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Job title: Project Curator, International Partnerships
Type: Fixed-term, Full-time (36 hours)
Salary: £37,463 per annum (including £3,000 MRA)
Location: London, UK
The International Partnerships (IP) team conceives, develops, and curates exhibitions for and with museums, galleries and visual arts organisations globally, to build networks and share programmes and expertise. This is done through a variety of programmes, including international consultancy and training programmes. Parallel to the touring programme of loan exhibitions from all four Tate galleries, a dedicated strand of international touring programme has been established to enable Tate to work with a wide range of art institutions and share the collection with audiences in many parts of the world, whilst generating income to support Tate’s wider activity.
In this role you will work on the IP programme, including leading on the development and delivery of an ambitious new artistic commission to be presented at a Tate site and at a major international museum. You will work with multiple stakeholders to oversee exhibition design, agree schedules, contracts, budgets, and divisions of responsibility supporting the development and day-to-day running of Tate’s international touring exhibition programme, ensuring that high quality exhibitions are conceived, curated, developed, and delivered to international partners.
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Closing date: Thursday 17 August 2023
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