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.
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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.
part of an AHRC Leadership Fellowship on networked, digital surveillance and contemporary art held by Dr. Zach Blas.
responsible for providing outstanding teaching and learning primarily of theory and contextual study for all areas of photographic practice at undergraduate and graduate level.
seeking to appoint an Associate Lecturer in Art & Design to undertake teaching on the Foundation Diploma in Art Design and Media course within the School of Art Design and Performance.
A Coordinator is required to support Contemporary Art Membership Plymouth CIC (CAMP) to deliver its inaugural programme
Art Battle is a live painting tournament where audience vote decides the winner.
A free to attend/present artist-led ‘Open Space’ conference event hosted by UNION and The NewBridge Project. This is an opportunity for networking, mutual learning and connection.
We are inviting artists working in any discipline to submit proposals for a piece of work which will be exhibited in March 2020 in Cornwall as part of an international conference on mining.
Four placements on the University’s ‘Artists Access to Art Colleges’ scheme, which allows artists and designer makers to realise a project using University facilities e.g. technical workshops, IT, lending library and lecture 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.
We are inviting artists to apply for subsidised studio space supported through professional development, exhibition opportunities and access to production and workshop facilities including printmaking and ceramics. Application is open to visual artists working in any discipline.
Visual Arts in Rural Communities (VARC) is now inviting submissions for 5 funded artist in residence positions as part of ENTWINED: Rural. Land. Lives. Art, a multi-partner two-year project.
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.
calling all photographers and videographers
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.