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Digital Artist in Residence at Ben Uri

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Alice Odin <[log in to unmask]>

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Alice Odin <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 8 Apr 2015 12:08:58 +0100

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Hello all,

Just wanted to flag up a Digital Artist in Residence opportunity we have
here at Ben Uri. The brief is attached and below.

 Apologies for only posting this now and with such a short deadline notice,
but I've only just discovered this wonderful list!

Any questions or to send an application, do email me directly.

Alice

​
 ArtistinResidenceforcentenaryexhibitionbrief.pdf
<https://docs.google.com/a/benuri.org/file/d/0B1t8mCv-ufw-X3NEZFBzM3JqTzg/edit?usp=drive_web>
​

*Learning and Community Engagement Officer (part-time)*

Ben Uri: Art, Identity and Migration

108a Boundary Road

St John’s Wood

London NW8 0RH

T: 020 7604 3991

http://www.benuri.org.uk/

Find us on Facebook
<http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ben-Uri-The-London-Jewish-Museum-of-Art/47034548982>
& Follow us on Twitter <http://twitter.com/benurigallery>

Join us for our upcoming exhibition:

*No Set Rules*

*A century of selected works on paper from the Schlee Collection,
Southampton and the Ben Uri Collection, London 15 April – 14 June 2015*

Free Entry

Preferred Partner Manya Igel Fine Arts (www.manyaigelfinearts.com)
generously supports Free Entry to all Ben Uri Exhibitions.

Gallery Open: Monday 1-5.30, Tues-Friday 10-5.30, Sat-Sun 11-5

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We are looking to appoint an Artist-in-Residence to work with community
groups and exhibition audiences to create a digital artwork during Ben
Uri’s Centenary exhibition, Art, Identity, Migration: 100 Years of Ben Uri
in London 1915–2015 at the Inigo Rooms in Somerset House between July and
December 2015.

The Artist in Residence will work with community groups to create an
artwork that uses the collection as inspiration to respond to the question:
‘What does migration mean in contemporary society?’.

The Artist in Residence will deliver formal participatory sessions with
community participants to help produce project outcomes, as well as engage
more informally with exhibition visitors to produce a final artwork
relating to the exhibition and its engagement activities. Other key
responsibilities will include delivering a presentation evening of the
artist’ final collaborative work at the end of the exhibition, deliver
community workshops, and take part in the evaluation and documentation of
the project.

This is a part-time position between May and December 2015 with flexible
and occasionally evening and week-end working hours.

We are interested in appointing an artist with an interest in working
digitally and collaboratively and with the themes of migration and
identity.

Fee dependent on experience

Contact Alice Odin, Learning and Community Engagement Officer with a brief
statement and links to artwork.

Email: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>

Further information about the Centenary exhibition and Ben Uri:
http://www.benuri.org.uk/public/?centenary-countdown-at-ben-uri


Deadline to apply: Friday 10th April

Interviews will take place week 20th April

Start date: week commencing 11th May

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