Meadow Arts, an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation, require Creative Practitioners to work with schools, universities & colleges as well as the wider public to plan, deliver and evaluate contemporary arts projects as part of the Meadow Arts Inspires Programme.


Your role

Our Creative Practitioners play a key role in running our programme. As a skilled practitioner you will be responsible for planning and delivering education and engagement projects with us. This will include responding to briefs, meeting with our Education & Engagement Officer, Steve Wilson and the individual schools and colleges, agreeing on dates and then running the individual project. You will be required to evaluate the project with us, to ensure that there have been positive and proven learning outcomes.


Your skills

We are looking for Creative Practitioners with the following skills and experience
Ability to develop and implement projects from a creative brief
Ability to evaluate projects
Knowledge of Contemporary Visual Arts and the wider arts scene
Knowledge of the school curriculum at all Key Stage Levels
Experience of working within an education setting
Experience of working with the wider general public
Knowledge of accreditation including Arts Awards and Arts Mark
In addition we require you to have your own transport and have a current DBS Certificate as well as your own Public Liability Insurance.