Get your Show on the Road!
Erth's Dinosaur Petting Zoo at BHP Campfires Festival 2011. Photo by Simon O'Leary
Country Arts WA's touring program Shows on the Go is seeking self-contained, professional productions to tour to regional and remote Western Australian communities in 2014.
The Shows on the Go program is designed to ensure that small communities in regional Western Australia have access to high quality performing arts experiences. Country Arts WA delivers three to four statewide tours per year, between four to eight weeks in length and in a multitude of genres. Shows on the Go tours are selected by community presenters voting for what shows they would like to see in their town through the Touring Menu and the Cyberpaddock website. Country Arts WA coordinates the tours and covers the touring costs.
Registrations for productions will open on Tuesday 5 March 2013
. Please check here
to see if your production can be a Show on the Go!
Country Arts WA will be hosting a Producer Forum and Sundowner at King Street Arts Centre
, 357 Murray St Perth from 3.30-5pm on Friday, 15 March 2013
to assist Producers interested in submitting a production into the Shows on the Go selection process. RSVP your attendance by Monday 11 March 2013 to firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone 08 9200 6200.
For more information about Shows on the Go or to submit your production into the selection process contact a member of our Touring Team on 08 9200 6200 or email email@example.com
Mangkaja Arts Resources Agency Arts Co-ordinator
Mangkaja, a vibrant Aboriginal Art Centre located in Fitzroy Crossing. The Art Co-ordinator is responsible for coordinating the arts development and exhibition programs and also to assist in the delivery of our cultural program. The role is ideally suited to an experienced arts practitioner/teacher with knowledge of the Aboriginal arts industry and is seeking to work in a dynamic and challenging role in remote Australia.
Applications close Monday 11th March 2013
For more information on Mangkaja please refer to www.mangkaja.com
. For a full position description and selection criteria, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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NAIDOC Week Theme and Poster Competition
The theme for NAIDOC week 2013 is "We value the vision: Yirrkala Bark Petition 1963".
The National NAIDOC Poster Competition is an opportunity for talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to have their artwork, based on the National NAIDOC theme, showcased across Australia as part of NAIDOC celebrations.
The 2013 National NAIDOC Poster Competition
is now open and you can submit your artwork along with the completed poster competition entry form.
Entries close Friday 29 March.
For some inspiration, check out the winning entry for the 2012 national poster competition
28th Chelsea International Fine Art Competition
Regional Broadcast of the Importance of Being Earnest
Black Swan State Theatre Company is continuing its successful live broadcasts in 2013 with a third installment: The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde.
It will be broadcast live on Friday, 22 March 2013 at 7.30pm
from the State Theatre Centre of WA in Perth to regional WA audiences over the Westlink network.
The live broadcast of theatre performances is an opportunity for thousands of regional WA citizens who cannot attend Black Swan performances, because of distance or financial constraints, to share a state-wide ‘live’ experience within their own home or community.
Tickets to see the live broadcast at regional venues are $10.
Contact your local venue for tickets.
Dorothy Erickson Her Mother's Daughter
Kep Koondarminy; Family Day 2013
2013 Portrait Show Front Room Gallery
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