Creative Learning Practitioner

Creative Learning & Community Partnerships is a dynamic department which delivers a high-quality programme of award-winning cultural education which is locally driven, with national significance!

Creative Learning Practitioner

The Richmond Creative Learning team are embarking on a new relaunch, with new programmes, workshops and projects for audiences, schools, emerging artists, and the communities most local to us. As we prepare for our exciting relaunch, we are driven by focus on Diversity, Relevance & Resilience in all that we do.

Creative Learning teams are passionate, multi-faceted and talented individuals. Staff are innovative in their approach to Creative Learning delivery and coordination, consciously ensuring that the local programme responds to the needs and opportunities of the area with ingenuity, finesse, and integrity.

They are looking for talented practitioners whose facilitation style can be tailored to a broad cross section of the community and education sector, with an awareness of the wider cultural and social barriers participants may face in accessing theatre, and an understanding of the needs of groups who find theatre harder to reach.

They are specifically looking for practitioners with experience in one or more of the following:

  1. Musical Theatre
  2. Dance (general)
  3. Acting
  4. Film and Media production
  5. Voice and Musical Direction

You will have the opportunity to plan and deliver workshops and creative projects as required for the wider CLCP Programme both show related and non-show related. We are also looking for one or more individuals to facilitate our regular classes, such as Step into Richmond and Twirling Toddlers. You will work with their team in a Freelance Practitioner capacity, supporting their commitment to successful working partnerships with visiting production companies, local arts organisations, education institutions and individual emerging artists. You will also be working with young people identified as 'at-risk' of leaving education due to currently experiencing or at risk of developing emotional, mental health or complex behavioural needs.

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