Arts Centre Melbourne is casting for the next talented individual to join their ensemble.
The role creates, scopes, develops and delivers a range of contemporary programs within Arts Centre Melbourne venues and spaces – including artist development programs; creative developments and commissions of new work; season programming and delivery.
Applications are now open for an energetic, passionate General Manager to lead a small, creative team in delivering a number of exciting projects in 2019.
Kids Thrive are looking for someone with strong experience in financial, HR, governance and operational management skills. The GM will also assume an advocacy role for Kids Thrive, promoting their creative child-led community change programs and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders in the government and philanthropic, arts, education, health, social welfare, social justice and community development sectors.
Yarra City Council is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from emerging to established artists to present a series of still images or a silent moving image projection for exhibition on the wall in Peel Street Park, Collingwood as part of a suite of projections in the space from May through to September 2019.
Image:Salote Tawale, Super,2003, single channel digital video, silent, dimensions variable, courtesy the artist. Photo by J. Forsyth.
Next Wave is inviting artists from across Australia to form a government.
A government for disrupted histories, for radical kindness, for transcendent identities, for alternative cartographies, for unregulated beliefs, for emotional speculation, for the ideas, conversations and feelings that matter.
This is an opportunity for you to pitch your most critical and ambitious artistic project for presentation at Next Wave Festival 2020: A Government of Artists.
Image: mi:wi by Taree Sansbury, photo Greta Costello.
Level Up is a three-month, cross-art form residency program that will provide five young artists with a shared studio space and support to create new work for a range of public outcomes during the residency period.
Support includes a shared, cross-artform studio space, monthly stipend of $1500 (artist fee), access to professional development workshops and industry experience that will support creative pursuits and sustainable arts practice.
The Office and Workshops Coordinator works closely with the Executive Director, Artistic Director and Artistic Associate to ensure the smooth roll out of St Martins’ workshops program (term and holiday) and other associated events.
This position also implements and maintains administrative systems in the office, ensuring efficient running of the office and company.
The Programming Assistant is responsible for assisting with the coordination, delivery and evaluation of programming and participation events and programs to ensure a distinctive, impactful audience experience at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria.
The ideal candidate will have a recognised industry qualification in a discipline relevant to arts administration and delivery and/or relevant professional experience in the field of events and programs in the cultural or scientific sector.