News • Communications Coordinator


Above: 'djillong dumularra', installation view, Artspace, Sydney, 2021. Photo: Zan Wimberley

The Communications Coordinator is responsible for promoting and profiling Artspace through publishing, marketing, public relations, media, social media, strategic partnerships, production and brand management.

Ever changing, ever challenging, Artspace is a place where audiences meet the artists and the ideas of our times.

Artspace is one of the leading institutions for the production and presentation of contemporary art in the Asia-Pacific.

Artspace’s mission is to enhance our culture through a deeper engagement with contemporary art. Embracing risk, experimentation, criticality and collaboration, Artspace’s multi-platform program facilitates new commissions, exhibitions, performances, artist residencies, public programs, publishing and advocacy.

Underpinned by a commitment to reflecting and advancing social and cultural diversity, Artspace catalyses new artistic visions and enables artists of all generations to test ideas and shape public conversations. 

For more information, including Selection Criteria, download the Position Description below.

Position Description


  • Current resume of no more than five pages, including two referees

  • A cover letter of no more than one page addressing your suitability for the position

  • Answers to the following two targeted questions (no more than 500 words each):

  1. What experience have you had working with external stakeholders and at what level?

  2. This role is required to develop communication materials that are reflective of Artspace’s vision across artistic programming and business development. Provide an example of a time you have delivered a challenging communications project which involved interpreting information in a dynamic and fast-paced environment with strict deadlines. What strategies did you use to ensure the quality, accuracy and timeliness of your work?

Artspace is committed to equity and inclusion and welcomes applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people of all abilities, and people from LGBTIQ+ communities.

Applications including a cover letter, addressing the two targeted questions, CV and two referees should be submitted by 6pm Monday 14 March 2022 to:

Enquiries can be directed to Michelle Newton, Deputy Director, 02 9356 0555 or