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Towner Art Gallery
Schools Co-ordinator
Part-time job

Job Vacancy: Schools Co-ordinator
Posted on 15/06/2018

Towner is an award winning art gallery showcasing artists of national and international significance and presenting works from our acclaimed contemporary and historical collection. We place learning and a commitment to access at the very heart of everything we do.

We have an established schools programme that regularly reaches 80-100 local schools a year which includes exhibition tours, artist-led workshops, Teacher Twilights and an annual project. We are seeking someone with demonstrable experience in supporting and communicating with schools, who understands current gallery education practice and with a keen interest in creative learning. This new post will allow Towner to develop our current offer. The post-holder will take a key role in coordinating our Annual Schools exhibition.

Closing date: Friday 29 June 2018, 12.00pm
To apply please download documents below:

Details here:
Full Job Description
Application Form

Towner Art Gallery
Devonshire Park, College Road
Eastbourne, BN21 4JJ
01323 434670
towner@townereastbourne.org.uk


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About Towner
Towner is an award-winning contemporary art gallery and museum for South East England.

We present major exhibitions of UK and international contemporary art – and as a museum, we also have a renowned collection of art from across the ages. Learning and participation are at the heart of what we do.

We pride ourselves on providing an outstanding visitor experience – our staff are always happy to talk with you!

“One of the most creative and brilliantly run institutions in visual arts anywhere”
– Laura Cumming, The Observer