Putting the Nation on Stage

Opportunity : Createability Internship Program

July 30, 2018

Applications are now open to join the Createability Internship Program. The program is a strategic partnership between Create NSW, the Department of Family and Community Services, Accessible Arts and a range of major arts and screen organisations including National Theatre of Parramatta.

The Createability initiative is an open-ended policy commitment by Create NSW to work across the arts, screen and cultural sectors to grow participation for practitioners with disability.

The Createability Internship Program includes customised training for up to eight participants with disability, facilitated by the leading arts and disability organisation, Accessible Arts, followed by paid internships in major organisations across the arts, screen and cultural sectors. These host organisation partners include the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art, Campbelltown Arts Centre, ABC, SBS, Nine, Carriageworks, National Theatre of Parramatta, Animal Logic, Goalpost Pictures, Jungle Entertainment and Art Gallery of NSW. Industry training partners include AFTRS and Bus Stop Films.

The internships will be in a variety of creative and technical areas in the arts & cultural sector and screen production, including marketing, curating, production, front of house, arts administration, public programs, art department, camera and sound, writing, producing, editing and more.

Eligibility
Applications are open to any NSW based person with disability, over the age of 18, who has been actively engaged in or seeking a career opportunity in the arts, screen and culture industry. Applicants are encouraged from people with all levels of previous experience including those new to the workforce.

Apply
Applications will close at 5pm on Friday 24 August, to apply click HERE.


For more information call Amelia Carew-Reid or Josipa Draisma at Create NSW by email to amelia.carew-reid@create.nsw.gov.au or Josipa.draisma@create.nsw.gov.au or on (02) 8289 6418.