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Upcoming Events

Image: Ghost ship off the south-eastern coast of Barbados, 2017. Image courtesy Dr S Ayesha Hameed

Events are co-organised by the The Art School: GSA Students' Association and The GSA Public Lecture Series.


Unless otherwise stated, all events are open to the public.

Events are always free.


If you require any further assistance/information to attend the event, please do let us know by contacting us.

You can view our further Accessibility statement here.

Race, Rights and Sovereignty Programme Coordinator (Freelance) Vacancy

Race, Rights and Sovereignty Programme Coordinator
75 hours in total (£34.00 per hour) to be worked between January - July 2024
Based in Glasgow
Possibility of extension depending on funding














GSA Students’ Association seeks a Freelance Programme Coordinator for our Race, Rights and Sovereignty (RRS) Event series. The series is run in partnership with Glasgow School of Art and seeks to create opportunities and forums to engage with and unpack ideas related to race, rights and sovereignty, particularly in the context of creative practices. The series delivers six events across the academic year which address and unpack themes with the aim to celebrate, challenge, inform and inspire the next generation of artist, designers and architects.

We would like to have hear from candidates with experience of working in arts environments, and who have a demonstrable interest in the themes and concerns which underpin the RRS programme. You should have experience of programming and organising events and projects, and have an active interest in creative discipline(s).

You can find a full role description and more information on the programme here.

To apply, please send a CV and Covering Letter including a statement of approach and detailing your relevant experience and interest in the role to by 5pm on Friday 24th November 2023. Interviews with shortlisted applicants will be held on 11th December 2023 either in person at GSASA or via Zoom.

GSASA welcomes applications from everyone irrespective of sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, ethnicity, faith and religion, disability and age, and we particularly welcome applications from candidates from minority ethnic backgrounds for this post.

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