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Job opening at Kunsthall Stavanger: Substitute Exhibitions Manager

As our Exhibitions Manager is going on maternity leave, Kunsthall Stavanger is looking for a substitute Exhibitions Manager, for 9 months in a 100% capacity. There may be a possibility for continued employment after the substitution period. The successful candidate will manage exhibition planning and production, communication, membership, and be responsible for carrying out scheduled events.

The responsibilities of the Exhibitions Manager include, but are not limited to, production and coordination, including checklists, loan forms, image requests, and promotion; research and support for events such as concerts, performances and lectures; preparation and editing of correspondence, texts, and applications; general research and opportunities to implement and develop curatorial projects. The position also includes the organization and execution of tours and panel discussions, and other educational events and programs.

Applicants must have extensive knowledge of international contemporary art, a Master's degree in curating, studio art, or art history and relevant experience (preferably 1-2 years in a similar institution). Excellent English skills are essential. Applicants must possess good communication and interpersonal skills, have experience writing about art, be able to work independently, and be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment. Evening and weekend work is to be expected. Applicants must have strong knowledge of computer programs such as Photoshop, Word, Excel and Powerpoint,and have a good understanding and knowledge of social media.

Salary: By agreement.

Deadline: August 1, 2016

Email a cover letter and resume to info@kunsthallstavanger.no, with "Substitute Exhibitions Manager" in the subject line, or send to: "Substitute Exhibitions Manager", Kunsthall Stavanger, Madlaveien 33, 4009 Stavanger, Norway

No phone calls please. 

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Åpning av Vestlandsutstillingen i kveld!

Velkommen til årets Vestlandsutstilling i kveld fredag 10. juni klokken 19:00!

Utstillingen åpnes ved Anja Berggård Endresen, Leder for Regional og kulturutvalget i Rogaland.

I forbindelse med utstillingen blir det en performance av Kurt Johannessen lørdag 11. juni klokken 17:00 i Mor Åses vei 43.

LOKALE FORHANDLINGAR

Vestlandsutstillingen 2016, «LOKALE FORHANDLINGAR», ser nærare på kva det lokale kan tyde. Stadig fleire fenomen synest å røre seg på tvers av kulturelle, geografiske og nasjonale grenser. Nye nettverksformer og elektroniske skyformasjonar skaper klynger og gruppegrupperingar ein tidlegare ikkje kunne tenke seg. Det lokale har endra natur.


DELTAKANDE KUNSTNARAR I 2016: 
Anne-Lise Stenseth, Annette Kierulf, Aud Bækkelund, Cato Løland, Cecilia Jonsson, Christine Hansen, Dani Waagen Braatveit, Elin Brissman, Gard Aukrust, Jonas Silfversten Bergman, Kiyoshi Yamamoto, Kurt Johannessen, Leander Djønne, Linda Soh Trengereid, Mari Kolbeinson, Synneva Heradstveit, Tonje Bøe Birkeland, Trond Lossius & Jan Schacker, Øyvind Johnsen, Åsne Eldøy, & Co (Patrik Entian og Aleksi Wildhagen).


Vestlandsutstillingen 2016 er kuratert av Lars Korff Lofthus og Sveinung Unneland


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Welcome to the opening of Torsion

We're excited to welcome you to the opening of Sascha Braunig: Torsion, opening on Thursday, May 26th at 18:00!

Kunsthall Stavanger is proud to present the first institutional solo-exhibition by Canadian artist Sascha Braunig. Braunig’s illusory and vibrant paintings and sculptures defy simplistic classification. At once vividly real and lusciously dreamlike, they blur the line between figure and abstraction.

Titled Torsion, the exhibition at Kunsthall Stavanger brings together a selection of the artist’s newer paintings and sculptures for the first time in Norway. In all Braunig’s works, the body-oriented imagery and hyper-realistic modeling lead the audience to question the boundaries between objecthood and subjecthood, the imagination and reality.  

Read more about the upcoming exhibition on our exhibition page.

We look forward to seeing you at the opening!

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