With Summer Music Week finally over – and what a week it was! – you can re-live some of the moments over on our Pinterest board. From the opening burst from the Big Band in the sunshine on the Deal Bandstand to the final, stirring strains of Elgar on the second Sunday, it was a fantastic week of music-making, in which many of the University’s students, staff and members of the local community came together to celebrate music at Kent.
Visit the pinboard here: more photos will follow later in the week as well.
As both readers of this blog may have seen, I’ve recently written several features for the University’s Employability blog on musicians, transferable skills and musical Life After Kent.
The latest post, Pinning your hopes, takes a look at the virtual pinboard I run on Pinterest, reasons for setting it up and what (and whom) it’s there for.
Read for yourself over on the Employability blog here.
As a means of organising all the arts vacancies advertisements that I’ve hitherto been posting to our Facebook group, you can now Follow a special Arts Vacancies board on Pinterest.
As we come across arts vacancies in the south-east region (mainly Canterbury, but occasionally further afield – there’s currently one for Plymouth on there!), I’ll be adding them to the board with the closing date for applications indicated, so you can quickly see all the extant opportunities, together with direct links to the relevant website.
This will be your one-stop guide to current arts-related opportunities, as well as provide an idea of various arts organisations and institutions that provide them.
Click here to visit: keep watching…