When is the next Biennale of Sydney exhibition?

The Biennale of Sydney is presented every two years to the public across several venues around the city. The 20th Biennale of Sydney, under the direction of Stephanie Rosenthal will be presented in 2016 from 18 March – 5 June.

When will information be made available about the 20th Biennale of Sydney?

Information about the 20th Biennale, programs and events will be released before we open in March 2016. Sign up to our e-Newsletter to be the first in the know!

You can read about the exhibition, or browse the artist list on our website.

How do I get my artwork in the Biennale of Sydney?

The Biennale of Sydney does not formally call for proposals or submissions from artists wishing to participate. Participation and selection is made solely at the discretion of the Artistic Directors and within the parameters of the exhibition concept.

Where is the Biennale of Sydney presented?

Venues for the 20th Biennale of Sydney (2016) were announced at our media launch in 2015. Find out more about Biennale of Sydney venues.


I’m interested in being part of the Biennale of Sydney team – how can I get involved?

Current job vacancies and internships are advertised here. Or, find out more about being a volunteer.

I’d like to support the Biennale of Sydney – where can I find more information?

The Biennale of Sydney is made possible through the generous support from Government and Cultural funding bodies, corporate sponsors and individuals.

Find out how you can make a contribution.

When can I register my interest for an internship with the Biennale of Sydney?

Click here for up-to-date information on interning at the Biennale of Sydney.

My friend had a great time volunteering, when can I register my interest to volunteer with 19th Biennale of Sydney?

We’re currently currently taking applications to volunteer for the 20th Biennale of Sydney. Find out more and apply here.

I am a student doing some research on Biennale of Sydney – where can I find more information?

Information for students can be found under the Education section. Here you will find tailored information for students regarding the exhibition, artists and its themes.