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Job: University Curator – Emerging Artists

Posted by Michelle Kasprzak • Saturday, October 17. 2009 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities

University Curator – Emerging Artists

£34,030 – £40,858 (potential for contribution pay up to £44,245)

Department of Communications and Development,

Our Emerging Artists’ Programme supports and promotes the work of recent alumni, who are among the most promising young artists in the UK. You will strategically manage, develop and promote this undeniably exciting programme. This will include overseeing an exhibition programme, the University Art Collection, and the Artist and Collectors Exchange.

Along with a degree, or equivalent, in curation / arts administration, you will need proven experience of working with young artists and established art collectors. You are certainly eager to work with the next generation of artistic practitioners – something that is reflected in your strong understanding of the contemporary art world, and your exceptional organisational, networking, promotional and people skills.

In return, we offer a competitive employment package including a salary that reflects working in London; a generous annual leave; a final salary pension; and a commitment to your continuing personal and career development in an environment that encourages creativity, diversity and excellence. Relocation assistance is also available.

Closing date: 30th October 2009

Please visit to download an application form or alternatively please contact, Recruitment Administrator, Department of Communications and Development, telephone: 020 7514 8144, email: h.wigginton -at-

University of the Arts London aims to be an equal opportunities employer embracing diversity in all areas of activity.
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