Jobs and Volunteering
Pump House Gallery seeks an artist/illustrator to work with three local primary schools and that will culminate in a summer long exhibition at the American Embassy. The project will respond to the 150th anniversary of the London Underground by exploring the bold, colourful posters of Edward Kauffer. Artist brief and information on how to apply.
Additional opportunities at the gallery are advertised on the council website at the following link. http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/info/100008/jobs_and_careers
Our Project Space is available to host workshops, talks, events, screenings and installations as part of our Associates Programme. This ongoing programme is intended to broaden the experience for our audience and be an opportunity for artists and creative organisations to present self initiated one-off or regular event/s as part of the Pump House Gallery programme. Proposals to be part of this associates programme should be detailed on the form available here and emailed to email@example.com with PHG ASSOCIATES PROGRAMME in the subject line and will be assessed on both artistic merit and logistical feasibility. We hope this may also be of interest for people looking for a partnership venue for their own Arts Council England or Wandsworth Arts Grants funding applications. Please note Pump House Gallery have no additional funds available to support your activity and if it is an income generating event a fee will be charged.
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