Freelancer, Novium Museum

Interview date:07/01/2021 Closing date:18/12/2020 Job Description:

A new exhibition, ‘The Livestock Markets of Chichester’, opened at the Novium Museum on 24 October and will be accompanied by an extensive programme of community engagement activities. Drawing on the museum’s social history collection, the exhibition and accompanying community engagement project will connect Chichester’s history as a market town with the farming landscape of the South Downs. The historical exhibition at The Novium Museum will act as the catalyst to explore contemporary issues highlighted during the Covid-19 pandemic, including resilient food supply chains, sustainable farming and the transient harvesting workforce.

The exhibition and accompanying programme of activities has been made possible thanks to grant funding of £9,904 from the South Downs National Park Authority Covid-19 Recovery Fund, and a £2,843 South East Museums Development Programme and Art Fund Project Recovery Grant. These grants have been designed to support cultural organisations as they try to recover from the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

We are seeking a freelance professional with experience in the culture and heritage sector to develop, deliver and evaluate reminiscence activities to care homes and support groups from January to end May 2021.

Download the full job description, including details on how to apply here: Freelancer – The Livestock Markets of Chichester project

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