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Ikon, one of the UK’s leading international contemporary art galleries seeks a dynamic and creative individual for the post of Curator. They will work with the Director to initiate and deliver an ambitious exhibition programme at the gallery and off-site. The successful candidate will have at least 5 years experience working within an international contemporary visual art context, have considerable experience of writing and publishing, will be audience focused and will be interested in supporting the development of visual artists locally, nationally and internationally.


The salary is in the range £30,345 - £33,054. The post is offered on a full time permanent basis. 


Deadline for applications: Monday 10 January 2011 Interviews are due to be held on: Monday 31 January 2011. The Gallery recently hosted Seeing the Unseen, a revisit of the gallery’s 1976 exhibition of high-speed photographs by the pioneering American scientist and photographer Dr Harold E. Edgerto, over the summer, as reported by the BPH creator here.


Further details and an application pack can be found here. Alternatively, contact Ikon on 0121 248 0708.

Ikon Gallery is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.

Registered charity no. 528892. Ikon is funded by Arts Council England and Birmingham City Council

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