Statewide Createability Internship Program opens 20 September

2018 Createability intern Joel Pragnell on the set of ABC’s Play School. Image: courtesy Joel Pragnell

2018 Createability intern Joel Pragnell on the set of ABC’s Play School. Image: courtesy Joel Pragnell

The NSW Government is calling for applications for the Createability Internship Program, an initiative designed to develop strong career pathways into the arts, screen, and culture sectors for NSW artists and practitioners with disability.

The Createability Internship Program is a three-year commitment which will be delivered through Create NSW, in partnership with Accessible Arts and a range of NSW-based arts, screen and cultural organisations.

Createability internships are open to any NSW-based person with disability or who is d/Deaf, who has been actively engaged in or seeking a career opportunity in the arts, screen and culture industries.

The program includes customised training for up to 10 participants, followed by paid internships for up to 120 hours in major arts, screen and cultural organisations.

Practitioners with disability at all stages of their career in the arts, screen and cultural sectors are encouraged to apply. Applications open on Monday 20 September and close at 5pm AEST on Monday 18 October 2021. Visit this webpage for more information and guidelines.

Image credit: 2018 Createability intern Joel Pragnell on the set of ABC’s Play School. Image: courtesy Joel Pragnell
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Published: 9 September 2021