International residencies provide a unique opportunity for artists to 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.
Chunky Move, Tasdance and Yellowwheel are seeking 400 Victorian dancers of all ages to be the heart and soul of an epic outdoor performance, as part of Dance Massive 2019’s free large scale outdoor public program.
As one of the 400, you will:
Be a vital part of an incredible, mass outdoor performance
Meet and dance with new people
Work with professional choreographers from Chunky Move, Tasdance and Yellow Wheel
Be at least 8 years old (please note there is no maximum age!)
Signal Summer is an intensive creative arts program jam packed with workshops, events and performances. The program offers young people the chance to work alongside professional artists, develop skills across a wide range of art forms and present new work.
Signal Summer is free and open to young people 13 to 25 years from all walks of life. You don’t need any experience to get involved.
The 2019 Tanja Liedtke Fellowship is offered by the Tanja Liedtke Foundation in partnership with Berlin’s ada Studio and Australian Dance Theatre’s International Centre for Choreography and is open for applications from dancers/ choreographers between the ages of 20 and 35. The Fellowship program includes a range of opportunities for creative development, artistic exchange, study, attendance of performances and international networking. The program is especially focused on providing an emerging Australian dance artist, who has not had extensive experience in Europe, the opportunity to work in Berlin.
The Victorian Music Development Office (VMDO), in partnership with the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) and Association of Artist Managers (AAM), will accept applications for the next Fast Track Fellowship program.
Open to Victorian music artist managers and independent labels, the Fast Track Fellowship facilitates international professional development, relocates selected participants overseas and immerses them within music companies over a two month period.
The Fast Track Fellowship program includes return flights, visas and insurance as well as financial support for accommodation, on ground logistics, per diems and registration fees for professional industry events.
The Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) Office is seeking a highly skilled and experienced performing arts producer to undertake the role of First Nations Lead. This exciting opportunity, within a small newly established team, is open to proposals from individuals, existing organisations, or collectives of individuals for a shared portfolio of responsibilities in the fulfilment of the role.
The Festival Administrator is responsible for the day to day support of the office environment and maintaining the systems and processes necessary for smooth functioning of that environment. The role provides administration support for the Travelling Film Festival Manager, executive support for the CEO, and helps to oversee the TFF Interns.