Wired4Music Callout for ‘Inclusive Practice in Action’ Conference

Thursday 13th February 2020

10am-4.30pm

Panel participant

We are looking for a 16-25 year old to participate in a panel discussion that will open the conference. The panel will be compered by performance artist Talia Randall and will focus on what power and privilege means in music and music education.

We are looking for somebody to do a 10-minute talk giving their perspective and experience on some or all of the following themes:

  • Who holds the ‘power’ when it comes to programming music projects for children and young people (i.e. in schools, community settings, arts and cultural venues)
  • Are young peoples’ voices at the heart of projects, organisations and funding proposals?
  • Does privilege affect experiences of music education, and entry into the music education workforce (i.e. as a coach, mentor, workshop leader, teacher)

This will be alongside three other panellists – hopefully a funder, an artist, and a grassroots community organisation. It will be followed by a question and answer session facilitated by Talia.

We can offer a fee of £100 for participating, and a free place at the conference for the rest of the day.

 

To apply:- email workforce@sound-connections.org.uk 250 words explaining why you’d be great for the role! Alternatively you can apply by telephone on 0207 729 7220 and request a callback appointment.

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