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Denmark Arts Council is hiring!
New year, new creative career…

Denmark Arts Council is seeking a Projects Coordinator
to join the team for our busy calendar of events in 2022 and beyond!

This position will work alongside other project staff to assist in the delivery of key events including the Denmark Arts Markets, the Denmark Festival of Voice, and Brave New Works Festival, as well as other projects, events, exhibitions and gigs, produced by, in partnership with, and supported by Denmark Arts.

The position is 2 – 3 days per week, $49,000 – $59,000 per annum (pro rata).

Applications close Monday January 24th, 9am.

We also regularly require casuals in a variety of positions including:

• Project Coordinators
• Project Managers
• Administration
• Marketing
• Documentation including film & photography
• Production / Tech Crew
• Production Management
• Site Crew
• Bar Manager
• Bar Staff
• Catering Staff
• Front of House Staff
• Ticket Sales & Cash Handling
• Crowd Management / Covid Marshals

We are accepting expressions of interest (EOI) for casual positions on an ongoing basis.

Due to the nature of our work, all staff are required to have proof of vaccination.

Applicants are required to provide a cover letter describing their suitability for the position, response to the Selection Criteria, CV, and 3 contactable referees.
Denmark Arts is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion and strongly encourages 
people with diverse experiences to apply.
Please send applications to the General Manager, by 9am Monday January 24th, 2022. For any queries contact Anna on 0475 179 077.

Denmark Arts Markets dates 2021-22 

11 December 2021  | 8 January 2022  

22 January 2022  | 16 April 2022

Saturdays, 9am – 3pm

Berridge Park, Denmark

Stall holder applications are now open!

Application forms available online here(opens in a new tab) on our website via ‘Project and Events’ – ‘Denmark Arts Markets’ – ‘Denmark Arts Markets Application’



Creative Leadership Program

15 – 16 February 2022

Regional Arts WA in partnership with Denmark Arts  are excited to invite you to participate in a dynamic, career developing, two-day Creative Leadership Program, right here in Denmark on 15 – 16 February 2022. 
Designed for organisations, community leaders, local governments, teachers, artists and creative thinkers in the [YOUR REGION], this intensive leadership program will give you the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to build and strengthen your creative leadership skills. 
Led by Dr Shona Erskine, a registered psychologist the program has been designed to help facilitate a culture of self-led leadership, collaborative leadership and community-led contribution, to specifically nurture the growth of leaders in regional WA.  
The program is delivered in two modules over two days: 

Creative practice skills that everyone can use, no matter the situation. These micro-skills are easy to access and research has shown you will have a better than even chance at being creative when you need to be. No background in creative practice is needed to develop these skills. 

Leadership processes for working with groups that need to think laterally and produce creative solutions. Creativity is most often a group endeavour! This module articulates the factors that guide groups toward creative solutions. 
Date: 15 – 16 February 2022
Time: 9am to 4pm 
Location: The Artshouse, 2a Strickland Street, Denmark WA 6333
More information email:

Light refreshments are provided throughout the two days. Participants are to arrange their own lunch. 
Denmark Arts Markets info and applications are still open and accessible!
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