Editor (Publications Coordinator)
Full-time, permanent position
Curatorial and Digital Division
Reports to the Senior Editor (Publications Manager)
Overview of the Division
The Curatorial and Digital Division is one of four divisions at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA). The purpose of the Curatorial and Digital Division is to initiate, develop and deliver the presentation and care of artworks and the ideas they generate, respecting the centrality of artists and art in those processes. Members of the Curatorial and Digital Division collaborate to conceive, research and deliver all of MCA’s exhibitions, offsite projects, commissions, displays, exhibition and collection publications and digital programs, as well as caring for, maintaining and developing the Collection that sits at the heart of MCA’s offer. Within Curatorial and Digital, there are four clusters: Collection and Exhibitions Management, Curatorial, Publications, and Digital.
Overview of the position
The primary purpose of the Editor (Publications Coordinator) is to provide editorial overview to all textual material produced by the MCA for its online, in-gallery and print publications. This includes exhibition and collection publications, as well as online properties including mca.com.au, MCA.ART and related MCA project-specific websites. The Editor (Publications Coordinator) will be responsible for ensuring the quality, relevance and accessibility of MCA text content in line with the MCA Interpretation Strategy, Digital Engagement Strategy, and MCA Online Content Guide.
The Editor (Publications Coordinator) will report to the Senior Editor (Publications Manager) and work closely with the curatorial team and other content producers across the Museum.
To learn more about working with the MCA and how to apply please visit our website.
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