MONA are seeking an Artist Operations Coordinator to take responsibility for a range of operational matters including artist logistics, ground transport schedules, artist liaison and hospitality, schedules, itineraries and other production matters. You won’t be alone in this role as you lead a team of artist liaisons to build relationships with artists and key stakeholders.
The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is seeking talented moving image content designers and producers, to work on a casual basis across a wide range of film, documentary, motion graphics and online video projects. They are looking for highly creative, self-motivated, and collaborative producers, with creative flair and technical prowess, and their finger on the pulse of current trends in video content production.
City of Yarra are seeking innovative and engaging artists to exhibit at Richmond Town Hall, Fitzroy Library, Bargoonga Nganjin North Fitzroy Library, Richmond Library and Carlton Library Light Boxes as part of their 2019 Exhibition Program.
Submissions will be assessed on the following criteria:
• Innovative and engaging art forms and practice
• Works of high quality presented in a professional manner
• Works that fit within the limitations of the exhibition spaces (Carlton Library Light Box submissions – responsive to the site and/or format of the light boxes)
• All works proposed in submission must be available for exhibition
• Carlton Library Light Box submissions only: Photographic, digital or other works that demonstrate suitability to the medium and the illuminated aesthetic and display
Expressions of interest are now open for PICA’s self-directed studio residency program in 2019. This program provides studio space for artists with diverse practices for 2 month periods between February – June 2019.
PICA’s studios provide a flexible space for research, dialogue, experimentation and the development of new work. The spaces are suited for interdisciplinary artists and those who have an interest in an independently driven structure for research and development.
The selected artists will be supported by PICA’s exhibition team with general technical support and critical feedback across the duration of the residency.
Let’s Take Over is a skills development program for 15 – 25 years olds to learn how to be the best event producers in town. Ten young people get the opportunity to take over the Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre, programming the entire building from 12pm – 11pm for a one day arts festival featuring whatever you so please.
Let’s Take Over originated at Battersea Arts Centre, London (called Young Producers). Across 12 weeks, 10 talented young people will receive producing training, covering a different topic and skillset with a different expert each week.
The Abbotsford Convent Studio Residency Program has a focus on supporting artists to develop work/s that are site specific or site responsive. The work/s created through the studio residency will be presented throughout our site, as a vibrant and temporary means of fostering delight and dialogue as well as engagement between the site, landscape, artistic community and audiences.
The studio residency program will provide two artists with:
Studio space for 6 months with 24/7 access
An honorarium of $2,500 to be invested in the studio residency project outcome
Access to Convent staff for support and mentoring
Marketing and communications package to promote your studio residency and outcome
Reporting to the Head of Programming & Production, the Technical Manager is a key member of the Programming & Production department, a relatively small full-time team which grows as required for each year’s festival. The Programming & Production department is responsible for coordinating the planning, evaluation, development, negotiation and contracting of the festival program and for executing all production elements of the festival and related events.
ACMI has a newly created role to support their creative vision across the exhibition program and the redevelopment project. This is a role for an experienced Curator to help deliver their curatorial framework and identify and craft the core stories only ACMI can tell.
You will join ACMI, bringing with you a proven track record of working on cultural exhibitions, focused on high quality visitor experiences with excellent curatorial rigour that achieves audience outcomes. Your value will come from your ability to work collaboratively as part of a project team; your knowledge of and passion for the moving image, as well as an appreciation of the role of audience data and prototyping to refine curatorial thinking.
Vivid Sydney is now inviting Expressions of Interest (EOI) from individuals and organisations across the global creative community to participate in the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas in 2019.
This Expression of Interest invites practitioners from all facets of the music industry, including music venues, event producers, promoters, industry associations and collectives to express their interest in being part of the Vivid Music 2019 program.