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The National Library offers three Fellowships to support practising writers and artists to develop new work creatively using or inspired by the Library’s collections.
The Library provides creative artists with a unique and supportive environment in which to immerse themselves in the collections. The Fellowship enables artists to be inspired by, repurpose, transform or imaginatively respond to published sources, such as music, maps, rare books or ephemera, or original sources, such as pictures, manuscripts, oral histories and folklore recordings, in any way.
With a total prize pool over $100,000, there is an exciting new category offered. The Prize and Awards are open to Victorian residents and published authors only. Individual author entry or nomination.
Reporting to the Marketing Manager, the Marketing Coordinatoris a key member of a small team whose responsibilities include the oversight of the Festival brand, together with the design and delivery of marketing campaigns and sales strategies which enrich audience engagement and grow Festival revenue.
ACMI have a newly created role managing the operations functions of the AV, Cinema and Facilities teams for the next 18 months. This role will manage a diverse range of technical staff ensuring an exceptional level of service that optimises resources and efficiencies.
This broad management role will see you manage procurement, budgeting and reporting while working collaboratively across the business to represent Technical Services.
Regional Arts Victoria and Creative Victoria invite you to attend an arts grants information session in regional Victoria. Representatives from both organisations will be there to talk to you about funding opportunities, and to answer any questions that you might have.
In 2018, MTC is offering three positions as NEXT STAGE Writers-in-Residence. The initial offering is for a 12 month position with the Company, with the expectation that residents may be invited to progress to a second year, and in one case a third year.
Successful applicants will receive:
• An annual stipend;
• Access to a desk, phone, computer and all the benefits and familial connection that being part of the MTC team entails;
• Access to meetings with MTC’s key artistic team and insight into the programming, directorial, creative and casting process of a major theatre company;
• Access to MTC’s production process from design concept through to rehearsals and performances;
• Access to dynamic and informed dramaturgical conversations with the MTC artistic staff including the Artistic Director, Literary Director, Associate Directors and fellow NEXT STAGE writers;
• The chance to develop concepts in two-days of workshop time with actors and director at MTC;
• Invitations to exclusive MTC events and networking opportunities including philanthropic events throughout the year.
Council is seeking interest for individual artists and arts organisations, with the aim of creating new partnerships that enable inclusive artistic collaborations to occur within Darebin.
Stream 1: Project Partnerships
This stream supports individual artists and creative organisations to engage in projects that enable interesting collaborations between artists and community. Applicants can be based outside of Darebin, but must be engaging Darebin communities in an artistic capacity through their work. It is imperative that Darebin communities are at the centre of the project, and that this drives the work.
Stream 2: Key Cultural Organisations
These Partnerships are between the City of Darebin and arts organisations located at an address in the municipality.
All funding requests for either stream are capped at $8,000.
Darebin Art’s Speakeasy program partners with leading artists and companies to provide the highest quality experiences to audiences at the Northcote Town Hall and Darebin Arts Centre for adult and family audiences.
The program presents contemporary, critical work about our society and the world that we want to live in, providing engaging artistic experiences that question the mainstream and remove barriers.
Image: Merciless Gods, Darebin Arts Speakeasy 2017. Image by Sarah Walker