For a local artist to collaborate with our young people’s group ‘Breaking Ground‘ on creating a signature look for our community allotment.
We have BIG plans for our shared community allotment with PXI, and we want to create a signature look and feel for the place. Things we would like to include in the project are; a mural for the metal shed, a map of our allotment, wayfinding signage at the entrance and possibly extended around the allotment communal areas.
This will be a 6-week project. Scroll down to ‘The Details’ for full schedule.
If this sounds like an opportunity you are interested in please click the ‘I want to apply’ button and fill in the form. Alternatively, if you would like to find out more about the role, you can book an information session below.
We’d love to hear from applicants that represent the communities we work with and welcome applications from young people, Black, Asian or minority ethnic persons, working-class people, marginalised genders, and people who have a disability, impairment or learning difference. We are an employer that values lived experience at all levels of our organisation.
If you would like to discuss any support for expressing interest, please get in touch with Elle at email@example.com
PXI Community Allotments
336 Herries Road
S5 7HB (map)
Friday 8th October, 12 midday.
Please click date above to sign up
16th October – 13th November (6 weeks)
Prepare and Purchase* – 1.5 days or 11.25 hours (this is your personal at-home time to plan for the sessions)
Workshop Sessions – 6 days (this will be on-site working with the young people 9:30am-1:30pm)
Impact & Evaluation – 1/2 day
8 days total
* Shopping list will be sent to us for approval, then money will be released to you for purchasing. Please allow time for delivery between sessions.
£ 150 per day or £ 1,200 total
If you would like to discuss alternative application and interview formats, or any support you need, please get in touch with Elle at firstname.lastname@example.org
These workshops are intended primarily to prioritise the people living and working in the S5 wards (Southey, Firth Park, Parsons Cross, etc) to join as participants and role models.