New magazine celebrates female pioneers in the arts industry

Making Miss Mogul

A brand new magazine celebrating female pioneers in the arts industry is set to launch in the form of Making Miss Mogul.

Making Miss Mogul features interviews with some of the leading ladies in the industry, both backstage and centre stage, along with expert advice, tips, industry contacts and competitions.

The magazine has been launched by actress and singer Amy Jo Clough with the aim of helping to guide and create a community of women who are successful in the arts industry, covering radio, music, television, film, theatre and more.

Speaking about launching the magazine founder Amy Jo Clough explained, “I realised growing up that there was lack of guidance and support for young women interested in the arts. ‘Gossip and beauty magazines dominated the stores and the arts magazines tended to adopt a more formal, adult approach. Whilst beauty magazines definitely have their place, not every woman wants to be inundated with this information constantly. I wanted to create a magazine which felt inviting and friendly; and appealed to women of all ages and abilities. Somewhere women can talk, make friends and help each other along in their careers. It’s the magazine I wish I had growing up. Having said that, although the magazine showcases and credits women for their work in the industry, anybody is welcome into this community. The magazine is heaped with valuable information and contacts to help everybody succeed, so please feel free to join our supportive community!”

Amy Jo Clough

The launch of the magazine has been welcomed by artists including artist and producer Shar who said, “This brand new magazine is full of tips, support and visibility for women within the creative industries, helping to deepen connections across the UK and beyond.”

Making Miss Mogul is set to launch on 1 October 2020 with the first issue available through the Making Miss Mogul website which goes live on the day of release.

You can also follow Making Miss Mogul on Instagram and Facebook.

To celebrate the launch of Making Miss Mogul, they are also giving away 10 Making Miss Mogul shoppers.  To be in with a chance of winning, take a picture with their magazine or a picture reading the magazine via their website and tag @makingmissmogul on social media.

Mark Kelly

Author: Mark Kelly

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