Curator / Arts Producer wanted for creative exhibition

0117 903 0444
[email protected]
https://bit.ly/2Hj4YGn

Deadline Friday 29 March 2019

Fee £2,000
Hours 10 days
Interview Date 5 April 2019

Bristol-based arts charity Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC) is seeking a Curator / Arts Producer to work on a new exhibition of work by artists, makers and creative businesses based in Bristol and Bath.

The exhibition is part of the Network for Creative Enterprise (NfCE) - a programme that offers support to creatives across the West of England to make a sustainable living from their ideas. NfCE is made up of four hubs across Bristol and Bath: CoWorking Bath (The Guild), KWMC, Spike Island and Watershed.

In June 2019 KWMC will host a special exhibition of work by members of NfCE.

The Curator / Arts Producer will curate the exhibition and support the launch event. The commission fee is for 10 days at £200 a day – a total of £2,000.

Application deadline: 9am, Friday 29 March 2019

Interviews will be held: Friday 5 April 2019

For more details and how to apply visit https://bit.ly/2Hj4YGn

KWMC is also seeking a Fabrication Technician to work on the exhibition; more details can be found via the link above.

Network for Creative Enterprise is Coworking Bath (The Guild), Knowle West Media Centre, Spike Island, UWE Bristol and Watershed. It is funded by Arts Council England and the European Regional Development Fund.

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