
With the upcoming webinar, IPRS aims to reach a diverse audience of musicians, including those from various regions who may have limited access to mental health resources. The objective of this session is to enhance the understanding of mental health among musicians. Help individuals identify and address potential mental health challenges. Equip music creators with coping strategies tailored to the unique demands of their profession.
IPRS’s campaign encourages musicians to prioritize their mental health, fostering resilience and well-being within the industry. This initiative also highlights IPRS’s commitment to the holistic well-being of its music creators. By addressing mental health challenges and offering practical solutions, IPRS aims to empower musicians to thrive in their careers and enjoy long-lasting success.
Details of the session:
What: IPRS in collaboration with Aurora Collective associates with Trijog for World Mental Health Day for an online webinar on “Mental Health for Creative Minds”
When: 12th October 2023
Time: 5 pm – 6 pm
Venue: Online Zoom Event
Tune Into Well-being! Join Us on Zoom for an Exclusive Music & Mental Health Workshop: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZElcO6pqz4qE92oE5Ac5j6lohV-xuyLBXs3#/registration
IPRS is India’s only Copyright Society registered under the Copyright Act of 1957, and counts more than 10,000 of India’s best-known authors, composers, and music publishers as its members. IPRS is authorized under the Copyright Act, 1957 to carry on the business and granting of licenses in respect of musical works and literary works associated with the music assigned to it by its members as well as collect and distribute authors’ statutory royalties, for the exploitation of these works either by way of live performances and/or sound recordings through any medium except when exhibited as a part of a cinematograph film shown in a cinema hall. For more information, please visit https://iprs.org/