Creative Youth Network Artist in Residence
View by category
View by county
Deadline Monday 11 February 2019
Salary £26,200 per annum (pro rata)
Hours 8 Hours Per Week
Interview Date 28th February 2019
We're looking for an enthusiastic, skilled and motivated artist who is experienced in working with disadvantaged young people as an artist in residence. The role will include:
- recruiting and engaging young people in creative social action projects
- putting on shows/exhibitions with young participants
- ensuring young people have access to suitable progression routes following their completion of projects and activities
- delivering creative employability sessions and supporting young people to achieve their Bronze and Silver Arts Award.
You will have a flexible and creative approach to work and be a strong and solution focused team player. You will need to be effective in working in partnership with other organisations and communities to enable you to engage young people in creative activities and projects. The ideal candidate will have a good working knowledge of the creative arts environment in Bristol and the surrounding areas, together with local opportunities available for young people.
Fixed term contract: 12 Months
Salary: £26,200 per annum (pro rata) (Grade 2.8)
Hours: 8 Hours per week
Application deadline: 11th February 2019, 09:00
Interview date: 28th February 2019
For more information and to apply, please email [email protected]
Applications are preferred in a Word Doc format.
Creative Youth Network is committed to quality, equality and valuing diversity.
10 Dec 2018
East St Arts are inviting artists’ spaces, groups and collaboratives across England to be part of its pioneering Guild programme.
07 Jan 2019
Aspex is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic individual with a passion for contemporary visual art, experience of working with artists and a can do attitude to join its committed team.
08 Feb 2019
UP Projects and Flat Time House announce the open call for Constellations, an artist development programme that supports eight UK-based artists to explore socio-political issues, community-oriented practice and public contexts as a site for their practice.