Posted: 26th March 2021
Building on previous work and our commitment to include and represent diverse communities, Hull Museums and the Ferens Art Gallery are currently working towards staging a major exhibition at the Ferens Art Gallery exploring LGBTQ+ culture and heritage and Queer history in Hull.
To achieve this, we are now looking for a creative professional who can help us bring Hull’s LGBTQ+ heritage and stories to life, working with communities to interpret our collections, generate co-produced content and create an authentic and visually exciting exhibition in a physical and digital format.
Could this be you?
Location – remote working / Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
Artist Fee – £3,400.00
Hours / timescale – We are looking for someone who is available to start as soon as possible upon appointment, and who can work flexibly throughout the duration of the project. Please see the Lead Creative Artist brief for more detail on approximate hours and timescales.
To find out more download the complete brief for Lead Creative Artist role here – Click here to download the Lead Artist Brief
How to Apply
Download the application form here – Click here to download the Lead Artist Application Form
To apply please send your completed application form via email to: Lauren.Field@hcandl.co.uk by midnight on Sunday 11 April 2021.
As part of the application process, please ensure you have also completed the online Equality and Diversity Monitoring form, available here – Click here!
Interviews will be held on Friday 16 April 2021.
If you have a question involving the application process or require more information, please contact the Pride in Our City project leads:
Lauren Field, Community Curator: Social History – Lauren.Field@hcandl.co.uk
Elizabeth Lindley, Exhibitions Assistant – Elizabeth.Lindley@hcandl.co.uk / 01482 612721