An art handler, also sometimes called an art preparator, is a trained individual who works directly with objects in museums, art galleries and various other.
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Tate Liverpool is looking to expand its team of casual Art Handlers to support the delivery and installation of our exhibitions and displays. We are looking for five new team members to help with the practical build and installation of exhibitions, displays and commissions.
You will be able to demonstrate practical experience and technical skills that will give you the ability to problem solve prioritising the care, installation and movement of art works. You will have an adaptable attitude, great communication skills and enjoy working flexibly as part of a team, committed to getting the job done.
In this role you will also be expected to work confidently and accurately under pressure.