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Freelancers needed to create content for Digital Museum

Content Creation, Design and Creative
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11 May 2020

About the brief

We are aware of the impact that current events are having on freelancers. In these unprecedented times we have secured funding to bring freelancers on board to support the development of our Digital Museum.

Although we are now closed to the public, we have established a Digital Museum run across our social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter), to help and support our community. Our aim in doing this is to help counter the increase in social isolations and loneliness that COVID-19 is like cause. Social isolation and loneliness are cross-generational and not bound by class, health or income level and can impact on your mental health and well-being.

We are running a daily programme of posts and activities for all ages. So far these have been made in-house by a small team, but we have now secured a £7,000 pot of funding to commission freelancers to develop resources for the Digital Museum.

We are not setting a deadline for submissions and will commission work on a rolling basis as ideas come in that fit with the Digital Museum programme. However, our digital offer will be based around these topics on the following weeks, so it would be great if any suggestions could be based around these themes:

Week commencing 20th April: Americas

Week commencing 27th April: Empire

Week commencing 4th May: Asia

Week commencing 11th May: Oceania

If you would be interested, please get in touch with your idea, your hourly rate and an example of your previous work.

£7,000 pot


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