The Art School

The Art School is a student and artist led venue in Glasgow. We offer space and support for a wide range of artistic and musical practices, hosting gigs, clubs, films and educational events, alongside the regular opening hours of our core social and dining facilities in the Vic Café Bar. As a non-profit charity, all proceeds made by The Art School go towards funding student exhibitions, projects, and societies, along with contributing towards programming innovative and emerging artists and events. We are supported by both the Glasgow School of Art and our own commercial activities, and in turn work as a representative body for students at the GSA, advocating for their interests and welfare.

The Art School Glasgow, UK
Aug 13, 2019
Full time
Salary: £20,910 (subject to review) Reporting to: General Manager Contract: Full Time, 40hrs, Permanent (Some non-standard working hours will be required. Probation: 3 months Holidays: 28 days. NB public holidays are viewed as normal working days. The Art School is a student and artist led venue in Glasgow. We are the trading subsidiary of the Glasgow School of Art’s Students’ Association (GSASA), a registered charity that operates as a representative body for students at The Glasgow School of Art (GSA), advocating for their interests and welfare.  We are currently recruiting for a Programme Coordinator who will be responsible for the maintenance of a commercially viable arts and music programme, and the implementation of appropriate communication strategies. They will be expected to work in close conjunction with the elected Events Convenor, Glasgow School of Art students, and The Art School operational team. The ideal candidate will need to ensure that the venue’s programme is in the interest of its members; encompassing a wide variety of arts and music events, including club nights and gigs. They will be expected to build and foster existing relationships with external partners including, promoters and organisations that embody the ethos of The Art School. Applicants should have a particular interest in continuing a history of prioritising artists who push boundaries and resonate with the politics of a venue which strives to make everybody feel comfortable and welcome, and which has an on-going and self-critical commitment to accessibility, safe(r) spaces and actively opposing all forms of discrimination.  For further information, download the Job Description here  or visit To apply please submit: A cover letter, max 2 pages of A4 outlining your suitability for the role. A CV, including names and contact details of two referees. Applications should be submitted by email. Deadline for applications is 10am on Monday 26th August 2019 Interviews will be held on the week commencing 26th August 2019 Expected Start Date: September 2019