|Salary:||£42,792 to £49,553 Grade 9|
|Placed On:||4th May 2021|
|Closes:||24th May 2021|
We are looking for a new 0.6 Senior Lecturer in Curating to join our Art, Theory and Practice Programmes within the Department of Art & Performance. Manchester School of Art was the first to offer Curating at an undergraduate level in combination with the subjects of Art History or Fine Art and you will be working with colleagues from both of these areas to deliver a unique offer. Curating students will be working within a studio environment and alongside The Holden Gallery which delivers a programme of exhibitions and events by international artists. This makes for a vibrant atmosphere of making and critical reflection for both students and staff. The Department of Art & Performance has high level national league table positions and along with Design features in the QS World Ranking tables.
About the role:
As a practicing curator (contemporary art) and/or artist you will have a knowledge and understanding of current practices and conceptual contexts within each field and the ways in which they interface and relate. You will possess a track-record of delivering teaching to practice based students at BA Level. An understanding of Post-graduate taught provision and their relationship to BA programmes is also desirable. You will be joining a dynamic, externally facing Department of Art & Performance that places high importance in collegiate and cross-cutting work. You will therefore possess a collaborative outlook that is willing to with other curatorial staff within the University.
If you would like to apply, please take the time to consider the essential criteria in the job description and provide us with a CV that demonstrates your suitability for the role. You will also be asked to answer three questions linked to the job description. Please take the time to answer each question fully. Your responses should demonstrate how you meet each criteria using examples from your professional experience and/or study.(optional)
For informal enquiries please contact Prof. Tim Brennan (HoD Art & Performance) at firstname.lastname@example.org
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