Future Screens NI announced as partner in DfC Covid Recovery Employment & Skills Initiative

Future Screens NI – a collaborative partnership between Ulster University, Queen’s University Belfast and local industry partners – will lead the Art Work programme, allocating funds to arts sector organisations to recruit entry level roles that will support organisational and sectoral growth. Art Work will offer organisations funding to support good quality, fully funded three-year fixed-term work opportunities at entry level in a diverse range of job roles for applicants who wish to enter into or progress their career in the arts and creative industries.

As one of five strands of the Covid Recovery Programme Employment and Skills Initiative established by the Department for Communities to assist and stimulate recovery in the arts, heritage, sport and voluntary sectors, Art Work will address labour market barriers faced by individuals and organisations arising from the impact of the pandemic on the arts and creative economy.

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