PAID OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS: The Mending Room:
We’re looking for four students who share a Black British, Caribbean or African Heritage, to support and document a unique project with the legendary theatre arts activist Tony Cealy. Led by him you will work over ten Saturday mornings, starting 10th April and culminating in a share event on 5 June. Here’s some context on the website:
If are in Second/Third Year or are a postgraduate, please contact Ali Campbell now at: email@example.com
The project focusses on the creation by community participants of possible futures for Brixton, through storytelling, performance and visual practice. A good ear for story, a keen eye for visuals and a sharp instinct for documentation will all be most welcome! You will be led by Tony Cealy and mentored by Ali Campbell and Maggie Inchley (Drama).
The share event in mixed media will target an audience of policy makers, community members and others who have influence in the real life of Brixton today. You will play an important supporting role in facilitating this.
If you have friends across HSS who might be interested, do encourage them to apply. A short statement of interest, listing the skills you might bring to this work, should reach Ali by Thursday 8 April: firstname.lastname@example.org