Curatorial Intern Jobs Vacancy in New Plymouth District Council New Plymouth
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The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery is New Zealand's contemporary art museum. The latest addition, the Len Lye Centre, is New Zealand’s first institution dedicated to a single artist, the pioneering filmmaker and kinetic sculptor, Len Lye.
We are seeking an intern to join our Exhibitions and Collections team for 40 hours a week for three months.
To be successful in this role, you will have a degree in art history, museum studies or cultural studies, preferably with a keen interest in contemporary art. You will have excellent research and writing skills in the field of contemporary and modern art practices and artworks. You will also have knowledge of museum standards for art handling and collection storage, and it would be advantageous to have experience in proofing and editing printed material or publications.
If you are successful, you will support the Govett-Brewster curatorial team with curatorial research, exhibitions history research, artist liaison and other aspects of project coordination. You will receive a stipend for your work, which will be discussed during the recruitment process.
If this sounds like the opportunity you have been waiting for, we would love to hear from you!
Applications close on Sunday 11 February 2018.
POSITION: Curatorial Intern
JOB LEVEL: Intern (volunteer)
REPORTS TO: Exhibitions and Collections Lead
GROUP: Recreation and Culture, The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
- To support the Govett-Brewster curatorial team with curatorial research, exhibitions history research, artist liaison, and other aspects of project coordination.
- Integrated -
- External - Artists, commercial galleries, other relevant institutions, librarians, archivists, Puke Ariki
- Conducting new research about the artists and works in the exhibition, including reading and reviewing existing materials on artists, locating sources of information and publications on the artists, and collating artists’ biographies
- Assisting with researching and clearing images rights for exhibition, catalogue and digital use
- Handling written correspondence and project inquiries with internal and external parties
- Assisting with loan documentation
- Assisting with the organisation and documentation of works for inclusion in the exhibition
- Helping to collate and proof labels and explanatory texts
- Assisting with public programs
- Assisting curatorial staff with exhibition-related tasks and inquiries once the exhibition is on view
- Actively ensure that legislative requirements and Council policies and procedures are fulfilled, particularly in relation to all key relevant legislation
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:
- Developed annually and form part of performance and team plans
- Works collaboratively with others to enhance and/or develop team performance
- Takes responsibility and accountability for own actions and day to day decision making.
- Effective performance and delivery within a political environment.
- Maintains cultural awareness and keeps up to date with issues affecting the community.
- Sets high standards of performance for self
- Degree in art history, museum studies or cultural studies, preferably with a keen interest in contemporary art.
- Research and writing skills in the field of contemporary and modern art practices and artworks.
- Experience in proofing and editing printed material or publications is desirable.
- Knowledge of museum standards for art handling and collection storage.
- Knowledge of other languages desirable but not required.
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