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Troy House Art Foundation

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31/12/2020

Founded by contemporary artist Yuan Gong in 2017, Troy House Art Foundation (previously known as Fortress Contemporary Art Foundation) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the advocacy of artistic research and facilitating cultural exchange through private collection, sponsorship and public programming.

With a dynamic and growing collection of artworks, Troy House Art Foundation endeavours to conserve, present, and publish research about creative practice taking place from the past to the present. An associated programme of exhibitions and events with ideologies derived from it is cultivated in addition to enrich the collection scheme that is exclusive to Troy House Art.

In the hopes of supporting creative practitioners from arts organisations to emerging artists, we provide funding and create opportunities for scholars, artists, and institutions to forge academically rigorous programmes and pioneering projects in the field of multi-media art. In particular, Troy House Art incubates the establishment of Points Center for Contemporary Art, which is devoted to the discovery of regional culture through international residency programme and fosters the connection between Troy House Art and other collectives and networks in a global context.

As an institution, Troy House Art aspires to serve as a platform where critical dialogues, artistic reflection and practice-orientated research can intertwine to reflect the diversity and development of the societal, cultural and technological changes of our time. Through a wide and diverse range of public programmes, encompassing artist talk, lectures, tours, screenings and workshops, Troy House Art strives to promote art within the local community, encourage interdisciplinary partnership and contribute to a network for global discourse.

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Internship Program 2020

Project studies

Troy House Art Foundation will help you understand how the different creative projects are created and developed. You will take part in different stages of various projects, from collecting relevant information to writing, communicating and implementing the plan. There will also be a variety of artist residency programmes and projects that will test and train your management skills.

Collection and research

The art collection at Troy House Art Foundation is dedicated to the exploration and research of lively, pioneering, and experimental art today. Our research project for the video art collection in the contemporary art world comes with ongoing opportunities. Here, you will engage with art management systems as well as our diverse art collection while increasing your network opportunities with other artists and institutions. If you are flexible and dedicated to research, you are very welcome to join us.

Graphics Design

If you are a creative and efficient person, then why don't you join us? From the design and production of exhibition materials to the visual communication of the online platform, your creations will display the Foundation's ongoing creative future. Thus, we are excited to welcome you!

Qualification

We welcome long-term recruitment for college, graduate and recently graduated students who are interested in contemporary art and other related opportunities to it.

Working Hours

Minimum recruitment of 3 months, no less than 3 working days per week. In special circumstances, it is possible to discuss the internship working hours and resign in advance with approval. If the internship duration is less than 500 hours, the Foundation will not be able to issue an internship certificate.

Benefits

  • Internship allowance.
  • Free entrance to the exhibitions organized by Troy House Art Foundation during service hours.
  • Priority bookings for lectures and other activities.
  • Official internship certificate to receive after the internship period.
  • Outstanding work will be considered for the formal position (free of initial examination).

Volunteer

Photography Team

Responsibilities:

  • Documenting exhibitions, events and various creative producers.
  • Organize and archive photos.
  • Edit the films for artist interviews and other video materials.

Requirements:

  • Relevant photographic experience - need to provide portfolio.
  • Proficiency in PS / AI / ID / PR

Translation Team

Responsibilities:

  • Translation and proofreading of exhibition texts, art materials and other information.
  • Translation of live lectures and interviews.
  • Translation of research project report.

Requirements:

  • Excellent command of written and spoken English and Chinese (proficiency in Chinese would be an additional asset)
  • Attention to detail, rigour and commitment.
  • Interest and commitment to participate in contemporary art and related positions.

Benefits

  • Free entrance to the Foundation's exhibitions during service hours.
  • Free consultation of the Foundation's learning materials.
  • Free training in specific professional skills (i.e. exhibitions, workshops, art management etc.).
  • Priority booking for the Foundation's public lectures and other public education activities.
  • Art community.
  • Participate in internal sharing meetings and internal work meetings.
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Pattern Creator / Seamstress

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Looking for a seamtress / pattern creator to assist in creating patterns for a new line of womens wear (T-shirts, skirts, shorts, crop tops). 

Must be based in London, level of experience isnt important however basic knowloedge or creating patterns and graded pattern sizes is necessary. 

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Press & PR Officer

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24,094
Application Deadline: 
25/08/2019

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Shakespeare’s Globe is currently seeking a Press & PR Officer to act as the initial point of contact for the vast majority of the Globe’s media enquiries. Press & PR Officer will work alongside the Press & PR Manager on tasks ranging from casting announcements and storytelling festivals to large-scale film shoots, in order to enhance the Globe’s reputation and champion the Globe’s work to a wide range of audiences.

The successful candidate will have proven experience of working in a press and PR environment and excellent communication skills with the ability to deal effectively with a range of people at all levels and their requirements.

For more information and to apply, please download the job description from shakespearesglobe.com/jobs and return your completed application to recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com by midnight on Sunday 25 August 2019.

We would also be grateful if you could complete our equal opportunities monitoring form by clicking on https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/99WSQQV.

We regret that because of the high volume of anticipated applications, we may be unable to contact unsuccessful candidates. If you have a query, please email recruitment@shakespearesglobe.com.

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Trustee for National Campaign for the Arts

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The National Campaign for the Arts are on the look-out for new trustees to join our board and support our campaign for public arts funding in the UK. 

We are a small, proactive board. Currently, all of our activity and campaigning is managed by us, with assistance from a part-time administrator. You will play a busy, hands-on role in our work and the success of our campaigns.

We campaign for more public funding and investment in the arts because life is better when it is surrounded by arts and culture. We are not complaining nay-sayers, we are positively For The Arts. We believe that the arts benefit everyone, that they are socially and economically valuable and that they require long term investment to survive and grow. We want to empower the public to champion the arts, to build such a loud collective voice that the logical case for sustainable public investment cannot be ignored.

We want people who can bring one or more of the following:

  • specialist skills and experience that enhance our team. We are particularly looking for people with expertise in any of the following areas: event production; digital communications; education and training; human resources; press and public relations.
  • Professional connections that will open doors and make action easier
  • In-kind support or funding that we can invest to expand our reach
  • Recognisable status as an arts practitioner that will bring fresh perspective
  • We are keen that our board is representative of the society that we speak to and on behalf of. We welcome and encourage applications from all backgrounds, especially young people and those who are traditionally less well represented.

What we expect of our trustees:

  • To attend board meetings – every other month, usually in central London, in person or via video link. You will be expected to read and contribute to board papers and minutes ahead of each meeting. The meetings are participatory: we want you to bring perspective and experience to our collective decisions.
  • To be active between meetings – we are a ‘doing’ board. Each trustee is expected take on tasks and activities at meetings, and to actively pursue them in collaboration with the rest of the board.
  • To provide content – we expect all board members to contribute to newsletters, write pieces for our website, and enhance our social media feeds.
  • To bring individual skills – beyond the above, each trustee’s further contribution is likely to depend on their experiences, skills and areas of interest. We expect all trustees to be an asset to the collective: enthusiastic, open and collaborative in a way that will achieve results
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Volunteer Gallery Assistant

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£15 daily expenses paid

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We are a young and rapidly developing contemporary art gallery, located in Central London, looking for a volunteer to join our small team. The successful candidate will have the chance to learn about every aspect of running a gallery and will gain hands-on experience in this field of work. We are looking for someone with an interest in the gallery’s ethos and artists, is enthusiastic, and someone who is ready to learn. Good English, attention to detail and computer literacy are essential.

 

The placement starts in early September and is for three months, with possible extension upon mutual agreement. You will need to be available two days a week. Working hours are 11am-6pm, £15 per day expenses paid.

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Digital Designer skilled in Illustration and AFX

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£DOE

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Our client, a growing independent award-winning digital advertising agency, is looking for a super-talented Digital Designer with skills in animation and illustration to join their East Central London office. They are looking for an enthusiastic creative-thinker who is really passionate about digital design, illustration, and animation. Someone that can deliver beautifully conceived ideas as well as being a good hands-on designer.

The successful candidate will be creating digital assets and adverts including social media images, GIFS, homepage banners and videos for a range of big-name clients, and will be confident in their own ability to deliver unique and striking designs across a range of outputs. Strong knowledge of social platforms is key.

 

Essential Requirements: 

  • You have 3+  years experience working at digital and integrated agencies.
  • You are an ideas person used to creating digital campaigns with rich content.
  • You’re up to date with the latest design trends and you have a deep understanding of all things digital.
  • You have an engaging portfolio of work that demonstrates award-worthy digital and social design, alongside impressive illustration and motion work, experimentations.
  • You possess a solid understanding of storytelling and how to reach people’s hearts and minds.
  • You have an exceptional eye for detail
 and ability to use your strong Photoshop, Illustrator and After Effects to create exceptional pixel-perfect layouts
  • You can execute a variety of design, illustration and animation styles.
  • You are an adaptive designer, able to work on a variety of platforms, from static social posts to videos, using illustration and photography, 3D, image libraries and stock, or bespoke film.
  • You are an excellent communicator and articulate your ideas clearly.
  • You are highly organised and able to manage deadlines effectively.
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