Made in Corby is a programme of new arts activities focussing on working with local communities, artists, arts and voluntary organisations, businesses and the public in Corby to ensure that the arts are at the heart of positive change in the town and the borough.
Living Legends: Hidden Histories aims to uncover the hidden stories of Corby and reflect the changing population of the town. Taking inspiration from the ‘Humans of New York’ social media campaign, the exhibition will feature local people who have an extraordinary story to tell; an incredible experience, an uncelebrated achievement or a surprising fact about their life. The project is about reflecting the diversity of Corby and discovering the new story of our community.
This project is made possible thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
We are looking for a storyteller/creative arts practitioner to facilitate on our Family Day as part of this exhibition. We would like the workshops to accessible to all ages, be fun and engaging. The sessions will be drop-in and happen at times to be arranged throughout the day.
How to apply:
Please send us your CV and brief covering letter outlining how you would deliver your workshop in this context and what the creative content would look like. Send your application to email@example.com
Date: Saturday 12th May
Times: 10am – 4pm (sessions TBC)
Location: Rooftop Arts Centre, Corby
Fee: Please outline your fee in your proposal to be inclusive of all expenses
Deadline: 5pm on Wednesday 4th April 2018
For more information on the project, please visit www.madeincorby.co.uk or visit ‘Corby Living Legends’ on Facebook
- Current DBS/ CRB (dated within the past 2 years)
- Hold valid public liability insurance of at least £5million
- Provide a full risk assessment of your activity
Made in Corby is committed to equal opportunities. We are working to achieve diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community. 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