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Tenders are invited by Seacourt Print Workshop, Bangor, Co Down, for the provision of Print Facility Technical Support Services over a period of 22 months commencing in February 2016.
Interhuman is a project established to assess the impact on the wellbeing of participants in print based activities. Funded by both the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and Paul Hamlyn Foundation, the project will also seek to break-down social barriers by regrouping individuals on the basis of printmaking related interests as opposed to shared disabilities, medical conditions or immigrant status. The findings from the project will be shared in a symposium on social engagement through the arts timetabled for 2017.
To assist in the successful delivery of this project Seacourt is seeking an individual who has the appropriate experience to provide high quality Print Facility Technical Support Services.
The scope of the work the Print Studio Technical Support Services provider will be responsible for includes:
Providing practical & technical assistance to participants in activities and projects and assisting tutors & facilitators, as required
Providing practical & technical assistance to artist members
Maintaining workshop equipment & tools
Maintaining adequate supplies and materials and arrangingfor ordering as required
Assisting in preparing for outreach projects, workshops and courses, as may be required
Maintaining a clean and tidy working environment throughout the studio and renewing etching baths, water baths and other integral facilities for the smooth running of the workshop
Ensuring strict adherence to Workshop Safety and Practice by those using the workshop facilities
Undertaking any other such reasonable work as may be required for the successful implementation of this project.
Tender documents outlining the full requirements for the contract should be requested by email. Please contact email@example.com. The closing date for submission of completed tender applications is 12.00 midday on Wednesday 27th January 2015
This project element is funded through the Paul Hamlyn Foundation