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Closing: 30 Jun 2024

Theatre, Arts Programming

Director of Production

Deaf Indigenous Dance Group dancers Leslie Footscray, Nathaniel Murray and others rehearsing in Cairns, 2021. Photo: Sean Davey. A black and white photo of First People dancers rehearsing in a room.

Deaf Indigenous Dance Group celebrates 27-year history at State Library

The Far North Queensland Deaf Indigenous Dance Group empowers d/Deaf First Nations artists through Culture and dance.

Closing: 12 Jun 2024

Marketing and Communications

Marketing Coordinator


 $50,000 - $70,000


Social Media, Communication

Two Aboriginal men dance together, both dressed in orange prison overalls. One, fully dressed and with a shaved head, supports the other man, who has curly hair and is shirtless, his overalls tied around his waist.

Remounting a Stolen Generations story told through dance

Remounting ‘The Other Side of Me’ has allowed NT choreographer Gary Lang to enrich its beauty and potency, he explains.

Performances & Gigs

Legs On The Wall

Now and Ever

A free aerial performance inside Quay Quarter Tower co-directed by Frances Rings and Joshua Thomson. Live music by William Barton

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Closing: 3 Jun 2024

Customer Service, Administration & Coordination

Service Delivery Assistant


 $40,000 - $50,000

Performances & Gigs

Bangarra Dance Theatre


From two of the world’s great First Nations comes Bangarra's first cross-cultural collaboration production - Horizon.

Performances & Gigs

Lake Macquarie City Council

'Hear Me' by Catapult Dance

Catapult's Intergenerational performance incorporating professional performers, emerging artists, young people from Catapult's Community

Priscilla Queen of the Desert. A couple of drag queens and a transwoman stand on stage in front of an orange backdrop and a prop bus. They are in extravagant costumes and are holding hands.

Musical review: Priscilla Queen of the Desert – the musical, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

This accomplished jukebox musical served as a reminder of how far society has (and hasn’t) evolved. 

A natural rock formation in the rough shape of a window looks out over a river and surrounding Nanda Country. Two children wearing Akubra hats sit in the window, their backs to the camera.

APAM heading to WA

The Australian Performing Arts Market will be hosted in Western Australia by PAC Australia in 2026, 2028 and 2030.

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