Creative Intern - Art Production

Aviary is looking to appoint two interns, art students or recent creative graduates on a freelance part-time basis to support the production of an art installation for the new Transport Hub in North Shields town centre. 

From 19th June until 20th August 2023, they will run a pop-up art space on North Shields' historic Fish Quay operating seven days a week producing small plastic fish from recycled materials by operating small shredding and mould machines.

There are two part-time roles available each covering approx 25 hours per week with availability required during the weekends.

You will be in the early stages of developing a career in the visual arts sector and the role offers training, experience and insight into the creative and operational processes involved in large-scale public art production and installation.

Fee: £10.42 p/h

Location: North Shields Fish Quay

Contract: freelance, part-time

Duration: 19/06/23 - 20/08/23

You will have an interest in...

  • Working collaboratively and within a team setting
  • Working with people from a range of different backgrounds
  • Developing administrative tasks and skills
  • Community led art production

You will be required to...

  • Multitask, work to deadlines and independently organise yourself
  • Manage your own time and workload
  • Engage with members of the public
  • Demonstrate a curious and positive attitude

To apply, please send your CV/portfolio and a bit about why you'd like the role to [email protected] by Monday 5th June.

Interviews will be held in person towards the end of that week and on w/c 12th in either North Shields or Ouseburn, Newcastle. 


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