As the Media Manageryou will be responsible for leading Arts Centre Melbourne’s strategies for audience development, PR and brand awareness, providing expert mentorship to a team of two Media Advisors, and working in collaboration with the Marketing Campaign and Social teams to devise and deliver integrated PR/communications campaigns.
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Production & Operations Manager is responsible for working closely with all staff to ensure the efficient planning, management and realisation of Dancenorth’s program of activities. This includes but is not limited to scheduling, production expenditure management, recruitment of suitable casual/contract staff, venue management, and oversite of all technical elements of each production.
Exceptional attention to detail, proven planning skills, initiative and ability to juggle multiple projects are all essential attributes to the role.
Gertrude Contemporary is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for the Gertrude Studio Program 2019-2020. Respected nationally and internationally, Gertrude’s unique studio-exhibition model supports outstanding artists at pivotal moments in their careers.
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. This includes, but is not limited to, installation, video, painting, sculpture, photography, performance and dance.
Each year eight artists are invited into the program, with new artists moving in 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 Lesley Hall Arts and Disability Scholarship is an annual scholarship offered by Arts Access Victoria (AAV) which recognises the power of the arts to influence social change. It honours the life and activism of the late Lesley Hall, a tireless advocate for the human rights of people with disability.
This award will support the successful scholarship winner to deliver an arts project or artwork that will highlight the experience of disability, promote human rights for people with disability or advocate for social change.
Dance Massive Open Studios – New Works is a program of open showings that provides the opportunity for dance artists and choreographers from all state and territories in Australia to present Contemporary Dance work-in-progress to audiences and producers in the informal and intimate surrounds of Chunky Move Studios in Melbourne, Victoria.
Each successful applicant will be allocated approximately a one-hour block in the program which includes:
30 minute set up time (minimal set)
25 minutes to present their Contemporary Dance work to an audience
The presentations will consist of a 5-10 minutes excerpt or video of the work, followed by a spoken presentation about yourselves and your work, and ending with a Q&A session
The Sydney Opera House is welcoming Expressions of Interest from independent artists and groups working in the performing arts to participate in their annual Digital Mentorship Program.
The Digital Mentorship Program is an opportunity for artists to extend their practice and audience into the digital space by producing a piece of video content that is an accompaniment to their existing performance work or practice.
Two artists will receive mentoring on the creation and production of an original digital video piece at the Opera House Broadcast Studio. The artists will be paired with an industry mentor, participate in creative and technical masterclasses and receive a stipend.
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Manager, Event Production and Delivery, reporting into the Commercial and Public Engagement Division. As a manager of people you are accountable for coaching, developing and leading your team to achieve agreed objectives.
Footscray Community Arts Centre are currently seeking an ArtLife Manager, who will be responsible for the general management, administration, financial management and quality of FCAC’s ArtLife program.
The program is open to performers, artists and thinkers seeking a large space to foster ideas, develop their arts practise, and create new work. The purpose of the Creative Development Residency Program is to encourage and facilitate creativity, encourage experimentation and innovation, increase the profile of the Bluestone Church Arts Space as a dedicated arts space within Melbourne, and to facilitate access for the Maribyrnong community to a wide range of art and cultural activities.