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Temporary Art Space Assistant

Temporary Art Space are looking for friendly, committed and reliable additions to their team to undertake a variety of roles based at Temporary Art Space, The Piece Hall, Halifax (UK)
Duration: 6 months, March-August 2009 Hours: 2-15 per week
Gallery opening times are Thursday-Saturday 10am-4pm and Sundays 11am-4pm.
Temporary Art Space is an unfunded, artist-run project with a lifespan of 6 months, situated in the magnificent Grade 1 listed Piece Hall in Halifax and co-directed by Alice Bradshaw, Bob Milner, Tom Senior, Kevin Boniface & Georgia Boniface.

Key Roles / Responsibilities:

General invigilation duties
Opening / closing premises
Providing information to the public about current exhibitions, opportunities and the project as a whole.
Liaising with artists, co-directors and Piece Hall staff
Serving refreshments at openings

Optional Roles / Responsibilities:

Gallery technician work
Publicity and documentation photography

Experience / Skills Required:

Similar experience preferred but not essential.
A knowledge and interest in contemporary art is desirable.
Good communication skills are essential.

Temporary Art Space is unfunded and all co-directors and staff are unpaid. Unfortunately we cannot cover any travel expenses but we do have plenty of tea.

To apply: email info@temporaryartspace.co.uk with:

You contact details
Any relevant information about your art practice or work experience.
An indication of which area(s) you would particularly like to work in.

For more information see www.temporaryartspace.co.uk



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