The Events Manager is responsible for event logistics and the front of house resourcing for the Wheeler Centre. This includes planning and delivery of: the Centre’s in-house and offsite events; a range of activities at the Wheeler Centre by resident literary organisations and external hirers; and support on other special projects, as required. Reporting to the Head of Operations, this is a hands-on delivery-focused role working as an integral part of the Operations team.
The Venue Technician works with all members of the Malthouse Theatre production department to ensure the smooth delivery of all productions. The Venue Technician reports to Head Electrician and through them to the Operations Manager and the Production Manager.
Warrnambool Art Gallery (WAG) and Chunky Move are offering a two and a half week residency for one artist from 17 June to 2 July 2019.
They are seeking expressions of interest from practicing artists with a minimum of 3 years professional experience. Artists should have a demonstrated focus on research-led practice with performance as an underpinning aspect of their work.
The resident artist completes 1 week at Chunky Move (17 – 22 June 2019), and 1.5 weeks at Warrnambool Art Gallery (WAG) (24 June – 2 July 2019).
The resident artist develops work throughout the residency process, and shares these outcomes during and/or at the conclusion of the residency. The artist will receive a $3500 fee, exclusive access to studio space for the residency period at Chunky Move, and exclusive access to gallery space, plus travel and accommodation, for the period at WAG.
YOUR PLATFORM is a Darebin Arts Speakeasy presentation opportunity for artists living with disability. YOUR PLATFORM is part of larger initiative to increase access and inclusion programs across Darebin Arts. They are looking for a new performance work to be programmed at Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre during Melbourne Fringe Festival.
The selected presentation will occur during Melbourne Fringe Festival for a 1-2 week season from the 12 – 29 September, 2019. The work will be presented in Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre’s Studio 1 or Studio 2.
Emerging Cultural Leaders (ECL) is a five-month skills development and mentoring program for emerging artists and cultural facilitators who live, work or have other connections to Melbourne’s western region.
The ECL program is an initiative to provide skills development and mentoring for up to 15 individuals who are seeking to enhance their community engagement and arts practice. Past graduates have gone on to forge their own careers in community cultural development as artists and producers.
Adhocracy is Vitalstatistix’s national hothouse, supporting the creative development of new experimental and multidisciplinary arts projects. Artists from around Australia join together to create and converse over the first weekend of Spring. This year’s tenth anniversary edition of Adhocracy will be proceeded by a national experimental art exchange.
Adhocracy is an adventurous, intense experience and you will be sharing space and resources with other artists. This is an opportunity for collaboration, experimentation, creative development, and, of course, feedback from Adhocracy artists and audiences.
The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking experienced Audiovisual Display Installers to assist with the installation, de-installation and configuration of audio-visual display systems throughout the NGV. Under direction, you will install and configure multimedia presentation and content delivery systems for exhibitions, digital signage and events at the NGV.
Fringe is looking for a brand new Venue Manager for their exciting next chapter at Trades Hall. Fringe is opening a year-round licenced venue dedicated to supporting the independent arts sector and they are looking for somebody to dive in deep and help them run it.
Maribyrnong City Council is seeking nominations from 6-10 community members for a new Arts Ambassadors Committee.
If you have experience and knowledge of the arts, a connection to Maribyrnong (live, work, recreate, study or volunteer), and want to make a dynamic contribution to the creative life of Maribyrnong please consider applying. The purpose of the committee is an advisory one, and not a decision making one.
Join Arts West for a super exciting Catch Up Club filled with circus fun, food and fabulous new friends. Come and meet other local artists from the west while learning great new Circus skills with Arts West Alliance Member, Women*s Circus, followed by a light lunch.
What to bring
Please make sure you wear comfortable clothes, remove all jewellery and bring a water bottle to keep hydrated. If it’s a cool day, dress in layers because the Drill Hall can be chilly! It’s really important to arrive on time for this Catch Up Club as you’ll need time for a warm up session before the main fun begins.