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Opportunity: Cloudlands Project Manager (Maternity Leave)

Helium is currently seeking an experienced project manager to lead the Cloudlands Project from December 2012-July 2013.

Cloudlands is a new performance arts and technology project for teenagers with chronic illnesses. The project will take place between November 2012 and July 2013 in Children’s University Hospital, Temple Street; Galway University Hospital and Cork University Hospital. The project will place an artist in residence in each of the three hospitals where they will work collaboratively with patients to develop new work based on the participants’ stories, interests and experiences. The project will use an online creative space where artists and teenagers will share their work and collaborate across the three hospitals.

The project manager will oversee the smooth running of the project across the three hospitals, working closely with Helium’s artistic director, the artist mentor Mark Storor, the three artists, the technology manager and the key contacts in each hospital.

A detailed brief can be downloaded here: Brief Project Manager Cloudlands PDF

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