Lewisham is gearing up to be London Borough of Culture 2022. Join us to help deliver our ambitious programme of CULTURAL ACTIVISM.
Deadline: Monday 2nd November 2020
Lewisham’s London Borough of Culture programme, CULTURAL ACTIVISM, will harness the passion and creativity of the cultural sector to deliver lasting change.
It is expressed in this cultural manifesto reflecting issues that matter to the people of Lewisham, London and the world:
We will protect this place we love a call to action on climate change
We are strengthened by our diversity a celebration of our borough of sanctuary
We will be happy here a commitment to building an inclusive society
We are Lewisham working together to deliver change
We will embed artists within public services that are charged with leading change to open up new ideas, stimulate debate and deliver creative solutions. We will invite artists to bring international perspectives. We will use our local strength in participatory and community arts practice to engage our residents and hear the voices of our most marginalised communities. We will challenge the status quo, develop new approaches and share our learning beyond our borough boundary.
The Senior Producer Communications will play a lead role in ensuring the delivery of Lewisham Borough of Culture 2022. Working with an external media partner, internal communications team and the network of cultural partners you will ensure that Lewisham Borough of Culture 2022 reaches local, regional, national and international audiences.
Working within the Culture Team based in Laurence House, Catford. Also with remote working during the Covid 19 lockdown.
What they are looking for
You will have extensive experience of creative marketing and communications across multiple art forms, ideally within a festival context and a proven track record of achieving earned income and sponsorship.
Above all you will bring a passion and commitment to delivering a ground breaking programme of Cultural Activism.
In return, there will be excellent development opportunities, plus a range of benefits that includes a career average pension scheme, flexible working and the opportunity to make a real difference to the local community.
For an informal discussion, please contact Liz Dart on email@example.com
Interview dates will be 16/17 November 2020
For more information and to apply visit the website.
Salary: £48,576 – £50,559 pa (PO6) 35 hours a week