Gallery Services Officer - Position Vacant

About the Role

The Gallery Services Officer reports to the Gallery Coordinator and is responsible for providing high level administrative services to support Gallery operations. This includes but is not limited to, the provision of a high standard of customer service, managing the reception and volunteers, being the first point of contact for the Gallery, promoting public awareness of Gallery programs, facilitating administrative and retail services and responsibility for opening and closing procedures.

The role requires forward thinking and planning, strong organisation and time management skills, a warm personality and good people skills. The Gallery Services Officer must possess the capacity to work in a busy environment, and have a flexible approach to providing general assistance across various aspects of Gallery operations and have a high level of attention to detail, enthusiasm, and a sense of initiative.

This part-time position is for 21 hours per week to be worked on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

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  •  Images courtesy of Ben Wyeth Photography

  • Image courtesy of Ben Wyeth Photography

  • Image courtesy of Ben Wyeth Photography

  • Images courtesy of Ben Wyeth Photography

Jeremy Austin  |  

20 April 2017

Jeremy Austin joined us for a 2 hour skate graphics session, guided participants through creating their very own skate deck design. Participants learnt how to make an artwork from hand-drawn mark makings and to painting it onto a skate deck, so everyone walked away with an interesting and unique skateboard.

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Artist Bio

Jeremy is a local visual artist who works in a variety of mediums out of his studio in Lismore. A young Jeremy was busy soaking up the art of comic books, graphical science fiction books and Letraset lettering catalogues. Now a keen painter, illustrator, street-artist and a self taught screen-printer, Jeremy prints his artworks onto T-shirts and continues the exploration in mark-making by creating new works on canvas, paper and outdoors using recurring characters and motifs as a vehicle for the continued study into catatonic automatic drawing as well as muscle memory schematic drawing with the aim of bringing the immediacy of compressed line work from sketchbook to canvas to walls.

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Lucille Atkins is a jeweller/designer, currently studying at the Queensland College of Arts, Griffith University. Her objective is to create wearable jewellery/sculpture that uses already existing materials in an attempt to lessen her participation in the environmental degradation and human rights violation that can occur when any metal is mined.

Make sure to drop in to the Gallery Shop to see the range of Lucille Atkins we stock.

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