HEAD OF EXHIBITIONS
ACMI, Australian Centre for the Moving Image
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Extraordinary opportunity to lead a flagship exhibition programme at one of Australia’s leading cultural organisations.
HEAD OF EXHIBITIONS
A world-class cultural and creative centre, ACMI explores art, film and digital culture through a vibrant programme of exhibitions, film screenings, live events and online programmes.
This key post is a member of the senior executive team and reports directly to the director/chief executive officer. This post drives our ambitious programme of permanent, special and touring exhibitions and the international networks and partnerships that support these.
The head of exhibitions leads our curatorial and production teams to research, develop and deliver an innovative programme of the highest quality exhibitions and interpretive materials. These engage a wide range of audiences, contributing centrally to our overall cultural and financial success.
We are looking for a creative, dynamic person to lead this exciting significant and influential programme. Driven by a passion for the moving image, you will have a strong contact network among international cultural institutions, studios, artists and makers, and be recognised for your curatorial track record.
You will bring extensive experience in leadership, project management and business planning, along with communication, influencing and negotiation skills of the highest order.
A full position description is available in the employment section of our website www.acmi.net.au/employment.htm and further enquiries regarding this position can be made by contacting Janet Riley, Head of Human Resources on +613 8663 2269.
Applications should address the key selection criteria within the position description and be submitted together with a brief resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about ACMI, please go to our website www.acmi.net.au.
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