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Assistant Curator, Public Programmes

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Reference:TG2284 

Opportunity type:Permanent, Full-time 

Working hours:36 hours per week 

Salary:£25,774 per annum 

Location:Tate Britain & Tate Modern 

Closing date:05 April 2019 at midnight 

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic and creative Learning team whose vision is to act as a champion for art in society with a strong commitment to the principles of cultural inclusion.

We are looking for an Assistant Curator of Public Programmes, who is passionate about developing and delivering a busy programme of events for adult audiences, around different aspects of modern and contemporary art and visual culture.

In this role you will join a team of eleven including Assistant Curators and Curators working across both Tate Britain and Tate Modern, developing and delivering talks, courses, workshops, tours, symposia and special projects that are relevant for diverse local, national and international audiences.

You’ll be responsible for providing curatorial and logistical support to ensure that Tate’s Public Programme is delivered on time, to budget and to a high standard.

As Assistant Curator of Public Programmes you will work collaboratively with colleagues across the Learning and Curatorial Departments and other Tate teams, and with a range of artists, academics, partner organisations and specialists across different disciplines.

Does this sound like you?

Tate aims to attract and retain talented people from all backgrounds. We particularly encourage applications from black, Asian, ethnic minority, and/or disabled applicants as these groups are currently underrepresented in the cultural sector.


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Application Information

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