Operations Co-Ordinator

Seacourt Print Workshop is a creative hub in Bangor, North Down providing a unique space for engaging in creativity whatever your training or life circumstances. Our workshop is a place where people can come to make art, develop their skills and talents and connect with others. We have recently relocated to a new building in the heart of Bangor City Centre and have exciting plans that you will help us achieve.

We are delighted to be advertising a new 3 year post funded by Future Screens NI, Art Work – DfC Covid Recovery Employment and Skills Initiative.

Operations Coordinator is an ideal first job, or a great opportunity to explore a career change – it comes with support, training and development for a motivated individual. Join our team, and make your dream, your reality. 

Open Day/Meet the team:

Come and visit us at Seacourt for the opening of our new exhibition on 4th June from 11am – 5pm. We’ll hold a meet the team session between 2pm and 3pm and will have time to answer questions and a tour of the premises. 

Applications and Equality and Monitoring Forms should be sent to our Director, Emma Drury please email emmadrury@seacourt-ni.org.uk 

The deadline for returning completed applications is Friday 10th June at 5pm.

Meet Our Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors is made up of members who want to play a role in Seacourt’s growth and development. They come from a range of backgrounds including law and education. 

If you would like to read some background information about our current board of directors, please click the link below: 

Printmaking Courses Spring 2022

Join Seacourt Print Workshop this Spring for a full programme of printmaking courses including screen printing, salt etch, traditional etching, mono printing and many more…

With Heart and Hand

In spring 2021, Northern Ireland Screen’s Digital Film Archive commissioned six artists from Seacourt Print Workshop in Bangor to make a creative response to With Heart and Hand, a UTV programme made in 1966 to commemorate the Battle of the Somme.

Seacourt is moving!

Seacourt Print Workshop is moving again, for what will hopefully be the last time. We have been busy packing up our workshop, uncovering lots of historic artefacts and reminiscing about how far Seacourt has come over the past 40 years.