Arena has recently announced its relocation to the regional centre of Bendigo in early 2018 and will be the first theatre company in residence at The Engine Room, as part of the Capital venue complex. This permanent relocation will allow Arena to work with local artists and audiences, develop and premiere new work, bring national and international collaborations to the region, and deliver high quality innovative arts programs to schools.
Arena is seeking an experienced Executive Director/Co- CEO to lead the Company, in conjunction with Artistic Director and Co-CEO, through its transition to and consolidation into a leading regional performing arts company.
19 November 2017 | Darebin Arts and Entertainment Centre
Designed to provide practical advice, support and networking opportunities for producers ready to take their shows on the road, this year’s workshop will include sessions on touring independently, removing barriers for your audience and working with venues to maximise marketing opportunities, plus breakout sessions on budgets, tech and touring models.
The workshop is open to artists of all backgrounds and core skill bases, from performance to management, installation to writing. It is open to all artists seeking greater clarity in their current practice and interested in considering structures and strategies to re-define their current practice toward stronger future outcomes.
Festivals Australia supports community participation in, and access to, the arts and aims to support partnerships and collaboration across the sector. Festivals Australia funds high-quality arts and cultural heritage projects which can include but are not limited to a parade, performance, workshop, installation or exhibition.
MELT is an invitation to celebrate LGBTI+ culture through a dynamic, fun and highly engaging program of curated events featuring local, national and international artists and performances.
Based at Brisbane Powerhouse, MELT provides a focal point for the community, an opportunity for expression for artists and performers, and a platform to promote tolerance, equality and diversity across all genders, sexual orientations, ages, ethnicities, abilities and artistic interests.
This annual event celebrates the latest developments in photomedia practice around the country, and provides an exciting opportunity to exhibit work in a professional, high-profile context.
Supported by 28 national leaders in the photographic industry, CCP Salon awards over $20,000 worth of prizes over 32 categories, and visitors are invited to vote for their favourite image in the Marion Boyce Costume Design People’s Choice Award.
Gertrude invites applications from artists of any generation and working in any medium to express their interest in the two-year program. The program is intended for professional artists working within the breadth of contemporary practice, including installation, video, painting, sculpture, photography, performance and dance.
Each year eight artists are invited into the program, which welcomes new artists at staggered points across the year. Applications are considered by an advisory committee composed of Gertrude staff, a current Gertrude Studio artist, a former Gertrude Studio artist and an external curator or museum professional.
The Marketing and Communications Manager will be a creative thinker with an innovative approach to marketing and communications. This role will oversee the development, execution and management of marketing and communications campaigns, including ticket sales campaigns, digital marketing, design, corporate communications, media and PR, publications and social media.
Kids Thrive are seeking to appoint a leading administrator, with strong arts, not-for-profit and/or business management experience, partnered with an entrepreneurial mindset, to fulfil the responsibilities of the role of General Manager.
You will have a strong understanding of a range of cross-sectoral landscapes that Kids Thrive operates in. These may include senior-level experience in the arts, education, health, social welfare, social justice and/or community development – within enterprise and/or not-for-profit organisations.