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Jobs and Opportunities

Accessible Arts is committed to advancing opportunities for people with disability or who are d/Deaf to develop and sustain professional careers in the arts.

Arts practitioners with disability or who are d/Deaf are encouraged to apply for the below positions and opportunities. The organisations listed have demonstrated a commitment to provide access where possible.

Creative Opportunities

Brand X – Ground Zero Performing Arts Residency
Brand X invites LGBTQI+ artists with disability or who are d/Deaf to apply for performing arts residency Ground Zero. Five artists or groups will be selected to develop and perform a 10-15 minute work in a night of accessible performance as part of The Flying Nun and World Pride 2023. Artists of all levels of experience are welcome to pitch ideas that are new, developing or existing across performance, theatre, dance, movement, spoken word, drag, physical theatre and more.
Applications close Wed 16 November.

Online Art Friends Project – Musical Opportunity
Creatives Collective are looking to play the work of musical artists with disability during the creative part of the meeting as background music while people work. They will be paying $5 per play per work. A maximum of 10 songs/pieces will be played each month (mixed artists). Details of the songs played will be available to people attending Online Art Friends and in the marketing material each month.

Musician / Artist Opportunity
Ability Beyond Boundaries is looking for a musician or artist who would like to collaborate with a lovely team of people with disability in developing lyric writing skills. If you have a passion to utilise your experience and musical talent to support song writing for people with disabilities, contact Zhila Hasanloo via mobile 0428 307 052 or email People with disability are encouraged to apply and be involved.

Showcast – Casting Opportunities
The Casting Guild of Australia together with Showcast have launched a free professional tool aimed to increase the representation of performers with disability or who are d/Deaf by showcasing the pool of talent to industry professionals. The dedicated platform will be hosted on Showcast’s website and be made available to national casting directors, agents and producers, and include self-taped video footage of individual performers, as well as a headshots and CVs.

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