University of Sunderland – School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture

Curating New Media Art

Since 1993 the School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture has had a special interest in issues for exhibiting new media art (including internet art, and interactive digital media). The CRUMB web resource for curators is now an internationally acclaimed site, which complements the postgraduate work in Fine Art, Curating and Informatics at the University. A recent AHRC Research Grant enables the continued expansion of this research, with research partners Eyebeam (New York) and Lancaster University.

RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Fixed-term 3 years
£20,119 – £23,187 pa
To undertake research outputs, and assist the research of the CRUMB team, and to undertake research outputs in the field of curating new media art. You will hold special responsibility for online/print research outputs, and collaborative networking.

Ref No: ADR017/1362
Closing date: 2 March 2007

An application form and Role Profile can be obtained by contacting Human Resources on 0191 515 2057 or http://www.sunderland.ac.uk/jobs

RESEARCH STUDENTSHIPS x 2 posts
Curating New Media Art, and New Media Art & Programming
Fixed-term 3 years
AHRC grant of – £12,300 pa
PhD proposals including practice-led artist/curator research are invited. Applicants should meet AHRC UK/EU residency regulations.

Closing date: 2 March 2007

Further details can be found on http://www.crumbweb.org An application form and further details on the Research Studentships can be obtained by contracting Valerie Cornell on 0191 515 3725 or email:
valerie.cornell -at- sunderland.ac.uk

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