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Exhibitions Officer, The Wallace Collection

Description

The Wallace Collection is a collection of the fine and decorative arts formed in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries by four successive Marquesses’ of Hertford and the 4th Marquesse’s son, Sir Richard Wallace. It was left to the British Nation in 1897 and opened as a national museum in June 1900 in Hertford House, Manchester Square, a grade II listed building in central London. The museum is internationally famous for its collection of French eighteenth-century art, European princely arms and armour and for its Old Master paintings.

We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic Exhibitions Officer to join our Collections and Exhibitions team. Reporting to The Head of Exhibitions and Displays, the Exhibitions Officer will be responsible for the coordination of arrangements for loans-in and content delivery of several major exhibitions concurrently as allocated from the programme.

Please download an application form and full job description from the job opportunities section of our website: www.wallacecollection.org