Image: Catapult mentee Anna Gore at ACE Open, 2021. Photograph Sia Duff.
We’re hiring. Be part of our powerhouse team.
Guildhouse is seeking an experienced and motivated Program Producer to develop and deliver artist-led programming across mentorship, residency and exhibition opportunities.
Do you have experience working with artists in an arts administration and program delivery capacity? Are you a self-motivated, sector-engaged person with excellent attention to detail?
We have a full-time 2-year contract for a Program Producer working within the Guildhouse Programs team.
Reporting directly to the Artistic Programs Manager, this position will liaise with artists and external partners and plays a vital role in delivering artistic and career development initiatives.
The Program Producer will play a key role in supporting the delivery of mentorships across the Catapult and reVision Tech Mentorship programs. The Program Producer will ensure the smooth and successful delivery of workshops, residencies and exhibition curation through the ART WORKS program in collaboration with the City of Adelaide, and Yungondi program with the University of South Australia.
Guildhouse is a not-for-profit organisation that supports visual artists, craftspeople and designers to build and maintain sustainable careers. Our programs deliver online and in-person opportunities for artists to connect, develop new work and build their practice. We partner with South Australia’s key museums, galleries, artist-run-initiatives, and educators to ensure our staff and our programs offer best practice and relevant connections.
The Guildhouse Program Producer is an opportunity for an experienced producer or arts administrator to work with South Australia’s leading artists and organisations.
The role is based in the Adelaide CBD and offered as a full time 2-year contract at 37.5 hours per week. Guildhouse supports flexible arrangements including working across our two office spaces and scheduled working from home.
Guildhouse is an inclusive and diverse workplace and encourages applications from all backgrounds.
Please note this position works with external partners who require staff, artists and installers to be vaccinated.
How to apply:
Please provide a cover letter addressing the selection criteria (maximum 2 pages), Curriculum Vitae with 2 referees, email to email@example.com
For enquires please contact Debbie Pryor, Artistic Programs Manager on 08 8410 1822 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications close Monday 24 January, 9am with interviews expected to be scheduled Thursday 27 January.
We thank the Ian Potter Foundation for their ongoing support, and acknowledge their important contribution to the creation of this position.