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The Line exists to engage, educate and inspire the public through an outdoor exhibition programme where everyone can enjoy art, nature and heritage for free.

We are currently hiring a Project Manager to join our team, deadline Monday 30 May. We are also currently seeking proposals from Illustrators / Artists living or working in East London to produce a new commission, The Living Line.

The Line is committed to equality and diversity within our workforce and in all opportunities. Our recruitment process is open to all but we would particularly like to encourage applications from people from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse backgrounds, those who identify as LGBTQ+, those from lower socio-economic backgrounds and those who identify as disabled, as these groups are currently underrepresented in our teams and the cultural sector more widely.

 

Call for proposals: The Living Line

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The Line is developing a new site-specific illustration commission, The Living Line, which will transform hoarding panels at the entrance to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. We are looking for an illustrator or visual artist living / working in East London to take on this exciting project ahead of summer 2022.

The hoarding is situated at a crucial gateway into the park and will provide an important marker for pedestrians to identify the onward route of The Line, as well as transform this section of public realm. ⁠

The appointed illustrator / artist will be invited to develop drawings that visualise plants, birds and bugs along the route. It is intended that the artwork will be used as a learning tool for family visitors as well as by local schools and community groups as part of visits to build and enhance connections to nature.⁠

Deadline: 5pm, Wednesday 18th May⁠

The Living Line - Illustrator Brief

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Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

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Project Manager

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The Line is looking for an experienced and motivated Project Manager to join its team to manage the delivery of a programme of ambitious site-specific public art commissions co-produced with local people between 2022-2024.

This new series of commissions will be developed through community consultation and engagement, with all stages developed with local input. The Project Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the commissioning process, from the conceptualisation and planning phase through to the fabrication and installation of each work. Working closely with The Line’s Co-Founder and Director and Senior Management Team, the Project Manager will also need to work closely with local authorities, landowners, community organisations and residents. Community engagement in the planning, design and implementation of projects is a central focus of the role and you will be required to work with a dedicated Engagement Coordinator on this.

The Project Manager will also support with the delivery of a new site-specific audio commission and additional exhibition programmes on the route.

Deadline: 5pm, Monday 30th May

Project Manager Job Description

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Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

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