Engagement Curator for Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art

Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art seeks an Engagement Curator to create an exciting education programme designed to speak to, and engage with members of the local community, primary and secondary school groups, students, academics and departments throughout the University.

3yrs Fixed-Term, Full Time

£38,142.20 - £42,540.16

The Goldsmiths’ Engagement Curator will be key to establishing and enhancing the educational role of Goldsmiths CCA within the University, and its potential as a space for people from the local area in which to experience both contemporary art as well as the wider intellectual life of the University, and higher education more generally.

The Engagement Curator will create an exciting education programme designed to speak to, and engage with members of the local community, primary and secondary school groups, students, academics and departments throughout the University.

Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art is a contemporary art gallery on the campus of Goldsmiths University with a programme of exhibitions, talks and events open to all.

The Engagement Curator will be key to establishing and enhancing the educational role of Goldsmiths CCA across three main audiences; the local and wider communities we are based within, schools and young people, and students and staff within the university.

They are looking for an experienced artist or educator with extensive experience in gallery or museum education to devise innovative programming that considers the impact a new centre for contemporary art can have within its local and wider community.  They will be expected to have extensive previous experience of strategic planning and implementation, of working with contemporary artists and curators, and of developing ongoing relationships with external organisations and community groups. Knowledge and experience of current discussions within arts engagement programmes, education policies, and national networks are essential, as are excellent organisational, communication and administrative skills.

Particularly vital will be an understanding of contemporary issues regarding the importance of inclusivity and will consider how it is essential to embed equality, diversity, and inclusion as a fundamental part of the CCA.

Please note application is ONLY through the Goldsmiths’ University job portal. 

 

Deadline for applications: 13/01/2019


FULL DESCRIPTION AND HOW TO APPLY HERE.

Date: 
18/12/2018 - 13/01/2019
Contact Name: 
Sarah McCrory
Contact Email: 
s.mccrory@gold.ac.uk