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2019-05-07 Mulfra Vean 100 CYH4 western oval annex lookingWAre you an artistic and enthusiastic individual who is passionate about the Penwith landscape? Could you lead workshops to introduce others to Penwith through the arts? If so we want to hear from you!

For our Seeing the Landscape project (one of the thirteen in our National Lottery Heritage Fund supported programme) we wish to encourage individuals to explore and celebrate Penwith through artistic workshops. To support this we have three contractor roles available: a Children and Families artistic workshop leader, an Artistic Workshops for Adults session leader, and a Short Story Workshop leader and competition judge. 

At this point in time we would like to invite Expressions of Interest for these three contracts. Please click on the titles below to read the role briefs, and if you feel you would be a great fit for any of the contractor roles then please send us a CV or other summary of your work by the closing date on Monday, 16th March at 12 noon, with an indication of which of the three contracts you are interested in. We will then review all the Expressions of Interest and invite shortlists to apply in full for the contractor roles.

Please send your Expressions of interest and any queries regarding the roles to katie.giles@cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk or deliver them to the Penwith Landscape Partnership, The Office Above the Dog and Rabbit, North Row, St Just, Penzance, Cornwall. TR19 7LB

We look forward to hearing from you!

Children and Families artistic workshop leader role summary

Artistic workshops for adults leader role summary

Short story workshop leader and competition judge role summary

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