Ollie will be working with DaDaFest and Tate Liverpool for a 12 month Creative Apprenticeship in Community Arts Management. He’ll be helping to organise and evaluate DaDaFest events, and will experience a variety of activities across all areas of our work.
Ollie said: ‘I’ve always been involved in art throughout my education, studying fine art, graphic art and product design so working with DaDaFest and the Tate is a dream come true for me. Outside of work I’m a keen photographer, slackliner and a bit of a drummer so I’m always busy with something fun. I’m really looking forward to getting stuck in with all the projects here at DaDaFest and the exciting opportunities that will be coming my way.’
DaDaFest is glad to be offering this opportunity as an alternative route for young people to work in the arts in partnership with Tate Liverpool and Liverpool Community College. We are looking forward to Ollie being on the team.