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Job Opportunity | Perfect Light Art Curator, Broken Hill City Council

This role will seek to actuate Broken Hill’s ‘Perfect Light’; a place where art (performing, literary and visual) is the manifestation of culture. Your curatorial expertise will assist Broken Hill to become an iconic place where audiences are actively involved and engaged, and where creators interpret, curate and invent new artworks. Read more

Job Opportunity | Gallery Officer, Maitland Regional Art Gallery

Maitland City Council is responsible for providing a wide range of services to Maitland and its growing population. Council is seeking motivated professionals to complement its dynamic and diverse workforce. Maitland Regional Art Gallery aims to deliver high quality, energetic and accessible art, cultural programming and enjoyment for the growing community of Maitland and its visitors and deliver its business within a sustainable growth framework. Read more

Job Opportunity | Creative Projects Manager, Outback Arts

The Creative Projects Manager will work as a key member of the Outback Arts team to accomplish the organisation’s strategic vision, delivering the artistic program. The Creative Projects Manager is responsible for the implementation of the Outback Arts program of activities as guided by the comprehensive three year business plan. Read more

Job Opportunity | New England Conservatorium of Music, Director

The New England Conservatorium of Music (NECOM) are currently seeking an outstanding new Director for the award winning tier 1 conservatorium of music. NECOM has been providing a focus for music education and performance in the Armidale and broader New England region for over 14 years. Read more

Job Opportunity | Griffith Regional Art Gallery, Public Programs Officer

The role of the Public Programs Officer is to attract new and retain existing audiences to the Griffith Regional Art Gallery, beyond traditional arts audiences through the development of public programs (workshops, artist talks etc.) and educational activities which complement the Gallery’s annual exhibition calendar. Read more