Centre for Creative Health Curatorial Fellowship

with the Royal Adelaide Hospital and the Hospital Research Foundation

Helpmann Academy is thrilled to be partnering with the Centre for Creative Health (CCH) based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) to offer the Centre for Creative Health Curatorial Fellowship.

The Curatorial Fellowship with the CCH will provide the successful applicant with the opportunity to work with an established team in a unique, state-of-the-art health precinct over the period of 12-months. The program will include developing an understanding of the day-to-day requirements of working as a curator within an Arts in Health environment, with the outcome of curating an exhibition within one of the dedicated gallery spaces at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.

Outcomes for the applicant:

  • Curate an exhibition in one of the RAH’s commercial galleries
  • Establish an understanding and competency in basic arts administration
  • Gain experience and an understanding of the complexities involved in working within an Arts in Health context

The Fellowship is a 12-month paid position for 2 days per week, commencing in July 2019. The successful applicant will work with the CCH team to coordinate and curating various programs across the several exhibition spaces located within the RAH.

The Centre for Creative Health Curatorial Fellowship is open to visual artists, up to five years following their final year of study from the Helpmann Academy’s partner institutions.

The successful Fellow will receive a payment of $20,000 for the 12-month period. The program will run from July 2019 to June 2020.

For more information:
Contact Helpmann Academy on (08) 7089 0720 / [email protected]

Header image: The Bessie Davidson gallery, artwork by Emily Lauro.

              


Applications for the Centre of Creative Health Curatorial Fellowship have closed.