Cataloguing Archivist: Black Dance Archives (BDA) Project, State of Emergency Productions, Surrey/London, England
posted October 15, 2013 6:53 PM
State of Emergency Productions, a national arts production company, has received a second stage grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to create the first fully accessible archive related to Black Dance in the UK. Over the course of 2½ years, the project will collect up to 29 archives from celebrated individuals and organisations operating from 1960s through to 2000s. The main aim is to preserve, catalogue and make these collections accessible as well as promote them.
The Cataloguing Archivist is responsible for liaising with depositors from the Black Dance sector together with cataloguing of the extensive array of different material received from them.
The post holder will work closely with the project delivery team, depositors, and project archive partners. They will liaise with their fellow project archivist on all aspects of collection management as well as the overall promotion and use of the archives. They will be based at National Resource Centre for Dance in Surrey until July 2014, and then at Black Cultural Archives in London until March 2016.
The position requires contributions to the vibrant participation programme comprising events, exhibitions and outreach activities.Candidates should be able to start ASAP for a contract period to March 2016.
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 23 October at 5pm.
For an application pack email firstname.lastname@example.org ref: BDA Cataloguing Archivist.
For further information about this vacancy visit www.stateofemergencyltd.com