We are pleased to offer an exciting opportunity for a Digital Production Company/Freelancer to work with Screen South’s Accentuate Programme to make a series of 360 Virtual Film Exhibition Tours, as part of their ground-breaking Curating for Change project.
Curating Visibility launches with our first Fellowship recruitment. Do you love museums and want to begin to pursue a curatorial career? Do you define yourself as D/deaf, disabled or neurodivergent? Apply for Accentuate’s 15-month Curating Visibility Fellowships now. Deadline 8th February 2024.
Britain’s foremost face of popular history, Sir Tony Robinson, has honoured an inspirational heritage campaigner and Hastings resident with an iconic National Lottery Award to celebrate her incredible work in transforming the museum experience and championing opportunities for disabled people in the heritage sector.
Esther Fox, Head of Screen South's groundbreaking Accentuate programme, has been nominated and subsequently advanced to Finalist in the National Lottery Awards 2023 for her work platforming D/deaf, disabled, and neurodivergent people to thrive in their careers.
Esther Fox, Head of Accentuate, and Kyle Jordan, Curatorial Fellow with Curating for Change, have each been nominated for a place on the Shaw Trust's Disability Power 100 list.
Join us at this online sector forum, aiming to equip delegates with tools on how to deliver an inclusive recruitment practice for D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent applicants.
We are pleased to help support our colleagues at the University of Leicester with the promotion of their latest recruitment for the next cohort of the New Museum School Advanced Programme, which offers fully funded MAs and the chance to be part of a wider movement for inclusive transformation to groups under represented in the sector. For more information, click here.
The Heritage Trust Network are setting up a Network Youth Forum for anyone aged 18-30 and interested in supporting their local community heritage projects. They want to ensure that under-represented young voices are heard in the heritage sector. To find out how you can get involved, click here:
Screen South, through our Accentuate Programme, is delighted to launch our report, Curating for Change: disabled people leading in museums. This is based on extensive consultation we have undertaken over the last year in preparation for the Curating for Change programme (subject to funding).
Curating for Change, aims to tackle the underrepresentation of D/deaf and disabled people in our Museums, secures National Lottery funding. To find our more about the project click here.