This opportunity is now closed to expressions of interest.
The Royal Pavilion & Museums are looking to appoint a graphic designer to create the visual identity for Fashion Cities Africa, a new exhibition opening in Brighton Museum & Art Gallery in May 2016.
Fashion Cities Africa will explore practices of dress, fashion and styling in four African cities: Casablanca (Morocco), Lagos (Nigeria), Nairobi (Kenya) and Johannesburg (South Africa).
The graphic designer must have considerable proven experience of working with African audiences and communities. They will be responsible for creating a clear visual identity and branding for the exhibition suitable for use across all its platforms – in exhibition graphics, on-site signage and visitor orientation, print and online publicity. This identity must be appropriate to the exhibition content (recent/contemporary African fashion) as well as visually striking and accessible.
To find out more about this project please contact Fiona Redford, Programming Support Officer. The deadline for expressions of interest is 1 March 2015.
Fashion Cities Africa is generously supported by the James Henry Green Charitable Trust, the Heritage Lottery Fund, Arts Council England (Major Partner Museums Programme) and the Art Fund (Jonathan Ruffer Curatorial Grants Programme).
- Advertisement — Graphic Designer — Fashion Cities Africa [PDF]
- Graphic Design Brief : Graphic Designer, Fashion Cities Africa [PDF]