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Routes into Music Facilitation

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We’re offering three brand new opportunities to work with Brighter Sound as a music facilitator across our programme of work for children and young people.

The placements – one leading to a formal qualification and two paid traineeships – will offer practical, hands-on experience of music delivery in a workshop setting, shadowing experienced facilitators who are specialists in musically inclusive practice.

The roles are aimed at musicians who are committed to the development of their skills as a creative practitioner. The ideal candidates will be passionate about unlocking the creativity of children and young people through music making, and nurturing musical, social and personal progression.

You can read an overview of each of the positions below. 

1. Certificate for Music Educators Qualification

  • A comprehensive training programme leading to a professional, level 4 qualification in music education. Includes online training modules, 1-2-1 mentoring, and work placements to put learning into practice
  • Tuition fees, additional training and travel bursaries (of over £1000) covered by Brighter Sound
  • Accredited – assessed through observations and a portfolio of coursework
  • Flexible schedule (between 12-24 months)

2. Children & Young People Programme Trainee

  • Paid, on-the-job training, shadowing experienced Brighter Sound facilitators
  • Includes bespoke training sessions, and requirement to complete reflective diaries and blogs
  • Non-accredited
  • Over 6 months (March 2020– August 2020)
  • Across a variety of programmes with different ages, abilities and disciplines
  • Flexible session dates

3. Sing City Trainee

  • Paid, on-the-job training, shadowing experienced Brighter Sound facilitators
  • Includes bespoke training sessions, and requirement to complete reflective diaries and blogs
  • Non-accredited
  • Over 12 months (March 2020 – March 2021)
  • Part of Sing City – Brighter Sound’s songwriting project for 13-18’s
  • Weekly on Wednesday evenings

Further information

As part of the application form you will be asked to tell us why you are interested in applying for that particular role. Therefore we encourage you to only apply for the position that most interests you.

The deadline for all three placements is Sun 9 Feb 2020, 11pm.

If you have any questions about these opportunities please contact Lucy Wallace at lucy@brightersound.com or 0161 830 3899.

Supported by Youth Music as part of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England, and made possible by funding from the National Lottery via Arts Council England.

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02/09/2020

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Call for venues: Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award, Artist Commission 2020

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Engage is delighted to announce that applications are now open for venues wishing to host the Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award, Artist Commission 2020.

Application deadline: 10am on Thursday 6 June 2019

Galleries, museums and visual arts venues throughout the United Kingdom are invited to submit proposals to host the 2020 Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award (ARMA), Artist Commission, worth £15,000. The Award in 2020 focuses on mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. The Award funds an artist (or artists) to conceive and deliver a project which engages children and young people. It is hoped the project will have an outcome such as an exhibition, performance, art commission or public sharing. A further £3,750 will be made available to the host organisation to cover their costs.

Applications are invited both from organisations with experience of working with artists on participatory projects or education and learning programmes, and those with little experience and for whom this would be a good opportunity to develop work in this area.  

To apply to host the Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award, Artist Commission 2020 please complete the application form in full and submit it by email to info@engage.org by 10am on Thursday 6 June 2019. Please use the subject line ‘ARMA 2020 Host Organisation Application’.

 

Background

ARMA was established in memory of the artist Alexandra Reinhardt and is supported by the Max Reinhardt Charitable Trust. Engage has manged the award since 2012.

Artist Lindsey Mendick completed ARMA 2018 at The Turnpike, Leigh; Alison Carlier ARMA 2016 at aspex, Portsmouth; Anne Harild, ARMA 2015 at the Bluecoat, Liverpool; in 2014, Maria Zahle was hosted by New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester and in 2013, Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva was at mima, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art. For further information on ARMA 2013–2018 see: www.engage.org/arma

For further information on ARMA 2013–2018 see: www.engage.org/arma

 

About Engage

Engage is the lead advocacy and training network for gallery education, with some 870 members across 270 museums, galleries and visual arts organisations. Members include national, local authority and independent museums and galleries, and freelance education professionals throughout the UK. Engage has well-developed programmes in England, Scotland and Wales, and focuses on four areas of work: research and activities, continuing professional development, sharing practice, and advocacy. Engage as an Arts Council England Sector Support Organisation NPO, receives project funding from the Arts Council of Wales and is an Annual Client of Creative Scotland.

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06/06/2019

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£15,000
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