Creative Learning Coordinator

Last edited by helenshilts on 9 February 2020
Salary / Fee: 
£22,000 pa
Closing Date: 
Monday, 2 March, 2020

Modern Art Oxford is one of the UK’s most exciting and influential contemporary art organisations, renowned for its bold and ambitious artistic programme that promotes diversity and internationalism and celebrates contemporary art as a progressive agent of social change.

Modern Art Oxford welcomes more than 100,000 visitors each year with 10,000 attendances in creative learning and participation activities. The organisation’s digital content reaches 450,000 through Modern Art Oxford’s digital channels annually. Through a wide range of high-quality content creation and programming, Modern Art Oxford aims to make contemporary art accessible and engaging to the widest audience and to promote creativity in all of its visual forms. Over the last 50 years Modern Art Oxford has brought some of the world’s most important artists to the city, and the UK, and has developed an international reputation for pioneering emerging and under-represented artists.
Modern Art Oxford is a registered charity and relies on core funding from Arts Council England and Oxford City Council, and the generous support of individuals, trusts and foundations, sponsors and friends.

ROLE SPECIFICATION

The Creative Learning Coordinator supports the administration of participation activities and engagement work with schools, young people and communities.

Working as part of the Programme team at the gallery, your contribution will be in administrating and organising high quality creative learning activity. Your role will include building and sustaining contact with local people and partners including individual, schools, communities, groups and organisations in Oxford and beyond.

For further details please go to our website https://www.modernartoxford.org.uk/about...

Contact Details: 
Visual Arts
Education (adult learning)
Education (young people and schools)
Families and early years
Adults
Children and Families
Young People