The Song Room is are seeking a proven Head of Partnerships with an entrepreneurial approach to build a diverse and highly engaged group of partners to support our work at a time when student well-being and connection to school communities has never been more important.
West Australian Youth Orchestra, Operations Manager
Closing 30 Oct
Are you WA Youth Orchestra’s (WAYO) next Operations Manager?
- Business Manager
- Training Manager
- Peter Hanlon Internship
Superannuation for contractors: An analysis of the Australian performing arts industry
This paper will address the current gap in research surrounding superannuation for contractors by quantifying both the understanding of these requirements and the number of workers receiving payments within the industry. The findings will be analysed within the context of Australia’s evolving employment relations framework .
I Lost My Gig
Bushfires and Coronavirus have led to the cancellation and postponement of hundreds of concerts, conferences, events and festivals across Australia and the rest of the world – with many more events still vulnerable. Many performers, businesses and contractors have lost vital income. They are tallying the total income lost, the number of jobs lost and the number of live event and entertainment industry workers impacted.
Collaborating with Regional Communities: Guidelines and Tools For Regional Arts and Cultural Engagement
Regional Arts Australia has published a mix of practical tips, case studies and advice to assist people working in the arts sector, both those in regional communities and those looking to work in and with regional communities.
Chris O’Brien Lifehouse – Music in Health Volunteers Call Out
Chris O’Brien Lifehouse is looking for Live Music Volunteers to join their music in health program, that is supported by the Goodridge Family Foundation, to provide high quality live music in various public locations throughout the hospital. Over the years they have had visiting musicians at Lifehouse and they are looking to establish a cohort of regular live music volunteers. Their program is based on the award-winning music therapy volunteers’ program at The Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Support Act Wellbeing Hotline
Support Act has launched a free and confidential service which is available to anyone working in Australian music who needs to talk to someone about any aspect of their wellbeing. The service will also offer specific urgent support for people who may be a risk to themselves or others. It is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days per year by calling 1800 959 500 within Australia.