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Public Programmes Curator
Public Programmes Curator
NN Contemporary Art
Post Date: 27 Mar 2022

JOB OVERVIEW

The Public Programme plays a key role in fulfilling NN Contemporary Art’s mission statement: to bring contemporary art and ideas to local, national and international audiences. It engages with current critical thinking across disciplines through talks, panel discussions, screenings, workshops, performances, symposia and podcasts involving artists, academics, curators and other creative practitioners.

Public Programmes Curator job summary

The Public Programmes Curator is responsible for the research, development, coordination, administration and delivery of the Public Programme. Public Programmes Curator leads on key initiatives, including the Market Square programme, contributing to our new Gallery Programme, developing the Civic Reading Room Programme, our Education & Ambassador Programmes and the organisation’s CPD programmes. The post holder will work with the CEO and Deputy Director to successfully deliver a business plan which realises NN Contemporary Art’s (NNCA) goal of realising vibrant, diverse and inclusive exhibitions & public programmes on site, offsite and temporary exhibitions and support and develop the creative lives of our audiences and our community

The main focus of the role will be working with artists and creative practitioners to develop networks across local communities, families, schools and teachers, and youth.

To read the full job description please go to: https://nncontemporaryart.org/opportunities/

About NN Contemporary Art

NN Contemporary Art (NNCA) is an independent contemporary art space in the centre of Northampton. It started in 2003 when a group of artists and practitioners came together to form Northampton Arts Collective (NAC). They were united by the common goal to elevate contemporary art within Northamptonshire. At NNCA we believe that international art and culture should be accessible to all. Over the last few years, we have worked with schools, community groups and regional partners to deliver innovative exhibitions, educational events and projects that are free to all. We work with artists at all stages of their careers; from students to Venice Biennale award winners.

How to apply

All applications should be submitted via email to [email protected] by 11th April 2022 by 9:00 AM BST. To read the full job description please go to: https://nncontemporaryart.org/opportunities/

JOB DETAILS

Location
Northampton, United Kingdom

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