Community Arts - Level 3
If you want a career planning and running participatory events, then this is the ideal route to industry for you.
You will learn a range of skills that will enable you to plan, promote and run events and exhibitions. You will also gain the skills to engage with a broad spectrum of individuals and groups within the creative arts sector.
You will work on a range of projects in order to gain experience of managing arts events. By the end of the programme, you will have gained a range of skills and experience including an understanding of recruitment, administration, artist services, book keeping, building maintenance and security.
You should have a good work ethic and a keen interest in community arts and providing high standards of customer service.
Community Arts Administration Assistant
A Community Arts Administration Assistant works to assist the Community Arts Administrator with a range of tasks in order to organise and publicise a range of community arts events and exhibitions.
Community Arts Administrator
A Community Arts Administrator is responsible for ensuring that their local community benefits from a range of arts programmes and events.
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