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Our exhibition spaces are invigilated by a pool of invigilators on casual basis for an hourly rate. The invigilation team is responsible for offering an informative and welcoming experience for visitors to the exhibitions and ensuring the safety of the artwork.
A rolling recruitment process is now in operation for invigilation positions. Applicants will be periodically shortlisted and invited to interview according to the operational requirements of The Edge. Your application will be kept on file for six months, if you have not been contacted within this time but would still like to be considered, please resubmit your application form.
Working hours will vary and Casual Invigilators may be offered work on any day of the week (including weekends and evenings). For more information and the person specification please download the Job Description.
VISIONS OF SCIENCE ART PRIZE & BURSARIES
The Andrew Brownsword Gallery at the University of Bath announces its inaugural Art Prize, awarded for submissions that reflect, represent, capture or depict modern day scientific phenomena as studied by academics at The University’s Faculty of Science.
Shortlisted entries will be exhibited in the Andrew Brownsword Gallery between 15 September and 13 October, with the winning selections announced at a special ceremony in October.
In addition to the Art Prize, we have up to eight bursaries of £1000 each. Bursary awards are for artworks that have yet to be made and require input from the University of Bath’s Faculty of Science. The bursary works will be made over the summer and featured in the autumn exhibition.