A call for artists to help us open new doors to Liskeard’s historic buildings
As part of the national Heritage Open Days in early September, people will have the chance to go into normally closed buildings and discover hidden stories of Liskeard. This will include the Masonic Hall, St Martin’s Church tower, the Cornish Times archive and private houses.
It’s also a chance to open our eyes to Liskeard’s beautiful buildings. If you go past them every day it’s easy to do so without seeing them properly.
We’re looking for artists to run workshops that will help people celebrate Liskeard’s heritage buildings and look at them in new ways.
This could be at the end of the school summer holidays w/c 28 August or during the Heritage Open Days themselves 7-10 September. Workshops may be aimed at families or adults and could include a visit to the town centre or specific buildings.
Artists will be paid £175 for a day long workshop, including preparation, travel and (usually) materials. Shorter workshops will be paid pro rata. We will consider charging participants for materials.
If you’re interested in taking part please complete an application form and return it to Yvette Hayward, Support Services Manager, Liskeard Town Council, 3-5 West St, Liskeard PL14 6BW or email firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Friday 28 July 2017.
Application forms can be downloaded below and paper copies are available from the office at West Street and the Tourist Information Centre.
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