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WoWFest 2016!

WoWFest 2016 is all about exploring the future past and present (well, it’s all relative isn’t it, Einstein?) through sci-fi, super heroes, graphic novels, comics and…a Time Machine! What can sci-fi teach us about climate change or our climate of fear, are graphic novels a real literary art-form, and just how long will it take us to get to The Ninth Planet? We’ll be featuring the best of SF classics, voyaging into the wonderful world of Afrofuturism, Girl’s Comics, technologies for creating and living, and, with our regular eclectic travelling companions of star struck festival guests, WoW is tilting to the future with a whole star ship full of new and up and coming writers. Countdown begins now…Lift Off scheduled for May 2016.

To celebrate WoWFest 2016 we’ve launched our brand new website dedicated to Writing on the Wall’s annual Festival. The new festival site, now giving you the first taste of our exciting festival line-up, will contain all you need to know about this year’s festival, guests, venues and tickets, and is the place to be if you want to volunteer or enter our exciting competitions... 
 
 

WoW Are Recruiting!

WoW are hiring a Project Manager
 
Hours:                        37.5 hours per week     
Salary:                        £18,000 per annum
Based:                        Liverpool
Reports to:                Writing on the Wall Co-Directors

Writing on the Wall are seeking a Project Manager to coordinate and deliver a range of current projects and to work with the Co-Directors to create and initiate new projects. 
 
The post holder must be an energetic and experienced professional able to inspire staff and volunteers, with strong organisational skills to manage and monitor partner organisations, staff, pupils and volunteers. The Project Manager will be also responsible for extending WoW’s work with schools and young people generally, playing a leading role in WoW’s aim to use creativity to improve literacy and engagement of young people in the Merseyside area. 
 
Writing on the Wall is a National Portfolio Organisation of Arts Council England. This is an exciting opportunity to join a unique cultural organisation that works across a range of art forms with diverse communities across the region. WoW are a highly motivated team committed to supporting individuals and communities to engage in high quality arts, culture and creative learning, and inspiring them to create their own work. 

It is essential that the applicant is:
·         Educated to degree level, or equivalent experience
·         Has experience of working in an arts organisation or an arts related industry environment
·         Has experience of project management and delivery
·         Has experience of working in partnership with other agencies to deliver successful collaborative projects
 
Writing on the Wall is an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity in our workforce and welcome enquiries from everyone. 

Application deadline:               Midnight, Tuesday 23rd February
Shortlisting takes place:         Tuesday 1st March
Interviews:                                  Wednesday 9th March (venue tbc in Liverpool)
 
For information and application pack email info@writingonthewall.org.uk

Liverpool Young Writers 2015 Tracks

Word-Up is a creative writing and Spoken Word group for young performers and poets around the North-West. Over the past 12 months the young writers have created and performed spokenword poetry with guidance from renowned artist and performer Nikki Blaze. Nikki has worked with the Liverpool 8 based group and enhanced the participants confidence, abilities and performance skills. We're delighted to announce that their work is now available to listen to on soundclound. 

Listen to WoW's Liverpool Young Writers tracks here

     

If you're interested in getting involved with Word Up next year, you can contact us via email on info@writingonthewall.org.uk or alternatively, call 0151 703 0020 for more details. Spread the word!

Contact WoW

Address:  The Kuumba Imani Millennium Centre, 4 Princes Road, Liverpool, L8 1TH
Map: Click Here for our location page

Tel:  0151 703 0020
E-mail: info@writingonthewall.org.uk

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