Opportunity: Greening Arts Practice CPD Manager

12th January 2022

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Freelance contract (part time), initially to March 2023 with potential for extension.

This work is being offered as a single package based on 1.5 days per week

We wish to appoint an experienced arts professional with demonstrable experience to co-ordinate, facilitate and help develop our Greening Arts Practice (GAP) programme and other professional development initiatives. This is an exciting opportunity to work across our projects, providing advice and support for artists at different career stages and contributing to the development of new content which supports artists and audiences.

Responsibilities:

  • Contributing to the planning and implementation of CAD support programmes for artistic practice development that focus on green arts practice, environmental issues, slow art and social engagement.
  • Facilitating our GAP programme of talks, discussions and events. This programme combines online sessions with in-person events, including talks and discussions.
  • Management and delivery of other training initiatives, including a range of bespoke learning opportunities for visual artists.
  • Research and writing of online CPD information, including toolkits and other support materials.
  • Contributing to funding applications and strategic documents.
  • Providing information to artists in response to enquiries and contributing relevant content for our website, newsletters and other outlets.
  • Data collection, evaluation, follow-up and presentation of project information.
  • Attendance at weekly team meetings. These involve a combination of online and in-person sessions.

Experience:

Essential

  • Experience of environmental and climate-related issues
  • Visual arts background
  • Knowledge of artists’ professional development
  • Presentation and facilitation skills
  • Project development and implementation experience

Desirable

  • Experience of Higher Education
  • Experience of art and community engagement projects
  • Fundraising skills

To apply:

Please view the full job description and application details on our website.

Deadline for applications: Thursday 5 February, 2022.

Any questions or to arrange an informal discussion, please email Christine Keogh.

Chrysalis Arts Development is an arts development agency and national portfolio organisation (NPO) supported by Arts Council England. Current projects include Unfolding Origins, Five Hectares and our Greening Arts Practice Continuing Professional Development programme.


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