Consultant/Tender Opportunity – Abergavenny Museum and Castle, Wales
Monmouthshire County Council would like to commission a feasibility study to gain a fuller understanding of the potential for events in both Abergavenny Castle grounds and within the museum building. This would include extensive community and local business consultation to ensure that any events complement rather than compete with the existing local offer and have a sustainable legacy.
Other elements will include: Drawing together existing tool kits to develop a site specific and locally focussed events tool kit, suggestions on how a potential covered structure can be used specifically to generate income, a cost guide relating to any recommended minor improvements that would be required to run the recommended events, a scale of charges, budget guidelines/costs, an events evaluation template and a costed marketing strategy to include preparation of appropriate publicity material. Applications close 20 March and you need to complete an expression of interest form in the first instance Consultant/Tender opportunity – Abergavenny Museum and Castle, Wales
Collaborative Curator – Ripon Museums
With the help of the Heritage Lottery Fund, we are purchasing most of the Workhouse site in Ripon. This will include the existing museum footprint, the garden and grounds and the main block, which is known as Sharow View. The building is in reasonable condition and has many of the original features of the Workhouse period (including the double staircases so that different classes of inmates wouldn’t have to interact) intact. To bring it into full museum use in the future will require a major refurbishment. However, it can be used almost immediately to trial museum uses within. The building is pretty much a blank canvass, ready for interpreting as part of the museum offer. Through internal and external stakeholder engagement and delivery of a pilot programme, the project will develop an agreed strategy for the Sharow View site. This strategy will form the basis of our future funding applications and will focus on matching curatorial integrity, public engagement and sustainability to show the best approach to utilising the site. Applications close 22 March. Collaborative Curator – Ripon Museums
Senior Exhibitions Officer – Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
Rugby Art Gallery and Museum has an exciting opportunity to welcome a person with curatorial experience to our small and friendly team. Your role would include continuing to develop the exhibition programme and working with the team to create complementing interpretation programmes. As a Cultural Hub, we have expanded our team to reflect a focus on visitor economy and whilst strengthening our programme to improve the wellbeing of our residents and visitors. We have a reputation for high quality contemporary art exhibitions with strong national partnerships, alongside a nationally significant British Art Collection, which this post holder would be responsible for. We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and committed individual to continue developing this work. Applications close 26 March. Senior Exhibitions Officer – Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
Curatorial Assistant – The Fan Museum, London
The Fan Museum in Greenwich are seeking a Curatorial Assistant. This post will assist and support the work of the Museum’s Director and Curator, dealing with collection research & documentation practices, displays and exhibitions, loan administration, marketing & communications, statistical analysis and specialist enquiries. You will need a degree or post-graduate degree in either museum studies, art history or a related field. In addition, you will need excellent written, research, and organisational skills. Your well-developed interpersonal skills will enable you to work effectively as part of a team and collaboratively across the Museum’s operative spectrum. You will also be able to prioritise your work to meet deadlines, and maintain your attention to detail under pressure. This is a full time, permanent post. Applications close 30 March Curatorial Assistant – The Fan Museum, London
Learning Officer – The Fusilier Museum, Bury
The postholder will play a key role in developing and delivering an exciting learning programme.
The role includes managing and developing formal learning for schools and colleges, as well developing and delivering a lively and innovative informal learning programme of events linked to the collections. Hours of work: The post is 5 days a week. The post holder hours of work are usually 9.00am – 5.00pm. Closing Date: Friday 31 March 2017. For more info contact Sarah Stevenson – email@example.com