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Contemporary visual arts organisation with a special interest in new technologies, commissioning site-specific artworks and international collaborations. Organises exhibitions, educational projects, produces publications and carries out research. Works with a variety of local, national and international partners. Publishes agenda, giving details of its programme, three times each year. Offers access (by appointment) to libarary of artists' monographs, catalogues and art periodicals.
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The Exhibitions and Events Manager assists in the co-ordination and production of Iniva’s exhibitions, curatorial projects and public events, working closely with other Iniva staff as well associate curators, artists, freelance technical personnel and partnership organisations. Read full listing…
Iniva operates at the intersection of society and politics through the visual arts. We create exhibitions, publications, digital media, education and research projects engaging with new ideas and emerging debates which reflect the diversity of contemporary society.
The Exhibitions and Events Co-ordinator assists in the co-ordination and production of Iniva's exhibitions, curatorial projects and public events, working closely with other Iniva staff as well associate curators, artists, freelance technical personnel and partnership organisations Read full listing…
Head of New Media, c.£33k pa - this senior post is responsible for developing and implementing Iniva’s New Media strategy. You will curate and manage new media projects as an integral part of Iniva’s artistic programme. Exhibitions and Events Co-ordinator (part-time), £25k pa (£15k pro rata, 3 days per week) - this key position supports Iniva’s programme team in the production of curatorial projects and events. You will have experience of working with artists, co-ordinating and touring exhibitions and managing public events. Read full listing…
An opportunity to curate and co-develop the intellectual framework and organise the practical delivery of an exhibition showing the work of contemporary artists concerned with mapping and cartography. It is scheduled to take place at Rivington Place in May - July 2010. Read full listing…