14th August. Recruitment Now Ended
We are recruiting a Project Co-ordinator to deliver a new programme this Autumn for emerging artists. This is a freelance position approx. a day a week between mid-September through December. The actual programme will start mid-October and take place every Monday.
The person we are looking for will facilitate and co-ordinate the weekly sessions with participants, invited guest speakers and Chisenhale studio artists. They will also assist participants to produce a group show. Therefore they should have a good knowledge of the practical aspects of thriving and surviving as an artist in the initial years after completion of BA degrees. They must also have a great understanding of the wider art world and the diversity of individual career paths available to artists. With excellent communication skills and an enterprising approach, they will be confident in dealing with a range of art professionals and also able to foster a dynamic group working relationship.
If interested please get in touch with Andrea Davidson, our Arts Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
We’d love to get someone appointed by 15th August if possible.
The early morning before sunrise or between the hours of 4am – 8am is considered a magical time, especially for photographers and cinematographers.
This special summer workshop will help you understand your camera, composition and making the most of natural morning light under the guidance of an experienced cityscape photographer whose approach has brought widespread recognition.
All levels welcome.
Date and time: Saturday, 9. August, 5-10am
Place: Chisenhale Studios and the surrounding area. (Chisenhale Art Place, 64-84 Chisenhale Rd, E3 5QZ.)
Time and where to meet: Ground Floor Education Room, Chisenhale Studios at 5am.
What to bring: Your camera and a notebook and pen.
Cost: £55. Includes light breakfast. Places are limited and must be booked in advance:
email@example.com or 07919 234 997.
Kisina’s signature style centres on reflections and natural light. She travels the world photographing cities and does most of her work between 5 and 8am.
Ryan Curtis, in his first long term residency, will instigate a body of work that uses journey forms between sites of contemporary monuments as semi-ritualistic starting points for making sculptural and installation based work. Ryan will also be using the residency to support recent commissions and upcoming exhibitions. Critical exchange and engagement will be the key to the success of this residency, so expect to see some blogging, open crits…and possibly the production of a “low-fi” publication in collaboration with an independent printer or arts publisher.
Ryan will be in Studio4 during July, August and September 2014.
You can follow his progress at: http://curtisatchisenhale.blogspot.co.uk/