Bundanon Trust is about to undergo a significant transformation, with the construction of a new gallery to exhibit its modern and contemporary art collection, educational facilities and associated accommodation, café and attendant visitor facilities. The Head of Curation and Learning, as part of the Trust’s executive leadership team, will play a key role in the development of an expanded narrative for Bundanon as a significant contemporary arts and cultural centre in Australia.
You will contribute to the development of the new gallery as a place of national and international significance, be responsible for the shaping of the exhibition and tour programming, oversight of the collection, archive and heritage environment, including the Arthur Boyd Studio and Homestead, guide the Trust’s unique creative learning environment for residential and day students and continue to develop our Artist in Residence and innovative public programs. This new role will strategically lead the management of the Trust’s curatorial and education team, manage key stakeholders and undertake special projects as required. It is also responsible for ensuring that Bundanon Trust’s protocols are followed when dealing with artists or undertaking community liaison, in particular with regard to Indigenous communities, as well as ensuring compliance with accepted national museums standards, accountable principles in the research and assessment of provenance and due diligence in relation to acquisitions, collection development and loan programs.