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Job: Curator at FACT

Posted by Michelle Kasprzak • Monday, March 17. 2008 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities
FACT is the UK's leading organisation for commissioning, exhibiting, promoting and supporting artists’ work and innovation in the fields of film, video, and new media. Housed in the iconic FACT building in the historic Ropewalks area of Liverpool, two galleries, a Media Lounge and state-of-the-art cinemas invite visitors to experience a range of FACT activities from exhibitions and live web casts, to training and conferences; and finding new and interactive ways to encourage engagement throughout its programming spaces and in partnership with a broad range of participants, organisations and audiences.

The Curator will have the vision and determination to plan and effect the continuing transformation of the organisation, deploying resources creatively and to deliver the FACT’s creative vision and widen appeal to engage existing and developing audiences. We expect our curators to have in-depth knowledge and passion for international contemporary art, the moving image and new media with the skills to deliver to international curating standards. The post-holder will work to continually deliver excellence and will look to continually improve their reputation for delivering excellence within an international critical context.

Salary: circa £22k/pa. dependent on experience
Deadline: 11 April 2008

For more information and an application pack, please email recruitment -at-
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