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Arts & Community Internships

We're launching at new Internship Program for young people aged 18 to 25 looking for a career in the creative industries and/or the community development sector.

This program is designed to help you get the skills and experience you need to find work in the areas of the arts and/or community development. Internships are project-based, with each intern supported to develop and deliver an arts and/or community development project. Interns will have access to a project budget to enable them to bring their project idea to life.

For more info, go to INTERNSHIPS

 

Centre Manager - Arts & Community

Louis Joel Arts & Community Centre in Melbourne’s West near the popular Altona Beach, is looking for an experienced and passionate Manager who will make a difference to our community.

As the Manager of a growing Centre, you are responsible to the Board for the operational, financial, community and development outcomes of the Centre while leading a small team.

The successful candidate will be able to ensure the Centre, partnerships and programs meet the changing needs of the local community and will have suitable tertiary qualification in Community Development, Arts & Culture management or a relevant field, along with relevant expertise in arts & culture management and community development roles with a minimum 5 years’ experience.

Centre Manager Position Description and Key Selection Criteria.pdf

To find out more contact Kim Reilly on 0409 382 510

Applications close at 5pm on 30th Jul 2021. To apply go to: APPLICATIONS

 

Culture in Cafes

Join us for this series of informal workshops and gatherings in cafés across Hobsons Bay. Sessions coming up in August include doodle art, author talks, social chat, crochet, photography, creative writing and cafe book club.

Sessions are free — You buy your first drink and we'll get your second.
 
We are also running a series of social media for small business workshops.

To see what's on, go to ljac_cultureincafe

Download a copy of the August Culture in Cafes Program.

 

 

Not Ready to Say Goodbye

Vicki Milliken