Do you want to learn new skills? Do you want to meet new people and network?
We can help you by helping us.
For the last twelve years, Head On Photo Festival has showcased local and international photographers across the city transforming Sydney into a cultural hub for photographic practitioners and enthusiasts. Each year, we present dynamic and free public programming to wide audiences; exhibitions, talks series, workshops, and more.
All of this is only possible because of our amazing team of volunteers. If you would like to get some behind the scenes experience from one of the world’s leading photography festivals, meet interesting people from around the world and make new friends, please express your interest below.
Each festival takes over a year to organise and we could use your help all year round. We are looking for anyone keen interested in office administration, marketing, business development, social media and graphic design.
These are hands-on roles and a great opportunity to work in a high-paced team environment.
Installation of exhibitions start in the last week of October and continue into the first week of November. De-installation starts Monday 15 November.
These are hands-on roles and a great opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes peek at the curatorial process in action. Experience using basic tools is not a requirement but certainly a bonus.
Do you like chatting to people? Join our team of festival hosts to mind galleries, collect visitor feedback, recommend exhibitions to visit and answer any questions.
If you like big crowds, surprises and a party atmosphere, then our Festival Launch is the place for you. We have a variety of opportunities; if you hold a current RSA we'd love you to help with the bar or deliver drinks to our special guests. If you like chatting to people or have retail experience, we have roles to meet & greet, collect feedback, provide information and sell merchandise. We also have roles to generally assist the event producers and Head On team.
Image credits: Moshe Rosenzveig, Stephen Godfrey, Steve Marshall