Upper Springfield Development Trust Public Art in the Community, Belfast

Open Call

Upper Springfield Development Trust Public Art in the Community Programme, Belfast

Closing date for receipt of applications: Wednesday 19 July, 4pm

Upper Springfield Development Trust Public Art in the Community Programme has vacancies for a bank of artists in the following disciplines.

* visual and performance artists and storytellers to facilitate programmes of workshops with groups and artists to produce pieces of work for temporary public art showcases;

* emerging artists who will gain mentoring support as part of the programme.

Essential Criteria:

It is essential that

• The artist will demonstrate skills of making and installing or performing temporary public art/ and or/ storytelling

• The artist/s will show high innovation through examples of previous work

• The artist demonstrates skills in participation and engagement through examples of previous projects ((NB: Applicants for the post of New/Emerging Artists do not need to be scored on this section)

Desirable Criteria:

It is desirable that the artist/s will have;

• Knowledge of disadvantaged communities such as the Upper Springfield and West Belfast.

• Skills in working collaboratively with other artists. ((NB: Applicants for the post of New/Emerging Artists do not need to be scored on this section)

Application forms and full details can be downloaded from www.upperspringfield.com 

All completed applications, CV and images must be returned by email to: deirdre.mackel@usdt.co.uk 

Contact: Deirdre Mackel Tel. 028 90236677

 

 

Source: Visualartists.ie - Jobs -Opportunities

 

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