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Digital Visual Artist

Job description

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.

Fee: £2,000

Apply by Wednesday 24 February, 5pm

Interviews will take place on Wednesday 3 March via Zoom

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