Call Out for Associate Artist #climatechange

7th January 2014

The Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow is recruiting a freelance artist to work with the gallery to explore climate …

The Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow is recruiting a freelance artist to work with the gallery to explore climate change, sustainability and environmental issues while we host Early Warning Signs, a work by Ellie Harrison.

The successful artist will use their practice to help us to learn new things about ourselves as a community of gallery staff, and challenge us to explore the ways we work together as a staff team on environmental issues and sustainability in our programming. The ambition is to build a stronger internal capacity for collaborative, participatory working practice, which make a difference to our carbon footprint.

There is further information in the attached 

For any inquiries please see the contact details on the brief, although please note we will be unable to answer any inquiries until after 6 January 2014.

Submission requirements
Submissions should be sent in electronic format to John Irwin (john.irwin@glasgowlife.org.uk )

Closing date for submissions: 12 pm Friday 24 January 2014
Interviews on Monday 3 February 2014

Image: Early Warning Signs by Ellie Harrison at GoMa

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