Job: Curator, Art on the UndergroundPosted by Michelle Kasprzak • Monday, June 28. 2010 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities
Art on the Underground provides a world-class programme of contemporary art that enriches the Tube environment and our customers’ journey experience; and continues the long-standing tradition that excellent art and design is at the core of London Underground's identity and services.
This is an opportunity for a dynamic curator to join the team to devise and produce high quality commissions and exhibitions. You will be responsible for the day-to-day management and delivery of the contemporary programme and its online presence. You will implement planned projects and devise and deliver new projects and liaise with stakeholders to ensure strategic objectives are met. You will be the main point of contact between the London Underground, Transport for London and artistic collaborators.
What you’ll need
You will have excellent curatorial and project management skills, a proven track record of delivering exhibitions and installations by high calibre artists to a range of audiences and a specific interest in a non-gallery context. You will have an excellent understanding of contemporary artistic practice, good contacts and excellent negotiations skills. You will need to budget realistically, fundraise where necessary, and write lively customer –focused copy for all publicity. Experience of managing and liaising with relevant agencies and senior management will be crucial. You will be a team player that inspires those around you.
Excellent benefits include:
- 29 days’ annual holiday plus public and bank holidays
- Final salary pension
- Free Tube travel and travel concessions including discounted Eurostar travel
- Performance Award
- Health club and gym discounts
- Private medical insurance
Please apply at tfl.gov.uk/jobs quoting reference TfL11414 in the keyword search.
Closing date: 16th July 2010
We want to be as diverse as the city we represent and welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.