Our team of Heritage Volunteers will be instrumental in researching, gathering and recording the heritage which rests at the centre of our AMP (Art, Music & Pop Fashion) Kingston project.
With young people, this project is an exploration of Kingston’s music heritage from the 1960s – 1990s. This heritage will be identified, recorded and accessed in a range of interactive, sustainable ways. Through uncovering this heritage, the project will not only explore some of the most iconic musical acts of the late twentieth century, but will also celebrate pop fashion, costumes, album artwork, band posters and more.
AMP Kingston will place younger people at the front and centre when it comes to the shaping, planning, delivery and engagement of this project. Together, we will
explore a time period that was rife with bold, charismatic and entertaining advances in artwork, music and pop fashion.
Three themes have been identified. These will be explored through a series of free intervention exhibitions, and younger person-led creative interpretations.
The Heritage Volunteers will be instrumental in researching, gathering and recording the heritage which rests at the centre of this project. The volunteers will support Creative Youth in researching, collecting, collating and the public presentation of Kingston’s music heritage from 1960s – 1990s, including interviewing heritage enthusiasts, music and art professionals, and members of the public to gather their stories.
Please see our application pack for a full list of roles and responsibilties.
Please complete an Application Form and Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form, links for both can be found below.
If you have any questions about the application process, or would like to arrange an informal chat to discuss the nature of this role, please email Archie at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will accept applications anytime until the end of December 2022.