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Job Vacancies – closing date 21st March 2018

Job Adverts

The Golden Thread Gallery is seeking an Exhibitions Assistant to assist in the delivery of the gallery’s programme. This will include liaising with artists, institutions and funders, general administration and visitor experience.

Working Hours: Part-time, 16 hpw (more hours may be available at peak times)

Gallery hours Tuesday – Saturday. Hours determined by a monthly rota and will include evenings and weekends. Applicants must be flexible to the needs of the organization.

Salary: £16,781 – £17,772 (pro rata), NJC Scale 3

Leave: 25 days annual leave pro rata (including Bank Holidays.)

Contract: This is a 12 month contract position, with possible extension up to a maximum of 23 months. A probationary period will apply.

Please note that this appointment is subject to continuing funding/grant aid.

Closing date for applications is 12pm on Wednesday 21st March. Applications must be emailed to info@gtgallery.co.uk

Application Packs can be downloaded from Exhibitions Assistant application pack or emailed on request.

GTG Monitoring-Form-2018

Golden Thread Gallery: Programme Assistant

The Golden Thread Gallery is seeking a Programme Assistant to support visitor experience at the gallery. The post will include: assisting in the delivery of in-house educational activities; assisting artists and curators; maintaining high standards for the gallery and its equipment; and attracting audiences through marketing and promotional activities.

Working Hours: Part-time, 16 hpw (more hours may be available at peak times)

Gallery hours Tuesday – Saturday. Hours determined by a monthly rota and will include evenings and weekends. Applicants must be flexible to the needs of the organization.

Salary: £16,781 – £17,772 (pro rata), NJC Scale 3
Leave: 25 days annual leave pro rata (including Bank Holidays.)
Contract: This is a 12 month contract position, with possible extension up to a maximum of 23 months. A probationary period will apply.

Please note that this appointment is subject to continuing funding/grant aid.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on Wednesday 21st March. Applications must be emailed to info@gtgallery.co.uk

Application Packs can be downloaded from Programme Assistant application pack or emailed on request.

GTG Monitoring-Form-2018

Where am I in the photo? Call for Photographic Submissions

As part of Belfast Arts Weekender, Golden Thread Gallery and Belfast Photo Festival presents Where am I in the photo? a collaborative exhibition and online platform that celebrated Belfast and it’s people. Contribute to the project by sharing your own iconic photographs and offer your unique, personal perspective on the city you love.

A selection of images submitted will be exhibited in Belfast city centre during the Belfast Arts Weekender.

for details go to https://www.whereamiinthephoto.co.uk/

#whereamIinthephoto?

a free coach from Dublin

To coincide with the launch of David Godbold’s new solo exhibition ‘Nightfall – amplissum terrarium tractum’ that includes a major new wall drawing, The Golden Thread Gallery is delighted to announce that it has arranged for a free coach from Dublin.

Please email bookings@gtgallery.co.uk to book a seat on the coach. Seats will be allocated on a first come first serve basis, limited to 50 seats.

The coach will depart from close to Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin at 11.00am and return from The Golden Thread Gallery at 4.00pm (expected journey time approx. 2 hours).

Temple Bar Gallery Studios artist Vanessa Donoso Lopez’s exhibition ‘Quotidian Tensions between the Domestic and the Unexpected’ will also be open to view in the project space.

There should be time for visitors to also make their way over to see one or more of the many great exhibitions on in Belfast that day, such as: the new Gilbert & George exhibition ‘The Scapegoating of Pictures’ at the MAC or ‘Stop. Stop. Stop’ featuring Colin Darke, Peter Richards and Peter Spiers at Platform Arts and also Belfast Exposed’s, ‘A New Refutation of the Viking 4 Space Mission’ by Peter Mitchell. To find out more about what’s on in Belfast to visit that day visit http://www.belfastartmap.com

David Godbold: Nightfall – amplissium terrarum tractum

Quotidian Tensions between the Domestic and the Unexpected

Halloween Costume Clinic – Make your own Costume!

Join us in the gallery on Halloween and make your own costume in preparation for Trick or Treating!
Costumes will be simple and ready to wear for the rest of the evening and free face painting is available to finish off your spooktacular looks! All children can create and bring home one costume each.

Children can choose from a variety of designs including:
Beastly Bat
Glitter Unicorn
Buzzy Bee
Ninja Warrior

Get your family ready for the Halloween season and make your costume with us in the gallery for a fun activity for all ages!

-Free event
-Suitable for all ages.
-Free tea and coffee are available and there will be juice and snacks for the little ones.
-Breastfeeding friendly Venue
-Disabled access friendly venue
-Suitable for all ages

8 spaces are available for this workshop. To book in please email info@gtgallery.co.uk and tell us the number of children and adults you would like to bring along. Please specify which costume your child would like to create.

Presentation by DAS Residency Award Winners 2016

Date: 15/12/16

Join us for a christmas tipple while captureresidents present a brief overview of their eclectic thoughts and outputs.

Shane Finan is a visual artist working in painting, installation and interactive media. He takes art seriously so he doesn’t have to take life seriously.

Will McConnell is a visual artist working in video, the majority of which is re-appropriated from Google and YouTube. His focus is on the relationship between technology & the human experience, daydreaming, space (physical & virtual), out-of-body experiences and states of being.

Dan Moxham is a multimedia artist working mostly with sound and video. He is interested in lo-fi techniques and processes, making short B-movie styled films, music videos and pseudo-advertisements.

Kathleen O’Leary’s multidisciplinary practice involves creating and developing a particular goal towards inclusion and participation within an artistic and research context.