Work

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BOARD

Liquid Architecture is inviting expressions of interest to join our Board of Directors.

Active since 2000, Liquid Architecture is a leading Naarm / Melbourne based organisation for artists working with sound and listening, hosting experiences at the intersection of contemporary art and experimental music, with a range of commissioning, presentation and publishing activities.

Our Board meets 6 times a year, working to support LA’s staff, steering our direction and development, ensuring that our organisational vision remains clear and vital, and contributing in myriad ways. We currently have positions open for Board Members with an interest in experimental music and sound, not for profit art sector, accessibility, governance, and more. Please get in touch if you’re interested.

EMPLOYMENT

Liquid Architecture are committed to reflecting the social and cultural diversity of our context. We are equal opportunity employers. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, LGBTQIA+ and culturally and linguistically diverse applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. We are committed to providing culturally safe spaces, and recognise that this is different for everybody. We work with our team to determine and adhere to cultural safety needs.

There are no positions currently available.

Internships

We offer internships each semester, in partnership with accredited academic programs and university placements. Typically, the internship supports our curatorial research, archiving, publishing or communication. Expressions of interest welcome at any time, please include your CV and a selection of work.

Volunteering

Liquid Architecture has limited capacity for volunteer opportunities. However, from time to time we do ask for help. To hear more, please subscribe to our newsletter, or write to introduce yourself.

Events

Eavesdropping

Tue, 24. Jul–Sun, 28. Oct 2018
The Ian Potter Museum of Art
Artists
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