Call Out for Creative Practitioners to Deliver Community Activities (Wellingborough)
Made With Many is a programme of new arts activities focussing on working with local communities, artists, arts and voluntary organisations, businesses and the public in Corby and Wellingborough to ensure that the arts are at the heart of positive change.
The Wellingborough programme is in its first phase, planning pilot projects with local community groups. Although we may not be able to offer any face-to-face workshops or public events in the short term due to Covid-19 guidance, we are working on a number of opportunities across the next 6 months to connect with local people and will be designing activities alongside community groups that can be safely delivered to participants, through digital methods and ‘at home’ resource packs.
Made With Many would like to hear from artists and creative practitioners who would like to be considered for running future workshops and creative activities with local people as part of the programme across the next 3 years. This is an opportunity to join a register of local artists that we will call upon, when opportunities are available. (Please note: Where there is a need to connect with people online we can offer the use of a Zoom platform to those who feel they may be able to deliver sessions online.)
Before You Apply
Please download the full brief below, which includes more about the Artist/Creative Practitioner requirements, contractual information, timescales, how to apply as well as who to contact for an informal conversation about the role.
Closing date and timescale
Deadline for applications: This is an ongoing opportunity.
Made With Many is committed to equal opportunities. We are working to achieve diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community. In support of this, we have an access budget available to disabled artists delivering aspects of our programme. If you require additional support to deliver activities, please outline these requirements in your application. Any such requests will not affect the outcome of our decisions on commissioning work. If you require additional support in making an application, or would like this information in an alternative format, please contact the office on 01536 267895 /firstname.lastname@example.org
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