New opportunity - Creative Producer
Heritage Open Days is seeking an experienced, dynamic Creative Producer to deliver its inaugural programme of newly commissioned artistic interventions.
A festival rooted in local heritage and celebrating place and identity, this year we’ll provide 4 artists with the opportunity to explore and respond to stories of LGBTQ heritage, as part of the National Trust’s wider ‘Prejudice and Pride’ programme. Working with local organisers and volunteers, this will be a chance to creatively engage with LGBTQ heritage and communities and bring a more diverse perspective to our shared history. These commissions may be events, installations, performances, exhibitions or socially engaged projects and require a proactive, skilled producer to lead them from commission to evaluation.
Find out more and apply
- Download the brief here.
- To apply please submit a CV, covering letter detailing your interest in the project and your experience, as well as an outline project plan, expanding on the timeline provided to email@example.com by 5pm 13th February.
- If you have any questions about the project or the role please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.