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Freelance Brief Strategic Lead

We wish to appoint a new Strategic Lead to work with us to continue to grow and develop the network consolidating the extremely successful growth in our membership, co-commissioning and partnership working in 2022.

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SHINE Light Up The North

SHINE Artists 2023

Light up the North is pleased to welcome the artists Axolotl and Stevie Thompson to our SHINE programme.

The SHINE programme aims to nurture and develop new talent, giving artists the opportunity to exhibit or perform new work at a number of Light Up The North festivals. The artists were selected through an open-call process and will be awarded bursaries of up to £10,000 to realise their new artwork.

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Light Night Worcester

Artistic Programmer – Light Night Worcester 2024

We are seeking a creative individual or organisation to manage and programme Light Night Worcester 2024. We want to build on previous Light Nights to deliver a high-quality artistic programme with an inspiring range of artforms, installations and performances and an integrated community engagement programme.

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LUTN Social Media

Marketing & Communications Specialist

Light Up The North wish to appoint a freelance Marketing & Communications specialist to work with us to raise the profile of the network, extending its reach and showcasing our work, both as a network and through the network members’ festivals.

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Lightpool Community Engagement Producer

Lightpool Community Engagement Producer

The Community Engagement Producer will lead, develop and deliver a new innovative creative community programme of workshops, events and projects; engaging with our local community, third sector organisations and business partners and developing projects with our local creatives and cultural sector organisations.

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Digilab Lightpool imitating the dog

Digilab 2023

DigiLab is a free workshop week (5 days) for anyone who wants to develop skills in projection mapping.

Participants will learn about imitating the dog’s approach to site-specific projection-mapped installations, from storyboarding through to basic animation and mapping techniques.

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