Dancehouse seeks a Program Producer

Melbourne dance organisationDancehouse in Melbourne is seeking a new Program Producer. Jessica Morris Payne, who has been serving in the role, is leaving the organisation.


Dancehouse wrote in a recent newsletter that Payne’s contribution to the organisation has been “invaluable” and that she will be “dearly missed by everyone.”


The new Program Producer will begin in February 2017. Reporting to the Artistic Director/CEO, this position plays a “pivotal role in the success of Dancehouse and its continuing leadership as Australia’s premier centre for contemporary dance.” The producer is expected to be a “passionate, creative and dynamic professional with the opportunity to directly contribute to advancing independent dance artists, to building dance audiences and inspiring creative living and thinking.”


The producer will play a key role in: developing the delivery of the Dancehouse artistic program; curating specific programs; coordinating the efforts of artists and collaborators; supporting performance seasons and events (marketing, licensing, programs documentation); managing application processes; assisting with contracts, travel, accommodation and visa requirements for visiting artists; and assisting the artistic director in partnerships and growing Dancehouse in general.


Candidates should have at least five years of significant experience at an equivalent level in similar roles in the contemporary or performing arts sector nationally. Applications are now open at


Dancehouse will also be opening its new dance studio in February, with the professional dance floor, mirrors and barres arriving just in time for the organisation’s 25th birthday.

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