Anti-Racism Storytelling Pathways is a new two year programme to embed anti-racist storytelling practice across Wales.
The project will see three freelance Contemporary Cyfarwyddion roles (Resident Storytellers) and one Producer linked to the Mycelium Storytelling Hub, a collective of organisational partners and freelancers working to uncover less frequently heard stories and voices across Wales.
The Contemporary Cyfarwyddion and Producer will work individually and with communities to develop co-created cultural programmes, which celebrate the rich and diverse stories of our shared heritage. The programme will be supported by organisational partners initiating artform-focused anti-racist training and organisational anti-racist action plans, working actively and assertively to be anti-racist.
This project will be delivered by a partnership between Beyond the Border Wales
International Storytelling Festival and People Speak Up, two organisations with a
strong track record of strengthening and showcasing diverse stories of communities in
Southwest and across Wales, through the Mycelium Storytelling Hub.
Over the next few months, we will be recruiting advisory panel members/advisors/mentors and a Project Manager to help support with recruitment. We are asking for expressions of interest from Wales based Black, Asian and minority ethnic advisors, to participate in this two year project
Advisory Panel Deadline 31 January 2023 by 5pm
Project Manager Deadline 12 February at 5pm.
We will also be holding an online open conversation about the project and the roles.
More details in the Role Briefs below.
For further information and submissions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Anti-Racism Storytelling Pathways has been made possible with funding from Welsh Government’s Anti-racist Wales Culture, Heritage and Sport Fund