DEADLINE : 25th September, 2015
Public art is a key contributor to Brisbane’s reputation as a vibrant and active new world city, and one that attracts people to live, work and invest.
To assist in the delivery of high quality artwork throughout the city, Brisbane City Council is seeking applications from talented curators to be listed on the Register of Pre-Qualified Suppliers for Curatorial Services.
This register is an exciting opportunity for experienced curators to be listed with Council. It allows different program areas to select curators for future art commissions. When different Council areas have upcoming projects they will select curators from the register and request expressions of interest.
Brisbane City Council is seeking applications from curators with experience in public art or community art projects. Successful applicants will have a demonstrated ability to develop and deliver high quality and well researched curatorials or cultural assessments. To be listed on the register you will need to have a sound understanding of contemporary art practice and critical discourse, artists, as well as strong links and recognition within the arts industry.
Interested curators are encouraged to obtain more information and apply at:
Tender documents will be available from Monday 31 August 2015. In order to be able to download the tender documents, interested suppliers will need to register their details. Your registration will take around two days to process.
The closing date to lodge applications is Friday 25 September 2015.
For further information, applicants can contact Kaylene McGill, Senior Urban Designer at (07) 3178 5002. If you are having any problems with accessing the tender documents or completing an application, please contact the Business Hotline 133 BNE (133 263).