New and Renewed Arts Positions in South Australia
Country Arts SA is proud to partner with two new organisations and renew two current partnerships to offer more jobs in the arts across regional South Australia as part of its Creative Communities Partnership Program for 2017-18.
These three-year partnerships include a new joint Arts and Cultural Facilitator position with the City of Victor Harbor and the District Council of Yankalilla, and a Creative Producer position with Carclew focussing on creating outcomes with young regional people aged 12-26.
In addition, the current partnership with the Australian Landscape Trust based in the Riverland, which explores outcomes with art and environment, has been renewed for three years and a one year extension has been offered for an Arts and Cultural Facilitator position in the Far West with the District Council of Streaky Bay.
Country Arts SA’s programming team currently employs 10 regional staff who work across the state from Streaky Bay to Mount Gambier. Arts and Cultural Facilitators support artists and arts and cultural groups in the community to develop activities, projects and programs.
This new partnership with Carclew will focus on delivering outcomes with regional young people across the state. The role complements other Producer roles in Visual Arts, Arts and Health and First Nations projects.
The successful partners will work with Country Arts SA to employ staff in regional South Australia. As a result of these latest partnerships, Country Arts SA will have an established network of 16 Creative Programming staff state-wide.