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Illuminating York 2012 – Volunteering Opportunity

The organisers of Illuminating York are looking for people over the age of 18, who would like to volunteer as a festival steward. You will need to be available on one or more of the following evenings between 5:00pm and 10:30pm (31st October, 1st November, 2nd November and 3rd November) and you will need to be available for a briefing on Tuesday 30th at 7:00pm, lasting one hour.

You can view the festival brochure here

You will be based at the Msueum Gardens and your role would be to hand out maps and leaflets to members of the public and be a first point of contact for any queries that they may have. We will brief you fully on the best way to respond to queries and you will be working in pairs so there will be plenty of support. You may also be asked to complete on site surveys with members of the public and again we will provide everything you need and brief you fully.

This is a great way to gain experience in the events and festival industry, meet people and see some great art for free too!

If you are interested please send a CV or a couple of paragraphs about your background and interests to portia.simpson@york.gov.uk

 

Digital Identity in Interesting Spaces

I’m collaborating with Abhay Adhikari to bring his Digital Identity seminars to Yorkshire with a focus on those working in creative industries / culture / arts / heritage / museums etc.

The seminars take place on the 1st, 2nd or 3rd of May at the National Centre for Early Music in York (click the links for more info):

Strategic development for the arts, culture and heritage sectors

Tuesday, 1 May 2012
Suitable for: producers, directors, curators and senior management

Campaigning and visibility for the arts, culture and heritage sectors

Wednesday, 2 May 2012
Suitable for: marketing and communications teams

Finding your audience and collaborators online

Thursday, 3 May 2012
Suitable for: individual practitioners and community led organisations 

 

Abhay has done a great post on his blog about the project so far in it’s different manifestations:

The Digital Identities in Interesting Spaces project has been running for close to eight months. The first round of commissions and activities are now complete and new ones are about to begin. This is a fairly exciting period as the scope of activities is widening in scale and participation. This post provides a brief snapshot of the work carried out so far. I have also outlined plans for the next quarter.

Read more now…

 

Hope to see you in York in May?