Frankston Art Centre, Marketing Officer
Applications close 13 November
An opportunity exists at Frankston Arts Centre to assist with the development and implementation of marketing and audience engagement strategies for events such as festivals, public art, theatre and more.
Adelaide Festival, Executive Director
Applications close 15 November
The Executive Director will be a collaborative leader who will develop a dynamic partnership with the Artistic Directors, providing inspiring strategic and cultural leadership, excellent philanthropic and commercial outcomes, and sophisticated stakeholder management.
Australia Council for the Arts, Project Manager First Nations (Maternity Cover)
Applications due 17 November
This maternity cover opportunity is ideal for an experienced project manager to undertake a key role within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts team.
Gondwana Choirs, Artistic Director
Applications close 18 November
The Artistic Coordinator plays a crucial role in the day to day operations of their busy organisation, managing a roster of conductors, pianists and guest artists for over 20 weekly rehearsals and performances throughout the year.
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.
The Live Remuneration Survey
Entries close 13 November
The Australian Music Industry Network (AMIN) has partnered with major contemporary music bodies (like us!) to launch an in-depth survey on live music remuneration. The Live Remuneration Survey aims to understand the dynamics of performer income, the conditions under which artists are paid and whether additional costs such as travel, parking, accommodation or rehearsals are taken into account. It will also look at what percentage of artists have superannuation, income protection insurance or public liability insurance.
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.