Chunky Move, Victoria’s flagship contemporary dance company, is seeking a dynamic and proactive Development Manager to build and manage their multi-layered private giving programs.
To succeed in this role you will have at least 3 years experience in leading innovative fundraising campaigns in the creative industries, securing grants and being responsible for the stewardship of a wide range of private donors.
St Martins is looking for an ambitious, experienced Executive Director/Co-CEO. This role requires a well-networked dynamic person with a commitment to excellence, who has both practical skills and strategic vision within the performing arts.
After repositioning itself, St Martins’ artistic reputation has exponentially grown and now needs an Executive Director who can take the company to the next level by driving their Victorian, National and International programs.
Fortyfivedownstairs and Future Leaders are inviting submissions from emerging Australian artists for the annual Emerging Artist Award 2018.
A selection of approximately 25 artworks will be chosen for a two-week exhibition from 19 – 30 June 2018 at Fortyfivedownstairs, with $3000 worth of prizes awarded to the finalists whose work most closely aligns with the Award selection criteria.
AMPLIFY is Darebin Music Feast’s Event Producer Mentorship. A targeted professional development opportunity, it seeks to address inequality in the music industry by supporting and amplifying lesser heard voices.
Each year, AMPLIFY offers a targeted group of Darebin-based, early-career music event producers access to mentoring and the opportunity to program and produce a feature event as part of Darebin Music Feast.
The Festivals Moreland Development Program supports the creation of new live art or participatory works, to be showcased as part of the 2018 Coburg Carnivale on Saturday 22 September during the 2018 Melbourne Fringe Festival.
The Program will support up to four projects through a financial contribution of $5000, provide rehearsal space, as well as marketing and technical support, not to mention they’ll help you produce your work!
Initiated in 2009, Dance Massive is Australia’s largest and only continuing contemporary dance festival.
The EOI is open to Australian choreographic works, both existing and new that are outstanding both in their vision and capacity to imaginatively investigate choreographic territories as well as to connect to our contemporary society.
Artists from any state are welcome to apply. Australian artists living overseas can be considered but priority will be given to artists residing in Australia.
ACF are offering a one-off matched funding initiative to first-time users of the Australian Cultural Fund (ACF) to give fundraising campaigns a boost.
If you’re new* to the ACF and have never used the platform to fundraise, you’re eligible for a $2,000 boost to put towards your project, thanks to Creative Partnerships Australia’s Plus1 program.
ACF Boost will match donations dollar for dollar, up to $2,000 per campaign. The initiative is open to new ACF artists and arts organisations nationwide and across every artform who have registered with the ACF for the first time on or after 1 February 2018.
The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), on behalf of MEL&NYC Program Partners, is seeking expressions of interest from community groups across Melbourne to develop small-scale activations to be presented as part of an exciting program from June to August 2018, coinciding with MoMA at NGV: 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art.
Major themes to be considered include cultural or ideas exchange, and the celebration of both Melbourne and New York as leading cultural, entrepreneurial and creative cities. Innovative consideration of these themes and broad audience appeal is encouraged.
Melbourne Recital is looking for a Technical Manager to manage technical and operational related services to ensure delivery of Melbourne Recital Centre’s schedule of concerts and events to an international standard.
Melbourne Recital Centre is a venue of and for the 21st century: celebrating the past, welcoming the present and imagining the future, a place where artists and audiences are invited to engage, challenge and explore. With a unique focus on music, the Centre presents and hosts hundreds of concerts each year
Back to Back Theatre is on the hunt for a Marketing Manager to join their passionate and adventurous team, who are instrumental in bringing exemplary art made by artists with disabilities to audiences and community participants in Geelong, across Australia and the world.