Job Opportunity: Associate Producer

Job Opportunity: Associate Producer

Fee: £7,875 (£175.00 per day for 45 days)
Job type: Freelance, fixed-term, part-time contract.
Project duration: Approx 9 months from November 2021

Home Live Art is seeking an Associate Producer to be responsible for the project management and successful delivery of two ambitious artist and community development projects: New Queers on the Block (NQOTB) and Reignite.

This new freelance opportunity, reporting to the Artistic Director Katy Baird and working closely with NQOTB lead organisation Marlborough Productions is central to Home Live Art’s ongoing commitment towards providing significant and innovative artist development opportunities.

We are looking for someone who has experience of successfully producing creative projects, as well as being able to demonstrate a passion for working with LGBTQIA+ Communities. You will also possess outstanding interpersonal skills, and be adept in independent and collaborative working.

New Queers on the Block is Marlborough Productions’ artist and community development programme developed as a result of a documented need to provide better opportunity within the arts for LGBTQIA+ identifying artists and communities across England.

Reignite is a new Home Live Art artist bursary scheme supporting artists working within performance to collaborate on a creative project with freelance industry professionals.

To view the full Job Description and Person Specification, please download the Job Information Document.

Application process and interviews

  • Deadline for applications is 6pm on Tuesday 7th September
  • Interviews will be held on Friday 10th September via Zoom

Please fill in the Online Application Form

If you would prefer to send an audio or video file with your answers, email Katy on for further details on how to submit this. 

If you have any questions about the role, the wider organisation or the application process you can email


Header Image: Adam Frost performing at New Queers on the Block, Hastings
Photographer Alice Denny

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