FAC has a small and dedicated team who are committed to providing a world class arts service.
Casual Positions Available
FAC is currently recruiting for the following casual roles:
- Events Assistant – Applications close Fri 30 July
- Finance / Admin Assistant
- Learning Program Art Tutor
- Exhibitions Installation Coordinator
- Exhibitions Installation Officer / Technician
Click the links above for more information and details about how to apply.
All other employment opportunities at FAC are advertised via the City of Fremantle website.
Director Anna Reece
With over 15 years’ experience across the Australian not-for-profit arts and cultural sectors, with a focus in major multi-arts festivals, Anna brings her innovative, strategic and dynamic leadership style to FAC.
Anna is highly respected for her commitment to commissioning new Australian work and leading capacity development across the sector.
Prior to joining the FAC team, Anna worked as Executive Producer at Perth Festival, playing a key role in nurturing its artistic vision and strategic direction. Anna joined the Festival in 2014 to produce Perth’s most successful and memorable event The Giants in 2015.
Anna has also worked as General Manager and Co-CEO of the Darwin Festival (2011 – 2014). She is a Board Director for the Chamber of Arts and Culture WA and Circuit West, and the Chair of PVI Collective. Anna holds a Bachelor of Dramatic Art in Production from the National Institute of Dramatic Art, is a member of the Atelier European Festivals Association alumni, a recipient of the Chief Executive Women Australia Scholarship for Emerging Leaders and is a graduate of the Australia Council for the Arts Leadership Program.
Curator Glenn Iseger-Pilkington
Renowned for his deep respect and curiosity for artists, Glenn – a Nhanda & Nyoongar man – brings 15 years’ experience working with First Nations artists across Australia and has held positions across state galleries and museums developing collections, exhibitions and engagement frameworks nationally and abroad.
Prior to joining the FAC team, Glenn founded his own arts consultancy, GEE Consultancy, and held curatorial roles at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, WA Museum Boola Bardip and the South Australian Museum.
Glenn says, "Curatorially I am interested in the power of truth-telling and in employing exhibition-making to reveal place-based narrative, and narrative of the people who navigate these spaces – stories of Walyalup, Boorloo and greater Western Australia. In telling these stories we highlight our difference, our nuance, but importantly, we explore our shared humanity, and all that connects us to each other."
"FAC has always made itself a safe place for artists, ideas and discourse, and I am looking forward to continuing this work with the team, delivering a program of meaningful opportunities that support artistic excellence, encourage experimentation, bolster artistic careers and create space for underserviced artistic communities and audiences.”
City of Fremantle Art Collection Curator
- André Lipscombe
Exhibitions and Engagement Coordinator
- Emma Buswell
Revealed Exhibition Coordinator
- Jane Chambers
Exhibitions Install Coordinator
- Tom Freeman
Residencies & Studio Coordinator
- Bevan Honey
Moores Building Exhibitions Manager
- Richie Kuhaupt
- Deborah Byrne
- Silvia Ferolla
Studio Tech & Learning Assistant
- Holly O'Meehan
- David Craddock
- Pia Chomley
Marketing & Communications Manager
- Andrea Woods
Communications & Content Officer
- Rosamund Brennan
- Sofia Antonas
- Christine Lofthouse
- Danielle King
- Caroline Brook
- Sheridan Coleman
- Joanna Brown
- Amy Perejuan-Capone
- Rose Megirian
- India Mehta
- Jenny Dawson
- Betty Poulsen
- Ruby Talbot-Dunn
- Joanna Brown
- Amma Bunting
- Rhianna Eileen
- George Gregson
Facility & Program Assistant
- Aaron Lyons