Event Dates: 18 March – 5 June 2016
Held every two years, the Biennale of Sydney is a three-month long exhibition, with an accompanying program of artist talks, performances, forums, guided tours, family days and other special events.
Since its inception in 1973, the Biennale of Sydney is an international reference in contemporary visual art and has provided a major platform for innovative contemporary art, showcasing the work of nearly 1700 artists from over 100 countries.
This year, from 18 March 2016, the 20th edition again features Cockatoo Island and also Sydney’s leading galleries, museums and exciting alternative spaces.
To find out about the 2016 program – visit the Biennale website
Do you love art or just want to be part of an iconic international event? Join the VOLUNTEER TEAM and be the face of the Biennale! – read on to find out how to sign up
Roles include –
Artist Project Assistant (positions have been filled)
Public Programs and Education Assistant
Exhibition Aide (positions have been filled).
There really is a role for everyone and it is the perfect way to experience a famous international event!
Shift requirement – minimum of 6 shifts, throughout the duration of the exhibition.
Benefits – Volunteer T-shirt, certificate of appreciation and thank-you party.
To sign up to volunteer head to – https://www.biennaleofsydney.com.au/20bos/about-us/volunteer/
Why do you need to go to a different website to sign up for this opportunity? The Biennale of Sydney Volunteer Program is managed by the Biennale in collaboration with Eventeamwork, through a separate CERVIS system. This makes it easy for volunteers to see all shifts available. That means that, if you are registered on the Eventeamwork CERVIS system you won’t be able to log in to the Biennale CERVIS system automatically, you need to register a new profile (see link above).
Applications close on the 25th Febuary – please ensure you have registered to volunteer before this date.
Please make sure you are logged out from your Eventeamwork CERVIS account and close the Cervis window, and then follow the link to The Biennale volunteer program page.