Opens 20 Sept. Closes 18 October. Createability Internship Program for NSW artists and practitioners with disability is calling for applicants for 2021/2022. Arts OutWest has been approved as a potential Host Organisation for this program.
Delivered in partnership with Accessible Arts, this exciting internship program has been designed to develop strong career pathways into the arts, screen and culture sectors for NSW artists and practitioners with disability.
The Createability Internship Program provides customised training for up to 10 participants with disability or who are d/Deaf, followed by paid internships in major NSW organisations across the arts, screen and cultural sectors.
Across the state the internships cover a variety of creative and technical areas in the screen and cultural sectors, including marketing, curating, production, front of house, arts administration, public programs, art department, camera and sound, writing, producing, animation and visual effects, and editing.
Applicants can select to work with Arts OutWest or one of the other listed host organisations.
Arts Out West are open to creating a program of experiences to fit the intern, which could include: general administration, graphic design, marketing and communications, exhibition assistance, programming, production management, research and events.
Guidelines available now https://bit.ly/3la8oMO
Applications open Monday 20 September and close at 5pm AEST on Monday 18 October 2021.
Create NSW is also hosting two webinars to get you up-to-speed on what the program is about, the application process and how you can put your best application forward. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions. Both sessions will be live captioned and have an Auslan Interpreter. The webinars are on Tuesday 14 September and Thursday 30 September 2021. Register now! https://bit.ly/3jRfEho
IMAGE: 2018 Createability intern Joel Pragnell on the set of ABC’s Play School. Image: courtesy Joel Pragnell
Image description: Createability 2018 ABC intern Joel Pragnell stands on the set of play school. He stands next to filming equipment and a camera, and he is looking down at the photographer smiling. In the background is a very colourful Play School set with the floor painted green for grass and the wall blue for the sky. There are colourfully painted abstract trees on the set also.