Edge Arts Community

Edge Arts Community Supervisor – RECRUITING NOW!

Thank you for your interest in becoming one of two EAC Supervisors. Please read the below information carefully before applying.

Job purpose:

The Edge Arts Community (EAC) is a thriving, creative network run by and for University of Bath students. It is free to join and open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students studying at Bath. The EAC aims to inspire creativity across campus and encourage more students to get involved in arts activities.

The EAC is led by 2 Supervisors, a Marketing Coordinator, 3 Event Coordinators and a Postgraduate Coordinator who are employed on a casual basis alongside a voluntary Steering Group who make important decisions about the future direction of the EAC.

The Steering Group meets, once a semester and is open to all EAC members.

The EAC Supervisors guide the coordinators and co-chair the Steering Group acting as leaders to ensure meaningful outcomes for EAC members and students arts in general. They gain valuable professional development experience working closely with the University’s arts team. They also make decisions about the EAC events programme allowing them to pursue their own creative interests.

These roles are open to all Undergraduate and Postgraduate students from University of Bath.

Deadline: Friday 11th October 2019, 5pm

Interview: Friday 18th October 2019

For more information about the role, please see the below job description or contact Alex Homewood amh84@bath.ac.uk

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The Edge Arts Community (EAC) is a thriving, creative network run by and for our students. It is free to join and open to all students at the University of Bath. The EAC aims to inspire creativity across campus and encourage more students to get involved in arts activities.

Check this page for our upcoming events and opportunities. So far this year, we have hosted the EAC Film Festival, a Salsa dance workshop, a Halloween art workshop and more.

The EAC has kindly been supported by the University of Bath Alumni Fund.


What We Do

The EAC offers something for everyone from dance classes to life drawing workshops. We host regular socials and events giving you the chance to take a regular break from your studies and meet like-minded people in a fun, informal setting.

Whether you’re interested in art, music, dance, theatre, writing or film the EAC has plenty to offer you.

Any University of Bath student can join the EDGE ARTS COMMUNITY for FREE. By signing up to be part of the community you will be part of something special.

Why Join?

As a member of the EAC you can:

  • -Keep up to date with arts news from across the region with our monthly newsletter
  • -Get a discounted rate for classes, music tuition, workshops and performances at The Edge
  • -Receive invites to special EAC events
  • -Access mentoring and career development opportunities
  • -Take part in a FREE weekly activity ranging from open mic nights, zine-making to acting.
  • -Apply to be part of the EAC Advisory Board and programme future work and events

Meet the Team

The EAC is led by 2 Supervisors, a Marketing Coordinator, 3 Event Coordinators and a Postgraduate Coordinator who are students employed on a casual basis alongside a voluntary Steering Group who make important decisions about the future direction of the EAC.

The Steering Group meets once a semester and is open to all EAC members.

Our EAC team are: Alex McCarthy, Lucia Lopez Carasa, Chloe Granger, Sue Vern Lai, Thomas Langmans, Eve Bellers, Catelyn Liao, Yiping Sun & Ibrahim Elhadidi

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Arts Development Fund

If you’re a student (or member of a society) at the University of Bath and are planning a creative project, you may like to apply for financial support from the Arts Development Fund, which exists to promote and support arts excellence among our student community.

The Arts Development Fund is administered by our EAC Advisory Board and can support any arts-related activity so, if you’re planning an event, want a professional masterclass or need new equipment, apply today.

Applications are accepted throughout the year and are assessed during the EAC’s monthly board meetings.

FIND OUT MORE HERE

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