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Job: Curator, Talks and Events / The Photographers' Gallery, London

The Curator: Talks & Events post sits within the Programming team at The Photographers’ Gallery that is comprised of Exhibitions and Education staff. Programming staff are responsible for the planning, development, delivery and evaluation of: exhibitions, projects (residencies, web-based activities, off-site sessions and exhibitions), talks, events, courses and workshops for adult groups; and activities for school groups and young people.

Programmes are currently developed and announced over three distinct seasons of 12-13 weeks in length for exhibitions, with a 4-8 month overview for talks, events, courses and workshops. Budgets are drafted and approved on an annual basis, and refined/reported on a quarterly basis. Off-site tours and on-site talks, events and workshops are also programmed by staff in Development and Bookshop. The majority of on-site events, courses and workshops take place on our flexible Eranda Studio Floor (on the Gallery’s 3rd floor). This space is equipped with a data projector and smaller, linked monitor, as well as amplification and recording facilities, tables for workshops and courses, and seats for up to 100 people. The café space is also available for use outside Gallery opening hours for courses and events.

Post: Curator: Talks & Events Team: Programming Line manager: Head of Education & Projects Salary Banding: £26,000 - £29,000 pro-rata Holidays: 25 days per annum pro-rata Contract: 32 hours per week (variable hours, including regular evening and weekend work) Pension: 4% of salary

See more here: http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/vacancies

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