Be sure to head down to Cottenham Sixth Form Centre over the weekend of 29th November – 1st December to view the fantastic art on display and cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award! Check out the website at http://attheatrium.org.uk
ASPIRE 2 is a short film which was conceived, written and scripted by pupils at Sawston Village College, working in partnership with professional film-maker, Simon Panrucker, and supported by the Arts Development Manager. The result is an exceptional film of which everyone who was involved is justifiably proud. South Cambridgeshire Decorative and Fine Arts Society supported this project.
Mr Clumsy and Catgirl
See below one of the films produced in the Movie Match Workshop, run at Sawston Village College as part of the artsMASH holiday activities. See our artsMASH page for more information about activities for young people taking place in the holidays.
Arts Development Manager Post in Swavesey
Swavesey Village College is currently advertising for an Arts Development Manager. Swavesey Village College is a member of the stART Consortium. See details of the post and how to apply below:
Starting salary: Local Authority Level 3 Grade 26 – 28 (£22,221 – £23,708) according to experience
This is a great opportunity for an enthusiastic individual to work with villages served by Swavesey Village College in Cambridgeshire. The successful candidate will work at SVC to provide and support community-based arts projects and help establish the College and its locality as a hub for culture.
The post holder will also be required to have experience of community project development and be responsible for ensuring the integration of the existing and new communities for the new town of Northstowe. They will also be closely involved in establishing local governance and community management. A self-starter with initiative, good organisational and communication skills are required for this area of responsibility which will initially be for 2 days/week.
The ADM job involves strategic planning, co-ordination and implementation of an arts development strategy, project development and the marketing and publicity of arts events. Some evening and weekend work at The Swavesey Venue will be required.
Employed by Swavesey Village College for an initial period of one year, with the possible extension of up to two years, the successful candidate will be highly motivated and have excellent communication skills. Demonstrable experience of fundraising, project management, and working in the arts sector or community development is essential.
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. All staff will be subject to an enhanced check with the DBS.
To apply, please contact Claire Newman at email@example.com , 01954 230366 x 296, for a recruitment pack. Details can be downloaded below.
Please do not call for information or request to visit during school closure dates: 19th July 2013 – 1st September 2013 but your application will still be accepted by email during this period.
CVs are not accepted.
The closing date for applications is 2nd September 2013 at 9am.