Richmond Arts Service and Orleans House Gallery seeks Programmer (Artist Development)

Closing Date: 5 July 2020

Richmond Arts Service and Orleans House Gallery

Location: London

Remuneration: £31,013 - £37,581


A blue outlined drawing of a mansion house next to Orleans House Gallery in blue.

• Are you looking to join an innovative, dynamic and forward-thinking team?
• Do you enjoy developing and delivering cultural activities and programmes?
• Are you passionate about supporting artists and developing the art sector at a range of levels?
• Would you like to bring new art forms to residents?
If you answered yes, we want to hear from you.

The Programmer (Artist Development) for Richmond Arts Service and Orleans House Gallery (OHG) is responsible for parts of the public and strategic programmes delivered by the Arts Service. This includes the management of a series of projects, events and programmes that develop artists and the arts sector at a range of levels within the borough, as well as bringing new artists and art forms to the borough.

The post requires an experienced cultural programme developer, with experience of developing and managing public programmes, and the partnerships, people and resources to deliver them.

Who we are
Based at Orleans House Gallery on Twickenham Riverside, the Arts Service team is responsible for a range of creative programmes that have the public at the heart of the activity. We deliver a number of high profile festivals including the Richmond Literature Festival that bring new art to the borough, alongside strategic projects to support artists and develop the local arts sector.

We are advertising several new posts within a newly designed structure. This position will sit alongside a further two Programmers who have expertise in Exhibitions & Collections and Learning & Engagement. The Programmers are supported by a team of Arts Officers.

For further information and to apply please visit the website.

Provisional Closing Date: Sunday 5th July 2020
Provisional Interview Date: Week commencing 20th July 2020