Unlimited is Looking for a Graphic Designer Tweet
posted on: 25 July 2017, posted by: James Zatka-Haas
Unlimited is on the lookout for a graphic designer to take on an exciting opportunity…
Unlimited is currently looking to recruit an experienced and enthusiastic graphic designer who is keen to work with the programme’s team to create a brilliant piece of print showcasing the ground-breaking artworks it is supporting through different awards.
This is an open call, and as a commissioning programme for disabled artists, we are keen to ensure Expressions of Interest from disabled people and disability-led companies are included as part of the mix, so please do help us share the opportunity far and wide. We also have a fair few more design briefs in the pipeline over the next couple of years, so this could be the start of a rewarding, long-term relationship!
The first piece of print – a set of 9 or 10 postcards, bound or held together in some way (see brief) – should be ready this November, with the second delivered early next year. If you are interested and would like to apply, please download the brief below in Word or PDF format. Send an initial Expression of Interest detailing how you would approach the task (no more than 500 words), along with your CV and any relevant portfolio materials, to Lulu Nunn, Arts Engagement, PR and Marketing Officer, Shape Arts by 12 noon, Monday 28 August 2017 – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also email Lulu if you require the brief in an alternative format, or if you have any questions.