Jobs and Volunteering
The Pump House Gallery’s programme has engagement at its core and every Sunday alongside our exhibitions, the gallery host Sunday Socials. These workshops provide families and people of all ages a regular chance to drop in and participate in a range of free art activities. They provide a space for people to learn new skills from practicing artists and have fun in a creative environment.
From February 2015 to the end of 2015, Pump House Gallery will be leading a Community Engagement Programme. Commissioned by Ballymore, in Nine Elms, this project will response to the commission of three new Public Art Sculptures in the South Bank's Embassy Gardens. Alongside responding to the new artwork and connecting young people to the redevelopment work in their local area, the project will explore the role of artwork in the Public Realm. For this programme, we are looking for an artist/arts organisation to facilitate this project with a local secondary school. For more information on this project and how to apply click here. Contact Anneke Kuipers on [email protected] or call 020 8871 7572 if you have any questions.
AWP Internship programme
Pump House Gallery hosts an intern post supported by the AWP Internship programme managed by Artquest. More information about this scheme can be found on the Artquest website.
We do not operate a general open submissions policy for exhibitions, it is a curatorially led programme, planned 2 years in advance. When we do have exhbition opportunities these will be publicised on this page and via our mailing list.
image credit: Jonathan Allen, Change (The Pump House Gallery, London), 2011 commissioned for A Future Pump House