YOU ARE HERE IS A CURATED FESTIVAL WHICH EXISTS TO SHOWCASE THE BEST OF CANBERRA'S DIVERSE INDEPENDENT AND EXPERIMENTAL ARTS AND CULTURE.
You Are Here is calling you out
You Are Here is Canberra’s festival of experimental and emerging arts. We produce events that highlight the strange, risk taking and playful nature of the ACT arts scene, as well as its sheer excellence.
If you’re an artist who loves to challenge themselves and be challenged, use unusual spaces, if you want to blur the boundaries between art forms, if you’re excited to interact and collaborate with other artists in unpredictable ways, then we want to talk to you!
We’re looking for both event ideas and artists. Introduce yourselves to us at email@example.com, or just tip us off as to which local creative communities you think we should know about!
Call out closes 31 October 2014.
You Are Here is looking for our new Production Manager!
You Are Here is looking for an enthusiastic and well-organised Production Manager to work with us in the lead up to and during our annual festival, taking place from 18-22 March 2015. While the successful applicant should be enthusiastic and knowledgeable about art and culture in Australia, he or she must ultimately have a good head on his or her shoulders for all things production and event management.
The Production Manager will coordinate the delivery of production requirements for the festival. The role includes the management of all aspects of the production of the festival including providing advice to festival producers and artists, developing production documentation, managing staff, sourcing and managing production resources and producing festival events and projects. It will involve oversight of the production budget under the supervision of the Operations Manager. The Production Manager will ideally make a positive and significant contribution to the success of the festival.
The position is offered on a contract basis with flexible hours in the lead up to the festival, moving to full time immediately before and during the festival. The contract fee is dependent on funding and will sit between $1500-$3000. YAH provides public liability insurance and workers compensation for our staff.
Applications are due by 5pm on 7 November 2014.