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Impact Arts recruiting artists and tutors for summer Cashback programme

Impact Arts are looking to fill a number of posts for a creativity-packed Cashback to the Future programme this summer, kicking off in July 2017.

We are looking for seven full-time tutors for 5 weeks, beginning Monday 3rd July.

Cashback to the Future, funded by the Scottish Government's Cashback for Communities programme, will offer free creative workshops to 14-19 year olds in Ayrshire, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

In terms of location and artistic discipline, we are recruiting:

  • 1 music tutor in Ayrshire
  • 3 performance tutors in Ayrshire, Edinburgh and Glasgow
  • 1 visual arts tutor in Edinburgh
  • 2 digital arts tutors in Ayrshire and Edinburgh

We are also looking for a Digital Content Curator for the duration of the programme. This exciting opportunity will see you gather digital content and coming up with innovative ways of presenting participants' work.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 22nd May 2017. For more information on the roles and how to apply, please visit the Work With Us section of our website.

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