The Art Gallery of South Australia is looking for an experienced curator who brings passion,
vision and contemporary expertise to a Festival of national and international significance.
The Festival Curator will work as part of the team developing an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visual Arts Festival to be presented by the Art Gallery of South Australia in 2015. Working as part of a small team within the broader Art Gallery structure, the Festival Curator will be integral in delivering the artistic vision for the Festival.
Working under the Artistic Director, the Festival Curator will bring curatorial vision and help
lead and mentor other members of the Festival team to ensure that the 2015 Festival is a
cutting-edge contemporary event of national and international significance.
The successful candidate will have expertise in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and will have an impressive track record in the development of high quality exhibitions. They will also have a proven track record writing for exhibition catalogues, art journals and other scholarly publications.
Eligibility: Non Public Sector Employees may apply.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
Business Unit: Art Gallery of South Australia
Salary range: $72,201 - $80,435 (PO2)
Duration:1 May 2014 to 31 December 2015
Closing date: 5:00pm, 11 April 2014
Applications to be lodged online at http://www.dpc.sa.gov.au/jobs-dpc
Please refer to the Position Description for the entire scope of essential and desirable criteria.
Enquiries to: Mimi Crowe, Executive Producer, Art Gallery of SA firstname.lastname@example.org or 8207 7197.
We are rich in diversity and committed to developing an inclusive workplace culture. Applications are strongly encouraged from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and from people who contribute to the diversity of our workforce.
detail: Clarice Beckett, Hawthorn Tea Gardens, c.1933, Melbourne, Gift of Sir Edward Hayward 1980