Worcestershire Arts Partnership Blog

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Visual Art - Jump Start




In Association with The Worcestershire Arts Partnership Visual Art - Jump Start is a series of events and meetings bringing together the visual arts community of Worcestershire. 

Offering exhibition opportunities and development for visual artists of all career levels.

I would like to invite you to the first event held on Thursday 7th of May at the Worcester Arts Workshop. 

For this event we will be discussing how to gain exhibition opportunities including how to be involved with the Worcestershire open studio, even if you don’t have a studio!


This event is absolutely free but an RSVP is necessary. to register interest please email: sarahsehra@yahoo.co.uk 







Channel 4, Coming Up scheme for new writers and directors


Now in its second year, Channel 4’s re-launched Coming Up scheme for new writers and directors is looking for applications from writers.

Channel 4 is offering up-and-coming British film-makers the chance to have their own original feature length single drama produced in the new look Coming Up scheme. From the submitted applications, a shortlist of 6 writers will be commissioned to write a full screenplay under the guidance of key industry talent. Three of those writers will then be selected to proceed to second draft before one 90 minute screenplay will be chosen to be produced in full with an up-and-coming director at its helm and planned for broadcast on Channel 4 in 2016. The two runners-up will be commissioned to develop a series treatment for Channel 4.
Continuing the spirit of supporting and unearthing bright new talent that has run throughout the previous 14 years of the Coming Up scheme, this new incarnation of Coming Up encourages applications from those looking to build a career in television.
The scheme is funded by Channel 4 and produced by Touchpaper Wales, a Zodiak Media company, and the aim of the scheme is to produce bold, original, surprising and powerful ideas.

Monday, 27 April 2015

Drama courses for adults with moderate mental health difficulties

Andy Higgit and Tiffany Hosking are about to run drama course for adults with moderate mental health difficulties, but they need some people to attend it! Please share the details below.

07964458637 / 01684 572072


Friday, 24 April 2015

Voices and Visions – Our talent and our future

Voices and Visions – Our talent and our future 
'This is a Save the date email for an event taking place on Thursday 2nd July at the University of Worcester from 2pm to 4pm and from 5pm-7pm  (please note we will in effect do the event twice on the same day to ensure as many schools/artists  can come along). At the event we will hear from guest speakers on how to inspire creativity in the curriculum, hear future ideas on how we can have a strong arts offer for children and young people in the county as well as how we can give accreditation to young people. There will also be an opportunity to meet some of our great arts organisations and artists too. Full agenda and booking details to follow.

Young Birmingham actors search

Birmingham Rep is currently casting the first ever stage adaptation of Meera Syal’s much-loved novel and film Anita & Me. The story has been written for stage by multi-award-winning playwright Tanika Gupta. Roxana Silbert, Artistic Director of the REP, will be directing this new musical play. 


We are now looking for young actresses to play the two leads in this wonderfully funny and poignant piece. The story follows the life of Meena, a 13 year old girl from Wolverhampton growing up in the only Punjabi family in a 1970s Black Country mining village. One day the impossibly cool Anita enters her life and Meena finds her 15 year-old ‘charms’ irresistible.  But all is not as it seems and soon Meena’s world is turned upside down as she is caught in between two cultures. We are also looking for young actors to play the role of Sam, a local 16 year-old tearaway. All three roles are substantial with Meena as the out-and-out lead in this piece, barely leaving the stage. 


The production will play in the main space at the REP before transferring to Theatre Royal Stratford East in London for 4 weeks. This is a paid production and the actors will receive subsistence or touring allowance where applicable. Rehearsals will be in Birmingham. The overall dates of the production, which we will need everyone to be completely available for, are 7th September to 22nd November 2015.


We are looking to meet anyone who meets the following casting specifications:


Playing age: 15 years old (please note we can only consider actresses who are 16years and older). She doesn’t have to be musical theatre inclined or trained / grades but must have a half-decent singing voice - basically not tone deaf. Ethnicity: White. Accent: Birmingham / West Midlands / Black Country. Anita is an attractive, feisty young girl from a difficult upbringing who faces her challenges head-on but is ultimately a lost young girl in desperate need of attention from an unloving mother. 



Playing age: 13 years old (please note we can only consider actresses who are 16years and older). Meena has a number of solos in this piece however we are not necessarily looking for a fully-trained musical theatre voice; someone with a passion for singing and a musical aptitude. Ethnicity: Asian (Meena’s family is Indian).  Accent: Birmingham / West Midlands / Black Country.  We are looking for a sparky, vibrant actress who can tell Meena’s story with joy and humour and style. 



Playing age: 16 years old (please note we can only consider actors who are 16years and older). Doesn’t necessarily have to sing. Ethnicity: White. Accent: Birmingham / West Midlands / Black Country.  Sam is the local tearaway and the leader of the “cool group” whom Meena and Anita are in awe of. He is gobby and crass and a toxic energy within a multi-cultural community. He has some charm and humour but ultimately he’s out for what he can get. 


It is not vital to us that you are a seasoned performer with bags of experience. We are looking for young actors with a passion for acting and singing and who would like to come and have a chat with us about this exciting new production. 


We will be holding auditions in Birmingham at the REP in the first week of May. If you are interested in meeting us for this role then please contact Polly Jerrold: pollyjerroldcasting@gmail.com Please attach a recent photo of yourself and provide a short paragraph about you as a performer.



Polly Jerrold

Casting Director 

07870 164899

Bursary Offer

Live & Local / Shindig is offering bursaries to performing artists in the Midlands to attend the National Rural Touring Forum Conference and Showcase on 14-16 July in Norfolk.  This opportunity is for artists who have professional performing experience but are inexperienced in rural touring. Bursaries will cover conference fees and accommodation and contribute to travel costs.  For further information and details of how to express your interest (by 18th May), please go to the DART website: www.developingartistsinruraltouring.wordpress.com/


Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Herefordshire Children & Young People’s Arts & Cultural Network - Research Opportunity

Herefordshire Children & Young People’s Arts & Cultural Network

Research Brief: Arts and Cultural Sector Research and Information Gathering

Issued by: Arts Connect West Midlands

Date: 20th April 2015


Herefordshire Children & Young People’s Arts & Cultural Network is a recently formed network of arts & cultural organisations working with children and young people (aged 0-25) in Herefordshire. Supported by Arts Connect (the Bridge organisation for the West Midlands) and The Elmley Foundation, the network currently includes The Courtyard, Rural Media Company, Herefordshire Music Service, Ledbury Poetry Festival, Aylestone School, Brightstripe, the Library, Museums and Archives Services, 2 Faced Dance, Arts Alive, The Music Pool, Borderlines Film Festival, Dancefest, Hereford College of Arts, Meadow Arts, Hereford Sixth Form College, Arts Connect and The Elmley Foundation. It is anticipated that membership of the network will grow as plans develop in 2015.

We are now in a position to commission research to inform the development of the network. The aim of the research will be to:

1) Provide an analysis of current provision of arts and cultural activity (across arts, museums and libraries) for children and young people: scale, reach, strengths, challenges and development opportunities with a focus on network members but including other key activity being delivered in the county.

2) Provide an understanding of the Herefordshire context with an analysis of, for example: schools (those with significant arts/cultural partnerships or those who regularly engage with arts/cultural projects/programmes); demographics and comparative local authority data; an analysis of Arts Award and Artsmark; training and progression opportunities; the size of the economy - funding, expenditure and leverage; art form/cultural specialisms and geographical areas of engagement.

Context: Herefordshire Network

We have an evolving shared vision and priorities for arts and culture for young people in Herefordshire.

We want collective motivation (across the network) and a well resourced plan to offer opportunities for young people to derive pleasure from and develop critical understanding of the arts. We want to inspire and promote opportunities for children and young people to experience the arts, celebrate their community and their participation within the arts and cultural industries.

Through collaborative planning by arts, cultural and educational organisations, we want children and young people in Herefordshire to have access to strong and valued arts activities and events. We want arts for everyone, everywhere. We want all children, young people and their families to be able to access collaborative and sustainable creative and cultural experiences in their school, community and where they live.

Our approach builds on and adds to significant development work underway in the county, such as a joint campaign for the Courtyard capital redevelopment plan to form a Cultural Hub for Herefordshire as a creative arts space for CYP and merging forces as a dedicated CYP network to campaign and attract new resources to support a successful bid for Herefordshire to become the UK City of Culture in 2021. Other significant initiatives include plans for the new Hereford University;

the remodelling and refurbishment of Hereford City Library to become a cultural centre; Rural Media’s development of a community media centre at Packers’ House and plans for the redevelopment of the Buttermarket in the centre of Hereford. There is also a need to look at the Marches LEP’s Economic 2014/20 Strategy and Plan, given the significance of the European Strategic Investment Fund to the county, and the development opportunities for arts and culture through the skills, environment, social inclusion and infrastructure foci (especially for young people in the 16-24 age group).

As a network, our priorities are:

 Auditing the local offer to identify current activity, development opportunities and potential partners

 Seeking new investment

 Improving education engagement – building an offer to schools that is strategic and which builds on shared communications networks

 Developing a shared web platform to build information about what is available for CYP and increase the visibility of the offer and progression routes for young people

 Identifying the leadership capacity to realise opportunities to lead the process and broker partnerships needed to make new work happen

Research Brief

To inform our emerging plan, we need to establish a baseline and develop a clearer profile of current cultural activity for children and young people (age 0-25) in the county. This research will help us to:

- Produce a detailed picture and analysis of the current situation county wide (who is doing what, where and with whom)

- Advocate for arts and culture for children and young people

- Gain a greater understanding of the capacity of the sector in Herefordshire, that has a particular expertise/focus on children and young people

- Identify gaps, opportunities and shared development priorities for the network

- Assess issues of inclusion and engagement for the most isolated/disadvantaged children and young people

- Share resources and collaborate to address development opportunities

- Identify potential new areas for growth, new investment and markets

We would like the research to gather a range of different information from the network members and other significant local arts and cultural activity for young people. We are interested in understanding more from providers about:

1. What activity for CYP are you currently delivering? Which areas and locations are you currently working in?

2. What’s in the pipeline – what plans do you have for the next 2/3 years?

3. What do you lack - and would like to develop? What would you like to be better at – what are your development needs?

4. What are the barriers to development – what holds you back?

5. Approximately how many children and young people engaged in your activities over the last 12 months?

6. If you had to score your organisation’s work with children and young people as a priority from 1 to 5, what would it be? What would you like it to be? What are your goals for children and young people’s work?

7. What do you do really well? What experience and specialisms do you have – individually and within your organisation?

8. Who are the potential next leaders in the sector? Can we identify them?


9. Sustainability and funding: What are the current levels of funding to deliver CYP activity (we will compile an overall figure for the county). Do you see this situation changing over the next 12/24 months? How viable is your organisation? What are the main threats?

10. Who are your main partners - from both within and outside the cultural sector? Which schools do you have strong relationships with? Which networks are you involved in? Are there any other key organisations we should involve in the network at this stage?

It is anticipated that the research will be carried out either by written/email questionnaire, telephone or face to face interview. We would like the researcher to collate responses and provide an analysis and summary of the information gathered. This should include a combination of qualitative/narrative information, directories (of networks, partners, etc.) as well as any quantitative data. We would like the report to be completed by 26th June 2015. We would also like the researcher to attend a meeting of the network members in July (date tbc) to present the findings and discuss the process with them and to make limited revisions if required.


The research should include desk research; preparing and distributing a questionnaire/survey based on the above questions to network members; if required, follow up interviews with network members; collating information and preparing a report/presentation. We will be interested to hear ideas on the format of the report but it must be useable as a provocation and influencing document and may be used to support future funding applications.


The final report should include the following:

- A review and summary of key findings from the research

- A risk assessment, to illustrate where there are threats to the sector and an identification of opportunities. This might be as part of a SWOT analysis from the research

- Some brief best practice examples/case studies of different types of practice across the county in respect of children and young people’s arts and cultural practice to help with advocacy

- Presentation of relevant data with accompanying analysis

- Any relevant recommendations to support future collaborative working

Anticipated Timeframe

Response to the brief deadline: 8th May

Appointment: 15th May

Report of findings: 26th June

Meeting/presentation to network: July tbc

How to apply

Please send a short letter of application to Leslie Hampson by 8th May. Please describe your experience and suitability for the project, proposed approach, ethical statement, timetable, allocation of days, fees/relevant expenses and details of two referees.

We anticipate that this research may require up to 15 days.


Leslie Hampson, Arts Connect West Midlands, for more information or with any questions.

07795 818090


Monday, 20 April 2015

Socio-Cultural Impacts of KAF Survey

Socio-Cultural Impacts of KAF Survey


Please share if you can.

On May 3rd at 7:30pm, The Buffalo Gals are performing at Worcester Arts Workshop:

Things are changing at Worcester Arts Workshop with programming by Rachael Savage, Artistic Director of Vamos Theatre. Please come and celebrate with us on this new venture.



On May 3rd at 7:30pm, The Buffalo Gals are performing at Worcester Arts Workshop:


The hottest new Anglo-American dance show on the scene, featuring high-energy percussive step dance to the driving rhythms of the UK’s favourite old-time country string band, The Buffalo Gals.

Traditional, blue grass sounds infused with vibrant energy and humour - and a little of the unexpected - makes this an intoxicating dance show to remember.


Contact Worcester Arts Workshop on 01905 25053 for more details.



Tickets are available for the performance at £10 (Adults) £8 (Child under 16) from Cafe Bliss at Worcester Arts Workshop, or please call Worcester Arts Workshop on 01905 25053 to reserve.




In addition, there will be a Barn Dance Workshop- led in the Traditional American way!


Our dancers are the best flat-footers in the UK and are inspired and trained by Appalachian dance’s first and foremost expert, Ira Bernstein.  So, whether you’re a complete beginner or perhaps you have some dance skills already, come and join the Stampede dancers and have a go yourself:  accompanied by the mountain sounds of early country music, Gospel and Bluegrass, this is guaranteed to be a fun and invigorating workshop. Tap shoes or Leather/hard-soled flat shoes are ideal … along with comfortable clothes but a willingness to enjoy yourself is more important!   No experience necessary.


Contact Worcester Arts Workshop on 01905 25053 for more details.



Tickets are available for the workshop at £4 from Cafe Bliss at Worcester Arts Workshop, or call please Worcester Arts Workshop on 01905 25053 to reserve.


We really hope to see you there!

All best wishes




Rachael Savage

Artistic Director


Vamos Theatre

Worcester Arts Workshop

21 Sansome Street




T: 01905 312921


Friday, 17 April 2015

Oral History Training

An Introduction to Oral History


Tuesday 9th June 2015

City Campus, University of Worcester, Worcester This self-contained day course, organised jointly by the British Library Sound Archive and the Oral History Society, aims to be an informal and practical introduction to oral history interviewing with an opportunity to handle recording equipment and discuss some of the issues around oral history, life stories and memory.  Places are limited to twelve per day course and demand exceeds available places, so please apply early.  No previous experience of oral history is required.  Each course is led by one of the BL/OHS-accredited trainers.

The programme includes:

             What is oral history?: understanding memory

             Getting started: aims and objectives, who to interview, question approaches

             The interview: do's and don'ts

             Practical work: an introduction to recording equipment and practice interviewing

             After the interview: summarising, transcription, copyright, archiving


For a full programme of the day and a booking form visit the OHS training webpage (http://www.ohs.org.uk/training.php?trg=1) or contact Emily Hewitt on 020 7412 7404 or emily.hewitt@bl.uk

Dart Information

The DART website is about to live – this is the link: https://developingartistsinruraltouring.wordpress.com/.  The opportunities page will be available later today or tomorrow.


As soon as you’re ready please send the link to your Worcestershire performing artists, Jumpstart crowd, etc.  All the details of the NRTF and other opportunities, for Worcs and other Midlands artists, and how to express interest etc. can be found on the website. 

Job Opportunity

Does anyone know of a skilled musician/vocalist  practitioner who might be willing and able to work with dementia suffers?
We are looking for someone who is able to work within the Malvern area for a short series of workshops. The work would be supported by care-givers or family members and would aim to have an intergenerational flavour. In addition we hope to have an opportunity to showcase the process in some way at the end of the project.
We are looking forward to the start of our Summer Take Part season being in full flow next week.
Many thanks,

Bridget Lloyd
Head of Engagement & Creative Learning
Malvern Theatres
01684 580956

D!Versity Arts Festival - 16th May 2015

I am representing Spotlight Theatre Society, and in collaboration with the University of Worcester Students' Union, we are holding our first ever D!Versity Arts Festival on Saturday, 16th May 2015 within the vicinity of the Students' Union building on St Johns campus.

In terms of the format of the festival, we are inviting students and members of the public to enter any form of art - whether it be dancing, acting, magic - and perform these at allocated time slots throughout the festival, as well as presenting display work throughout. Entry is free for performers, with the proceeds generated by audience ticket sales going back into the arts' community via the Worcester Snoezelen (http://beta.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=1023456&subid=0) and Worcester Live Limited (http://beta.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=701310&subid=0) charities. We are also planning to give out awards for the best categorical performances.

More information can be found on our Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/378953388954794/.

We have set the deadline for performers as the 1st of May 2015, so if you know of anyone who would be interested please ask them to contact me via email: sarm1_13@uni.worc.ac.uk or our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SpotlightTheatreNews. All entrants should aim to submit some blurb about their performances before this date.


If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to contact us.

Best wishes,

Matthew Sargeant

Spotlight Theatre Society
University of Worcester Students' Union


F.A.N.Y. - Saturday, 2 May - The Hive, Worcester



A starling new play about five women's courage, bravery and exception in WW1.

Innovative Theatre Company 'Anonymous is a Woman' present First Aid Nursing Yeomanry: The story of the incredible women who drove ambulances from the front line of the bloody battlefield to the nearby hospitals in WW1.  The show is based on real accounts already accessed from the F.A.N.Y records and the Imperial War Museum, and adapted from a novel by Robert Radcliffe.  So little has ever been said about these war women; now as part of the Imperial War Museum's Centenary Partnership their story will finally be hear.

Performances at 2.30pm & 7pm, Tickets £10.00/£8.00

Monday, 13 April 2015

007 Bond for Prostate Awareness for WHAT's On

Job Opportunity

It’s an exciting time to join Live & Local. We are growing fast this year to support a network of over 300 voluntary organisations across seven counties in the east and west midlands who choose and promote professional live performances and film screenings for their local community run venues.

Marketing & Communications Manager

£25,727 – £27,323 (Full-time / flexi time)

To join a team of eight in Warwick and be responsible for planning, managing and implementing of our marketing and communications including providing support to the local promoters and managing the two marketing assistants. You will also contribute to the research and development of the Live & Local artistic programme.

You should have a passion for the arts and be an efficient and enthusiastic person with good planning, organisational and communication skills, a friendly personality, good written English, an eye for design and a high level of computer skills. Minimum three years marketing experience is essential. Not open to previous applicants in 2015.

Deadline: Noon on Monday 27th April

Interviews: Wednesday 6th May
Application: Via online application form only. Application pack available for download on our jobs page: www.liveandlocal.org.uk

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Van needed

'May we beg, borrow or steal hire your van? everyBODY dance is touring its new, aerial dance project for disabled and non-disabled people of all ages. We need a van that give us 7.1m3   of space and be available 5th – 30th June, 16th July to 1st August 2015. We will collect and deliver, insure, maintain and generally take great care of the vehicle, please contact rfeverybodydance@gmail.com or call 07870429528. Thank you'   

Building Better Opportunities - 9th April

DCMS gives the green light to City of Culture 2021

Steve Wilson has asked that you consider writing an email of support for the City of Culture Bid to either  Lucy Hodgson, portfolio holder for arts and culture or Simon Geraghty, leader of Worcester City Council. Their emails are: lhodgson@worcestershire.gov.uk and simon.geraghty@worcester.gov.uk

Suggestion below of what you might want to write:

Dear Councillor Hodgson or Geraghty

I understand that Worcester is considering a bid to the City of Culture programme for 2021. I am excited that at this time of challenging financial times the city is considering placing culture at the heart of its programme for making Worcester a world class city to visit. I would wholeheartedly support any bid and would like to be kept involved in any further work.

Yours sincerely



DCMS gives the green light to City of Culture 2021

The DCMS has agreed to progress with the UK City of Culture 2021 competition, following a consultation that asked whether it should be delayed, given that the European Capital of Culture competition will be hosted by the UK in 2023. The decision means that between 2017 and 2023 the UK will have three ‘cities of culture’. The competition will continue to be run by the DCMS after suggestions to outsource its management were criticised. The DCMS has committed to assessing whether it can do more to support the programme, particularly in the area of research – building on and disseminating information about the impact of the programme.

The bidding processes for UK City of Culture 2021 and European Capital of Culture 2023 will both take place in 2017. The consultation asked whether bidding for the UK competition should be brought forward to 2016, but respondents felt this would deny cities sufficient time to prepare and would risk clashes with elections in the devolved administrations. Most respondents were in agreement that the UK and European programmes are very different competitions – in scale and ambition, aims and criteria – and that cities are unlikely to want to bid for both.
Arts Professional


Stephen Wilson

County Arts Officer

01905 765754

07850 923358

Exhibition and Publicity Coordinator Position Available


Job title
Support Artist (Self-Employed) - Part time £15 p/h, 12 hours per week
Reports to
Claire Hilton – Project Manager

Our Organisation

Art in Minds Foundation is a charity working with adults who have ongoing or past experience of mental ill-health within Worcestershire. We support our members' creative and artistic progression by facilitating a weekly art space and volunteer supervised art group as well as sending out newsletters, training volunteers and exhibiting our members' work. We also run support days running up to exhibition time as well as arts workshops in varied media. We originated as part of Shrub Hill Workshop vocational NHS service, from an initiative encouraging exhibitions of clients' work to promote a positive understanding of mental illness whilst increasing confidence and creative skill within individual’s artistic practice. 


Job purpose

Alongside our project manager the Support Artist will be based in our city centre office at the Bradbury Centre and play a pivotal role in planning and coordinating the exhibitions and other related activities. This post is funded until December 2015

Each year we run an exhibition in Worcester City Centre to promote World Mental Health Day. This usually runs simultaneously in more than one venue and has many events/opportunities for our members running alongside it. The title for this year’s exhibition is ‘Beneath the Surface’. This post and project has been made possible by grants from Arts Council England as well as Foyle Foundation and Allen Lane Trust.



Essential requirements


·         Good communication skills

·         An empathetic approach to people with mental health issues

·         An ability to manage the physical demands of transporting exhibits and setting up /

taking down exhibitions

·         Current experience of working in an artistic field

·         An ability to work in a professional manner with outside agencies in setting up



Desirable requirements


·         Previous experience of curating art exhibitions

·         An understanding of mental health issues and services

·         Be able to attend the monthly members meeting (held the last Friday of each month

·         commencing at 1330 hrs)

·         Previous experience of working or volunteering within charitable or community organisations


The successful applicant will be required to be self-employed and will therefore be responsible to pay for their own DBS check (if they do not already hold one less than 6 months old), insurance, National Insurance and Tax.




Duties and responsibilities

To work alongside our Project Manager to:

  • Liaise with other community, voluntary and commercial organisations to arrange events and services as and when required (e.g suitable exhibition space)
  • Complete applications for use of spaces as and when required
  • Prepare promotional material for the exhibition such as posters and invitations and use the guest database to contact all interested parties as well as communicating with printers and outside agencies to ensure completion by specific deadlines
  • Communicate with members and guests accordingly to obtain work to exhibit
  • Create and fill volunteer posts for members and interested parties to participate in roles such as – Catalogue Design
  • Curate the exhibition space by planning as work is submitted and being able to hang the work in a professional and organized manner with minimum disruption to public areas
  • To adhere to all confidentiality, data protection and safeguarding protocols at all times as outlined by Art in Minds Foundation
  • Work alongside our members and volunteers in a non-judgmental and inclusive way to encourage participation and reduce discrimination
  • Catalogue work accurately and store safely for transportation to and from venues
  • To ensure that paperwork and submission forms are designed effectively and completed by all participants prior to the exhibition being put up
  • Attending meetings with outside organisations about specific events and topics as well as networking opportunities on behalf of our members and our organization
  • Collate Mental Health information leaflets by contacting other supportive organisations to signpost the viewing public at the exhibitions
  • Liaise with the local press, organising press releases and articles publicising our events and exhibitions
  • To attend managerial supervision on a regular basis
  • and any other duties as required to support the project manager within this role.


Working conditions


The role requires flexible working hours at times (especially during the exhibition) and will be working in a variety of locations such as:

  • City Centre Office
  • Exhibition Location – Curating and Maintaining Displays
  • Hired locations such as Art Rooms and other Community locations


Please feel free to pass this information on to anybody you feel may be interested or suitable. To apply please send your CV and a covering letter stating why you would like to be involved in this project to our address below or via email.

Closing date for applications: April 30th