Job Opportunity: Assistant Curator Producer

23/03/2012

 

Job Opportunity: Assistant Curator Producer

23/03/2012

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Assistant Curator Producer 

Do you believe that the most inspiring and engaging art being made by artists today is that which engages directly with its audience and context through collaboration?

Bedford Creative Arts is looking for a dynamic and motivated individual to assist in curating, producing and arts development.
We are looking for people with an interest in developing a career in socially engaged, collaborative arts development and curation. Experience will be offered in all forms of curatorial development, arts administration and event organisation through training and opportunities for critical engagement.

For a full application pack send an email to jennies@bedfordcreativearts.org.uk with Assistant in the subject heading.
Applications deadline: 13th April 2012
Scheduled interview date: 24th April 2012

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