From 12pm to 4.45pm, the day is for 16-30 year olds who might be interested in creative jobs or hobbies, the arts, and history.
There are talks and ‘group chats’ with young creatives who live and work in Herefordshire. Keynote speakers on the day will be Cecilia Knapp, Max Low an illustrator, and Murf from the Beefy Boys.
From 5pm, the event opens to everyone (all ages) and we’re having a special networking session where arts and heritage groups can meet younger people. Good chance for younger people to be heard when they have their say about culture in the county, maybe seek work experience, mentors, find out more about what’s available locally.
“Each 12-month fellowship includes a stipend of £10,000 (plus travel and accommodation expenses of up to £1200) paid in three instalments across the fellowship year. The Creativity Fellows will each engage with a specific research project, collaborating with the lead academic and their team to create a new work of art to be delivered, performed/exhibited in the December following the fellowship period.
The Creativity Fellows will also be expected to hold at least 3 public work-in-progress sessions in Swansea with the lead academic of their chosen research project, as well as one student workshop and one community workshop.”
Deadline July 30th
Thanks to Vivian Barraclough for sharing this useful opportunity with Launchgrad!
There are still some tickets available for tomorrows (11th June 2019) Meadow Arts Talk with Alex Hartley at CRC, 5.30pm-6.30pm. Alex’s talk is about his fascinating artistic practice and the importance of ‘place’.
Please follow the link below to find out more information & to book tickets:
The final year SFM students will be screening their short films at Loft Cinema (West St Hereford) tomorrow (June 11th) at 7pm or Wednesday at 6.30. Come along!! Bring a friend. Four short films. Sounds amazing!
Herefordshire Museum Service is looking to work with a digital artist from July 2019 to July 2020, for a collaboration with the museum and communities to make the fabulous museum collections accessible to a wider audience.
We want to explore innovative ways of taking objects which are by their nature stored in secure, controlled environments, and introduce them to new audiences in the places where people live, work and learn.
We shall be applying for funding from Herefordshire’s a Great Place, Hidden Gems fund and will be submitting an application by the end of May.
If you would like to find out more and have a conversation with us, please contact Judy Stevenson:
Following a successful Enterprise session on Friday (I will blog about this in more depth later), I’ve had a few queries from students about where they might find resources about starting their own business.
And, finally don’t forget, if you are a current student or a Graduate Associate Member we have a workshop session on Wednesday 12th June here at HCA. This will help you discuss your business idea and create a mission and vision. Book here:
The film will be followed by a live Q&A discussion with producers and writers. One not to be missed (particularly if you’re a horror fan). Contact Keith Temple if you’re a graduate associate member who would like to attend.