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Thanks for applying to take part in Homegrown’s Young Producer Programme.
Please answer the following questions and send your completed application form to
[email protected]
If your application is successful, you will be invited to an interview on 7, 9 or 13 December
Section A - Applicant Details
Section A is for us to ensure we are offering equal opportunities.
Phone Number:
Employment status
Please tick all the boxes below which are relevant to you.
I am currently in full time work
I am currently in part time work
I work as a freelancer
I am currently looking for work
I am in receipt of benefits
I am currently in full time education
I am in part time education
If you are studying, please list your place of study and your course
How did you hear about this project?
Equality Monitoring
Battersea Arts Centre is committed to equality of opportunity for all job applicants and
employees. In order to ensure we are meeting our aims, please answer the questions below
and return this form with your application. This information is used solely for monitoring
purposes and will not inform the selection process in accordance with the Data Protection Act
Date of Birth
Date of Birth (dd/mm/yy):
Ethnic Origin
Please tick a box from the list below which best describes the ethnic group to which you
Asian or Asian British
Black or Black British
Mixed or Dual Heritage
I do not wish to identify my ethnic group at this stage
Do you consider yourself to have a disability?
As defined by the Disability Discrimination Act, 1995, a disability is: “A physical or mental
impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on a person’s ability to carry
out normal day-to-day activities”. BAC has been awarded the “Positive About Disabled
People” symbol, and always interviews disabled applicants who have demonstrated that they
meet all essential requirements of the person specification.
If invited to take part in the project, would you have any specific needs? (Please give details).
Section B – Application Questions
Section B is for us to find out a bit more about you, so we can decide who to interview for the
project. There are no right or wrong answers- please answer them honestly and try not to
second guess what you think we want to hear. Feel free to post in links to photos, YouTube
videos etc. to help communicate your ideas.
1) Who are you, what are you into, what things interest/excite you? (150 words max)
2) Why do you want to be part of the programme? (150 words max)
3) You’re planning a night out for your friends – What would you do? Think about what it
looks like, what you can see, what you can hear etc (200 words max)
What’s your current favourite YouTube clip – What do you like about it? (50 words
Please pick three of these roles you think you’d be interested in (these options do not affect
your application):
Theatre (e.g. programming, producing, curating etc)
Events (e.g. music, spoken word, comedy etc)
Events (e.g. talks, workshops, interactive games etc)
Marketing (e.g. social media, promoting, invitations, distributions, sales etc)
Hosting (e.g. artist liaison, scheduling, welcoming, etc)