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Scotland + Venice Professional Development Programme Opportunity
Scotland + Venice and Scottish Contemporary Art Network (SCAN) are looking for one Exhibition Assistant (for four weeks) and one Senior Exhibition Assistant (for ten weeks) to join the team taking part in the Scotland + Venice professional development programme (PDP), for the Venice Biennale between May and November 2019.
This opportunity aims to encourage and support diversity in the visual arts sector, and you do not have to have a formal education within the arts to apply. It is fully funded and participants will receive a fixed fee for taking part, relevant training, hands-on work experience and creative skills development.
We welcome applications from people aged 18 and over who can demonstrate their interest in pursuing a career in the visual arts in Scotland. Please note that students are not eligible for these places on the programme. You do not need to have a further/higher or degree level qualification in the arts to apply.
To apply please download and read the full information and details of how to apply and submit your application and monitoring form showing that you have an enthusiasm for the opportunity and that you have the key personal skills and experience required.
More information about the previous Professional Development Programmes can be found here.
Deadline: 10am on 30th January 2019
Interview date / location: 6th or 7th February 2019 in Glasgow
Please note that if you are selected you must be available for the residential training weekend at Cove Park in Argyll & Bute on 15-17 February.