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The Regional Print Centre (RPC) is a joint project funded by Coleg Cambria.
The Regional Print Centre has for 20 years been a leading centre for the development of creative printmaking. The Regional Print Centre is based in Wrexham North Wales and housed in the Memorial Art Building, Coleg Cambria Yale site.
The RPC provides creative opportunities for members of RPC and the community of North Wales and beyond. RPC aims to teach, encourage, and nurture new creatives and help established artists develop their approach to printmaking. In 2021 RPC aims to develop new relationships and partnerships with the wider community and arts sector. RPC is committed to ensuring that the diverse community it serves is fully represented within its workforce. RPC has recognised and acknowledges that change is needed within the organisation to ensure that a more diverse workforce is represented. The Regional Print Centre hosts an annual print symposium which is held in front of a live audience and the event features outstanding Artists Printmakers presenting a talk and discussion of their work. This year the theme is the urban environment. We are looking for Artists Printmakers who work with the theme urban environment to present and discuss their working practices and methods to a live audience as part of the print symposium who are:
Are aged 21 or over
Can deliver a presentation to a live audience
Are keen to contribute collaboratively to supporting the development of The Regional Print Centre Have a desire to exchange ideas and practices, valuing difference and mutual respect Fee: £300 (inclusive)
Please submit an expression of interest of no more than 250 words and a current CV by 1st November 2021 to email@example.com subject: Print Symposium 2022 We welcome expression of interest in several different formats. You may prefer to submit a video or voice recording instead of a written expression of interest. We particularly want to address the imbalances in representation within the sector; we will prioritise applications from practitioners from different ethnicities, those who identify as D/deaf, Disabled and/or LGBTQI+. Informal discussions will be held in early November with representatives from The Regional Print Centre and Coleg Cambria.
The successful applicants will be notified within one week of submitting their expression of interest. Regional Print Centre is committed to principles of diversity and equality and this is firmly established in our recruitment process. Personal information and the equal opportunities monitoring section of the application form are removed before consideration by the panel. No job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment than another on grounds of age, disability, gender / gender reassignment, marriage / civil partnership, pregnancy / maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation (the protected characteristics under the Single Equality Act 2010).