Still Here is a lab which privileges the visibility of LGBTQIA+ creatives in Western Australia - including visual artists, theatre makers and writers - and encourages a sense of collaborative communication. Five local artists will be selected to work with a team of professional artists, curators and arts workers between February and April 2019.
Apply to be a stallholder at the 2019 KickstART Market, during KickstART Festival Day! This year, we are partnering with Perth Makers Market and we have an exciting opportunity for young budding entrepreneurs under the age of 26.
Young Scandal Magazine is an anthology of written and artistic work designed to give an authentic view of what it means to be a young person in Western Australia. We care about what young people have to say which is why our management team and contributors are all aged between 14 and 20 years old.
We’ve discovered new desk space in the office and we think it would be perfect for a brand new Communications Officer! Are you a passionate and creative person that knows the ins and outs of social media, can whip up copy like a dream, enjoys graphic designing and can tell a good story?
Pitch us your idea and you might be programmed into our festival!
We have reserved a very limited number of programming slots for next year’s festival to give you the chance to pitch to us your project idea and why you think it would offer a valuable experience for the young people of WA.
A Film Festival for films written, produced by and starring University students and young adults from Western Australia. This festival gives opportunities for students and emerging film makers to express their creativity and prowess in screenplay, production and post-production of films.
The Worn Out Worn Art (WOWA) showcase is to be held at Midland Junction Arts Centre on Saturday 24 November. A celebration of creative thinking and environmental consciousness, the WOWA parade captivated audiences for 13 years at its previous home at the annual Darlington Arts Festival.
Propel is offering three long-term (6 months, November 2018 until April 2019) internship opportunities for the 2019 Youth Week WA KickstART Festival. As a Propel intern you will be offered entry-level work experience and mentoring that is tailored to help you kickstart your career pathway.
Presented by Tone List sounding together offers a chance to be immersed in listening, playing, making and exploring as a group over a long weekend in regional Western Australia. Joined by Sydney-based artist Jim Denley, we will spend time together, creating new art and music, starting collaborations, and allowing the unexpected to happen.
The Ship for World Youth (SWY) is a unique international youth exchange and leadership program that allows participants to challenge their comfort zones while learning communication, leadership and cross-cultural communication skills.
Entries for the City of Nedlands 2018 Emerge: Youth Art Awards are now open with a $2,000 prize pool up for grabs.
Now in their sixth year, the awards are coordinated by the Nedlands Youth Advisory Council and open to people aged 12 to 25 for two-dimensional art works using print, photography, painting, drawing or other methods.
Propel is hiring a Creative Coordinator for the 2019 Youth Week WA KickstART Festival. We are looking for someone who is passionate about youth arts, has excellent networks within the WA arts industry and is not afraid of a challenge.
Propel Youth Arts WA is seeking applications from young and emerging artists (aged 12 - 26) who want to gain valuable performance opportunities in public spaces within the City of Perth.
YACWA are calling out to Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, migrant and refugee young people to apply to be apart of Shout Out.
Shout Out is an incredible opportunity for indigenous and CaLD youth to confidently share their stories and experiences to captive audiences. As a speakers you'll also be booked and paid by Gov and non-gov organisations!
Applications close on 25th of June.
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.
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.
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.