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Connells Bay Sculpture Trust 2020 Graduate Studio

Shared studio space at Te Tuhi Studios at Cheshire St. Photo by Amy Weng

Shared studio space at Te Tuhi Studios at Cheshire St. Photo by Amy Weng

Deadline extended until 5pm, Monday 4 November 2019.

With the generous support of Connells Bay Sculpture Trust, Te Tuhi is offering one year of free studio accommodation for a recent Masters level graduate artist.

For 2020, the selected artist will receive:

  • 24-hour access to a 10m2†space within a studio shared with 3 other artists located in the heart of Parnell, with easy access via public transport
  • Mentoring from Te Tuhi staff including the Artistic Director, Exhibitions Manager and other arts professionals
  • The opportunity to submit a proposal for the use of the test space located onsite.

Te Tuhi Studios at Cheshire St. is located within the station building at Parnell Train Station in Auckland. Through the studios and gallery, Te Tuhi aims to support contemporary artists who have an interest in experimental and social practices by providing an environment in which artists can develop their practices and expand their networks.†

The selected artist is not required to make an object or exhibition but they will receive curator feedback and up to half a day technical support if required. They will be expected to present at least one talk about their practice and participate in two open studio events during the year.

Completed applications should be sent to email hidden; JavaScript is required†by 5pm, Monday 4 November 2019. Applications received after this time will not be considered. Please email if you have any questions about this opportunity.

Download the full details and application form for the Graduate Studio below.

Read the Te Tuhi Studio Policy here.

Connells Bay Sculpture Trust Graduate Studio 2020 - Guidelines and Application Form

This graduate studio has been made possible through the generosity of Connells Bay Sculpture Trust.†Te Tuhi Studios at Cheshire St is a†project initiated by Stephanie Post in partnership with Auckland Transport

 

Current Vacancies

Artist Numangatini Mackenzie with students visiting Te Tuhi

Artist Numangatini Mackenzie with students visiting Te Tuhi. Photo by Mi Song Kim

Schools' Learning Experiences Outside the Classroom (LEOTC) Tutor

Applications close: 5pm, Monday 4 November, 2019

We are looking for a Schools' LEOTC Tutor who wants to share their passion for, and knowledge of art with young people. The focus of this position is in the delivery of schools education programmes at Te Tuhi in line with our Ministry of Education contract and involves working with the LEOTC Coordinator to ensure we meet our LEOTC supplier contract targets.

This role is responsible for the development and delivery of all Te Tuhiís practical workshops in the Schoolís programme. In collaboration with schools and the Gallery team, this person will develop new practical art-making workshops and deliver these programmes to high standard.

The role will also maintain and actively seek to increase Te Tuhi's outreach in its catchment area. We are looking for a capable, enthusiastic and driven team player who is motivated to improve outcomes in the learning space and can develop positive relationships with schools.

As an integral part of the Te Tuhi team, this person will be involved in projects and exhibitions and all gallery activities. They will have the confidence to take a lead in their role and contribute positively to Te Tuhiís committed team.

This role has a fixed term from January 2020 to December 2021 and is 6 hours per day, 4 days per week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) for 35 weeks per year during school terms.† The role may be filled by one or more people.†

Interviews on Thursday 14 November, 2019

For the full job description and details on how to apply, download the PDF below.

If you would like to discuss the role prior to making an application, contact Hiraani Himona on email hidden; JavaScript is required

Schools' LEOTC Tutor job description

 
Children drawing during a workshop at Te Tuhi

Schoolsí Learning Experiences Outside the Classroom (LEOTC) Coordinator

Applications close: 5pm, Monday 4 November, 2019

We are looking for a Schoolsí LEOTC Coordinator who is motivated to develop Te Tuhiís schools programme. The focus of this position is in the administration, coordination and marketing of education programmes at Te Tuhi in line with our Ministry of Education contract. This role will involve working with the LEOTC Tutor to ensure we meet our LEOTC supplier contract targets.

This role is responsible for the marketing, administration and coordination of all Te Tuhiís†activities in the†Schoolís programme. In collaboration with schools and the Gallery team, this person will assist in the development and reviewing of all practical art-making workshops.

The role will also maintain and actively seek to increase Te Tuhi's outreach in its catchment area. We are looking for a capable, enthusiastic and driven team player who is motivated to improve outcomes in the learning space and can develop positive relationships with schools.

As an integral part of the Te Tuhi team, this person will be involved in projects and exhibitions and all gallery activities. They will have the confidence to take a lead in their role and contribute positively to Te Tuhiís committed team.

Te Tuhi is one of New Zealandís foremost contemporary art spaces with an international reputation for its ambitious programme. The ideal candidate will have an in-depth knowledge of contemporary art and education practice. Applications from practising artists with an interest in education are encouraged. Having a driverís licence and being competent with IT is essential.

This role has a fixed term from January 2020 to December 2021 and is 24 hours per week.

Interviews on Thursday 14 November, 2019

For the full job description and details on how to apply, download the PDF below.

If you would like to discuss the role prior to making an application, contact Hiraani Himona on email hidden; JavaScript is required.

Schools' LEOTC Coordinator job description

 
Evangeline Riddiford Graham, Party Line, 2019 (install view). Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland. Photo by Sam Hartnett

Evangeline Riddiford Graham, Party Line, 2019 (install view). Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland. Photo by Sam Hartnett

Audience Engagement and Administration Assistant

Applications close: 5pm, Monday 4 November, 2019

Te Tuhi has two Audience Engagement and Administration Assistants who share front of house responsibilities between them across 7 days per week.† The posts work closely together, and with the Executive Director, Artistic Director, Centre Administrator and the evening Duty Supervisors, to provide excellent professional reception and audience engagement services for Te Tuhi.†

The roleís primary purpose is to communicate the exhibition programme in an accessible way to all visitors and the general public, in person and through social media. Reception and building services for various classes and venue hirers also forms a substantial part of the workload.†

This role helps Te Tuhi meet its aims to increase audience engagement, to develop new audiences for the contemporary art programme, to increase the diversity of its audiences and to build the reputation of Te Tuhi as a contemporary art gallery.

This is a permanent contract beginning†January 2020. The role is 4 days/32 hours per week from Wednesday to Saturday.

Interviews on Tuesday 19 November, 2019

For the full job description and details on how to apply, download the PDF below.

If you would like to discuss the role prior to making an application, contact Hiraani Himona on†email hidden; JavaScript is required

Audience Engagement & Administration Assistant Job Description