What is Fuse Productions?
Fuse Productions is a committee of passionate and dedicated young people whose tireless efforts see more than five all-ages, drug, alcohol and smoke-free events held every year in the City of Kingston. As a youth-led program, the Fuse Productions committee is responsible for the decision making, planning and running of live music and cultural events whilst being supported by Kingston Youth Services staff.
Why join Fuse Productions?
Being a member of a FReeZA Program allows you to develop new skills, meet new people, develop networks in the music industry and, most importantly, HAVE FUN! You do not need to have any specialist skills or knowledge to be involved, we just ask that you share our passion for creating inclusive and accessible events that meet the interests and needs of young people in the community.
Who can join?
If you would like to join Fuse Productions as a committee member you must be aged 14-25 and live, work, study or recreate in the City of Kingston. Fuse Productions meets on a weekly basis from 4-6pm on Thursdays (times can vary depending on committee members availability) at Kingston Youth Services, Southland. Events are held on various days, however generally these will occur on Fridays and Saturdays.
What is FReeZA?
FReeZA is a Victorian State Government initiative that provides funding to organisations across the state. This financial assistance ensures affordable, accessible and safe opportunities are provided to young people aged 12-25 in order to participate in live music and cultural events, either as a committee member, performer or a member of the audience.
To find out more about FReeZA visit www.freeza.vic.gov.au
For more Information contact Kingston Youth Services on 1300 369 436