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Making Your Mark Project  - A Scottish Printmaking Heritage Outreach Project

Glasgow Print Studio is delighted to announce an exciting new outreach project we will be running over the next 2 years. The Making Your Mark project will explore ways we can use the archive and engage new audiences within the local community.

Glasgow Print Studio is looking for a Project Artist to work with our team to deliver Year 1 of this exciting printmaking project with local communities. You will assist core staff in the planning, delivery and evaluation of Year1 of the project.

The Project Artist will be responsible for:

Research & development of exhibition and archive material in conjunction with Education Officer and Archive Curator.

Planning, preparing and delivery of 'Come See' sessions, pop up printmaking workshops and more in depth printing sessions in the professional workshop.

Assisting with planning and installation of first year exhibition in conjunction with gallery staff.

Attend meetings and participate in evaluation of project.

The project will begin December 2015 and is scheduled to be completed, including evaluation of project,by September/October 2016.

The ideal candidate will have a good working knowledge of printmaking techniques and have recent experience working with different groups, ages and abilities, community groups or in educational contexts. Must be professional, organised and be able to work under own initiative. Strong communication skills are essential.

The Project Artist Fee for Year 1 is £2200

How to apply:
Apply by CV and a covering letter outlining your relevant skills and experience and what you can offer to the project if selected.
Email your application to

Alternatively post application FAO Sarah Stewart, Education Officer, Glasgow Print Studio, Trongate 103, Glasgow G1 5HD

Deadline for applications is Friday 16th October 2015 at 12.00pm

Interview Date will be: Wednesday 28th October 2015

Full details of the project are available here

Glasgow Print Studio, (GPS), is seeking non-executive directors.

GPS is currently celebrating 40 years as one of the UK's leading centres for excellence and innovation in fine art print making. This is an exciting time as we take stock of our achievements, but we're not about to rest on our laurels. As an organisation we're looking to the future rather than the past, and as part of our quest to see GPS grow and prosper for another 40 years we're looking for dynamic, forward thinking professionals to join the GPS Board. 

Board members currently include individuals from the worlds of finance, law, education, journalism and the visual arts, and we want to build on the skills and knowledge they bring to GPS. 

We're particularly keen to talk to people who work in marketing, finance, retail and social-media who can contribute their time and expertise to one of Scotland's internationally-recognised arts success stories, assisting the Director and his hard-working and talented team in ensuring that GPS continues to go from strength to strength.

The Board consists of twelve people elected for a maximum of two terms of three years.  Glasgow Print Studio has charitable status and board members receive no remuneration.  Members do receive honorary membership of GPS and we hope that you will take an active part in the cultural life of the print studio. Currently, the Board meets six times a year. 

If you'd like to know more and are interested in becoming a GPS Board member, please contact us to arrange a meeting with the Chair, Jo Ganter, and other members of the Board. Contact John Mackechnie, Director on 0141 552 0704 or email:

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