The Associate Curator, Residencies, Learning and Outreach is a newly created and multifaceted role that will provide a high level of curatorial support and advocacy for artists in the residency program and build on Artspace’s expanded programming capacity through the new Learning Studio that will form part of the major capital redevelopment of The Gunnery building.
Read below for more information and how to apply
Applications close 5pm, Monday 22 August 2022. Please note that late applications will not be accepted.
Ever changing, ever challenging, Artspace is a place where audiences meet the artists and the ideas of our times.
Artspace is one of the leading institutions for the production and presentation of contemporary art in the Asia-Pacific.
Artspace’s mission is to enhance our culture through a deeper engagement with contemporary art. Embracing risk, experimentation, criticality and collaboration, Artspace’s multi-platform program facilitates new commissions, exhibitions, performances, artist residencies, public programs, publishing and advocacy.
Underpinned by a commitment to reflecting and advancing social and cultural diversity, Artspace catalyses new artistic visions and enables artists of all generations to test ideas and shape public conversations.
For more information, including Selection Criteria, download the Position Description below.
To apply, please submit the following documents in a single PDF:
Applications should be submitted by 5pm on Monday 22 August to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enquiries can be directed to the Executive from Wednesday 3 August – Friday 19 August on 02 9356 0555, or by contacting Yuanyu Li email@example.com to arrange a meeting time to discuss the role.
Artspace is an inclusive employer that values diverse perspectives and lived experiences. We are committed to providing a positive, flexible and supportive workplace and to embracing access and inclusion initiatives across the organisation.
We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, those identifying as LGBTQIA+ and people from culturally diverse communities.