Perth Theatre and Concert Hall and Creative Carbon Scotland are recruiting a creative practitioner to work on a new project exploring sustainable travel. Drawing on your own artistic practice, the role involves contributing to the overall design of the project, running a series of creative workshops, and collaborating with participants to document their journeys to Perth Theatre and Concert Hall. Application form below.
Eligibility: Open to any creative practitioner of any discipline. You must be based within easy traveling distance of Perth Theatre and Concert Hall to limit transport emissions associated with the project and ensure a good connection with the local area. We recommend that you should have to travel no more than a maximum of 25 miles to reach the venues. You must have the right to work in the UK.
Fee: £10,800. Based on a Scottish Artist Union day-rate of £336. A budget is also available to cover expenses for artist materials and local travel up to a distance of 25 miles from Perth Theatre and Concert Hall.
Time commitment: 30 days, spread across May 2023-March 2024, with the majority of time falling during July 2023-November 2023 (see below for an estimated breakdown). Timing is flexible, but will very likely need to involve evening and weekend working to reach the right audiences.
Application: Application form; responses to four questions to be submitted in written or video format, plus equalities monitoring form.
Location: Activities will take place at Perth Theatre and Concert Hall and in some other locations around the Perth region. Some elements of the work can be done remotely from any location. Due to the nature of the role, it is particularly well suited to someone based in or near Perth.
Deadline: Sunday 23 April 2023 23:59pm
A full artist brief is available further down this page. If you have any questions or would like to request a PDF copy of the information, please contact email@example.com.
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