Alone with Empire – various job roles

Image Credit: From the Williams collection. British Empire & Commonwealth Collection

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Deadline Wednesday 05 September 2018

Budget 1k - 2k
Hours Freelance
Interview Date 10/09/18

IC Visual Lab has received National Lottery backing from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for our current project Alone with Empire. We wish to send thanks to all National Lottery players for making this possible. This funding will allow us to cover the costs of our installation Alone with Empire as well as the satellite workshops and legacy project website. 

This backing from the Heritage Lottery Fund is in addition to the support received from the Arts Council of England through the Grants for the Arts programme. With this in place, we are excited to deliver Alone with Empire which opens from the 1st – 17th of October. Alone with Empire provides a critical space to be alone with films from the British Empire and Commonwealth Collection (held at Bristol Archives), aiming to challenge the ways in which colonial film footage can be presented and experienced.

In order to deliver this project, we are offering various job positions for freelance work:

If you are interested in any of these positions please send us an email to info@icvl.co.uk with the job role on the subject attaching a CV and a covering letter.

For more information about the project and booking info here LINK

Deadline 5th September 2018.

Interviews available 10th September 2018.

 

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