APPLY NOW TO BE A 2019 WOW REPORTER!

The Way Out West Children’s Festival is the premier interactive festival celebrating young people’s curiosity and imagination. The festival features some of Australia’s leading artists creating work with, by and for young people and is delivered by Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.

The WOW Kids Reporters is an exciting media program for children 8 to 12 years and includes training in event reporting, filming techniques and interviews. Coordinated by CuriousWorks, WOW Kids Reporters are supported to work as a team to film the 2019 Way Out West Festival at the Casula Powerhouse.

Again this year, we are looking for 8 kids from WESTERN SYDNEY who would like to be a WOW Kids Reporter.

As a WOW Kids Reporter, you will have the opportunity to work with the CuriousWorks team who will train and support you with the role, including filming, reporting and for the FIRST TIME a LIVE broadcast of the festival as it happens.

To apply, you must be:

  • 8-12 years old
  • Living in Western Sydney
  • Available for TWO half days of training before the festival – last week of June + first week of July
  • Available to attend TWO days of the WOW Festival on 10th July & 12th July

Applications close 31 May 2019!

To apply, please use the form here:

Or you can answer the questions below and directly email us – wowkidsreporters@gmail.com

  1. What is your name?
  2. What is your age?
  3. Where do you live?
  4. Why would you like to be a WOW Kids Reporter? (20-40 words)
  5. Describe yourself in 3 words (for eg. Curious, Kind, Cheeky, Responsible, Energetic, Creative, etc.)
  6. Lastly, TAKE A PHOTO of something that is WOW to you. And send it to: 0406 244 719

Find out more about the WOW Festival here

CHECK OUT WHAT OUR YOUNG REPORTERS GOT UP TO LAST YEAR

CuriousWorks is a unique community arts and media organisation that identifies, nurtures and builds the next generation of storytellers, artists and media makers from Western Sydney.