Design Pop is looking for volunteers to help out at this year’s festival
At a loose end on August 28th-30th?
Design Pop, Cork’s newest festival of food and design, has issued a call-out for volunteers to help out at the events planned across the weekend.
This year’s theme for the festival is Resilience, which will be explored through the pavilions, talks, and conversations, happening over the city. The programme features three outdoor pop-up pavilions, an Irish Design Shop, exhibitions, a furniture showcase and discussions from special guests MASER, WhyDesign founder Kim Mackenzie-Doyle, with over 16 free events planned.
“Volunteers are a vital part of the festival team.” Design Pop founder Amy McKeogh told us.
“It’s a fantastic opportunity to make new friends and learn new skills. The festival, which takes place across various venues in Cork city from Friday 28th – Sunday 30th August, requires people power for a number of positions including event stewards, and production assistants.”
All social distancing regulations will be strictly adhered to and masks must be worn.
“If you are looking for work experience with festivals and concerts, if you have been to Design Pop previously and you want to get involved in the heart of the action, or if you are just up for a fun weekend and think you’d enjoy helping out then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Yay Cork is a proud Digital Media Partner for Design Pop 2020. For a full schedule of events, check out the website here.