How the Brisbane Olympics will redefine the Arts Sector

30 Jun


​As Brisbane heads down the 'green and gold runway' to the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, there is an exciting opportunity to supercharge Brisbane and Queensland’s arts and cultural profile globally.

A vital part of integrating arts and culture for Brisbane’s future, Brisbane Festival's commitment to making the impossible possible for audiences, artists and industry is stronger than ever.

While the Festival has always provided development opportunities across the full breadth of our program from internships, to sector specific training, and supporting and facilitating the growth of local creatives and companies, we are thrilled to launch the Brisbane Festival Capacity Building Program, an initiative supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

Offering exciting new paid opportunities for emerging arts workers, a host of positions are available across key festival areas, including the Technical, Programming and Sound departments. 

Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work alongside leading artists and arts professionals in the development and delivery of significant new works, including the world premiere season of BANANALAND, an all new Australian musical comedy by two of Australia's most talented contemporary composers, Kate Miller-Heidke and Keir Nuttall, and directed by industry giant Simon Phillips. 

We invite you to seize the opportunity and be part of a culturally unifying force that celebrates, inspires and build connections through the arts. 

We invite you to be Boldly Brisbane.

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