Type: Permanent Full-Time
Closing date: 14 July 2019
Interview date: 25 July 2019.
We have an exciting opportunity for a new Exhibitions Assistant within our Exhibitions Department. The team is made up of a Head of Exhibitions, one Senior Exhibitions Manager, one Senior Touring Manager, four Exhibitions Managers, one Senior Exhibitions Assistant and (in total) three Exhibitions Assistants. Additional Exhibition Managers are brought in on short term contracts to assist with specific projects.
As a department, we deliver around 7 exhibitions a year at Trafalgar Square, alongside projects nationally and internationally. We work closely with all departments across the gallery to achieve this.
The Exhibitions Assistant supports the organisation and delivery of temporary exhibitions from the point of initial programming, through to de-installation, including any onward tour.
For more information and to download a full job description, please visit the National Gallery website.
If you are interested in this opportunity to join our team please complete the online application form by 14th July 2019.
Preparing to Borrow Workshop Programme 2019 – Open for Booking
TEG is very pleased to be partnering with Art Fund and Arts Council England (ACE) again in 2019, to deliver a programme of Preparing to Borrow Workshops:
Marketplace 2019 at Thinktank, Birmingham science centre – Booking Open!
TEG are delighted to announce that the 2019 Marketplace and Pre-Marketplace Seminar will be held at Thinktank, Birmingham science museum on the 2nd and 3rd May.
This year’s seminar, Commissioning and Collaborating to Tour, will explore all aspects of commissioning, from creative content and graphic design to exhibition build. The speakers will consider the imaginative, practical and contractual steps involved in commissioning.
The popular 5 Minute Share will return after the seminar, for those of you searching for exhibition partners or feedback on an idea. 5 Minute Share slots are available on a first come first served basis after booking.
The 2019 Member-Delegate fee remains at the low 2018 rate, and this year we are also offering non-members an early bird booking discount until 21 March.
Join us to network and see the huge variety of projects, partnership opportunities and tours the sector has to offer, and to meet our corporate members and suppliers.
Keep an eye out for future announcements that will include details of the tours and talks around Birmingham to be held during the event. 2019’s TEG AGM will include an update on TEG’s future plans and change of status to a CIO.
For full details and to book your delegate place and stand now, click here.
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|ABC04977||Development Officer Fundraising||Full Time, Fixed Term for 12 Months||Live 16.11, closing 02.12|
|ABC05003||Museum Liaison Officer||Permanent, Full-Time||Live 16/11, Closing 29/11|
|ABC05002||Museum Support Officer Fundraising||Fixed Term – 12 months, Part Time 22.20 hours||Live 16/11, Closing 29/11|
|ABC04996||Performance & Events Officer||Permanent, Part Time, 22.2 hours per week||Live 16/11, Closing 07/12|
Last month an article was published on the Experience UK website about the benefits of being a member of the Touring Exhibitions Group. If you’re are looking for international opportunities, Experience UK is free to join. You can take a look at the article here.
Announcing new professional development opportunities, new exhibitions and members’ news: the Summer 2018 TEG Newsletter is available here.
Unfortunately, we included an incorrect link to The Collections Trust website in the newsletter.
Please use the corrected link to the draft list and feedback form.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Do you have experience of client relationship management and strong negotiation skills?
Science Museum Group is looking to recruit a Partnerships Manager on a fixed term, 23-month contract. You will directly impact the success of our touring programme and will ensure its sustainability long-term. The aim of the programme is to raise the profile of the museums within SMG and increase brand recognition. Reporting to the Head of Touring Exhibitions the main purpose of the role will be business development, client relationship management and contract negotiation.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to aid these strategic aims by maintaining and expanding the SMG network of potential partners and host venues, promoting the growing touring exhibitions offer within a competitive marketplace and securing bookings for our exhibitions.
It is essential candidates have experience of negotiating multiple contracts simultaneously across different projects, with knowledge of partnerships and client relationship management. An excellent communicator, you will have the ability to work under pressure to meet targets and tight deadlines calmly and effectively.
Applicants should be aware that this role is Group wide and time will be spent at the other SMG sites in York, Manchester and Bradford. There will also be significant amounts of international travel, so applicants must not have any travel restrictions.
For more information, please visit the Science Museum Group website or follow link below
We have a mid-tour slot which has become available for our exhibition tour, The Lost Words. The show is available from October to December 2018 (between displays in Edinburgh and West Sussex). Please contact Abi Pole if interested.
Compton Verney is delighted to present The Lost Words, a unique collaborative project between writer Robert Macfarlane and artist Jackie Morris. Taking the form of both an exhibition and a book published by Hamish Hamilton, The Lost Words celebrates the relationship between language and the living world, and of nature’s power to spark the imagination.
We are pleased to announce that our new website is now live.
Jason Williamson, chair of TEG says:
On behalf of Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG) I’m delighted to announce that TEG is launching a new website enabling a user friendly approach, comprehensive exhibition searching and a clear pathway to our past and future professional development opportunities. I want to take this opportunity to thank the staff and volunteers of TEG and our website developers Surface Impression for their dedication and determination to ensure this website will serve its users to support touring exhibitions.
Peter Pavement, director of Surface Impression says:
The new website will allow TEG members to showcase their work in a far more useful and engaging manner, helping to foster more opportunities for exhibition creators and exhibitors alike. Creating the new site was a huge collaborative effort by the TEG team and Surface Impression, with graphic design by Catherine Livsey at Warmbread, who provided the lovely illustrations that give the pages such character.
If you are a current active TEG member, please look out for an email advising you of your new log-in.
If your membership payment is pending or you are a lapsed member, you will be able to access the member areas of the site once your subscription is received.
We’d love to hear what you think of the new website.
Please send any feedback or queries to TEG