ACCA’s 2024 volunteer program is now accepting applications.

Volunteering at ACCA is a great way to gain an understanding of the daily operations of a leading public arts institution, build contacts and networks in the visual arts industry, learn about ACCA’s artistic and public programs, and become part of the ACCA community.

ACCA’s Volunteer Program aims to provide an overall understanding of gallery operations, focusing primarily on visitor experience within ACCA’s exhibition spaces, as well as supporting programming and events. We aim to ensure the experience of volunteering at ACCA is positive, purposeful, engaging and mutually beneficial to all involved. 

ACCA is an inclusive employer that values diverse perspectives and lived experiences. We are committed to providing a positive, flexible and supportive workplace and to embracing access and inclusion initiatives across the organisation.

We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, people from LGBTQIA+ communities and people from culturally diverse communities.

Read more in the Position Description here.

Submit your application via this short online form, including a brief response about why you would like to volunteer at ACCA.

Applications close: midnight, Sunday 28 April 2024
Group interviews: Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 May 2024


Internship positions for 2024 are currently filled.

ACCA has limited capacity to offer Internships. We aim to offer 1–2 curatorial internships per year either by application; in partnership with accredited academic programs and university placements; or when an individual’s area of study is closely aligned to a particular exhibition. We do not currently offer internships in other departments.

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Work Experience

Work experience positions for 2024 are currently filled.

ACCA offers two work experience placements each year for secondary students. Students gain understanding about all aspects of the organisation, while completing a self-directed project. Enquiries from prospective student applicants should be directed to

Vacant positions

There are currently no vacant positions. To keep up to date on future opportunities, please subscribe to our fortnightly e-news mailing list.