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From: Honor Harger <honor.harger@tate.org.uk>
Subject: job vacancy at Tate Modern
Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2000 12:19:02 +0100


Hi there,

Just thought you might be interested in a job vacancy here at Tate Modern
<http://www.tate.org.uk> <http://www.tate.org.uk>>  in London.

All enquiries to Jo Firth
PH: : (44) 020 7401 8025
jo.firth@tate.org.uk <mailto:jo.firth@tate.org.uk>

Please feel free to pass this on to colleagues who you think might be
interested.

Best wishes


Honor Harger
Webcasting Project Manager & Curator, Tate Modern
PH: (44) 020 7401 5066
honor.harger@tate.org.uk <mailto:Honor.harger@tate.org.uk>
http://www.tate.org.uk



Curator: Events and Courses Tate Modern, London, UK
Permanent Band: 4 £18,575 - £26,479 pro rata - 4 days

Working with other curators in the Interpretation and Education Department
at Tate Modern, you will be in the critical position of judging and
delivering the educational needs of adults.

Primarily for people with an existing interest and knowledge of contemporary
art, the events and courses you run will attract Higher Education students
and professionals, as well as the general adult audience. You will also
participate in the delivery of formal post-graduate courses to which Tate
contributes, with involvement at every stage in the organisation of
seminars, lectures and conferences.

Preferably published on the subject, you will contribute an extensive
knowledge of modern and contemporary art and theory. Ideally with relevant
experience, you will have administrative expertise and the capacity to be an
innovative programmer of events. Editorial and public speaking experience is
useful, and you'll need to be an articulate communicator who relates easily
to others. You will have at least a Master's degree or a PhD, you will be
qualified to teach in Higher Education. Experience of teaching and
curriculum planning at a post-graduate level is advantageous.



Job Reference: TMIED003
Contact: Jo Firth

Interview Date: 25 July 2000
Closing Date: 14 July 2000
Date Posted: 05 July 2000

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