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Director, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork
Deadline: 25th September
Crawford Art Gallery is a National Cultural Institution and regional art museum for Munster, dedicated to the visual arts, both historic and contemporary.The Board is now seeking an experienced and dynamic professional with credible experience of running a Gallery or artistic institution of renown. The Director will be responsible for the overall leadership, management and shaping the curatorial vision for the Gallery in collaboration with key staff.
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Head of Post Production, Brown Bag Films
Brown Bag Films are currently looking for a Head of Post Production with a proven track record for delivery in a high tech and creative production environment.
Working within a highly dynamic and creative business environment, this role is a key appointment for the business and offers the right candidate a wonderful opportunity to join an exciting high growth company.
The Head of Post Production will be responsible for the day to day and overall strategic development of the Post Production Department. The primary function of this role is to insure that the department stays within budget and on schedule while maintaining the highest technical and creative standards.
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Various Roles, The Model, Sligo
Deadline: 29th September
– Facilitator for Children’s Outreach Project
The Model seeks an artist from any arts discipline (especially film, animation, visual art and performance) to facilitate a series of 6 evening workshops from mid-October, 2017 for children (7-11 years) in Sligo.
The artist should have significant experience in delivering high quality arts experiences for children and young people. This project is delivered in collaboration with Cranmore Community Cooperative.
– Facilitator for P.U.N.C. 1×1 Outreach Schools Project
The Model seeks an artist from any arts discipline to facilitate a unique educational experience in 7 primary schools across the county as part of the PUNC 1×1 Niland Collection Outreach Schools programme 2017/2018. The artist should have significant experience in delivering high quality arts experiences for children and young people and be interested in working collaboratively in schools throughout the county.
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Curator of Medieval Art and Design, Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), London, UK
Deadline: 6 Oct, 5pm
The V&A is the world’s leading museum of art and design. Its collections of European medieval art are exceptional in their size, range and quality. They range from the early Christian to the late medieval period. They are seeking to appoint a Curator of Medieval Art and Design to join the Department of Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics & Glass.
The post-holder will be responsible for the development, care, research, display and interpretation of medieval art and design (excluding manuscripts, which are held in the National Art Library) in the Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics & Glass Department. The extensive European medieval collections are of national and international importance, and the post-holder will serve a wider role within the Department and the Museum as one of the medieval specialists, and will be expected to play an active role in the field of medieval studies and collecting, both nationally and internationally.
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Curator, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
Deadline: 9 Oct, midnight
The Whitechapel Gallery is looking for a Curator to take responsibility for the conceptual development, organisation and co-ordination of exhibitions and publications assigned by the Director and Chief Curator, including budgetary management and fundraising. The Curator also contributes ideas to the Gallery’s programme, liaises with other internal departments as appropriate and represents the Whitechapel Gallery at relevant networking events.
AWARDS & OPEN CALLS:
Exhibition: FAKE, Science Gallery Dublin
Deadline: 19 Sep, 5pm
Science Gallery Dublin is seeking proposals for up to 20 works for FAKE, a free exhibition that asks if life is better when we embrace the artificial.
Proposals may be new or existing works, and will be funded up to a maximum budget of €2800, which should include all artist fees, materials, equipment, shipping, travel etc. Please note that these are maximum amounts and they enthusiastically welcome proposals that come in below the maximum budget. They are happy to write letters of support for applicants seeking funding from elsewhere.
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Residency Award 2017, South Tipperary Arts Centre/ Tipperary Arts Office
Deadline: 22 Sep, 5pm
South Tipperary Arts Centre in partnership with Tipperary Arts Office is delighted to announce that applications are now open for an artist residency from October 2017 to January 2018.
The residency is open to Tipperary-based artists from all disciplines, including (but not limited to) film, photography, literature, performance, painting, sound, architecture, music, installation and digital platforms, theatre and dance. The artist will be given a space to research their project, as well as the opportunity to experiment in the workshop. The artist will give a work-in-progress presentation at the arts centre at the end of their residency.
For more information and application details, visit the weblink below.
Ireland Glass Biennial 2017, National College of Art Design Gallery (NCAD Gallery)
Deadline: 24 Sep, midnight
The National College of Art Design Gallery (NCAD Gallery) is delighted to introduce the Ireland Glass Biennial and to announce the inaugural Ireland Glass Biennial 2017 exhibition.
The Ireland Glass Biennial 2017 is a new exhibition to focus on excellence in contemporary glass work by international artist, designer and crafts practitioners working across the globe today. The open call invitation extends to practitioners from all contemporary art and design disciplines. Emphasis is on new work demonstrating the highest level of excellence: inclusive of practitioners working in the glass medium achieving creative imagination and technical skill, and works employing glass media as content or as a primary thematic element.
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Reel Art 2017, Filmbase
Deadline: 13 Oct, 5pm
Launched in 2008, Reel Art is designed to provide film artists with a unique opportunity to make highly creative, imaginative and experimental documentaries on an artistic theme.
Operated in association with Filmbase and the Audi Dublin International Film Festival, Reel Art will wholly support two films with grants of €70-€80,000 per project. Reel Art films will premiere at the Dublin International Film Festival in February 2019.
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ilDÁNA, Galway Film Centre
Deadline: 20 Oct, 5pm
TG4 and the Arts Council/an Chomhairle Ealaíon, in association with Galway Film Centre, are delighted to announce a new round of ‘ilDÁNA’. This is an exciting new opportunity for documentary film-makers to make a once-off, landmark and cinematic long-form documentary on the arts in Irish. Two projects will be selected with funding of €80,000 each for creative documentaries which will have both a theatrical window as well as a primetime TG4 broadcast. Film-makers are encouraged to be explore subject matter and approaches that are creative, inspired, distinctive and ambitious in scope to deliver a 60 to 70 minute film.
Galway Film Centre will administer the commissioning of the ‘ilDÁNA’ films and TG4’s ‘Terms of Trade’ will apply. Representatives from TG4, the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and Galway Film Centre will select the projects for ‘ilDÁNA’.
Full details are available at the weblink below.