Work with us on project Lookout

24/05/2017

 

Work with us on project Lookout

24/05/2017

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Do you have a passion for the arts and your local community?  Are you looking for the opportunity to learn new skills and get experience working in the arts?

We have the opportunity for four volunteers to join the team as we deliver our upcoming project ‘Lookout’ on 10 & 11 June 2017.

The main role of the volunteers at ‘Lookout’ will be to work with BCA staff to welcome, book in and collect evaluation and photo consent forms from audience members that attend this exciting project. Between the volunteers, BCA staff, artist Andy Field and performers from Shortstown Primary it is our role to ensure that the audience have a memorable ‘Lookout’ experience.

We are looking for people who love what Bedford Creative Arts do and want to get involved, who enjoy chatting to people from all walks of life and we’d like for you to have good organisation skills too.

This would be a great opportunity for someone looking to get experience in arts events.

You will need to be available on 10 & 11 June from 12 noon – 6.30pm.

Deadline for applications is 6th June 2017.

For more information and to apply please sign up at the CVS website

You can read more about the project ‘Lookout’ here.

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