20 November 2023

President Update: New logo and website launch

Written by: Jason Goopy

It is with great excitement that we launch the new logo and website for the Australian Society for Music Education.

Our new logo has been designed to recognise and celebrate the diverse ways that music education occurs throughout Australia with sound as a uniting thread. Along with our new logo, is a refreshed association branding that is vibrant and contemporary. You will see all our communication and social media adopting this branding moving forward.

The new ASME national website ( provides significantly enhanced features for members and brings us closer together as a national community. You can easily access state and national news, events, information on activities, and resources all in one place. As a member, you gain exclusive access to the national Resource Hub, which includes newsletters, advocacy and teaching resources, policy submissions, association reports, and the Australian Journal of Music Education. This will continue to be expanded over time. It has never been easier to renew your membership using a simple online form that accepts credit card, PayPal, and bank transfer.

Your username to access the members area of the website is your email address used to receive this message. You will need to reset your password before you can log in using this link:

If you would like to update your email address or require assistance logging on, please contact

The new logo and website project has been years in the making. I would like to thank all committee members who have been involved, particularly past and present National Executive, National Council, and the Website subcommittee. I would especially like to highlight the unwavering dedication of Dr Jenny Rosevear who has led this project over the past 2 years of development.

I encourage you to take the time to peruse the new site and browse the Resource Hub.

With best wishes

Dr Jason Goopy
Australian Society for Music Education

ASME recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the first musicians, storytellers and educators of this land. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, acknowledging their ongoing connection to land, sky and waterways