Orchestras for All is seeking a Digital Visual Artist to collaborate with the National Orchestra for All (NOFA) to create a new 3-5-minute piece of audio-visual art. The Digital Visual Artist will develop the project as part of a team working with a composer and Orchestras for All’s Artistic Director, Emma Oliver-Trend.
The work will be a response to Orchestras for All's season theme, The Way We See it, which aims to explore the unity within community, solo voices within an ensemble, the parts of a whole, and being heard in a crowd - themes central to the way the National Orchestra for All work together.
OFA welcomes and encourages applications from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse applicants and people from a lower socio-economic background, who are currently underrepresented in our team and within the orchestral sector. If you declare a disability on your Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and can demonstrate you meet the essential criteria for the role, you will be automatically invited to interview.
Apply by Wednesday 24 February, 5pm
Interviews will take place on Wednesday 3 March via Zoom
For further details please visit our website on orchestrasforall.org/join-the-team