Propel is looking for an emerging WA artist and young leader to provide the creative spark and artistic direction for the Youth Week WA KickstART Festival. Through working directly with young people to create a large-scale arts festival, the Creative Coordinator has the ability to change and shape people’s lives!
We're very excited to be working on a special project for National Science Week this year, and we've brought a familiar face on board to help us put it together: Zal Kanga-Parabia! Propel will develop and deliver a STEM-focused cross-sector flagship event to celebrate the opening of National Science Week in WA on Saturday 10 August... and we want YOUR input!
Are you aged 12 - 26 and looking to develop skills and experience in your creative field? You can make new contacts, work with people in the industry and learn more about arts management by challenging yourself to build your own project from the ground up. Apply for a Drug Aware YCulture Metro Grant, secure up to $3000 and make your project idea a reality.
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 in Western Australia.
Hidden Movements is a creative development program where up to 10 young dancers across Perth and the Mandurah region will work under the guidance of local dance artist Bernadette Lewis to develop their skills in choreography, improvisation, and performance.
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?
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.
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.