We’re looking for an exceptional individual to work with our Head of Business Development to deliver a-n’s business and fundraising strategy, to support the identification of new business prospects, and develop and manage our commercial relationships.
Art vacancies - a-n The Artists Information Company
We are looking for an exceptional Executive Assistant to work closely with our CEO to support their work managing the business.
We are looking for an exceptional Digital Assistant to help deliver our digital strategy, and support the management of our digital and IT infrastructure.
seeking a part time technician and assistant for London gallery.
looking for an Assistant Producer who enjoys making new connections with people, is happy popping along to a community meeting for a brew and a chat, can think on their feet and find creative solutions, can spin a few plates at once and gets a kick out of administration.
looking for an experienced Projects Manager to lead on the delivery of our core programme in Liverpool, as well as a range of really exciting additional projects with local, national and international scope.
seeking candidates with excellent organisational and interpersonal skills, often being the public face of the organisation and the first point of contact for artists and audiences.
Iniva and RSA Academies are working together on a two-year programme of art-making and community engagement arising from RSA Academies’ Commitment to Arts, Culture and Creativity.
working on press, publicity and events related to current commissions.
to oversee all outgoing loans from the Arts Council Collection, including for long term projects such as long loans schemes and the National Partners Programme.
looking for a freelance editor to edit the next issue of Photoworks Annual. Photoworks Annual is a journal on contemporary photography, published once a year.
A Coordinator is required to support Contemporary Art Membership Plymouth CIC (CAMP) to deliver its inaugural programme
SPACE is moving its programmes to Redbridge at the end of the year. It is an ideal opportunity for us to carry out a rigorous evaluation of what our Learning & Participation programmes have achieved so far.
SPACE wishes to appoint a suitably experienced archivist to review and update a checklist of our archive material for transfer to London Metropolitan Archives, and to manage the digitisation, cataloguing and rights clearance of selected items for inclusion on SPACE website.
to work closely with the Artistic and Executive Directors, and serving as a member of the School’s senior leadership team to oversee the School’s adult education programmes and commercial activity.
seeking a versatile and experienced Project Manager to coordinate unique and exciting art and heritage project.
to advise its senior leadership, manage the Council investment in arts and culture and ensure that culture is a critical consideration in all City strategies.
a key role in supporting a dynamic and busy team, in particular to enable more programmes to be launched in the next two years.
Cockpit Arts is hiring a freelance Partnership Manager to launch our Make It! programme for young London-based makers setting up in business.
looking for a Curator to support the strategic ambitions of The Hepworth Wakefield by researching, devising and delivering a programme of world-class exhibitions and collection displays, and contributing to the learning and public programmes.
seeking Arts Award Advisers to work with up to four schools.
ACAVA are currently seeking proposals from artists of BAME backgrounds, whose heritage reflects the communities of North Kensington, to deliver a series of mark-making workshops throughout the day on Saturday 5th October 2019.
responsible for sustaining and developing the mentoring programme. This will include recruiting, matching and supporting new mentor pairs throughout 2019/20.
to support the curator to develop and deliver Spike Island’s exhibitions and artist development programmes, including Open Studios, Spike Associates, Graduate Fellowships, Syllabus and artist residencies.
support the Head of Commissions to develop and deliver Spike Island’s exhibitions, commissions and public programmes, including off-site events and external artists’ moving image productions.