Employment & Volunteering Opportunities
Organisation: Attenborough Arts Centre
Region: East Midlands
Artform: Cross Artform
Welcoming: All Disabilities : Inclusive/Integrated
Attenborough Arts Centre invites anyone in the community to engage with the arts. Our current arts programme pilots new approaches to performance and creative learning, supporting local and national artists to take risks and try new ideas, especially those with emerging careers and disabled artists. We encourage partnerships to develop artists cross-over and collaboration with different art forms. We are looking to develop further work, aiming to foster debate with artists, students, academics and wider audiences. Our new exhibitions programme focuses on art that is relevant, engaging and accessible, critical and progressive. Our exhibitions will have a social motivation exploring the changing role of contemporary art, its local and global relevance; supporting practical, aesthetic, and poetic new approaches to our society, our environment and our place within the two. Please see our website for further information about current and upcoming employment and volunteering opportunities for disabled artists.
Attenborough Arts Centre (AAC) is part of the University of Leicester's College for Arts, Humanities, and Law. It has historically positioned itself within an inclusive framework in Leicester and beyond. The multi award-winning arts centre has spent the last 18 years promoting the engagement of diverse social groups in artistic production, with a specific focus on disabled people. AAC pioneers new and exciting approaches to inclusive arts, breaking down barriers to access. From 2010 (under the banner 'Embrace Arts'), AAC expanded its offer from creative learning and music to include performance art, experimental theatre, literature and spoken word events and contemporary dance - championing disabled talent and disability-led companies.
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