The Victorian Government Community Arts Grants program will provide funding for creative arts projects that reflect the experiences of local communities directly affected by the 2009 bushfires.
Regional Arts Victoria will administer funding for communities and individuals from the 21 local government areas directly affected.
They are looking for community led, creative projects which reflect the experience of local communities impacted by the 2009 bushfires and will occur in one of the local government areas eligible for funding.
Since its inauguration in 2016 the Midsumma and Australia Post Art Prize has quickly established itself as an important award in the ecology of the arts. With finalists selected from across the country, the non-acquisitive annual award is a survey of outstanding queer artists working across mediums reflecting their potent personal and political perspectives on the world.
Suspended Moment: The Katthy Cavaliere Fellowship is a major new artist fellowship in the name of Italian born Australian artist Katthy Cavaliere.
The fellowship, made possible with funds from Cavaliere’s Estate in partnership with ACCA, MONA and Carriageworks, is valued at $300,000 in total and will be granted to three female-identifying Australian artists working at the nexus of performance and installation.
Selection criteria for the fellowship are for female-identifying artists working across visual media including performance and installation and an Australian citizen or resident. Any stage of practice is eligible from early career to established.
Image: Brown Paper, 2001, by Katthy Cavaliere. Mona/Remi Chauvin
Approx start date – Mid Jan 2019, 3 month contract.
$51,977 per annum (0.6 EFT)
($1,200 per fortnight for 3 days a week, 9-5pm with half hour lunch break, plus 9.5% superannuation)
Auspicious Arts Projects Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation based in Southbank, Melbourne. We provide financial and administrative management to individual artists, projects, festivals, small companies, community groups and city Councils.
The Research Administrator will be required to filter through various documented records from a historical, completed arts project. The objective is to create a detailed, digital and paper archive of the project in its entirety. The successful RA will need to think creatively and productively on the best way to research, archive and present the collected data so that it can be used and presented for future developments.
Some travel may be required. Working days can be negotiated.
Key Selection Criteria:
Research and archiving experience
Computer literate with experience in website creation and management
Accuracy and attention to detail
Able to work independently
Desirable – interest and/or experience working in the arts
Melbourne Fringe Festival are after an ambitious, energetic, clever, strategic, fun collaborator to join the team in a key senior role. If you love inclusive independent arts, festivals, project management, planning, numbers, people, systems and being entrepreneurial then this is the one for you.
Due West Arts Festival is a ten-day multi arts local and international festival inspired by the spirit of Melbourne’s west, to be held from 15 to 24 November 2019.
Due West Arts Festival is inviting proposals from artists and companies from Melbourne’s west to be included as part of the event. Initial consideration will be given to local works/ artists/ companies followed by and complemented with national and international artistic programming.