Armagh Robinson Library is seeking to appoint a Curatorial Research Fellow, on a fixed term contract (either 7 months full-time or 14 months part-time), to work on a collection of c.4,500 15th-18th century prints and engravings bequeathed by the Library’s founder, Archbishop Richard Robinson, 1st Baron Rokeby of Armagh
Funded by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, the purpose of the post will be to research, interpret and promote the ‘Rokeby Collection’, a collection of c.4,500 fifteenth- to eighteenth-century prints bequeathed by Archbishop Richard Robinson, 1st Baron Rokeby of Armagh, to Armagh Public Library (now Armagh Robinson Library).
The Research Fellow will complete an online catalogue of the entire collection and prepare content for a publication on the history and significance of the collection. He/She will also prepare temporary exhibitions on the collection.
Application Deadline: Monday 30 August 2021, at 5pm
Salary range: £25,481 pro rata (Related to NJC Scale Grade 19)
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