Join Create NSW and Accessible Arts for an information session on the Createability Internship Program.
The Createability Internship Program is a partnership between Create NSW and Accessible Arts and a range of NSW-based arts, screen and cultural organisations, to develop strong career pathways for people with disability.
The session will include previous successful Createability interns who will discuss their internships, the application process and how to put your best application forward. Speakers include Sofya Gollan (Screen NSW), David Everist (Create NSW) and 2022 Createability Interns Sammy Pinto and Jeremy Lowrenčev.
This information session will be followed by a Q&A where you will have the opportunity to ask questions about the internships and application process.
Where & When
Wednesday 7 September
FREE Online Event: Registrations Essential
This event will be Auslan interpreted and have live closed captioning.
If you have access requirements, please advise us when registering. We may need 72 hours notice to accommodate your requirements. Please take this into account when registering.
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Createability Internship Program Applications
Applications for the 2022/23 Createability Internship Program close Monday 26 September.
Click here to read the Createability Internship Guidelines and for details on how to apply.
About the Speakers
Sammy Pinto is a queer, POC, dyslexic, filmmaker, living and working on Gadigal Land. Sammy completed her Createability internship with Sydney Opera House during Vivid Festival, working with the broadcasting team. She worked on Vivid live concerts/shows and online education programs, trying different roles such as vision switching and camera operating. After graduating high school, Sammy studied at Sydney Film School, where she majored in cinematography and sound. Since then, she has worked on short films, music videos, feature films, television, and commercials. Sammy’s main area of work is within the camera and lighting teams.
Jeremy Lowrenčev is a proud Deaf artist from Western Sydney, who is determined to intertwine the Australian Deaf Culture with the Australian Arts Culture. His passion for expression, creativity and messing with social norms is shown through his credits. Jeremy’s recent credits include ‘Animate Loading’ at Casual Powerhouse & Pari with Riana Head-Toussaint’, and ‘Dear Australia’ with Spark Youth Theatre as part of the Greenway EDGE festival. Previously, Jeremy took on the title role of ‘Sam Newton’ in the film, ‘Illustrating Sam Newton’, directed by award-winning Lily Drummond. Realising the significant effect of playing one’s true self and owning your disability and identity, Jeremy strives for Deaf inclusion and authentic representation in theatre, film and cultural events.
This online webinar will be using the Zoom online conferencing platform. We’ll email you the Zoom link the day before the event. All you have to do is click on the link, follow the prompts and you’ll be part of the event.
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This event will be Auslan interpreted and have live closed captioning. For more information or to specify any access requirements to participate in this event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Image description: 2018 Createability intern Joel Pragnell stands on the colourful set of ABC’s Play School. Image courtesy of Joel Pragnell.