The purpose of this role is to develop and deliver creative workshops in prisons and with groups of people impacted upon by prison; work with the museum’s collection and a variety of art forms to inspire connectivity, confidence, dialogue and enjoyment, to enhance the quality of people’s experience within rehabilitation programmes and shape a more open, relevant and representative interpretive approach for the museum; record and collate outcomes from these workshops to inform a coproduced exhibition in 2022 about ingenuity and the rehabilitative role of creativity within prisons.
To apply please tell us why you’d like to join the team, send a CV, evidence of your experience and ability to carry out this exciting new role, illustrate how your experience and skills meet the person specification and include details of two referees.
Send to: Andrea Hadley-Johnson, Artistic Programme Manager
by post: National Justice Museum, High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HN
Closing date: Wednesday 18 March at 5pm
We will contact shortlisted applicants by Monday 23 March
Interviews will be held on Tuesday March 31
Contact NameAndrea Hadley-Johnson
Start Date21st February 2020
Closing Date18th March 2020