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JOB | Liverpool | Development Officer | Liverpool Biennial – 6 June 2016
Liverpool Biennial is currently seeking a Development Officer to join the team. Self-motivated and goal orientated, the ideal candidate will identify, target and cultivate prospective revenue and funding streams to support the Biennial, as well as maintaining and developing relationships with their existing supporters. He/she will be working in an exciting, creative and dynamic organisation creating some of the most interesting projects in Britain, including Liverpool Biennial 2016 and their public art and international projects. He/she should have a passion for the arts, and whilst sector experience is not essential, he/she should have real enthusiasm and the ability to engage people in their work. MORE HERE
JOB | Georgia | Assistant Professor, History of Art and Visual Culture | University of North Georgia – 20 June 2016
The Department of Visual Arts at the University of North Georgia, Dahlonega campus, invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the History of Art and Visual Culture. The Assistant Professor will teach Art Appreciation and Art History I & II, as needed, as well as upper-level courses in the candidate’s area of specialisation. A PhD in Art History (by 8/1/2016) is required, with a minimum of two years successful teaching experience at the college or university level. Area of specialisation is open; however, preference will be given to applicants who specialise in Asian Art History. MORE HERE
JOB | Dallas | Curator of Decorative Arts and Design | Dallas Museum of Art – 1 October 2016
The Senior Curator of Decorative Arts and Design is responsible for collections, exhibitions, programmes, staff, and material resources of the department whose purview includes American, European, Latin American, Asian export (including furniture, ceramics, glassware, metalware, textiles and related functional works in other media) and contemporary jewellery collections. He/she reports to the Associate Director for Curatorial Affairs, and works closely with the staff of the curatorial, education, exhibitions and collections departments. MORE HERE
JOB | New Windsor | Curatorial Assistant | Storm King Art Center – apply as unspecified
Located in New York State’s Hudson Valley, about an hour north of New York City, Storm King Art Center is one of the world’s leading sculpture parks. It encompasses over 500 acres of rolling hills, fields and woodlands that provide space for a collection of more than 100 large-scale sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time. The Curatorial Assistant serves an instrumental role in ensuring that Storm King Art Center’s Curatorial Department meets its goals and obligations with regards to Storm King’s acquisitions, exhibitions, research, publications and collections management. The Curatorial Assistant reports to the Chief Curator and Curator, organises efforts toward research, fact checking, proofreading, and coordination of curatorial exhibitions and publications, and supports the department’s efforts in the identification and acquisition of outstanding works of art for the collection. MORE HERE
JOB | Hong Kong | Administrator | Christie’s Education, Asia – apply as unspecified
The purpose of this role is to provide logistical and administrative support to Christie’s Education programmes in Asia. Responsibilities include: responding to inquiries related to Christie’s Education Asia, managing and processing applications and payments, creating, distributing and organising all course materials, including timetables, speaker biographies and course handouts, etc. The ideal candidate should possess a minimum of 3 years relevant experience in an administrative, customer service or event coordination role, and be fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. MORE HERE
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INTERNSHIP | Colorado | Curatorial Art Internship | Black Cube – 29 May 2016
Black Cube is a nonprofit, experimental art museum that operates nomadically. Without the traditional boundaries of a physical building, Black Cube exists primarily through partnering with artists to commission pop-up art. Black Cube is seeking an Art Intern to work with its team for the 2016 art programmes, which include the planning around three pop-up art exhibitions in the Denver-metro area. Interns will work closely with the chief curator and executive director, gaining first-hand experience in the day-to-day operations of a newly formed nonprofit arts organisation, as well as an understanding of the tasks associated with presenting artwork in non-traditional venues. Interns will have the chance to gain curatorial research experience, and to meet and work with artists. MORE HERE
OPEN CALL | Dublin | Research and Teaching Residency | National College of Art & Design, Ireland – 30 May 2016
MA/MFA Art in the Contemporary World, National College of Art & Design, Dublin in collaboration with The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), is now inviting applications for its autumn (2016) research and teaching residency. This residency is open to writers, artists, curators, educators and other practitioners who have published writings in the field of contemporary art. It will begin around October 2016, and have a duration of up to five weeks. The resident is provided with a residential space at the Irish Museum of Modern Art and a stipend. During this time they will be expected to deliver presentations on their own research interests in the context of the Art in the Contemporary World Master’s programme, as well as lead a number of seminars and conversations relating to the research residency’s theme, “Medium/Platform/System”. MORE HERE
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