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Deadline Extended: Call for Notes of Interest – Future Contract Opportunity

by _editor, December 22, 2020


New deadline: 18 January, 4pm.

Alberta Whittle has been selected to represent Scotland at the 59th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia. This presentation is commissioned by Glasgow International.

Glasgow International is now undertaking market research to obtain notes of interest in the role of Production Manager. This Production Manager will play a leading role in the development and delivery of the 2022 Scotland + Venice project. They will work closely with and report to the Director at Glasgow International, within agreed budgets and to fixed deadlines, to ensure that the artist’s vision and the ambitions of the Scotland + Venice partnership are achieved.

For further details and information on how to register your interest, please see here

When viewing this contract opportunity on Public Contract Scotland, please ensure that you navigate through to the page titled Notice Details (Documents tab), where a PDF with Additional Information is available to download. This document contains the Role Description and Person Specification.