Engagement Producer at Runnymede

Image Credit: Artist Mark Wallinger at Runnymede, Photo Courtesy National Trust


Deadline Monday 12 March 2018

Fee £6,000 (inclusive of VAT and travel)
Interview Date Tuesday 20th March

The National Trust are looking for an experienced and creative Engagement Producer to develop and deliver a planned set of activities to engage specific audiences with a new major art commission by Mark Wallinger, in collaboration with Studio Octopi, called ‘Writ in Water’ at Runnymede. It will open to the public in June 2018.

Proposals are invited from individuals or organisations with an in-depth understanding of engagement in the arts. The engagement programme should connect audiences and visitors with the Wallinger artwork, the significance of Magna Carta and the site at Runnymede. We anticipate that activity for the programme will take place at Runnymede, and also within community settings.

Fee: £6,000 (inclusive of VAT and travel) + production budget

Tender proposals must be submitted as a single PDF document by 10am on Monday 12 March 2018.

For more information and for further details on how to apply, please download the full Engagement Brief https://www.dropbox.com/s/yto5e24i8zlf0p7/Runnymede%20Engagement%20Brief%20.pdf?dl=0

Any questions please email Georgina.Bolton@nationaltrust.org.uk

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