Work with us

Our people have helped to make Pedestrian the best, we’ve been privileged to work with skilled and talent practitioners in a number of fields since our establishment in 1998.

So, why not join our team?

We are always looking to work with new artists and companies, so why not get in touch. Send us your CV, workshop proposals and images of your work/previous sessions to jobs@pedestrian.info

Current opportunities below:

 

Image: Black & white photo of children spray painting a large canvas. Black spray & an orange circle are at the left of the image. Text: Local Graffiti / spary artist call out. Send Hello to info@pedestrian.info

Pedestrian Ltd would like to hear from local, experienced graffiti/ spray artists who can lead workshops where participants will have a hands on experience, learning spray/ stencil technique, create tags, etc who would like to be considered for delivering future workshops and creative activities with children and young people.

This is an opportunity to join our register of creative tutors that we will call upon, when opportunities are available which can be one offs, short term or longer term and we cannot guarantee regular work due to the nature of our projects and funding. By local, we mean Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, etc as our travel budgets allow.

Outreach sessions could take place from our city centre base and different community venues.

To express an interest in these roles, please send a CV and a short expression of interest. Expressions of interest should answer the following questions: 

  • Your experience in leading workshops with children, young people and/or adults.
  • Examples of participatory workshops you can lead including photos of work created by others.

Pedestrian is committed to equality of opportunity and as such applications from all backgrounds are welcomed. We encourage applications by people with lived experience of the issues faced by the young people and communities that we support; artists of BME heritage; particularly interested in practitioners with a socially-engaged art practice; who have experience in working with children and families from diverse backgrounds; who enjoy working collaboratively to co-design programmes of work.

Applicants will need to have a current DBS certificate (we can support if out of date), provide ID to prove Right to Work in UK and complete our Safeguarding procedure before any work can commence.

If you have experience delivering arts workshops and feel you would fit in with Pedestrian’s ethos of ‘Pioneering Potential’ than please do get in touch.

Please send us an email to info@pedestrian.info with the subject as ‘Hello’.