EEA are just about to kick off an amazing new Heritage Lottery Fund project in partnership with Bishopsgate Institute and the Museum of London… at the moment we are recruiting 18-25 year olds to become part of the core group.
To be involved you need to be 18-25 (or close to) and to register your interest with our project manager Gail (details below)
If you are not available but know someone who you think might be interested then please pass this onto them
As well as an invaluable training opportunity there will be paid opportunities as young programmers and young curators within the programme.
There will also be opportunities to:
This is an opportunity not to miss out on if you can:
For more information please contact Gail Babb: [email protected]
The themes for each day are:
Tuesday: Class (Suffrage, Workers Union, Rise of the Labour Party etc.)
Wednesday: Children (Changing rights and perceptions of children, education etc.)
Thursday: Ethnicity (Empire, Commonwealth, Migration, Bernie Grant etc.)
Friday: Women (Changing role of women, feminism, counterculture etc.)
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