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Creative Producer




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$75,000 - $90,000

Have you led a museum exhibit design project, managed content creation for interactive social or public learning environments? Are you a hyper-organized doer who thrives on coordinating creative projects across disciplines and wants to build award-winning museums that transform public spaces? If so, being a Creative Producer at MICRO is your dream job.

As MICRO’s Creative Producer, you will manage, curate, and craft powerful stories and ideas into MICRO museums. Your organizational dexterity, creative eye, and project management superpowers will help design, build, and drive the future of museums and public spaces.

You will coordinate and oversee the development, planning, and creation of multi-platform media across MICRO projects, and be responsible for engaging MICRO’s awesome designers and content creators. You will be responsible for bringing MICRO's founders' and clients' creative visions to life, and will play a key role in developing robust systems.

MICRO is an equal opportunity employer and actively recruits people of color, women, individuals with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community. Non-US citizens OK.



MICRO creates six-foot-tall museums that transform public spaces into interactive learning environments, increasing access for diverse populations and making world-class museum experiences accessible to all.

We bring together scientists, designers, and storytellers to squeeze a vast, complex world into museums the size of vending machines. Then we replicate the tiny museums and install them in unexpected places like hospital waiting rooms, transit hubs, and the DMV.

Museums are trusted sources of knowledge, but traditional brick and mortar museums are geographically clustered. In NYC, Manhattan has 85 museums. The Bronx has 8. The boroughs have the same population.

The impact museums have is demographically narrow: across America 90% of museum visitors are white, and museum entry is often expensive.

MICRO wants to change that.

MICRO has been called a “storytelling machine.” It was awarded the Tribeca Film Institute’s 2017 New Media Award, SXSW‘s 2019 Place by Design Award, and two Editors’ Choice Awards at the World Maker Faire.



  • Manage complex projects, including the development and oversight of timelines and budgets for museum content creation
  • Strategically lead the creative process for museum exhibits, narratives, and stories
  • Coordinate and expand a diverse team of writers, designers, animators, and scientists to develop audience-appropriate content that presents information in refreshing and surprising ways
  • Coordinate and effectively manage relationships with key external partners and clients, including leading high-level presentations and meetings
  • Effectively communicate project information and synthesize client feedback with MICRO internal strategy
  • Manage internal documentation including content repositories, graphics layouts, project timelines, and asset banks
  • Translate high-level ideas and vision into practical, executable actions


  • 5+ years of experience in location-based media, museum exhibit design, the creation of educational media, journalistic content for public engagement, or similar
  • 2+ years of managing a team of creatives, and/or creative content processes
  • Strong project and client services experience, ideally in a creative capacity
  • Strong writer and effective communicator across all platforms
  • Demonstrated track record of managing systems to achieve long-term goals, including experience with thorough but ambitious timelines and budgets
  • Experience coordinating and working on interdisciplinary teams, including priority-setting and time management
  • Familiarity with basic graphic design and project management software


  • Experience as an editor, curator, or other role responsible for collating input from trusted and diverse sources (eg. museum copy, journalism, thesis writing)
  • Experience coordinating with fact checkers, science communicators, and subject matter experts
  • Access to a network of creatives, designers, animators, writers, and graphic designers ideal


  • Proactive and self-motivated
  • Creative problem-solver who thrives in ambiguity
  • Strong, strategic communicator who values feedback
  • Ability to quickly diagnose problems and propose solutions
  • Innovative and creative, you enjoy approaching projects from unique angles
  • Excited to work as part of a small, fast-paced team
  • Passionate about public science communication and creating clever media
  • Close attention to detail
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Rehearsal Director/Dance Coach





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Discussed individually
Application Deadline: 
August 26th

Contemporary AURA Dance Theatre based in Kaunas, Lithuania is looking for an experienced Rehearsal Director.

Rehearsal Director will run rehearsals, classes (as teacher/coach), make schedules for work days and tours, manage the dancers and work closely with the Artistic Director to ensure that all AURA Dance Theatre performances are rehearsed and presented to the highest standard.

Candidates must have Rehearsal Director/Artistic Assistant job experience, dance and teaching experience, strong people management and organizational skills.

AURA is the only one municipal theatre of contemporary dance in Lithuania and one of a very few companies of contemporary dance in Lithuania that shows the skills of the professional dance. Since 2014 theatre's troupe is international, containing dancers from all over the world (USA, Brasil, South Korea, Japan, Scotland, etc.)

AURA took part in various international events, represented Lithuania’s modern dance in 27 foreign countries (Austria, Great Britain, Greece, Canada, France, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Germany etc.), performed at more than 162 festivals.

AURA has about 50 city, national and international awards, also received excellent feedback from both local and foreign press.

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Interim Head of Cultural Services




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57-69k per annum
Application Deadline: 
3rd September 2019


Head of Cultural Services - Salary £57-69k per annum

Gloucester City Council is seeking to recruit an interim Head of Service to lead the City’s cultural services at an exciting, pivotal and challenging time.  This is a great opportunity for someone who:

can bring their knowledge and experience to help us shape our thinking and approaches

has the creativity and imagination to find and implement pragmatic solutions

has the confidence, credibility and personality to help build and maintain partnerships and work collaboratively

has the skills to lead teams with a real passion for the City and the services they provide.

The opportunity is exciting because Gloucester is heading towards the final year of a 3-year ACE/HLF/HE Great Place programme delivering real cultural change in the City, including the creation of a new cultural entrepreneurs’ hub in the City centre.  A recent Venues Feasibility Plan lays the groundwork for what we must do to develop audiences, build partnerships and relationships, utilise meanwhile spaces across the city and engage more with young people.  We have a strong partnership with the Roundhouse, Camden to develop talent in Gloucester and support existing arts organisations including the Gloucester Guildhall.  And we are serious about bidding for City of Culture in 2025.

The opportunity is pivotal because you’ll help drive the Gloucester Roundhouse Exchange with a particular focus on building capacity and skills at the Guildhall, you’ll work with the Gloucester Culture Trust on the City of Culture bid and delivery of Gloucester’s Cultural Strategy and Vision 2016-2026, you’ll craft the Council’s response to the Venues Feasibility report.  You’ll lead the implementation of the emerging Guildhall and Blackfriars Development Plans, shape our thinking about the potential to create a Trust to operate our venues and develop a new Museums Development Plan. 

The opportunity is challenging because there is so much to do.  Your first job will be to identify the priorities and work to a deliverable plan.  Unlike many places, Gloucester is investing in Culture and we have the active support of major funders like ACE and HLF, but money is always tight so fundraising, income generation and budget management will be features of your role.  We are also transferring our former Museum of Gloucester Life buildings to the Gloucester Historic Buildings Trust and the Gloucester Civic Trust to enable the creation of a new Heritage Hub in the City.

Because we need to be flexible in our response to these opportunities, we are seeking to recruit an interim Head of Service for a 12-month period.  The successful candidate will manage teams at Gloucester Guildhall, Blackfriars and the Museum of Gloucester as well as our decant from the Museum of Gloucester Life.  You will work closely with the Gloucester Culture Trust on the delivery of the Great Place Programme and the City’s Cultural Vision and Strategy.  You’ll develop, maintain and enhance our relationships with the Roundhouse, Marketing Gloucester Ltd, Great Place partners, cultural organisations, funders and the people of Gloucester.

We know that we are asking a great deal.  We also believe that this is a unique opportunity to influence and deliver the City’s cultural ambitions.  To make sure we get the right person for the role we are happy to be flexible in considering secondments, interim appointments, job sharing and anything else that would help you bring your talents to Gloucester.

Gloucester City Council is transforming the City and itself.  We’ve implemented an ambitious transformation programme, creating an agile workforce, a culture open to change and a structure which offers opportunities to work across a range of services from regeneration, culture and heritage to city centre and community wellbeing. 

If you’d like to discuss this opportunity, please contact Jonathan Lund (Corporate Director) on 01452 396276 or email me at



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Account Director




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1 August 2019

Account Director : Arts PR : £Neg.+ excellent bonus 

  • Create PR and brand strategy for global arts galleries, artists, arts & heritage institutions. 

Our client is a word leading PR agency for arts market.

As Account Director you will work with UK and global clients to create PR and brand strategy for commercial art galleries, art fairs, art prizes & awards, cultural events, biennales, heritage institutions, museums, festivals, cultural zones, and individual artists. You will ensure your clients get top measurable results - from creating a VIP programme to planning a media relations campaign to a brand audit to a digital communications strategy.

Core functions of an Account Director : 

  • Lead Client Accounts 
    • Lead on client meetings 
    • Demonstrate to clients coverage achieved / anticipated 
    • Formulate campaign, copy, and brand strategy.
    • Monitor client service to ensure high level service is maintained 
    • Liaise with Account Managers for status and other reports 
    • Maintain awareness of media landscape relevant to client accounts
  • Manage a team.
    • Ensure your Account Managers & Account Executives receive training & mentoring 
    • Motivate your direct reports by being a respected leader in the agency 
    • Brief your team on strategy 
    • Monitor the team’s work to make certain work is in line with strategy, timeline, and budget 
  • New Business : 
    • Create new business proposals 
    • Initiate business development ideas for the agency
    • Proactively seek new business -  you benefit from an excellent bonus for new business wins.
  • Media Relations : 
    • Provide clients with media training 
    • Write press releases and other materials 
    • Respond to press requests 
    • Meet with top tier Arts & Cultural Editors & Journalists 
    • Pitch following send-outs 

Key Candidate Criteria : 

  • Experience at SAM or AD level in an agency environment.
  • Experience of formulating and analysing media, brand. and digital strategies 
  • Demonstrate track record of securing press coverage for top level arts clients. 

This is an ideal opportunity for a PR professional experienced in and passionate about arts & culture.

You will report to the senior agency leaders.

This is a pivotal position in the agency whereby you will embody positive leadership behaviours internally and externally. 

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Sales & Operations Manager




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30 August 2019

The Sales & Operations Manager is a critical role central to the artistic and commercial success of the gallery. You benefit from a bonus calculated as a share of the sales commission pool. 

You will support the gallery sales team as well as the gallery operations team.

It is an opportunity to be key member of the team supporting both the Sales & Operations teams.

You will have a wide variety of interesting tasks such as conducting artwork research, researching clients, maintaining contact with clients, keeping ArtLogic database up to date, responding to gallery enquires, maintaining the inventory of art works, coordinating shipping & delivery of artworks, maintaining Artist ReSale Rights information (ARR) information, raising sales invoices, supporting HR administration, and ensuring the smooth running of all gallery facilities from managing the cleaning staff to liaising with IT contractors. 

Key Tasks : 

  • Research artwork sales including price, auction, and artist research 
  • Maintain client database including ensuring records maintained in ArtLogic
  • Filter and respond to enquires 
  • Assist in the sales process from consignment to delivery ensuring all documentation completed 
  • Co-ordinate the shipping  & delivery of art works 
  • Complete Condition Reports on received art works 
  • Make certain that art works are correctly along with maintenance, packing, and handling notes
  • Catalogue incoming artworks 
  • Maintain Artist ReSale Rights information (ARR)  
  • Raise sales invoices, process payments, and compile artist commission payments 
  • Maintain the VAT Margin Scheme records 
  • Keep inventory up to date 
  • Liaise with conservators regarding restoration work 
  • Administrative support regarding Human Resources, Health & Safety compliance, and Finance 
  • Daily gallery facilities management including management of cleaning staff

Experience required : 

  • Similar experience gained in a gallery or auction house is required. 

Why join this gallery : 

It’s an exciting time to join. With a new management & executive team the gallery is embarking on strong growth plans backed by large capital investment. The gallery focusses on contemporary artists working in a range of mediums including video. Whilst maintaining a strong commercial focus the gallery has an open and engaging style whereby events are held to develop meaningful value added experiences for existing and potential customers.

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