Job Opportunity: ‘Playing the Race Card Exhibition’ Project Manager

Job Opportunity: ‘Playing the Race Card Exhibition’ Project Manager

Fee: £8000 (for 45 days)
Job type: Freelance, fixed-term, part-time contract.
Start date: 1 February 2024
Project duration: 8 months
Project Location: Hastings (open to hybrid working)
Deadline for applications: 9am, Monday 8th January 2024

We are currently seeking a passionate and experienced Project Manager to deliver our upcoming exhibition at Hastings Museum and Art Gallery and its associated wraparound activities. 

Running from 3 May – 25 August 2024, this important exhibition will be accompanied by a vibrant programme of performance, talks and workshops, celebrating Black Joy.

About Playing the Race Card

Playing the Race Card is a programme of activities and events in Hastings using art and creativity to create a space for a town-wide conversation on race. The project was created by local resident Claudine Eccleston in response to her own experiences.

It is led by the local Black community who have formed a voluntary-run Working Group to help shape the vision of the project. The Working Group is supported by Home Live Art, a local arts charity with 25 years of producing experience. 

https://www.playingtheracecard.co.uk

More about the role

This role will suit a motivated project manager who enjoys team working and appreciates the value of diversity in the arts and wants to increase this.

The role includes coordinating the exhibition as well as supporting the delivery of wraparound activities including talks, social events and workshops; all of which centre the work of Black artists & artists of colour. The successful candidate must therefore have an understanding of the lived experiences of Black people and/or people of colour.

While the project is based in Hastings, we are open to receiving applications from those living elsewhere in the UK who are able to work in a hybrid way. The Project Manager will be required to attend key meetings and wraparound events in person, some of which will be in the evening.

To view the full Job Description and Person Specification, please download the Job Information Document.

Application process and interviews

  • Deadline for applications is 9am, Monday 8th January 2024
  • Interviews will be held on week beginning 15 January 2024
  • Start date: 1 February 2023

Please fill in the Online Application Form to apply.

If you have any questions about the role, the wider organisation or the application process you can email Hannah@homeliveart.com

This role is funded by Good Stuff in St Leonards, Necessity and Home Live Art. 

Image: Panel discussion at Playing the Race Card Exhibition 2023 taken by South Coast Squared



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