Project Artist wanted to deliver a creative school programme at Provan Hall to engage their local young people.
About Provan Hall
Provan Hall is an A listed medieval building located in Auchinlea Park, which sits at the heart of Easterhouse. The building has undergone a £2m restoration that will safeguard this important heritage asset as a new hub for heritage learning and engagement, and a visitor gateway to the Seven Lochs Wetland Park.
Following its restoration, Provan Hall will be managed and operated by the Provan Hall Community Management Trust. The aim of the Trust is to engage and inspire local people in their heritage by providing opportunities that connect local people and visitors to Provan Hall through inclusive means of creative heritage interpretation.
About the Role
They invite applications from artists across various platforms to deliver creative workshops which provide guidance and inspiration for our local school community to design a mascot for Provan Hall. They are interested to hear from visual artists, crafters, the environmentally focussed and other artists, including those who work with people with additional support needs, those with sensory impairments, those who are neurodivergent and/or physical disabilities.
Project fee: £1680
Target audiences: School children P4 – P7
Project schedule: We envisage the preparation and delivery of this project to take up to eight days at £210 per day between August – December 2023. Final details and schedules to be discussed and arranged between the artist and Provan Hall Community Management Trust.
They have a limited budget for materials so please give details of materials and an amount if you require materials for your proposed sessions.
As this is a freelance opportunity, public liability is required from all artists engaged at Provan Hall and an up to date and appropriate membership of Disclosure Scotland will be required for any artist who is in engaged in regular work with protected children or adult groups.
To receive a full project brief, please email Christine Pont at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make a proposal, please submit a covering letter detailing your experience of working with young people, interest/experience in working with heritage or charitable organisations, your proposed art focus for this project and your availability along with a CV to email@example.com by Tue 6 June 2023.
This opportunity is grant funded by a Glasgow City Area Partnership Award.