PERFORMANCE SPACE FESTIVAL PRODUCER
Applications close 5pm Wednesday 27 July 2022
We are currently seeking two energetic and detail-focused Festival Producers to help us deliver a suite of projects for our annual Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art. Liveworks is our flagship festival held at Carriageworks in October, presenting experimental and interdisciplinary art from across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
The Festival Producer reports to the Senior Producer and will be responsible for delegated projects, events and activities throughout Liveworks. The Festival Producer will work within the small Performance Space team and lead the delivery of key works for Liveworks, as well as overseeing administrative and reporting responsibilities related to the festival.
This is an exciting opportunity to take a role in the future of experimental art in Australia and the Asia Pacific. For further information, please see the Position Description below.
To enquire about and/or apply for the post of Festival Producer, please call Kate Britton, our Senior Producer on 02 8571 9102 or email firstname.lastname@example.org during business hours.
To apply for the post of Festival Producer please send us:
We will only accept applications by email. Please use the subject line ‘Festival Producer application’. Email your application to email@example.com
The deadline is 5pm, Wednesday 27 July 2022. Interviews will be held in the following week.
Performance Space is committed to equality and diversity, through our program of activities and as an employer. Our practices and procedures aim to reflect the varied needs, expectations and culture of all members of our community. We make every effort to ensure that no member of the community receives less favourable treatment in our recruitment or when accessing our services on the grounds of gender, gender identity, disability, race, religion or belief, age or sexual orientation.
Image Credit: Marcus Whale and Anthea Thebus, Performance Contemporary at Sydney Contemporary, 2019, Photographer Zan Wimberly