We're looking for a new Visual Arts Co-Editor!

Art

21.08.2017

We're looking for a new Visual Arts Co-Editor!

We're on the hunt for a new Visual Arts Co-Editor to join our team! Could it be you?


About the role

This role is an opportunity for an experienced writer and editor to lead our visual arts coverage. As a key member of our editorial team, you would be helping to commission, edit and develop new writing while maintaining the organisations values, including upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi. 

In addition to writing and editing experience, you'll be fluent in local and international contemporary art and have a clear vision for the section and the kinds of conversations you'd like to be leading, working in collaboration with our Editor-in-Chief and Visual Arts co-Editor, Lana Lopesi.


Details

This role is offered on a casual basis (encompassing 8-10 hours per week) on a three-year term. Please note that applicants from anywhere in Aotearoa are encouraged to apply, as much of the work takes place remotely and online.

To apply, email applications@pantograph-punch.com with a 500-word response outlining your suitability for the role and your vision for the section, along with a brief resume.

Applications close: 15 September 2017

Download the full position description here.


Header image: Shannon Te Ao, Untitled (epilogue), video still, 2015. 

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