un Editor vol. 17
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
Proposals are due by 5pm AEST Friday 18th Feb 2022
un Projects is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for an Editor/s for un Magazine Vol.17, publishing two issues, 17.1 and 17.2 in April and October 2023 respectively. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to take a leading role in the development and production of one of Australia’s most respected independent contemporary arts publications.
The un Magazine Editor will be contracted to deliver two issues in 2023 (April and October) and is responsible for the following tasks:
The Editor/s will:
Please fill out this form. Which will include your CV and a 1 x page PDF that outlines the following:
All short-listed applicants will be invited for an interview with members of un Project’s board.
un Magazine encourages applications from writers and artists who identify as Aboriginal and First Nations, as queer and/or trans, as having a disability, people of colour, and people of all genders.
un Projects does not currently have a physical office. As such this position will be required to work remotely. Applications Australia-wide are encouraged.
About un Magazine
un Magazine is a free, independent contemporary art magazine, founded in 2004 and published twice a year. Guest Editors have been appointed annually since 2008. It is printed in Narrm Melbourne, Australia, and distributed to art organisations, galleries and education institutions around the country and to selected outlets internationally. un Magazine is also published concurrently and with extended content online.
It is strongly recommended that you familiarise yourself with un Magazine and un Extended (our digital content), although at the same time your application doesn’t have to replicate past issues; we welcome new approaches and ideas.
un Magazine is published by un Projects, a collective based in Australia that aims to generate independent and critical dialogue around contemporary art.
un Projects is funded by the City of Yarra and Creative Victoria.
un Projects is based on the unceded land + waters of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation; we pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.