The primary purpose of this role is to provide program administration and project development support to the Access and Community Engagement team. The successful candidate will support our access and inclusion work and be responsible for liaising with community groups, initiating and managing a range of external relationships.
Melbourne Queer Film Festival is seeking an experienced Operations Manager. The role focus is on Events production and logistics, Ticket management, Venue management, Volunteer management, and Membership and audience support.
The efficient and effective delivery of the festival and all its satellite events depends on this role.
In this hands-on workshop you will work with Designer Jennifer Tran and Weave artistic director Janice Florence to experience some the company’s techniques for creating inclusive and integrated dance spaces for children.
Channels Festival are currently seeking passionate individuals to volunteer during the festival period. Volunteering for Channels provides valuable professional development skills along with networking opportunities with artists, curators, galleries and other volunteers.
By volunteering you will gain an understanding of how a grass roots festival operates and to develop new and transferable skills, providing vital work experience in a competitive jobs market.
Bus Projects Curators Program creates dedicated space within their artistic program to foster ambitious, critically engaged, and experimental projects by curators at all career stages. This Program provides successful applicants with ongoing curatorial, technical and administrative support to realise an exhibition at Bus Projects during their 2018–19 program.
The NETS Exhibition Development Fund (EDF) program supports the Victorian arts sector with grants of up to $10,000 to Victorian arts organisations who wish to develop new exhibitions of contemporary art, craft or design with the potential to tour.
NETS Victoria’s EDF grants are made available from funds specifically devolved through Creative Victoria. Grants can support development costs such as research, curatorial or artists’ fees, publications or exhibition design, furniture and technology. Recipients are encouraged to work in close dialogue with NETS Victoria throughout the development stages of their project.
The Australia Council International Residencies Program has been developed through sector consultation and research. Council has forged partnerships with some of the best residency providers in the world to deliver a suite of residencies that enable the development of individual artists, arts mediators, groups and organisations.
International residencies provide a unique opportunity for artists to effectively immerse themselves in a new arts context, market, community and culture. The experience enables artists to articulate their practice within a global context and build knowledge, networks and partnerships that support future international arts activity.
Through the MATCH Lab program, Creative Partnerships Australia provide independent artists and artistic groups with:
A place at their two-day Raising Money for Your Art professional development and fundraising clinic.
Matched funding of up to $10,000 per project.
Campaign advice and support.
If your application is successful, you’ll attend the two-day Raising Money for Your Art clinic. Here, you’ll connect with experts and your peers to develop a blueprint for supporting your arts practice; and a strategic plan that supports your next artistic project.
8 September 2017 | Footscray Community Arts Centre
Good intentions are simply not enough. How can you develop programs and engage with communities in ways that ensure sustainable and respectful, self-determined relationships and experiences. JoinTania Cañas (RISE Refugees) and friends to explore what ‘nothing about us, without us’ means in the context of arts, culture and community engagement.
Working alongside ILBIJERRI’s Board of Directors and in close collaboration with the Artistic Director, the Executive Producer provides strong leadership for producing a large-scale program of new works and national and international touring for the company.
The Executive Producer role is responsible for overseeing the daily operations and financial management of the company and its staff, while maintaining a clear focus on the company’s long-term strategic growth and direction under the organisation’s business plan.