Work with us
Ainslie and Gorman offers a challenging and exciting environment for arts professionals with the ambition to make a difference.
- Attend meetings (approximately 1 every 4-6 weeks) as scheduled by the project coordinator,
- Be willing to participate in the meeting discussions and put forward your insights and ideas,
- Work alongside the Resident Disability Inclusion Committee (comprising of 6 key resident organisations based at AGAC) to offer feedback, insight, criticism, advice, perspectives and opinions to create a more inclusive and accessible arts centre
You don’t need to be an expert. What matters to us is your willingness to contribute to the ongoing discussion about access and inclusion in the arts. Each DAC member will receive a small stipend of $150 per meeting. Travel allowance to attend the meetings is also available if required. To express your interest in being a part of the Disability Advisory Council, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 8th March at 5pm. Please include a 100-200 word document, video or audio message addressing why you want to be on the council and what problems you’d most like to see addressed regarding arts access for people with a disability in Canberra. You can also contact Adelaide Rief or Ruth O’Brien on (02) 6182 0000 for more information The above information can be downloaded as a Word document here: Disability Advisory Committee – Position Description. An audio recording of the above text can be listened to below.
Arts Administration Services
Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres offer a range of professional services to artists and arts organisations, including auspicing for artists and community groups seeking administrative services to receive and manage grants. In our role as arts centre managers, we have developed the specialist administrative expertise to auspice grants professionally, reliably, and with an understanding of the unique needs of artists and creative communities. To find out more about our auspicing program, please contact us
Work Experience and Interns
If you are thinking about a career in the arts, Ainslie and Gorman offer tertiary students the unique opportunity to work with experienced staff members at our multi-art form centres. We accept applications from students studying arts and cultural management, event management, technical production, and other related fields, to undertake a secondment or work experience placement with us. We also accept applications from secondary and college students studying technical production. Applications to undertake a work experience placement with Ainslie and Gorman are open year-round. Successful applicants will have a tailored placement according to the field and level of study. Placements are generally project or event-based and supervised by a key member of Ainslie and Gorman staff. We can also broker introductions to our member organisations, who also offer opportunities from time to time. Work experience at Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centre is an invaluable opportunity to learn from experienced arts centre staff about programming, producing, marketing, communications and operating in a multi-arts context. To apply, download the Work Experience Application Form.
Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres’ Volunteer Program provides individuals with the opportunity to support us in the delivery of high quality arts programs at our multi-arts centres. We are looking for enthusiastic and highly motivated individuals, who have a passion for the arts and are interested in gaining industry experience. We have plenty of volunteering opportunities in areas such as front of house, arts administration, artist liaison, food and beverage, and event coordination. You will meet new people, learn new skills, and be part of a team that supports some of Canberra’s finest artists, arts organisations and audiences. If you are interested in submitting an expression of interest, or if you would like further information, please contact email@example.com.