freelance Photographer

Last edited by rowan.padmore on 3 November 2016
Salary / Fee: 
around £2,500
Closing Date: 
Wednesday, 23 November, 2016
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About the Opportunity
Crisis Skylight Oxford are looking for an experienced digital photographer with an excellent portfolio and proven experience of working with vulnerable groups. The successful applicant will collaborate with Crisis members in April to July 2017 to create a high quality, high profile photography exhibition as part of Art in Crisis 2017.
This would suit someone who has a good understanding of the needs of our members, excellent photographic and teaching skills, and is passionate about people learning it in a positive and encouraging environment.
The project is likely to involve 1 x 3 hour class a week between April and July 2017 with some additional meetings and the work involved in installing an exhibition. Payment for the project will be a fee of around £2,500 depending on the details of the final project.
Art in Crisis 2017 is a national festival of art work created by Crisis members across all the Crisis Skylight Centres and exhibited in each locality. This will coincide with marking the 50th year of Crisis.

Crisis Skylight Oxford
Crisis is the national charity for homeless people in the UK. We are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. Crisis Skylight Oxford is one of our accredited education, training and employment centres, offering practical and creative workshops in a supportive and inspiring environment together with formal learning opportunities that lead to qualifications and finding work. We have a variety of other support services including housing coaches, progression coaches and support from a mental health coordinator. Crisis members are our clients who are homeless or recently housed adults from all walks of life.

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Application Process
Please apply by C.V. and covering letter outlining your relevant skills and experience and include links to your work/portfolio to
All applications must be received by midday on Wednesday 23rd November

Visual Arts
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