Macos music productions is based on the indigenous art of music making.
It is produced by the Macos Music Production Academy, a collaboration between Macos and Macos Arts and Arts Education (MAS).
The academy is a collaborative project of Macos artists and professionals and is managed by Macos.
It has over 70,000 students across the world who are learning the craft through courses, workshops, and other activities.
The Macos Academy is the first and only Indigenous music production academy in New Zealand, and the first to be established by a New Zealand government-owned company.
The academy’s goal is to provide music education to the entire Macos population in New Guinea, in the West Indies and in the South Pacific.
The Academy has been awarded two Australian Government awards, the Excellence in Indigenous Education (EIE) and the Excellence Award for Excellence in Music Production (EAP).EIE awards recognise exceptional Indigenous educational and cultural activities and projects undertaken within Indigenous communities, which are focused on the promotion and advancement of Indigenous cultural, artistic, linguistic and economic development.
The awards are recognised for their strong support for and commitment to the development of Indigenous knowledge and understanding, especially of traditional music.
The EAP recognises projects undertaken in collaboration with Indigenous communities.
These include cultural education, music education, and arts education.
The Academy aims to deliver educational and culturally sensitive content that reflects Macos knowledge and experience in music, arts and education, to the Maco community in New Guineas.
This year, the MacOS Academy partnered with Macos Education to promote the academy and its courses.
This is the third year that Macos has been supporting the Academy.
The MacOS Foundation supports the Academy through grants and scholarships.
The academy has been instrumental in helping to secure funding for the Macoz music production program in New South Wales.
It also supports Macos in the promotion of the arts and culture in the country.
The Foundation has been supportive of the Academy’s work with the MacOs Music Production School in the areas of Indigenous education, cultural development, and outreach.
The MACOS Academy aims for the future of Indigenous music and arts production and music education.
It aims to develop a network of Indigenous educators, producers and educators who can work with other Indigenous groups, and to facilitate the dissemination of information and cultural resources on the art of Indigenous song, music and dance.
The curriculum and content will be developed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the art and history of the Macuá language and culture, the music and art of the macos, and how it relates to modern music production.
The New Macos Media Academy will be co-founded by MacOS Arts and arts educator Jodie Firth, and will support the Academy and its educational efforts in the community.
The project will be the first Indigenous media arts academy in the world.