Creative Youth are searching for an engaged and enthusiastic group of people aged 16-26 to form a Heritage Collective, working on our upcoming AMP Kingston project.
We are looking for up to 12 people aged 16 – 26 to form a collective who will plan, deliver and evaluate the various strands of this project.
There will be an opportunity to embed yourself within other areas of the project and with Creative Youth’s wider work/team, if desired. As a team, you will work collaboratively to create a clear vision which is inclusive, represents Kingston’s Art Music Pop Fashion heritage, and is engaging for the widest-possible audience.
For our full application pack, including role description and further information, Heritage Collective Application Pack.
The deadline for completed applications is 12pm Sunday 4th September. Please fill in our short application form by clicking here or following the link 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 email@example.com
The deadline for completed applications is 12pm Sunday 4th September.
About AMP Kingston:
AMP Kingston is an exploration of Kingston’s music heritage from the 1960s – 1990s, spanning three key themes: art, music and pop fashion.
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.
The Heritage Collective are key to the creative direction and artistic output of the project, and will ensure that young people are placed at the centre of the work we do together.