First Nations Lead - Associate Producer
First Nations Lead - Senior Producer
Strategic Projects (Creative Victoria)
Manager - Partnerships & Operations
ILBIJERRI Theatre Company
Aunty Nancy Bamaga
Black Drum Productions
Ali Murphy Oates, Lily Shearer, or Liza-Mare Syron
Rotating position, Moogahlin Performing Arts
What does the APAM Office do?
The APAM Office is open year-round, serving as both a physical and figurative welcome desk for inbound visitors to Australia. The Office serves as the Australian-based hub for market intelligence about and for the contemporary performing arts - facilitating the exchange of insight, networks and opportunities between Australian and international artists, presenters and partners.
I'm an Australian artist travelling overseas. How can APAM assist me?
Get in touch with the APAM Office before your trip and let us know where you're headed. We can introduce you to a curator, presenter, or producer from that region who has an interest in Australian artists and work. We can also connect you with a fellow artist who has recent experience in the region you're visiting for their tips and recommendations.
When will APAM announce details of future Gatherings?
Rolling announcements will confirm each Gathering. This flexibility across APAM’s five-year program is a great way to take advantage of the lessons learnt in the new APAM model. It also allows APAM agility to respond to changes in the festival sector — and new opportunities and resources — that may not be on the horizon yet.
How does APAM and the Australia Council for the Arts intersect?
APAM is a strategic initiative of the Australia Council for the Arts, designed to showcase Australian and New Zealand contemporary dance, theatre, emerging and experimental arts nationally and internationally. APAM works closely with the Australia Council for the Arts’ International Development Consultants to ensure that national and international priorities are met.