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WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR: PUBLIC PROGRAMME PRODUCER.

NAE recently announced a significant uplift to our core Arts Council funding helping to establish the organisation as the leading venue in the UK for culturally diverse arts. The postholders will therefore join the organisation at an exciting time, forming an essential part of the team and helping to expand our reach locally and nationally.

PUBLIC PROGRAMME PRODUCER
FULL-TIME: 37.5 HOURS
£24,000 - £30,000 PRO RATA

We are seeking an experienced programming and audience development specialist to lead on the design and delivery of NAE's public programme of events.

Under the guidance of the Director of Programmes, the purpose of the job is to lead on the curation, development and delivery of NAE's Public Programme to fulfil NAE's targets in respect to audience development and artistic excellence. To design content which targets a wide range of audiences from families and young people, community audiences (with a focus on BAME communities and those least engaged with the arts), disabled audiences, and audiences highly engaged with the arts. To produce a wide range of event types including creative workshops, talks and symposiums, live art commissions, festival days, community collaborations and high quality live performances (including music, dance and spoken word).

With an agenda rooted firmly in our local communities, NAE creates accessible programmes through the work of world renowned British and international artists. These have included new commissions, tours and live art performances by artists such as Hurvin Anderson, Zarina Bhimji, Hetain Patel, Larissa Sansour, Sonia Boyce, Sethembile Msezane, John Akomfrah, Akram Zaatari and Hardeep Pandhal. NAE collaborates with a wide range of national and international organisations, and recent touring partners have included Imperial War Museum, Modern Art Oxford and Impressions Gallery.

Deadline for receipt of completed applications: Midnight, Tuesday 18 June.

For an informal enquiry regarding the post, please contact Melanie Kidd, Director of Programmes. Applicants shortlisted for interview will be notified promptly, and interviews will take place at NAE Monday 1 July 2019.

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