The Art & Design Team at Edinburgh’s Telford College are delighted to announce a call for applications for our 2011-2012 Artist in Residence (AIRetc) programme.
The Artist in Residence programme (AIRetc…) is an innovative scheme which provides recently graduated / professional artist and designers who have previously studied at Edinburgh’s Telford College with the opportunity to develop their knowledge, skills and experience in Art & Design education while developing their creative practice in a dedicated studio space.
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Full-time Learning Assistant Required: Art and Design
Fixed term until 17th June 2011
Salary: £18,918 – £22,604 (pro rata)
Reference number: LAFA1
Edinburgh’s Telford College is the largest Further Education College in the City of Edinburgh and one of the largest in Scotland, enrolling almost 20,000 students each year. We are based at our high quality state of the art campus on Granton Waterfront.
We have an exciting and challenging opportunity for an individual to join our team of committed professionals. The Art and Design team seeks to recruit a Learning Assistant to support the provision of a first class learning experience.
The successful candidate will support learners undertaking Art & Design courses from non-advanced level pathways & Btec diagnostic courses to Higher National Diploma courses in Contemporary Art Practice and Illustration. This is a key role within a highly regarded professional and creative Art and Design team.
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The bursary, now in its fourth year, is available to mid-career disabled or deaf artists working in the field of visual arts. This year’s winner will be given £5,000 and a residency at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead. The bursary has firmly established itself as one of the most significant commissioning opportunities for disabled artists in the UK.
Applications are welcomed both from artists who work in a disability or deaf arts context, and from those whose work is not focused on their disability. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for entries for the competition is Monday 18 October at 10am. For information on how to apply, please visit our website www.shapearts.org.uk.
The annual bursary was set-up in memory of Adam Reynolds, to provide time, space and support for artists to develop their ideas without the pressure to deliver a particular outcome develop their ideas without the pressure to deliver a particular outcome. Adam Reynolds (1959-2005) was a sculptor, curator, teacher and arts advisor. Adam was active in the disability arts sector and generous in his support for other artists, the bursary is offered in the same spirit in which Adam lived and worked. World-renowned sculptor, Antony Gormley is patron of the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary. Gormley says, “Adam was inspirational as an artist and a man – seeing his disability as a strength. This bursary is the most practical and powerful way to continue doing what Adam did to make the possible palpable.
” The Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary 2010-11 is made possible by The Garfield Weston Foundation.
Vacancy: Exhibitions Assistant (p/t) at Talbot Rice Gallery, deadline for applications is 26 March 2010.
Based at Talbot Rice Gallery, the University public art gallery, you will work on exhibitions, assisting the Principal Curator to develop exhibition ideas and contribute to the research and planning activities . This is a busy role in the operational delivery of the exhibition programme including assisting with logistics, artist liaison and communications. Please note that you are able to apply even though it is identified on the Website as being for internal application only. Interviews are likely to be held week of 19 April 2010.
Details of the vacancy and online application at http://www.jobs.ed.ac.uk/
Closing date for applications: Friday 5 March 2010
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s Micro Residency programme was created to give artists time and space to develop their research and practice in an unpressurised environment which encourages experimentation.
The flexible nature of the programme allows participating artists to explore new ideas and processes outwith their normal practice; benefiting from Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s facilities, staff support, and encourages networking / peer critiques between themselves and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s artists.
The Micro Residencies promote interdisciplinary practice and include events that enable the public to meet and talk with artists. The Artists’ Collective, FOUND’s work, Cybraphon, subsequently won a Scottish BAFTA in 2009.
“FOUND used the ESW micro-residency to develop and prototype ideas that would eventually become Cybraphon. It was ideal for trial and error work as ESW put no pressure on us to create a ‘finished’ article as such. It also gave FOUND our first studio proper and led to us taking up another studio space for a year with ESW.” Ziggy Campbell, FOUND
Each Micro Residency lasts one month. Selected artists will be given one of the ESW studios and access ESW’s workshop equipment free of charge. A fee of £150 is awarded to successful applicants for production costs, and ESW will organise and promote a public event at the end of the residency.
ESW are currently inviting applications for the months of April, September, October and November 2010. On the application form, please indicate which month(s) you wish to be considered for.
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop,
25 Hawthornvale, Edinburgh EH6 4JT
Tel: 0131 551 4490
2010 micro residency application form