The Horniman Museum and Gardens is looking for a creative arts practitioner with prior experience of delivering Arts Awards projects with young people. You will develop and pilot a new summer project with local young people responding to our new World Gallery. This is a fixed term contract for May to August 2018 inclusively.
Deadline: 21 May 2018
Working with a chosen young peoples charity or organisation(s), you will develop and pilot a 2 week Bronze Arts Award summer project in 2018 in your chosen art form focused on the Hornimans new World Gallery and our summer programme theme Shared World. The project is designed to engage young people new to the Horniman, achieve accredited outcomes and support their progression into further involvement and/or youth volunteering opportunities. The project will support young people to develop new skills and gain practical hands-on experience,
develop confidence and improve their wellbeing, complete a Bronze Arts Award and feel better prepared to apply for future opportunities
This is a fixed term contract for approximately 21 days work between May August 2018 inclusively, potentially broken down as follows:
– 8 days for research, development and planning through late May, June and July 2018.
– 10 days for project management and delivery between 30 July 10 August 2018.
– 3 days after the project finishes to report on the evaluation findings, prepare submission of Arts Awards, and tie up loose ends.
Please see the attached PDF for more information about the role.
To apply, please send your CV, a covering letter and your availability for late May to August 2018 to Rhiannon Green at email@example.com
Closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 21st May 2018. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to site for an interview on Wednesday 23rd or Thursday 24th May 2018.