ISGNE Project Manager

ISGNE is looking for a European Project Manager with strong financial and administrative skills to manage the financial and technical monitoring and reporting for our small Co-operation Creative Europe project – Imagining Sustainable Glass Network Europe.

ISGNE’s aim is to promote a community of artists, designers, curators, researchers and cultural workers working in the medium of glass, to share experiences, creative practices and opportunities transnationally.

Imagining Sustainable Glass Network Europe (ISGNE) project is funded through the Creative Europe Co-operation projects funding strand and is led by North Lands Creative UK in partnership with Berlin Glas e.V. Germany, Ltd. Stikla Maja Latvia and the National College of Art and Design Ireland.

ISGNE will lead to the development of supports for artists across Europe through the provision of mobility visits, residencies, exhibitions, professional transnational classes and audience development initiatives such as artist-led community workshops, symposiums and an annual forum. ISGNE will focus on audience development and transnational mobility relative to contemporary glass practices as tacit knowledge and craftsmanship; within the constructs of intangible cultures, design, visual and applied arts.

Project duration until 1st May 2022
Probationary period 6 months
Contract fee negotiable and based on previous experience

For more information please email requesting an information pack.

The application period will close on 16th September 2019. Send your CV and a cover letter to

(Please note we will also consider applicants who wish to manage the finance only or the technical only functions of the project).