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Theatre Kimberley is hiring... 

Do you love the arts? 

Do you enjoy working with diverse communities?

Are you excited by the challenge of a wide range of tasks?  

If so, we'd love to hear from you. 

We are looking for a part-time Programs and Productions Assistant 


Our ideal candidate will want to work 8 to 10 regular hours per week, with the ability to increase their hours during busy times around our productions and projects. 

A job description and selection criteria can be found here Programs and Productions

If you have any role specific questions or would like to discuss, please email Meredith Bell 


To apply and for any general questions, please email Jael Johnson 


Please include: 

1) a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and telling us a little bit about why you're interested in the position (no more than 2 pages)


2) your resume/cv 


Application deadline - midnight Wed 26 June 2024

Thank you!

A WA State Cultural Treasure - Chris Hill

We are delighted that Chris Hill was granted a WA State Cultural Treasures Award on 7 Dec 2022.

These awards acknowledge outstanding lifelong contributions by WA artists to their art form and the community and community arts organisation. 
Many people in Broome know Chris, and there would be very few Broome locals who haven't enjoyed his work over the years, possibly without even realising. For those of you who'd like to know more about this tall, Welsh, artist, maker and space transformer, here's a short snippet of his life so far. 

Photo and video by Paul Bell - Feral Films 

In 1983, Chris graduated from Curtin University with a BA in Fine Arts (Painting and Printmaking), but it was not  until the 1990s that Chris found his true passion − not behind the scenes but making them.


Over the years he has honed his craft and expanded his horizons to become the go-to man in the Kimberley for props and sets. He has created work for Theatre Kimberley, Goolarri Media, Marrugeku Dance, Magabala Books, Shinju Matsuri Festival, Perth Festival and Barking Gecko Theatre.


He has also built sets for ‘Bran Nue Dae’, ‘Jandamarra’s War’ and ‘The Circuit’.


In 2020, Chris Hill and his partner Gwen Knox were appointed patrons of the 50th Anniversary Shinju Matsuri Festival in recognition of their enormous contribution to the arts over three decades.

Please click image below for a short video that was played at the award night. 

Chris's video for Cultural Treasures Award night Jan 23.JPG


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