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Women 100 Project Roles

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Women 100 is a Government Equalities Office funded project that will celebrate 100 years of women getting the vote with an exhibition of women artists at Ipswich Art Gallery, to include an artist-in-residence who will work with local groups and the creation of a learning resource for secondary school students.

Women 100 will partner with local organisations who support young women and women from lower socio-economic groups to educate and encourage their participation in local democracy and civic life.

For further information about the following roles, please contact emma.roodhouse@colchester.gov.uk or eleanor.root@colchester.gov.uk or call 01473 433550

 

Artist in Residence

£2,000 (inc VAT) + £1000 materials

We anticipate that this will include a minimum of eight sessions with Women 100 participants and 10 days in total. The focus of this role is to facilitate a series of workshops that explore the history of women’s suffrage and empower those taking part to become active voters. This may include working with vulnerable young people

Interested parties should send a summary C.V, a brief statement (500 words max) stating why you are interested in this opportunity and detailing relevant experience.  In addition, please send up to four images illustrating your practice to Emma Roodhouse (Emma.Roodhouse@colchester.gov.uk) by Friday 19th October 2018. If selected, an initiation meeting will be arranged for the earliest convenient date, ideally sometime during the week beginning Friday 26th October. The work will take place between the end of October 2018 and early February 2019. The project completion date is February 18th 2019.

 

Evaluation

£600 (inc VAT)

The focus of this role is to produce an evaluation report based on feedback from the partners and participants for this project. This will involve planning the evaluation methodology and producing any resources required. We intend to gather the data ourselves and would send this to you to create the report.

Interested parties should send examples of previous project evaluation reports, an outline of your proposed methodology and a quotation to Eleanor Root (Eleanor.Root@colchester.gov.uk) by Friday 19th October 2018. We would be grateful if you could include both a daily rate and your anticipated cost for the whole project. If selected, an initiation meeting will be arranged for the earliest convenient date, ideally sometime during the week beginning Friday 26th October. We would send the project data to you by Friday 8th February and the evaluation report must be completed by Wednesday 14th February 2019.

 

Learning Freelancer

£1,500 (inc VAT) + £1000 materials

The focus of this role is to co-produce a learning resource with a group of Women 100 community participants. This may include working with vulnerable young people. The learning resource will support and engage young people at local further education colleges and 16+ community groups to develop their understanding of democracy in the UK. The learning resource will focus on key stories within the Women 100 exhibition linked to Ipswich’s local suffrage story and to demystify the voting experience. The content and method of delivery (e.g. digital, loans box, etc) would be agreed and driven by the Women 100 community participants.

Interested parties should send examples of previous learning / community engagement projects and a quotation to Eleanor Root (Eleanor.Root@colchester.gov.uk) by Friday 19th October 2018. We would be grateful if you could include both a daily rate and your anticipated cost for the whole project. If selected, an initiation meeting will be arranged for the earliest convenient date, ideally sometime during the week beginning Friday 26th October. The learning resource must be completed by Friday 1st February.

Contact Details

Ipswich Museum,
High Street,
Ipswich,
IP1 3QH

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01473 433551