WHALE seeking Stewards for Film and Moving Image Festival

WHALE Arts Agency are looking to recruit Stewards to assist them between 5-10.30pm on Saturday 20 October 2018, as part of the upcoming Wester Hailes Film and Moving Image Festival.

The posts will pay the Living wage, £8.75 per hour for the 5.5 hours.

Changing Perspectives: Wester Hailes Film and Moving Image Festival is an inaugural event for the community, coordinated by WHALE arts’ Creative Placemaking programme. This community-wide event will showcase archival, community and artist film and moving image work. Taking place across October half term it will include multiple screening events, film making workshops for young people and an outdoor projection trail at Westside plaza.

On the evening of Saturday 20th October we are working with Double Take Projections to project a selection of archival image and new film work as part of an immersive projection display around Westside Plaza shopping centre and the surrounding areas. We are looking for stewards for the Saturday evening of the festival to be stationed across the 3 projection sites, to work with the Double Take projection team to watch over the equipment and provide information to visitors/passers by on the festival itself. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in gaining experience in arts events, film and projection projects and working with communities. We are looking for friendly people with good communication skills and interest in community arts and film.

To apply to be Steward at the Changing Perspectives: Wester Hailes Film and Moving Image festival please email the following to Helena Barrett, Creative Placemaker at helena@whalearts.co.uk:

  • a copy of your CV
  • a short paragraph indicating why you are interested in this opportunity.

If you need IT support with this you can attend our IT Job Search and Online Benefit drop ins on Mondays between 12.00pm – 2pm at Clovenstone Community Centre and Wednesdays 1.00pm – 3.00pm at WHALE Arts.

The deadline for applications is Friday 21 September 2018 at 5.00pm. You can find out more on WHALE Arts website here.

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