Are you curious about creating art?
Do you want to be a part of a change and make a difference?
Please note that this project is for people living or working in East London.
Magic Me is a charity organisation based in East London, Tower Hamlets that exists to bring generations together through Creative Arts, to build a stronger, safer, and more integrated community.
We are looking to recruit young adults 18+ to join us for our Creative Community Project that will be running over a duration of 6 weeks (July-Sept 2022). We will be organising weekly creative sessions for participants, led by professional artists allowing both the younger and older generations to connect within a care scheme. Through creating art, socialising and being able to intertwine different generations, be part of a project that makes a heartfelt and rewarding impact on the community. At the end of the project, there will be a community arts event to celebrate our achievements and exhibit the artwork.
- One day a week (Every Wednesday)
- 13:30 – 15:30
- Coopers Court, Sanctuary Retirement Living E3 4SW
- No experience required
It will be an opportunity for young adults to:
- Gain experience and skills in a care setting
- Make connections and understand the community
- Share life stories
- Be able to use your creative imagination to connect with residents
- Try something different
- Have fun
- Meet new people
- Make interesting artwork
We are looking for committed adults, keen to connect with their community.
Please note that there are 10 places on this programme. We will take suitable submissions on a first come first served basis, and will operate a waiting list for any submissions which come in after the programme is full.
The project will be running from the 10th August – 28th September 2022
Please fill in the form below if interested
“Something brought me here, and it’s given me life.” – Older Participant
“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi
For more information or a friendly chat about the role please contact Catherine Connell (Senior Project Manager) on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07517 890 506.
We are committed to being as accessible as possible, wherever we can, including application processes. We welcome any questions, feedback and suggestions.