Call for Creative help: for the charity Access ArtPosted by Sand on Jan 12, 2014 in Art | 2 comments
Access Art are looking for volunteers to help them, read this for more info. The skills they’re looking for are,
social media, wordpress, writing and editing, manipulating images (photoshop), illustration, making videos, administration, marketing, audience development, info graphics, evaluation…
Access Art are based in Cambridge UK so if you’re nearby you can use their offices, otherwise your time can be given from home.
Who are Access Art?
A registered UK charity AccessArt is a membership organisation which relies on the income created from memberships to continue to expand and develop the inspirational resources it shares via the AccessArt website. AccessArt was founded and is led by Paula Briggs and Sheila Ceccarelli.
We facilitate high quality visual arts workshops and events to a wide audience, and we are proud to share the ideas and outcomes generated through these workshops via an evolving collection of high quality, inspirational teaching and learning resources available from this site.
- If you are a teacher or educator you’ll find our collection of resources will help you plan art lessons and provide ideas, inspiration and guidance.
- If you’re an artist working in education, a facilitator or a museum and gallery education officer, you’ll find the resources will help inspire and develop your practice.
- And if you are a creative practitioner, we’re sure the ideas will help inspire your own practice.
We’re proud of our resources which are based upon over 15 years of educational practice and believe by sharing them with you we can all work together to inspire the next generation of creative individuals.
To access the resources you need to become a Full AccessArt Member (enjoy 1 months access FREE, £3.50 a month thereafter, cancel at any time). If you are already a member, please log in using the form on the right.
Use the drop down “All Resources” menu on the grey menu to see what we have on offer. Each month we release some of our resources as free-to-access – enjoy!