The Live Art Development Agency is the leading development organisation for Live Art in the UK, offering resources, schemes, projects and publishing for the support and development of Live Art practices and critical discourses in London, the UK and internationally.
The Programmes Manager will work as part of LADA’s team to support and develop LADA’s key public programmes and artist opportunities including the annual DIY artists’ workshop programme; the annual Arthole Artist’s Award; occasional curatorial initiatives and programme partnerships; the Live Art Advisory Network; and other public events, including screening programmes. The Programmes Manager will also support and contribute to LADA’s work with networks, including: Live Art UK, the network of national Live Art promoters; and the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme, a four-year EU-funded programme exploring socially engaged practices.
The Programmes Manager will be employed on a part-time basis for three days per week at a salary of £15,000 (full-time equivalent rate: £25,000).
Programmes Manager (pdf)
The Marketing Coordinator will work as part of LADA’s team to significantly enhance and develop the public profile, awareness and understanding of LADA’s programmes. This is the first time LADA has employed a fully-dedicated Marketing position, and the Marketing Coordinator’s responsibilities will include developing and enhancing LADA’s marketing and communications processes, systems and planning, to ensure timely and effective marketing and communication activities across multiple programmatic areas, including curated projects, opportunities, publishing, resources, LADA’s networks, and Unbound online shop. The postholder will also contribute to the strategic development of LADA’s marketing and communications.
The Marketing Coordinator will be employed on a part-time basis for four days per week at a salary of £16,000 (full-time equivalent rate: £20,000).
Marketing Coordinator (pdf)
Download the full job descriptions and application requirements as a PDF below:
Deadline for applications: 12 noon on Monday February 1, 2016.
A series of reflections and artistic responses by to the Politics of Intimacy in Practice DIY, by Raju Rage, Kyla Harris and Andre Medina, Rabindranath A Bhose, and Vanessa Young.Read more
LADA Statement of Commitment on organisational change and racial equalityRead more
The recipients of LADA’s online collaborative residencies are the artist Jet Moon and her client ‘Giani’, and the artists Jemima Yong and Kei Franklin.Read more
A statement from LADA on organisational change.Read more
We are delighted to announce that the recipients of the Katherine Araniello Bursary awards are Katayoun Jalilipour and Tammy Reynolds.Read more