Learning & Events Curator (Schools, Families & Young People)

The Schools, Families & Young People's Learning & Events Curator is responsible for strategically building on the success of the programme, curating seasonal informal learning programmes including intergenerational events; Arts Award opportunities for young people and formal learning programmes and partnerships with schools and colleges. The Learning & Events Curator will be responsible for managing and developing learning partnerships with schools, charities and other organisations and overseeing externally funded projects for these audiences.

Priorities for 2019-2020 will be to grow our young people's audience through partnerships with secondary schools and local youth services, to maintain and increase family engagement, carry out evaluation for programmes and to recruit and train artist educators to deliver our schools programme.

The role:

Maternity cover 12 months, (starting beginning of April 2019)
37.5 hours per week

To apply:

Please send a CV and covering letter indicating your suitability for the role by Wednesday 13 February 5pm to learning@wattsgallery.org.uk.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview on Tuesday 26 February.

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Volunteering

Volunteers give vital support to the Artists' Village, contributing in many different ways from engaging with visitors as stewards in the galleries to supporting our Curatorial Team to assisting at events and workshops. Discover all the Artists' Village has to offer while acquiring new skills and meeting likeminded people.

Watts Gallery Trust is an independent charity, and we rely on the commitment of over 300 volunteers from a diverse range of backgrounds and age groups. Join us at an upcoming volunteer open morning to meet current staff and volunteers and to learn more about joining our team.

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