Earlier in the year we announced our new project, Culture Matters, that sees us work with Liverpool Libraries and young people with disabilities to light up the libraries across the city with creative activities, events and exhibits.
We are now recruiting young disabled people aged between 13 and 18 to get involved in these activities as Digital and Cultural Producers. The young people involved will receive mentoring and training from a range of arts and media professionals in different creative skills areas, such as digital media production, organising events, recruiting and working with artists, facilitating creative activities and much more. Current roles include:
Digital & Cultural Producer: Curation
This role involves working as part of a small team to curate an area of Liverpool MakeFest 2017. Download a full description here.
Digital & Cultural Producer: Media and Communications
This role involves working as part of a small team to use digital media to cover and promote creative and cultural events in libraries. Download a full description here.
Digital & Cultural Producer: Events Management
This role involves working as part of a small team to programme and deliver their own digital arts workshop and run their own large-scale music event in Liverpool Central Library. Download a full description here.
All of the roles will need a 2 – 3 day time commitment between April and Sept 2017 and as part of the project, you will have the opportunity to have your work and learning accredited by Arts Awards, and will receive references from the industry professionals you work with.
You don’t need any experience to get involved, but we’d love them to have bucket loads of enthusiasm for creative and cultural activities. Everything else can be picked up on the training!
To take part, get in touch with Hayley on email@example.com or 07796260920 and let us know why you want to be a part of Culture Matters
Application Deadline: 5pm on Monday 10th April