RAMM Contemporary Art Programme Officer


Deadline Thursday 26 July 2018

Salary £26,470-£30,756
Hours Full time
Interview Date w/c 13th August

Since 2011 RAMM has honed a dynamic contemporary arts programme as an expression of its vison: Home to a Million Thoughts. RAMM's innovative approach lies in exposing the museum's collections, buildings and processes to the scrutiny of artists who use the experience as a springboard for creativity. With the support of Art Council England and other arts partners, we are evolving and expanding our remit to create an amibitious programme of contemporay visual art for Exeter in the period 2018 to 2022.

We are looking for a creative and talented individual to lead the programme. They should have a proven track record of planning, delivering and evaluating original exhibitions and commissions, together with a thorough knowledge of the contemporary visual arts world. They will bring experience of forging new partnerships and a network of contacts of artists and curators.

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