Job Vacancy | Facilitator for Children’s Outreach Project, The Model, Sligo

Job Vacancy | Facilitator for Children’s Outreach Project, The Model, Sligo

The closing date for applications: Friday 29th September.

The Model (Sligo) seeks an artist from any arts discipline (especially film, animation, visual art and performance) to facilitate a series of 6 evening workshops from mid-October, 2017 for children (7 – 11 years) in Sligo. The artist should have significant experience in delivering high quality arts experiences for children and young people. This project is delivered in collaboration with Cranmore Community Cooperative. The total fee is €600 (& materials budger). This programme is funded by International Fund for Ireland.

For further information please email marielouiseblaney@themodel.ie.

The Model
The Mall, Co. Sligo
T: 071 914 14 05
E: info@themodel.ie
W: themodel.ie

Job Vacancy | The Model Punc 1×1 Outreach Schools Project, Sligo

Job Vacancy | The Model Punc 1×1 Outreach Schools Project, Sligo

The closing date for applications: Friday 29 September

The Model seeks an artists from any arts discipline to facilitate a unique educational experience in 7 primary schools across the county as part of the Punc 1×1 Niland Collection Outreach Schools programme 2017/2018.

The artist should have significant experience in delivering high quality arts experiences for children and young people and be interested in working collaboratively in schools throughout the county. Punc 1×1 funds 60 hours – 14 hrs development time, 34 hours contact time and 12 hours evaluation, documentation and meetings at a rate of €40/hr. The total fee is €2,400. For further information please email marielouiseblaney@themodel.ie

This programme is funded by the Community Foundation for Ireland.

The Model
The Mall, Co. Sligo
T: 071 914 14 05
E: info@themodel.ie
W: themodel.ie

Job Vacancy | Coordinator of Art UK Sculpture Project, Northern Ireland

Job Vacancy | Coordinator of Art UK Sculpture Project, Northern Ireland

Deadline for applications: Monday 25 September, 9am

Art UK is a dynamic arts charity with a national and global reach. The charity’s mission is to open up art in public collections for enjoyment, learning and research. We do this through digitising artworks, telling the stories behind the art and creating exciting opportunities for public interaction with art both online and offline. Art UK Sculpture is a national project using digital and physical engagement to transform the way people access and learn about sculpture. Supported by a National Lottery grant, this highly ambitious initiative will digitise 170,000 sculptures from inside public collections and outdoors in the nation’s parks, streets and squares and display them on the Art UK website.

Art UK is seeking a Coordinator to catalogue sculpture in collections across Northern Ireland during the Delivery Phase of the Art UK Sculpture project.
Coordinator duties include liaising with the specified collections participating in the Art UK Sculpture project in Northern Ireland, communicating the importance of the sculpture project and the work of Art UK to all collections, collecting sculpture data from the participating collections, and organising photography, in liaison with a Photographer and collection staff.

The Coordinator will work from home. This is a part-time temporary post for 2 years; 2 days a week / 0.4 FTE. Salary: £24,000 p.a. (pro rata).
For more information and a full job description, please contact katey.goodwin@artuk.org

www.artuk.org

The Core Project Gallery Talk at RUA RED

The Core Project Gallery Talk at RUA RED

Saturday 19 August, 3pm

Join us on the day of the exhibition opening for an insightful talk between the artist Matthew Nevin and Dr. Katherine Nolan. This is a recreation of a conversation they have had about Nevin’s body of work in the past that will also be available to view during the course of the exhibition.

The Core Project is a multifaceted visual art project, presented through video, online and as a large scale installation featuring over 150 videos, by Matthew Nevin. In each video, a single respondent answers a question that they have not previously seen. By withholding the question, Nevin removes the expectancy that we as participants in an expanding online/new media culture have become accustomed to. It removes the power of the question from the participant’s planned vocal and physical response. It sets an emphasis on the context of the answers and the behavioural nuances of the participants.

RUA RED, South Dublin Arts Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
T: 01 451 5860
E: info@ruared.ie
W:ruared.ie