Regional Arts Development Central West NSW

Venice Biennale sector opportunities now open

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Closes 19 October. From the Australia Council for the Arts. Applications are now open for two professional development opportunities coinciding with Australia’s participation at the 59th Venice Biennale.

For the Venice Biennale 2022, the Australia Council is inviting applications for invigilators of the exhibition in the Australian Pavilion.

Marco Fusinato is the artist commissioned for Australia’s national representation at the Venice Biennale 2022. The exhibition is curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor. Read more about the 2022 artistic team here.

The Australian Pavilion invigilation program is a professional development opportunity open to Australian citizens, based in Europe or the United Kingdom. The program provides development and employment opportunities for Australian’s based abroad during this challenging time.

BIENNALE DELEGATES PROGRAM

Applications open: 10 August 2021
Applications close: 3pm AEST 21 September

The Biennale Delegates Program is a professional development opportunity for early-career arts and cultural workers based in Australia. The 2022 theme is re(situate), an offer to refocus and reposition as we step into this next era in international engagement within the visual arts.
 
This edition will counterpoint the prevailing legacies of foundational biennale models with emergent and regionally specific modes of practice tethered to the Asia Pacific region.

Participants will engage with program facilitators through online labs and an in-person residency in NSW.
 
The Australia Council are inviting applications from the full spectrum of the visual arts industry. This includes but is not limited to cultural producers, artists, writers, technical producers, philanthropy coordinators, engagement and community development and curators.

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PAVILION INVIGILATION PROGRAM

Applications open: 10 August 2021
Applications close: 9am CET 19 October 2021

The Australian Pavilion invigilation program is a professional development opportunity open to Australian arts and cultural workers based in Europe or the United Kingdom. The program provides development and employment opportunities for Australian’s based abroad during this challenging time.
 
Participants will have the opportunity to advance their skills in exhibition invigilation and arts administration; to be exposed to different approaches to contemporary visual arts practice; and to build networks that aim to foster future collaborations and exchanges.

Be the key interface between audiences and Marco Fusinato’s exhibition in the Australian Pavilion.

We are offering two types of placements for the program:
Attendant Manager
Pavilion Attendant

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