teamwork essay examplessource site Mission: Since 1972 QueenSpark Books has been dedicated to gathering, preserving and making accessible Brighton & Hove’s histories. We do this through publishing oral histories or creative responses to local history, via books, e-books, exhibitions, events, websites and other projects.
go It meets monthly (on the last Wednesday of every month) at the University of Brighton. Whilst the mix of the group is constantly changing, it always includes some very skilled and knowledgeable people. We encourage new members to join in the organisational development of QueenSpark Books.
essay on gujarati dance Freelance staff: enter site John Riches (Development Director) who has 20 years experience in leading large-scale projects for award-winning community arts companies and national organisations. Since 2004 he has overseen the rejuvenation in QueenSpark’s programme, concentrating on the strategic development of the company’s profile and output, and leading new project ideas and publications.
small essays in englishthesis for history paper Sarah Hutchings (Creative and Marketing Director) who has over ten years experience in literature and reading promotion including the project management of several high profile literature schemes both national and regional. She is also the Artistic Director at City Reads, Brighton and in the past was Children’s Literature Programmer at Brighton Festival.
enterseeNicola Benge (Administrator) who is the Creative Director of the arts and heritage organisation, Strike a Light. She has worked on many creative heritage projects for organisations such as English Heritage, WRVS, Age Exchange, and Creative Partnerships.
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source site Dorothy past experience was with the research organisation, Mass Observation at the University of Sussex as it’s first archivist. She has also designed and directed the national everyday writing project and has taught and lectured nationally and internationally; her special interests are women’s diaries and life story research.
follow site Dorothy received an MBE in 1991and an honorary doctorate from the Open University in 2007; is a Fellow and Honorary Professor at the University Sussex and a Visiting Professor at the University of Brighton. She is now retired but continues to write and research. She is a Trustee of the MO Archive and a Trustee of the National Life Story at the British Library.
Opportunities and activities with QueenSpark Books
We often have projects and events taking place at QueenSpark Books which offer opportunities, support and training for new volunteers in a variety of areas, collecting and preserving Brighton and Hove’s history.
Here is one example of what volunteers can be involved with: QueenSpark volunteers interviewed the fascinating clientele attracted to the Pavilion Gardens Café. Over subsequent months more volunteers wrote up these interviews and some featured in our book Teatime Tales, alongside memories and photographs from the Sewell Family who have owned and run The Café since the 1930s.
To find out about current volunteer opportunities..
Please contact QueenSpark’s Administrator:graduate essay sample
admin [@] queensparkbooks.org.uk