Inclusive performing arts ensemble Echo Collective are looking for young artists to join the group
- Echo Collective are seeking performing artists with disability between the age of 18 and 35 to join the group.
- The group meets at Phoenix Youth Centre, 72 Buckley St, Footscray, 10 am - 1 pm every Wednesday.
- Echo Collective is funded through a fee for service. Arts Access Victoria is a registered NDIS provider.
- For expressions of interest, please contact Geoff Robinson, Arts Access Victoria Coordinator/Creative Producer, on 8640 6010 or at [email protected] by Friday 15 February.
Don't miss out on this great opportunity to become part of an inclusive youth performance group that focuses on project development and outcomes in the performing arts.
Echo Collective brings young people with disability and from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds together in their commitment and passion for art-making and performing. The group is led by the participant artists, with the support from professional theatre makers from Arts Access Victoria, providing participants the opportunity to have a strong say in the direction of the group and to build skills in performance development, production and outcomes.
Winners of the Maribyrnong Inclusive Recognition Award for Best Inclusive Art Group, Echo Collective’s performance works include Voyage, Arts Centre Melbourne (2017), Leap for Melbourne Fringe Festival (2016), Light Up (2015), Roar Through Me, video work (2014), Night of Terrors, Phoenix Youth Centre (2014) and Boxed, 100 Story Building (2013).
Echo Collective is produced by Arts Access Victoria in partnership with Maribyrnong City Council.
For any media enquiries, please contact Arts Access Victoria Communications & Marketing Coordinator Pilar Ruperti at [email protected] or on 03 8640 6007.
Image credits: Echo Collective, Voyage, Arts Centre Melbourne (2017). Photo by Margherita Coppolino.
Image description: three young people dancing under a blueish green spotlight.