g39 is recruiting!
We are excited to announce that g39 is currently recruiting. Co-director Anthony Shapland will be taking time out of his role during 2015 to pursue his artistic practice. As a result we are seeking two experienced and ambitious individuals to step into specially created roles.
You can contact us for an informal and confidential chat about the roles on 029 2047 3633 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are seeking an individual with exceptional and uncompromising curatorial vision and an excellent understanding of g39’s role in the visual arts ecology of Wales. The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering g39’s exhibition programme throughout 2015 and into 2016.
For full information on the post and details of how to apply, please download the digital application pack here http://bit.ly/1xoSpuQ
The Finance Officer will manage the internal financial affairs of the organisation throughout 2015 and into 2016. The successful candidate will oversee the delivery of confirmed budgets within existing structures to aid the delivery of the programme, prepare reports for the board of trustees and the relevant funding bodies and produce budget forecasts/ cashflows for funding applications and planning purposes.
For full information on the post and details of how to apply, please download the digital application pack here http://bit.ly/1B0dLnm
Tu Fewn commission for a disabled artist-curator
G39 is seeking an ambitious disabled artist-curator to contribute to our process of programming. The successful artist-curator will be commissioned to work with the g39 team for a twelve-month period between 2015-16 and will be responsible for devising one of g39's 3-month seasons in 2016, comprising a main exhibition with associated projects / exhibition spaces, seminars and talks.
Who is it for?
We are looking for a disabled artist who has a contemporary art practice. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a curatorial sensibility or ambition in their practice. We welcome applications from outside Wales but the project will require the artist-curator to have a presence in Cardiff throughout the 12 months.
What is on offer?
A fee of £7,000 (to cover the artist-curator’s time and expenses, including exhibition costs, travel and accommodation)
Mentoring and practical support from g39
Additional access support may be arranged as required
Deadline for applications: Monday 15 December 2014
Click on the link below for more information about the commission and download an application pack.