There's an exciting internship available at the Australian Centre for Photography (ACP), Australia's leading organisation dedicated to the practice and appreciation of photography and photo-media. 

If you're interested in working closely with ACP's curator on a major exhibition that explores social justice and environmental issues, then we'd like to hear from you. 

This unique opportunity involves assisting one of Australia’s most highly regarded photojournalists with organising, scanning and cataloging negatives. You will contribute to the selection of works and preparation for this significant 2017 survey exhibition.

You will need to be well organised, self-motivated and able to take direction, and have excellent computer and research skills.

This internship will suit someone currently enrolled in a Museum, Archives or Curatorial Studies degree or with relevant work experience. 

Start date in October/ November 2016, days and times to be negotiated as this is a voluntary position.

Please email a cover letter and CV to and contact ACP Curator Claire Monneraye with any questions.

Applications are due Friday 30 September 2016.