|Type of post:||Orchestra news item|
|Posted By:||Arden Tomison|
|Date Posted:||Sat, 29 Aug 2020|
St Pauls Carnival CIC is pleased to announce it will be looking for a part-time curator for our upcoming Black History Month programme. This is a unique opportunity to create and deliver a bespoke digital programme, focussed on Black History and the community in the aftermath of the Colston Statue, and what it means for the wider city as a whole.
We are looking for an emerging and exciting talent to bring together the diverse experiences of the city, to engage with and empower both young and old and create a programme that builds on the success of the Spirit Up! United At Home Digital Carnival.
This role is also funded by the United Communities & Solon Housing Community Fund. This fund has been vital for many of our partner agencies enabling them to better respond to our community during the initial stages of virus outbreak. This award helps SPC to continue our community outreach and work with artists.
Closing date is September 4th. Interviews w/c 7th September
|For more information, see:||www.mediafire.com/folder/636bq7o0gcql6/St+Pauls+Carnival+-+BHM+Curator|