Freelance Workshop Facilitators, Creative CoLab


We are looking to expand our pool of freelance facilitators, and are looking for creative practitioners who can produce pre-recorded half hour workshops at home. 

About us:

Creative CoLab is a participatory art organisation based in Worcester. We provide arts, heritage and play programmes for young people in Worcestershire, including workshops; mentoring opportunities; and co-developed programmes which give young people the space to express themselves. 

About the role:

We are looking for artists from across the artistic spectrum to deliver half hour workshops on their creative practice. These could be introductory sessions, themed sessions (e.g. looking at heroes and villains in storytelling), or workshops using new skills within an already established practice (e.g. photo editing to build photography skills). 

We welcome applications from artists even if they have not facilitated before, as support can be provided by our team in developing a workshop plan. What we are specifically looking for are artists who want to share skills and inspire young artists. 

Workshops need to be suitable for audiences aged 13+

All workshops need to be pre-recorded at home - you must have access to your own camera, but we can post you items such as smartphone suitable tripods. 


Workshops are paid at £150 per session, we also welcome applications from those interested in facilitating multiple workshops, but each session must stand alone. 

How to apply:

Please apply to with a CV or short description of your creative practice and previous experience (max 250 words or 3minute video), alongside a description of the workshops you wish to run - including outcomes and potential activities by the 28th May. 

Shortlisted facilitators will go on to have an informal conversation with the Creative CoLab team, questions and topics of discussion can be distributed in advance. 

If you require additional information or would like to apply through an alternative medium please get in touch via