We are looking for a Welsh speaking freelance coordinator to engage with communities and partners to organise 3 bicycle powered outdoor cinema screenings in Dyffryn Conwy in April 2022. Fee £3k, deadline to apply January 28th 2022.
If you enjoy engaging with people, organising things and have enthusiasm for community based arts activities and exploring different ways of working, please apply or get in touch.
We’re interested in engaging directly with people in communities to explore what films they want to see as part of the project. Handing over decision making and exploring how to collectively reach agreement. We’re open to how this works and how to organise it, there will be lots of learning about different forms of collaboration and it’s ok if it doesn’t work as expected.
We’ll gather a team of local people to ride the bikes to power the cinema, set up the equipment, share information about the screenings, and make a decision on whether the popcorn should be sweet or salty, or both!
What is Pedal Powered Cinema?
A mobile cinema set up powered by bicycles! We’re planning on having a four bike set up, and everyone of all ages and sizes can take part. Everyone can contribute to making the cinema work, and people need to pedal in order to continue to watch the film.
The freelance role
Hours: Flexible. We expect the time required to be about 20 days.
Delivery: Events on Friday 8th, Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th April 2022
Locations: Events in Conwy Valley. Home working with some travel in the Conwy Valley to work with the communities on location
Fee: Fee of £3,000 on a freelance basis, plus travel costs
Required skills/experience: Welsh speaker, able to travel, effective and friendly communicator, organised, flexible, resourceful and adaptable attitude.
I’m interested, how do I apply?
Please outline your interest in the role in writing (max one side of A4), video or audio (max 3 minutes) as well as your CV to katie[at]ffiwsar.com
If you have any questions or access requirements, please get in touch.
When’s the deadline?
5pm on Monday January 28, 2022
Who’s doing this?
Dyffryn Dyfodol is a partnership between Ffiwsar, a creative production organisation based in Llanrwst, Natural Resources Wales and Cartrefi Conwy, an independent not for profit Registered Social Landlord.
What is Dyffryn Dyfodol?
Dyffryn Dyfodol translates to ‘future valley’. We want to collaborate with communities, organisations and projects in the focus area of rural Conwy and look at ways of making positive change happen. By bringing people together for creative activities, we explore a future we all want to see. We want to find out about people’s experiences and ideas – what could be changed or challenged to benefit all our communities and the environment? We don’t have the answers – finding out together is what the project is about.
The project currently runs until March 2024 and is part funded by Arts Council for Wales.