Job: Head of “Arts at CERN”

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CERN is seeking to recruit a Head of “Arts at CERN” for a three years period. This position is part of the 'Arts at CERN' programme, promoting dialogue and co-creation between artists and scientists at CERN. Every year, CERN hosts more than 20 renowned artists for visits and residencies between 1-3 months to create new expert knowledge in the arts.

Apply by 24 September.

Functions

  • Manage the programming and delivery of Arts at CERN through existing residency programmes;
  • Develop partnerships with external organisations to ensure the financial independence and long-term sustainability of the programme;
  • Curate artistic or arts-related content for CERN's exhibitions and outreach events, within existing and future platforms for science education and communication;
  • Develop new initiatives and platforms that can extend the reach and impact of the programme;
  • Foster and manage relationships with CERN scientists and staff who participate in the residency programmes and in other initiatives of Arts at CERN;
  • Provide substantive support to the CERN Cultural Board (advisory committee composed of renowned cultural leaders in the arts;
  • Proactively raise awareness of the programme within CERN and at the local, national and international level.

Qualification required

Master's degree or PhD, or equivalent relevant experience in the field of Arts (Classical, Contemporary, Modern), History of Art, Art and Design, Media Studies, or equivalent.

For more information about qualification required, experience and competencies, eligibility conditions and how to apply, see the job offer.

Application until 24 September.

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  • cern
  • art & science
  • Switzerland

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