This is a new position we have created as support to the Lead Artists, and is a management role with responsibility for helping to deliver our ambitious programme of work as we head into our second year as an ACE National Portfolio Organisation.
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‘a space’ arts are searching for a Community Engagement Officer to support the organisation’s audience development work through delivering a series of events and activities that encourage new audiences to engage with our new arts and heritage destination venue.
A venue manger with experience of running public buildings and delivering commercial
operations to meet income targets is required for the new arts and heritage venue God’s
House Tower (GHT).
to provide efficient and effective administrative, financial and programme support to the organisation.
responsible for helping to administer and promote the cultural enrichment offer. In particular, to coordinate activity with schools and arts organisations, and work with schools to encourage them to take part in these unique opportunities.
responsible for the day-to-day management of the Historic Photographs collection, raising understanding, awareness and use of the collection, providing physical and intellectual access & producing online and other content.
to develop the concept for the Engage international conference 2019, and to programme this important annual event.
seeking an ambitious and talented individual to join the team and lead the curatorial programming at MOSTYN, working with Director, Alfredo Cramerotti, and the wider gallery team, to create a stimulating high-quality exhibition offer to our audiences and online community.
to project manage the delivery of Tate Collection touring exhibitions from concept stage to delivery at partner institutions.
manage and update programme schedules, through internal events planning and production systems, ensuring these are communicated appropriately as well as set up systems to ensure that schedules are communicated across multiple stakeholders.
This internship offers a unique opportunity to gain valuable work experience in the creative and cultural sector working within a Somerset visual arts agency with a countywide remit.
We are looking for a dynamic individual who can get involved in future-proofing Paradise Works.
You will manage and maintain the delivery of our various projects and exhibitions as part of the Artcore Senior Management Team and to head up all aspects of the day to day running of Artcore office.
to support the Curator: Engagement with the research, production & delivery of the gallery’s Engagement Programme.
to support the Curator: Commissions with the research, production and delivery of Chisenhale Gallery’s Commissions Programme, currently presented as four exhibitions in the gallery each year.
seeking an exceptional and dynamic Director (maternity cover) to provide overall artistic and strategic direction for The Tetley during the current Director’s maternity leave from August 2019 to April 2020.
responsible for the company’s financial stability and management excellence. This role is central to the long-term stability, sustainability and impact of the company and its programmes.
responsible for the further development and co-ordination of a successful adult course programme. In addition, printmaking learning for young people and families through formal and informal educational activities, within and external to the venue in Mirfield.
the post is a mix of office based and regular, site-based work at studio and housing buildings across London. The role of the Artist Liaison covers a wide range of duties covering studio administration facilities management and finance.
focus on managing a portfolio of housing and studio sites and the artist, designer and maker occupants in them.
looking for a creative and dynamic Community Arts Worker to join a small team based in community settings throughout the borough of Hounslow.
Suit sculptor, model or prop maker.
to support the work of FACT by contributing knowledgeably to strategy development and planning
to lead renowned Education Programme, delivering artist-led projects with 100 schools across 14 London boroughs, improving the lives and learning of over 11,000 children, young people and their teachers each year.
offering this Curatorial Traineeship in order to train a local individual who is curious about working in the arts but might not have found any paid or structured opportunities to learn what is involved in putting on an exhibition or running a gallery.