Creative Careers Festivalis a fabulous FOUR-day programme of workshops, taster sessions, and mentoring linked to the creative industries and economy from Monday 4th to Thursday 7th of February 2019. College of Arts Career Advisor Helen McCarron said: The festival includes spotlight sessions on Design,Visual Arts, Publishing, Marketing, Education, Entertainment, TV and The Cultural and Heritage Industry.
This FREE festival is open to any University of Lincoln students interested in a creative career. Go along and join in – from the freelance drop-ins to producing your CV. See on-campus sessions http://uolcareers.co.uk/creativecareers and register pleasehere.
The University of Lincoln Careers and Employability Team has organised FREEevents for our students in the College of Arts duringCreative Careers Week. Find out about going freelance, job-hunting strategies and postgraduate opportunities. Also try mock job interviews and get an insight into the assessments used by employers.See the range of events about career options from Tuesday 26th to Friday 29th May and it’s best to REGISTER NOW!
Event organisers said:We recommend that students from the College of Arts attend at least three sessions to get full value from the week. This can also be counted towards your Lincoln Award chosen and academic approved activities. You need to be a student currently studying at the University of Lincoln to attend this week. If you have questions regarding the events please email Helen McCarronhmccarron@lincoln.ac.uk.
Frequency festival is a digital arts festival based in Lincoln. Some of you may have already seen the posters around campus. Frequency showcases international and local work from artists who use digital tools and new media. The festival integrates art into Lincoln’s landscape in the form of installations, projections, site-specific work and live performances. More information
The festival this year will be running from the 18th October to the 26th. All the vacancies are advertised on the uol careers site and you can see them on the links below. Continue reading →