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Winchester College seeks to appoint an inspirational printmaking teacher with the capacity and imagination to inspire, guide and challenge boys of all abilities.
seeking a highly skilled and competent administrator to support the Schools team within the Learning department at a very exciting time of development and growth for the team.
seeking an experienced and creative Engagement Producer to develop and deliver a planned set of activities to engage specific audiences with a new major art commission by Mark Wallinger, in collaboration with Studio Octopi, called ‘Writ in Water’ at Runnymede
to develop and produce innovative exhibitions of the highest calibre on a wide variety of fields including art and design, social history, popular culture and inter-disciplinary subjects.
seeking to employ a Resident and Exchange Coordinator to host the Somerset House Exchange co-working spaces on a day to day basis and look after the day to day planning, operations and delivery of resident community events.
seeking an experienced technician to support the Fine Art team in a high-quality purpose-built art studio. The post is based at the Lisson Grove Centre near Marylebone and comprises 10 hours of work a week in term time.
deepen our engagement with Crisis members, develop local partnerships, champion the role of arts for social change, monitor our work carefully and actively engage in formative evaluation at all stages of the process.
to further develop and sustain the existing arts programme, which offers a variety of art projects across in-patient ward, day hospice, outpatient and community settings.
looking for an Assistant Curator, Resources for Schools and Teachers programmes, who is invested in making a positive difference with and for all young people.
to coordinate the smooth running of the branch activities, and make sure gallery visitors, the Studio team and members have the best experience possible. To provide information and guidance about the services and oversee the recruitment and management of volunteers.
a key creative position to lead an artistically ambitious, socially engaged artistic programme that’s loved by artists and audiences and is a benchmark for quality in the sector.
Invisible Dust is looking for a strategic thinker and who has substantial fundraising experience to join the team in the role of Executive Director.
seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic arts administrator to support delivery of ambitious expansion plans.
to work as part of LADA’s team to support and develop LADA’s artist opportunities, networks, and programmes.
looking for a new Director who can take on the challenge of continuing the growth of the organisation – further developing the artistic programme, building and broadening audiences and ensuring financial sustainability.
ActionSpace is seeking a forward-thinking General Manager who can bring their ideas, energy and enthusiasm to the organisation. This is a fixed term maternity cover contract to run for 9 months from 1 May 2018.
to support the development and delivery of our Learning programmes, based at
Woodhorn Museum in South East Northumberland. Our Learning Team offers diverse learning opportunities for schools, family audiences and lifelong learners across a wide ranging of STEAM subjects.
based at the world’s only contemporary art gallery which is curated
entirely by children and young people. Based in Plymouth, our reach and influence is becoming increasingly national and international.
shared artist studio Dalston
Self contained studio available for £250 a month,
with natural light. Many professional artists and makers on site.
artists studios to let