Jobs and opportunities in the Canberra arts scene

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IT’S that time of the year in the Canberran arts scene when opportunities for work and exhibiting open up.

M16 Artspace is looking for talented individuals experienced in arts management and exhibition programming to fill the positions of Executive Director and Exhibitions and Promotions Coordinator. It’s a not-for-profit organisation that houses 27 studios, 3 galleries and 5 work spaces. Contact Emily Casey or David Sequeira,, to receive job descriptions and selection criteria. Applications are due on Monday, September 24.

ANCA, Australian National Capital Artists Inc, is seeking a part-time arts administrator. ANCA is an artist-run initiative supporting over 40 artists working in 35 purpose-built non-residential studios. The studios range in size from 32 to 100 square metres with the option of shared or single occupancy. For more information, the duty statement and selection criteria, contact Annika on 6247 8736 or

THE Gallery of Australian Design (GAD) is providing the opportunity for curators, designers and artists to submit an exhibition proposal that will take place in the 2015 calendar year. GAD promotes and presents Australian design through exhibitions, talks and events held in its new facility located in Kingston. Areas of design include: architecture, landscape architecture, product design, communication/graphic design, environmental design, information technology/digital design, fashion and textiles, industrial design and ‘creative thinking’ projects. Applications close on September 20. Visit

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