There are currently no job opportunities at Collective.
Unfortunately Collective is not able to review unsolicited proposals. Please check if you are eligible for Satellites Programme.
Satellites Programme is Collective's development programme for artists and producers based in Scotland, specifically developed to facilitate practitioners at a pivotal, emergent, point in their career. The programme consists of discussions, events, exhibitions, retreats, mentoring and an annual publication, seeking to foster criticality through peer development and review. Selection for the programme is through an open submission to a new panel of selectors, appointed by Collective each year.
You can watch a short film about the programme here
Applications for Satellites Programme 2018 have now closed.
Applicants who have been selected for interview will be notified by 7 July 2017. The group interview date is fixed for 18 July 2017. Associate Producer will take post in November 2017 and May 2018 respectively.
Collective recruits Voluntary Projects Assistants every six months. The Voluntary Projects Assistant role is a comprehensive training placement at Collective designed to provide an introduction to basic administrative, exhibition and project management skills. To receive updates about when Collective are recruiting, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or sign up to receive our e-bulletins.
Volunteers are core to the achievements and ambition of Collective. Their creative and practical support make Collective what it is today. Volunteers have supported artists projects, initiated and organised their own events and contributed to the development of the organisation. Collective is proud to support the development of individuals and was pleased to have our work with volunteers recognised through an investing in volunteers award in 2010. For further information or a copy of our volunteer policy please contact us.
The University of Edinburgh, in partnership with the University of Aberdeen, Deveron Projects, ATLAS Arts and Collective is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified PhD applicant for a Creative Economy Studentship to conduct situated artistic-anthropological research that both contributes to, and helps the University of Edinburgh better understand the R&D, programming, commissioning and evaluation of art organisations.
The studentship will commence in autumn 2017.
For full details about this PhD and how to apply, click here.