Invitation to Tender: Future Views - Imagining the Next Generation of Cultural Learning
Royal Opera House Bridge, Artswork and Festival Bridge are seeking an experienced individual or organisation to investigate, plan and deliver a series of online discussions, creative workshops and resources that will explore how emerging technologies, organisational behaviours and future trends might shape cultural learning in a local context.
Working with three Local Cultural Education Partnerships (LCEPs) across East/South East England the Future Views programme aims to create an informed vision of how children and young people may learn about, consume, participate in and create arts and culture in 15-20 years time. Fusing a strong understanding of current local needs, a broad view of physical and digital innovations, education trends and young people’s own opinions and ideas, the vision will be a practical and inspiring stimulus for cultural learning provision. By providing a view of long term localised needs, Future Views will help cultural education partners to prepare for new challenges in education, employment and technologies. A key output will be the production of a toolkit of resources that will allow all LCEPs to replicate and adapt the programme to their area.
How to apply
Ensure you read the full brief before applying
Submit a proposal for no more than four A4 pages in length (excluding appendices) that details how you would approach this task and your relevant experience.
Proposals should include:
Your outline plan in response to the research brief with a timetable
Examples of previous work
A breakdown of days and costs (including VAT)
CVs and details of all the personnel proposed to carry out the work
Details of your professional indemnity and public liability insurance
Please submit your proposal by email to email@example.com by 5pm on Monday 18 April
Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact Michael Corley at Festival Bridge in the first instance.