A unique institution at the heart of Melbourne’s iconic meeting place, Federation Square, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is Australia’s national museum of film, TV, videogames, digital culture and art. Welcoming over 1.45m visitors in 2015/16, ACMI is the most visited museum of the moving image in the world and the third most visited museum in Australia.

In the 2017-18 Victorian Government Budget, ACMI received $5million for the first stage of its redevelopment. In addition to developing designs for a major physical and technological overhaul of the Federation Square attraction, this funding will allow ACMI to further improve the current Flinders Street Entrance.

To support ACMI’s creative vision across our exhibition program and the redevelopment project we a number of curatorial opportunities to help deliver our curatorial framework and identify and craft the core stories only ACMI can tell. These are great opportunities to build your museum and gallery career in an organisation focused on audience advocacy, digital culture and community engagement.

You will join ACMI, bringing with you a proven track record of developing major cultural exhibitions, focused on high quality visitor experiences with excellent curatorial rigour that achieve audience outcomes. Your value will come from your ability to work collaboratively as part of a project teams; your knowledge of technology and interactive media integration as well as an appreciation for audience data and prototyping to refine curatorial thinking.


To apply for any of these great opportunities, go to the careers page on our website and follow the online application process. Applications should provide a 500 word response demonstrating their ability to meet the requirements of the role outlined within the position description and be submitted together with a brief resume.

Interviews will be held: 18 and 19 September 2017

For further information on this role, please refer to the position description listed on the employment section of our website www.acmi.net.au.