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Open Call: Coordinator of Curatorial Logistics,

Open call 16 Jan 2018-05 Feb 2018

Coordinator of Curatorial Logistics

3 days per week

Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons develops several long-term artistic projects in parallel and in tandem with each other. Each of these projects involves the production of new art works and the organization of exhibitions, symposiums, workshops and other activities, and may require the organization of working groups, collaborations and partnerships. Further, individual projects generate encounters that need to be managed within the context of the goals of the project. The Coordinator of Curatorial Logistics oversees and structures these activities, gives them an order, plans for their realization, and accordingly coordinates labor, infrastructure, and facilities in support of the projects.

Responsibilities include:

  • Operational management;
  • Upholding an overview of the yearly activities as planned collectively;
  • Developing a timeline and spreadsheet for realization of the plan;
  • Coordinating activities and advising project curators and coordinators when there are multiple project activities;
  • Managing budgets;
  • Taking care of labor, infrastructure, and facilities.

For this position, Casco expects you to have an affinity with art and contemporary art production, including knowledge of material and immaterial production. You enjoy planning and organizing in cooperation and are able to multi-task. You also value details that can make a difference and you therefore pay attention to them.

The forms and conditions of contract for the above position will be discussed individually and Casco works with the CAO (collective labour agreement) suggested by the City Council of Utrecht. In general, the first contract for each role will be a maximum of one year, to be possibly followed by a long-term mutual engagement.


16 Jan 2018-05 Feb 2018

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The Casco program is supported by Mondriaan Fund, the City Council of Utrecht, and DOEN Foundation via Arts Collaboratory.