employment

Working at the Art Gallery of WA

All vacant positions are advertised on the Jobs WA website. Some may be advertised in The West Australian and/or Australian newspapers, and/or other specialist publications and websites.


We are committed to developing an equitable and diverse workforce that is representative of the Western Australian community at all levels of employment.

Indigenous Australians, young people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply for positions at the Art Gallery of Western Australia.

We currently have a vacancy for an Indigenous Community Liaison and Project Coordinator who will work on the exciting Desert River Sea project, which is a joint initiative between the Art Gallery of Western Australia and Rio Tinto (Future Fund). It provides an exceptional opportunity to become involved in this new visual arts initiative, a six-year project (now in its second year) encompassing research of Kimberley Indigenous artists and a commitment to building long-term relationships that will extend well beyond the duration of the project.  This position is advertised here on the Jobs WA website.

 

Volunteering

As well as offering paid employment, the Art Gallery of Western Australia offers voluntary work. Volunteers are those people who choose to engage in specified unpaid activities within the organisation for the benefit of the community, themselves and the Gallery. Voluntary work is not restricted to students, with most volunteer work undertaken at the Gallery is by seniors who add value to the extra services we provide.

Voluntary service at the Art Gallery of WA offers a unique and rewarding opportunity for those interested in the arts. Volunteers can experience first hand the wonderful State Art Collection, increase their knowledge and meet artists and arts professionals whilst helping the Gallery fulfill its role as the premier arts organisation in the State.

Find out about volunteering at the Gallery and download an application form.

 

 

 

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