the UK’s Digital network for the arts. It services the cultural sector by encouraging
UK-wide cooperation around digital programming, production and exhibition. It
provides necessary scale to cultural organisations that could not
independently procure the capital, talent and market presence required for
founded by the UK Film Council and Arts Council of England. It is currently
backed by the British Film Institute, and its membership extends to major
cities in the four nations of the UK.
include the Barbican (London), BFI Southbank (London), Broadway (Nottingham),
Chapter (Cardiff), Cornerhouse (Manchester), Dundee Contemporary
Arts, Filmhouse Cinema (Edinburgh), FACT (Liverpool), Glasgow Film Theatre,
Mareel Arts Centre (Shetland), the National Media Museum (Bradford),
New Art Exchange (Nottingham), QUAD (Derby), Queens Theatre (Belfast),
Showroom (Sheffield), Tyneside Cinema (Newcastle).
seeking a savvy writer to write both industry/public facing press releases and
weekly blog entries centered around technological innovation, partnerships and programming
in the UK arts and film sector.
Candidates must be educated to at least bachelor degree level. Demonstrable
previous of PR writing, profile-raising experience and knowledge of social
media are also required.
a freelance position estimated at around 5hrs per week at approx £20 per hour. No
guarantee of work or minimum hours. Can be
based anywhere in the UK. Some occasional travel may be required.
time as soon as possible from April 2014.
send a recent CV, a short covering letter outlining relevant experience (maximum
1 A4 side), and writing samples or links to: email@example.com (please include all
the above as attachments) or to:
Recruitment, Cinema Arts Network, c/o Pod 52,
The Greenhouse, Media