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3 November 2016

Creative Victoria is supporting four Victorian curators and visual arts managers to gain valuable professional experience at the 2017 Venice Biennale.

Australian Pavilion in Venice

The Australian Pavilion located within in the Biennale's prestigious Giardini. Photo: John Gollings 

Positions for two Indigenous Emerging Curators, one Indigenous Exhibition Team Leader and one Venice Biennale 2017 – Exhibition Team Leader are jointly supported by Creative Victoria and the Australia Council for the Arts.

Successful applicants will work in the Australian Pavilion during Tracey Moffatt's exhibition at the 57th Biennale 2017. Tracey Moffatt is the first solo Indigenous artist to represent Australia in Venice.

The positions will assist in the management and curatorial support of Tracey Moffatt's exhibition in Venice next May, curated by Natalie King with Commissioner Naomi Milgrom AO.

This increased support for international engagement, professional development and Aboriginal practitioners reflects emphases within the creative industries strategy, Creative State.

Applications can be made through the Australia Council online grants portal and close at 5pm on Wednesday, 23 November 2016.

Visit the Australian Council for the Arts website for details