"The Biennale of Sydney plays an indispensable role in Australia’s engagement with the world, and a meaningful role in the life of the nation. In 2018, it attracted visitation of more than 850,000, the highest level in the Biennale’s 45-year history"Jo-Anne Birnie-Danzker, Director and CEO
Biennale of Sydney
The Biennale provides a platform for art and ideas and is recognised for commissioning and presenting innovative, thought-provoking art from Australia and around the globe.
Since its inception in 1973, the Biennale of Sydney has showcased the work of nearly 1,800 artists from more than 100 countries and holds an important place on both the national and international stage.
Board of Directors
Kate Mills, Chairman
Naseema Sparks AM FAICD
Jo-Anne Birnie-Danzker, Director and CEO
Mami Kataoka, Artistic Director 21st Biennale of Sydney
Isabelle Morgan, Assistant to the Director and CEO
Barbara Moore, Deputy Director and Head of Development
Hannah Brunskill, Development Coordinator
Sarah Hetherington, Benefaction Manager
Samantha Jones, Grants Coordinator
Danielle Devery, Head of Exhibition
Stephanie Berlangieri, Curatorial Assistant
Caroline Geraghty, Exhibition Manager
Alex Lucas, Assistant Registrar
Nadya Sinyutina, Exhibition Coordinator
Tai Spruyt, Curatorial Research Manager
Aden Wessels, Technical Production Manager
Nina Trofimova, Head of Finance and Administration
Lucy Latella, Volunteer Coordinator
Haitian Liu, Accountant
Roisin Lynagh, Administration Coordinator
Claire La Greca, Marketing Manager
Siân Davies, Marketing Assistant
JD Reforma, Web & Social Media Coordinator
Melissa Ratliff, Curator, Programs and Learning
Liz Bradshaw, Learning Coordinator
Join the Team
The Biennale of Sydney is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity in the workplace.
- Head of Development (Parental Leave Cover)
The Biennale of Sydney is seeking a highly skilled candidate to lead the Biennale’s development team. The position offers the rare opportunity to take a senior role in a small, highly ambitious organisation that plays an indispensable role in Australia’s engagement with the world, and a meaningful role in the life of the nation.
Applications close 5 pm, Wednesday 1 August 2018.
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The Biennale of Sydney offers a limited number of vocational and internship placements as part of its commitment to developing the next generation of Australian artists and arts administrators. These placements are offered to help students or recent graduates meet the requirements of their Australian-based educational or training courses; and to enhance vocational skills in the arts sector.
We are not accepting internship applications at this time.
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