Are you interested in understanding possible career paths in the creative industries and the cultural sector and building your network?

These two one-day workshops designed and developed specifically for M4C research students will feature a range of high-profile speakers to provide an insight into the sectors to assist with research and postdoctoral career options. 

16th October

2019

Nottingham

Introducing the Sector

 

  • Sector definitions, trends, priorities, opportunities and challenges
  • How the sector is funded
  • The types of jobs you might want to consider in these sectors
  • The realities of working with creative and cultural organisations and tactics for collaboration
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lifting-the-lid-on-the-creative-industries-cultural-sector-tickets-72077384397

3rd December

2019

Birmingham

 

Leveraging your PhD

 

  • Pitching your PhD for creative industries and cultural sector jobs
  • Key skills, experience and attributes needed by the sector
  • Hacking job applications
  • Panel discussion about top tips for applications, CVs and interviews
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lifting-the-lid-on-the-creative-industries-cultural-sector-tickets-72077384397
The Workshops will be facilitated by Hannah Bird and Dr Ceri Gorton (Bird & Gorton), working with speakers from across the sector providing the opportunity to develop a wide network of key contacts who include:
  • Sandeep Mahal (Director Nottingham City of Literature),
  • Aysha Afridi (Head of Heritage and Learning National Memorial Arboretum),
  • Ed Boot Artistic Director & CES of Nonsuch Theatre Nottngham),
  • Sam Cairns (Director Cultural Learning Alliance)