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Communications Producer, D6: Culture in Transit

  • 25th October 2021
  • North East
  • Part time
  • Paid (£25k-30k pro rata)
  • visual arts
  • Matt Denham


D6: Culture in Transit is seeking an energetic and values driven professional to join our team in an exciting new role as Communications Producer.

​If you have a passion for the visual arts and culture, and are driven by collaboration across international and intercultural platforms and opportunities to build community connecting diverse audiences, we welcome your application for this role.

Contract: Fixed term until February 2025
Hours: 22.5 hours per week
Salary: £25.5k pro rata (£15,300 per annum)
Location: Newcastle-upon-Tyne


This role will support our mission to produce collaborative projects that challenge polarising cultural narratives, produce exceptional art, and contribute to social resilience and environmental consciousness. In line with our core values, the Communications Producer will lead all areas of communications and marketing, working on the development of a Communications Strategy and Schedule, and the design and delivery of communications in response to global issues that drive our work through to impactful storytelling about our programmes with our audiences.

They will be centrally tasked in developing a strong, engaging and informed voice for D6’s practice, developing a new website and invigorating our social media platforms with rich and engaging content in response to our programme and wider cultural practice, policy and global responsibilities.

The Communications Producer will have the ability to build and sustain relationships through an evolving network, coordinating shared communications with partners and sensitive responses to issues and themes of relevance.


We are visual arts producers with a rooted local presence and established international reach. Our work is co-produced with artists and focused on societal issues that concern and connect us. Through artistic exchange and commissions, we draw threads between communities of difference and explore international common ground with partners across continents. 

We are committed to fairness, equality, and equity, and have a human centred approach which values, respects, listens, and treats with dignity and compassion all staff, participants, volunteers, and practitioners.

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