About the role
The Biennale of Sydney is one of the leading international contemporary art events in the world. Established in 1973, it is the third oldest biennial in the world after Venice and Sao Paulo and the largest exhibition of its kind in Australia.
The 22nd Biennale of Sydney (2020), titled NIRIN is artist and First Nations-led, presenting an expansive exhibition of contemporary art that connects local communities and global networks. NIRIN will take place from 14 March 8 June 2020.
Volunteer opportunities include:
All volunteers will take on the role of Exhibition Host. As well as an additional role of interest from the below:
- Access Host
- Program Host
- Exhibition Assistant
- Research Assistant
How to Apply:
To learn more about our volunteer opportunities and to apply please visit our website: https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/get-involved/volunteer/
If you would like to receive the application form in another format, please contact Ashleigh or Kristin on the contact details provided.
The Biennale of Sydney values the individual worth, uniqueness and diversity of all people. We seek to remove barriers to participation in our volunteer program that will enable all people to meet their full potential, and experience meaningful involvement with the Biennale.
Our Volunteer values are:
- Being inclusive and respectful of people from all backgrounds
- Connecting through common interests
- Being kind and compassionate to others
- Supporting creativity and curiosity
- Learning together through sharing skills and knowledge
The Biennale of Sydney welcomes people from all backgrounds and interests to volunteer. All candidates between the ages of 16-75 years will be considered.
All public transport travel expenses will be covered within the Sydney region (including bus, train, ferry and lightrail services) from 14 March – 8 June 2020.
About the organisation
How to apply for this role
For details concerning this role , please contact
Phone : 02 8484 8111
Please quote in application: Volunteer – 22nd Biennale of Sydney (2020) via Pro Bono Australia.