Two hours or more!

Peterloo Legacy Project

Cap and Dove

Cap and Dove is a travelling mini arts-centre housing; a museum, a tiny theatre and a shop. Its interior is decorated with commissions by artists inspired by the heritage of Greater Manchester. 

It was created by artist Joshua Sofaer and is a Peterloo legacy project celebrating protest, liberty, and equality, the same themes that united Greater Manchester at Peterloo over 200 years ago.

In August and September Cap and Dove will travel to ten locations where it will deliver a programme of activity. 

Further information on Cap and Dove can be found here

 

What's involved?

Volunteers are needed to act as tour guides to Cap and Dove. This role would include;

•             Interacting with the public and answering questions about the work and running schedule

•             Leading 'tours' of the work

Training and expenses will be provided and volunteers will be matched to their most local location.

Details of touring dates and locations are below.

LEIGH    7th August

ROCHDALE         14th August

TRAFFORD          21st August

BURY MARKET   4th September

BOLTON               5th September

OLDHAM             11th September

STOCKPORT        19th September

TAMESIDE           25th September

 

We are looking for a time commitment of six hours on the day (lunch and breaks provided). There will also be 4 hours of training. This training will consist of a briefing session, plus reading materials. Training will take place on the 31st July.

If you are interested in supporting this amazing project or need further information before committing, please contact Kirsty Connell on krstcnnll@gmail.com

 

Why get involved?

  • Be part of an exciting arts project
  • Contribute to and share knowledge of Manchester's political and artistic history
  • Learn new skills
  • Develop existing skills
  • Meet new people

 

How to get involved?

Step 1: Log in to your Take Part account

Step 2: Accept the challenge so we know you are taking part

Step 3: Contact Kirsty Connell on krstcnnll@gmail.com

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