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We are looking for a Sound & Music Curator

We want to develop our expertise in working with artists and musicians who work with sound and music and grow this area of our programme.

We are looking for a new Associate Curator to work with us to take this work forwards.

The sound and music curator will be responsible for developing, touring and promoting new collaborative works in sound and music.

If you are a curator and/or practitioner with a keen interest and knowledge of artists working in contemporary sound and music. If you regularly go to see new work and have a strong national network in this field please read the attached for more information and give us a call.

Sound & Music Curator

Deadline for expressions of interest: 1st November 2013.

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