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STAND UP!: Artist Call for Submissions
Deadline for Submissions: 5pm, 17th February 2020
Opening Night: 5thMarch 2020, 5.30pm-7.30pm
Exhibition Dates: 6th March 2020 to 28th March 2020
At Artcore Gallery our spring open show, STAND UP!, invites artists from across the world to explore and celebrate International Women’s Day.
STAND UP! will investigate the role of women in the arts, and their huge impact on the cultural fabric of contemporary society. It will be a platform for artists to re-imagine citizenship, identity and women’s labour with a view to informing new visions for the future, in testing times.
STAND UP! will concentrate on artworks focused within the political structure of feminism as well as women impacted by the movement. All media will be considered—including painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, and performance art—along with all themes based under the wider umbrella of feminism, such as media, geography, formal concerns, collective aesthetic, and political impulses.
This exhibition will provide a unique glimpse into the creative processes of women in the arts, their own individual practices, and how their collaborative ideas have recently impacted new investigation on gender equality in contemporary art practices alongside how far women have come in the art world, and how it has been life-saving and changing.
How to Apply:
Volunteer OpportunitiesVolunteering at Artcore can boost self-confidence and motivation. Working as part of our group will give you the chance to build communication skills, meet new people and learn how to work in a team. In terms of your career, Artcore can help your CV stand out from the rest. Volunteering shows commitment and passion, which are qualities that any employer will appreciate. Volunteers can gain official recognition for their efforts, for example in the form of a Inspired award. Artcore volunteers have been acknowledged by certificates and a fantastic job reference. Volunteering can open up exciting opportunities; in the past Artcore volunteers have obtained work placements in Italy, Malta and Spain.
Our volunteers contribute to the community and have the chance to make a positive impression on the lives of the people they work with. Volunteers have the opportunity to inspire people. Volunteering at Artcore will give you the opportunity to gain skills and confidence, expand your horizons and build new and lasting relationships.
If you are interested in applying for any of these positions, please send your CV to: email@example.com
ArtistVolunteers will work on visual arts projects, working alongside other artists to deliver projects. Volunteers will gain experience working in a variety of mediums with a variety of people and experience different cultures and styles. Mediums used include plaster, clay, mosaic and painting. Volunteers must be enthusiastic, hard-working and motivated. An interest in art is essential. Experience of working in this field would be advantageous.
FundraiserA volunteer position is available for fundraising for a non-profit organisation
Administration AssistantThis is an exciting opportunity to work within a non-profit organisation as an administration assistant. The role entails providing general administrative support, greeting visitors and responding to a broad range of enquiries. Tasks will include drafting and sending out documents, taking notes of meetings and producing minutes, dealing with enquiries and maintaining the filing system.
Support AssistantVolunteer to offer general support. Applicants are required to be flexible and work in all areas. This includes office based administrative tasks, housekeeping, and hands-on tasks.
Graphic DesignerThis is an exciting opportunity to work within a non-profit organisation as a graphic designer. The role involves working on design projects from concept to completion as well as providing constructive feedback on other design projects.
Painter and decoratorVolunteers will carry out painting, decorating and hands-on tasks at Artcore premises. These will include building maintenance, preparing exhibition space and installing the exhibitions themselves.
Currently we do not have any apprenticeship opportunities. Please check back later.