Penrith City Council is ready to open the creative and professional development initiative ‘DiG’ to multi-disciplinary
digital artists/designers in Western Sydney. The initiative provides a nurturing space for participants who have studied in the arts to receive creative
and professional mentorship during their entry into the professional arts industry.
For young emerging professional artists, becoming established in the arts and creative industries can be both challenging and isolating. DiG assists up and coming artists build a sustainable career through a series of 16-week residency and mentorship programs. These programs are hosted by well-established professional
artists/creatives who are willing to share their hard-won knowledge of the industry.
Applications for the DiG mentorship program
The council is looking for applicants who are within their first 5 years of professional practice from a mix of digital disciplines including: sound designer/composer/musician;
image maker (illustrator/photographer); visual storyteller (animator/film-maker/videographer/motion designer); graphic designer. Placements will be
limited to up to 5 creatives per program. For more information click Here.
Become a Mentor
The DiG program seeks is looking for talented creatives with experience in one or more of the following: formal teaching in the arts industry, mentoring,
creative producer/arts director and or working within the creative digital industries. For more information click Here.
Expressions of interest are open until 5pm Sunday 23 July 2017.
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- 17 Jul 2017
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