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Thanks to Tom Littlewood for passing this on:
Project Grow has been established through a joint vision between Wallscourt Farm Academy and South Gloucestershire Council to create an outdoor learning environment that explores the potential of creating a sustainable model for the active use of the academy grounds through growing and husbandry that is grounded in seasonal cultural activities.
Our aim for this project is to develop and implement a creative skills led project based on growing and learning that uses the grounds for one school year and leaves behind a model and sustainable skills for its continuation.
We are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic lead artist to work collaboratively with team and wider community to research, facilitate and implement the project.
Brief can be downloaded at www.ginkgoprojects.co.uk/opportunities
Project budget: Â£27,500 ex vat
Submissions to be sent in electronic format only to Tom Littlewood (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 12 noon Mon 30th June 2014.
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