South Asia Inspired Creative Practitioner
Fee: £2,200 for 12 days work
Duration: Sept 16 – Aug 17
Location: Oxford Road, Manchester
Closing date: 05/09/2016
We have a fantastic freelance creative practitioner opportunity to work with Manchester Museum as part of our Capital Redevelopment with a number of partner schools on a Start project funded by Children and the Arts.
The project – The Art of Identity – will involve partnerships with a number of Greater Manchester schools and aims to engage over two hundred Key Stage 3 students. The project will be linked with our Capital Redevelopment, a part of which is to develop a permanent South Asia Gallery at Manchester Museum. Therefore we are looking for a creative practitioner whose work has a demonstrable link to South Asia and who can create a collaborative Museum-Schools piece of artwork on the topic of ‘Identity in South Asia’. Ideally, we would like practitioners who have experience of working with secondary school age children and would be confident translating pupils’ ideas into pieces of art with a cultural and historical context.
Expressions of Interest
This work will be subject to a DBS check.
We will be inviting practitioners whose skills and experience match the brief for an informal discussion at the Museum on Friday 16th September. Please indicate if you are unable to make this date on your expression of interest.
For further information and to apply, please read the full brief.
Enquiries about the this opportunity:
Cat Lumb, Secondary and Post-16 Humanities Coordinator
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0161 306 1765
This vacancy will close for applications at 10am on the closing date.