We are seeking a Freelance Creative Workshop Facilitator to lead an exciting new pilot project within our Engagement programme for people living with dementia and their carers. The Revellers Club welcomes people living with dementia and their carers to take part in creative activities in a fun, welcoming and supportive environment.
Open Until: 26/01/2024
We are seeking a Freelance Creative Workshop Facilitator to lead an exciting new pilot project within our Engagement programme for people living with dementia and their carers. The Revellers Club welcomes people living with dementia and their carers to take part in creative activities in a fun, welcoming and supportive environment. Taking inspiration from
the Hall’s eclectic and vibrant history, mischief and merrymaking will be encouraged! We welcome family members, partners, carers or friends to come along and join in!
The aim of this project is to provide a regular opportunity for people living with dementia and their carers to engage in creative activities together. The facilitator will create a fun and celebratory environment, enabling participants to try new activities, spend time together and
create new shared memories together. Each session will focus on a different artform or theme, using the Hall’s amazing history and diverse range of events as inspiration and a starting point for creative exploration. This will be a multi-arts project, but music is a key element of the club whether that is music making, listening or appreciating!
The Creative Workshop Facilitator will be responsible for the planning, development and delivery of 9 participatory workshops for up to 20 adults, tailored to support the individuals in the group and their interests. Each workshop will take place in one of our event spaces at Royal Albert Hall.
The Revellers Club is a pilot project forming an important part of the Engagement programme at Royal Albert Hall. We are seeking a Facilitator with experience working across the performing and creative arts and who is confident in facilitating multi-arts participatory workshops. There is budget available to host guest artists for selected sessions should the group want to focus on a particular creative activity that the Facilitator may not
have direct experience of.
As a pilot project, we are looking for an individual with a flexible approach and an ability to respond to a person-centred and developing process. The individual must also place inclusion at the heart of their practise and be confident in supporting individual needs. The Facilitator will work closely with the RAH Engagement team to ensure the project includes participant’s support needs and meets the project’s strategic aims.
To apply for this role please provide a covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11am on Thursday 26 January. Please explain why you are a suitable candidate for the role as well as including examples of relevant previous paid and voluntary experience. We will invite successful candidates for interview which will take place on Wednesday 31 January at Royal Albert Hall. If you are unable to make this date but would like to apply, please let us know when you submit your application.