Activities: Other specialist roles, Working with visitors
Starts: 15 June 2018 to 24 June 2018
South Quay, Worcester & Birmingham Canal, Worcestershire
Navigable by boat or on foot, the Mid-Worcestershire Ring is an interconnecting circle of waterways which form a unique tourist destination. The Ring is a major new arts programme that is taking place between March and September 2018 celebrating the historic 21-mile Worcestershire circular canal that flows through the urban and rural landscapes of Worcester and Droitwich.
The Weorgoran Pavilion pops-up in Worcester this summer, hosting a vibrant programme of literature, music, dance and workshops led by local artists.
The stage’s vibrant design is the creation of NEON, a design studio that works between the disciplines of art and architecture. The sculptural pavilion takes its inspiration from the Saxon origins of the name Worcester and its ancient translation, “the people of the winding river”.
The Weorgoran Pavilion reflects the light of its riverine surroundings in combination with a site-specific soundscape, Shire Skies, by acclaimed Ledbury-born musician and beatboxer Dave Crow
You will be given an induction into the Canal & River Trust, learn more about The Ring project and the role that you will undertake for this particular project. We are looking for volunteers to support the event from June 15th - June 24th. As there are different roles if you are interested please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you enjoy getting outdoors, meeting new people, sharing local knowledge, have an interest in local history and art then this is a great opportunity for you.
This volunteering opportunity is run in partnership with Caroline Kendall. Visit their website to find out more and make contact at: https://theringart.org.uk/projects/weorgoran-pavilion/