Vacancy: St Columba’s College, Artist in Residence

St Columba’s College, St Albans, is seeking to appoint a practising artist working in any medium as an Artist in Residence for one academic year. A specialism in clay/paint/printmaking may be an advantage. The successful applicant will have access to a studio space and use of facilities within the Department and will be expected to contribute to the curricular and extra-curricular teaching of Art. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to bring to interview a portfolio of their work together with a plan demonstrating their rationale for a year as Artist in Residence.

Visit St Columba’s College, for more information.

Closing date: Wednesday, 4 July 2018, at midday. Interviews will be held shortly afterwards.

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