The SUBSTATION are seeking skilled and motivated staff to join their casual crew for the delivery of their programmed events and private hires. All casual staff play an important role at The SUBSTATION, often being the first point of contact to visitors.
There are a range of positions available, including:
Bump In/Out Crew
Box Office & Front of House Staff
They are looking for candidates who can confidently cross over 2 or more of these areas, with a particular focus on event staff and crewing.
The Melbourne Festival of Puppetry is back! And this year, there is an incredible array of puppetry to be experienced from across Australia and across the world. This years program includes special performances from Anino Shadowplay Collective (Philipines), People Who Play With Theatre (New Zealand) as well as performances by the world-renowned Australian puppeteer Richard Bradshaw (NSW, Australia) to mention but a few.
Talent Camp is a diversity and inclusion project designed to provide skills development opportunities to emerging storytellers and screen content creatives from diverse backgrounds.
Talent Camp workshops will run for five consecutive days in each capital city, with 12-15 participants, and will focus on story development, producing considerations and career pathways.
They want to hear from you if you have produced creative works, are passionate about storytelling and are interested in exploring a career in screen media.
Applicants from under-represented communities in the screen industry are encouraged to apply with specific reference to cultural background, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, geographic disadvantage and socio-economic status. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creatives are strongly encouraged to apply.
Funds will be made available to contribute to flight and accommodation costs for participants from rural or regional locations. Other access costs will be met.
Are you an artist who arrived in Australia as a refugee after 1 January 1990? Artists with a refugee or asylum seeker background are invited to apply to exhibit in Home, which will be staged in October 2017 by the City of Greater Dandenong.
Home presents works that celebrate the important contribution that refugee and asylum seekers make to the cultural and social fabric of Australia.
Five artists will be shortlisted from the applications received. These artists will be offered financial support up to the amount of $1000 for the production of artworks for the exhibition.
The Artist-in-Residence program at the Bundanon site was initiated in 1997 and is the largest such program in Australia, hosting around 300 artists each year on both their Bundanon and Riversdale sites. The properties are Arthur Boyd’s gift to the Australian people, and his vision for Bundanon was for it to provide an inspirational haven for artists to pursue their practice.
The residencies are open to artists, writers, performers, producers, directors, composers, curators and educators. Residencies can be for research and development or for the creation of new work.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists are encouraged to apply.
Vitalstatistix are creating a temporary choir for a project that is spending creative development time with them in July. Speechless, by artist Cat Hope, is an experimental opera paying homage to those rendered speechless through political means.
They are looking for participants to join a choir who will perform alongside soloists and a bass orchestra (bass guitars, bass brass, bass drums and electronics). This is an opportunity to be part of a two-week artistic residency/workshop process with some amazing artists at the forefront of experimental music in Australia.
An exciting opportunity exists for skateboarders, performers and musicians to be cast in SKATE, a brand-new project taking place in Melbourne that will be work-shopped and presented in October 2017.
SKATEis pure theatre spectacle – a unique, contemporary, fast-paced, physical performance. In this brand new work, SKATE combines the art of skateboarding with music, movement, percussion and tracking projection.
The producers are looking for a diverse range of physical performers, dancers and musicians who also possess some skateboarding skills.
This is an opportunity to join Fruit Fly’s amazing team in Albury-Wodonga in a rewarding new role overseeing the relationship with their academic partners, effectively communicating with their young artists and families across a range of activities, helping to manage schedules and timetables and building and coordinating their wellbeing programs.
CAP is looking for an experienced marketing and communications manager who can work with the CEO, the CAP team and the Board to take this amazing project and communicate it to our key stakeholders, the creative community and the broader public.
The role will encompass a broad range of communications functions from developing their web site, social media and written reports through to liaising with the media to promote this exciting new creative precinct. As they are a new organisation the role will require someone who can develop and execute a communications plan that will take the precinct from idea through to execution.