Opportunities to work with Northern Print on ‘Reimagining Digital’
Northern Print has secured funding through an Arts Council England Project Grant to deliver 'Reimagining Digital', a new blended digital learning and participation programme to engage three core groups of participants: schools; community groups; and adult individuals. The programme will:
- create new exciting content to provide audiences with creative, immersive experiences;
- create participatory events that digitally engage audiences at home;
- bring innovative creativity to our existing projects and activities; and
- support our streaming offer.
We are offering a number of opportunities in relation to the delivery of this project:
Freelance Printmaking Tutors – Expressions of Interest
We are keen to expand our pool of freelance tutors and are seeking Expressions of Interest from freelance printmaking tutors from across the UK. We would like to hear from artists who may have experience of online teaching (though this is not a requirement) and from those for whom online teaching opens up opportunities, for example artists living at a distance from Northern Print and/or people with disabilities. We have secured funding to support access needs for tutors with disabilities. We hope that this call out will support a database of artists we can employ beyond the scope of this project as our learning programme is ongoing.
Printmaking Tutor (Outreach)
We are looking to recruit a freelance Printmaking Tutor (Outreach) to develop and deliver a programme of engagement with local community groups using both online and blended learning. The contract is for a total of 20 days (at £200 per day) between October 2021 and February 2022. including approximately 6 days allocated for planning, development and evaluation
Printmaking Tutor (Schools)
We are looking to recruit a freelance Printmaking Tutor (Schools) to develop and deliver a programme of engagement with schools using both online and blended learning. Engagement will be across all key stages and include GCSE and A level students, and CPD for teachers. The contract is for a total of 20 days (at £200 per day) between October 2021 and February 2022, including approximately 6 days allocated for planning, development and evaluation.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for project briefs, stating clearly which opportunity/ies you are interested in.
The deadline for all submissions is 5pm on Monday 27 September 2021.