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Freelance Jobs: ‘Talkin’ bout my generation’ Project

Talkin’ bout my generation’ is a Market Place project led by Babylon ARTS that will capture the musical 1960s-80s teenage memories of March, Wisbech, Mildenhall and Brandon.

Local Baby Boomers will be supported to explore, celebrate and preserve their experiences of popular musical culture of the period, including the associated social, visual and fashion aspects. This will include ‘reminisce roadshow’ workshops in each town and the production of final community sharing events and resources.

Delivery of the project will take place from November 2017 to June2018.

We are seeking to fill two freelance roles:

  •  Project Co-ordinator to manage the project’s programme and delivery including budgets and reporting. Contract fee: £13,200 plus £500 towards travel costs. Download Job Brief for Project Co-ordinator here.
  • Pop Culture Archivist, a heritage professional, to join the team to research relevant local and regional history, create learning materials to support events and workshops, support volunteers to investigate information and oversee the appropriate sharing and archiving of the project’s findings. Contract fee: £5,000 plus £250 towards travel. Download the brief for the role here. Download Job Brief for Pop Culture Archivist here.

For questions and details please email Nathan Jones at nathan.jones@babylonarts.org.uk.

***Application deadline Monday 6th November 2017***