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Fringe World Festival Perth

The largest annual event in Western Australia!


FRINGE WORLD is a summer celebration held in Perth and Western Australia each year. It is the largest annual event in Western Australia and attracts over 900,000 people through paid and free events.

The 2019 FRINGE WORLD Festival will run for 31 days from 18 January to 17 February.

The festival is all about offering a variety of entertainment for everyone. Including events and acts of music, dance, comedy, visual arts, theatre and much more. With a combination of local Western Australian talent as well as performers and artists from all over the world.


About your role – Chief Executive Officer

The ARTRAGE CEO leads an organisation with a proud history and a track record of success in the Perth arts and culture community. The role is supported by experienced executives and Board members who have dedicated significant portions of their lives to ARTRAGE and Fringe World.

Artrage and Fringe World are cemented as major institutions in Perth and the CEO is tasked with the responsibility of capitalising on that background while setting the long term vision with the executive and board, and taking an appropriate role in ensuring the ongoing success of the team and the organisation.

The CEO is responsible for maintaining the values and reputation of the organisation while building long term strategy and ensuring delivery of a vibrant festival and calendar of activities. The CEO leads a team of people who are rightfully proud of being core ongoing members of the organisation they have created.

Living and Working in Perth

Australia’s sunniest capital city, Perth effortlessly blends urban cool with raw natural beauty. Its heart is bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, and is also home to Kings Park – one of the world’s largest inner city parks.

Just a short drive away are the beautiful wineries of the Swan Valley and a string of stunning beaches where you can watch amazing sunsets and even swim with wild dolphins. Little wonder The New York Times declared Perth a ‘hipster haven’.