Femme House, an orginisation with the goal of creating and fostering more equitable opportunity for womxn, trans, non-binary, and other marginalised gender expressions in the technical areas of music has launched a BIPOC (black, indigenous, and people of colour) scholarship fund.
The BIPOC program is six months long, and will accept four people per year.
Femme House seeks to create the future producers, mixers, and engineers of the industry by offering educational workshops, building community, propagating visual representation and offering professional development resources such as networking, mentorship, and more.
“We believe that if you can see it, you can be it, and that if we tear down the barriers to entry, we can affect change on a systemic, industry-wide level,” says a Femme House representative.
Since launching at MoogFest in 2019 with a panel featuring Madame Gandhi, Suzi Analogue, and Drum + Lace in conversation about the root of inequity in electronic music, Femme House has held dozens of free workshops to empower our community with the practical recording skills necessary to speak the language of the studio.
Femme House also holds weekley Twitch Raids, Femme House Radio on Diplo's Revolution, free monthly workshops, online music production courses and much more.