Four pre-service or early career teachers will be selected to attend and observe CSIRO Lab workshops at Scitech and be mentored by Dr Claire Pannell, along with other Scitech facilitators, during the Youth Week WA KickstART Festival.
To Tell Tales provides a rare platform for young people (aged 16-26) and seniors (aged 65+) in our community, to connect and learn from each other via the art of storytelling.
Hidden Movements is a creative development program, where up to 5 young dancers from all disciplines will work under the guidance of local dance artist Bernadette Lewis, to develop their skills in choreography, improvisation, and take their own individual artistic practices to the stage in a solo public showings at the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia during the Youth Week WA KickstART Festival.
The Heart of Glass Mentorship Program offers two emerging Design and Arts students a hands-on opportunity to work with incredible local artisans, and be guided through the delicate and arduous process of creating neon lettering which will be publicly displayed throughout the Youth Week WA KickstART Festival 2018.
Do you love the arts? Do you want to gain events experience? Do you want to contribute to Perth’s growing arts scene and have lots of fun at the same time? Then the Youth Week WA KickstART Festival might be the experience you need!
Calling all young creatives and innovative youth service providers, it's time to apply for a free market stall at the Youth Week WA KickstART Festival Day (Saturday 14 April) in 2018!
KSP’s memoir competition is open to WA young writers only and offers cash prizes and certificates. We will also publish all winners in our end of year anthology, with contributors to receive a free copy at the launch in December.
KSP’s annual national short fiction competition offers cash prizes and certificates. We will also publish all WA youth winners in our end of year anthology. All contributors will receive a free copy at the launch in December.
Express Media is delighted to present Tracks: a travelling pop-up program for young writers that brings the best of Express Media’s workshops, networking opportunities and special events to communities across Australia.
There is one month to go to enter the 11th Aesthetica Art Prize 2017, with major prizes including £5,000, a group exhibition, publication in an anthology and editorial coverage in Aesthetica Magazine. Submissions close 31 August 2017
The planning for WA Youth Week 2018 (formerly National Youth Week) is underway and we are now calling for nominations for the WA Youth Week Ambassador.
This is an exciting opportunity for a young person looking to inspire others and strengthen their leadership skills at a State level.
Propel Youth Arts WA is looking for a an emerging artist or creative worker to provide the creative programming impetus and artistic direction for WA Youth Week (formerly National Youth Week) within the Perth Metropolitan Area.
MAC is now inviting exhibition applications from visual artists and curators for consideration in their 2018 exhibitions program, encouraging applications from emerging, mid-career and established artists from across all disciplines and visual art forms, as well as curatorial proposals.
A desire to see young performers and artists discover and grow into their potential is the driving force behind The HotHouse Company, an innovative and engaging arts program that links people to industry professionals.
Propel Youth Arts WA is seeking applications from members to nominate for its Board of Management, offering exciting opportunities to contribute to the direction of young creative people within Western Australia.
Registrations to volunteer for the 2017 KickstART Festival are now open!
Do you love the Arts? Do you want to gain events experience? Do you want to contribute to Perth's growing arts scene and have lots of fun at the same time!? Then this is the Festival for you! The KickstART Festival 2017 will be held from March 31st - April 23rd.
It's that time of the year once again to apply for a market stall at the KickstART Festival Day in 2017! The KickstART Markets showcase the work of young people in our community and also spotlight the organisations that service young people in WA. Festival Day will run on Saturday 8 April 2017 from 10am – 6pm, in the heart of the Perth Cultural Centre. Apply now!
Each year, Propel sends sketchbooks to participants across Western Australia, ready to be cut, painted and inked, filled with designs, stories, drawings from young people across our vast State.
Are you a young artist aged between 16 and 26? Would you like to gain contacts, training, and experience in creating and installing your work in a professional space, as part of a curated exhibition? Register your interest in participating in KickstARTISTS in 2017!
Are you a budding artist? Do you want to create an image for the largest youth celebration in WA? Yes? We’re looking for YOU! Propel is on the lookout for a young artist to design a striking logo image for the KickstART Festival and National Youth Week WA 2017.
The Midnite Youth Theatre Company supports new and emerging writers and is asking for submissions for the 2016 MYTC Playwright Commission. The commission offers a successful playwright (or writing team) $3,000 to develop a short (45 - 60 minute) script suitable to be performed by actors aged between 14 and 21.
The Robert Juniper Award for the Arts is an annual award offered to a young person under the age of 35 with a strong connection to the Shire of Mundaring who excels at their chosen art form, whether that be visual arts, craft, performing arts, literature, film or music. Entries are due by 30 September with up to $9,000 being offered.
Propel is looking for enthusiastic volunteers aged 14-24 to come on board and assist with the planning and decision making for the 2017 KickstART Festival, in celebration of National Youth Week WA.
Join the Broome arts community for this annual event which showcases the best artistic talent every year. The Shinju Matsuri Art Awards receives more that 80 entries across various categories.