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Chichester University Music Department joins the TCHI

February 7, 2012

Exciting News and a Milestone for the TCHI!

Chichester University Music Department has become the latest member of the TCHI and our first independent partner.

The plan is that they will accept TCHIs for entry to many of their excellent and high quality productions. When the September edition of their What’s On  programme is published it will indicate which events can be paid for using TCHIs, and it will be possible to book seats online too.

To get a flavour of what’s on offer you can browse their current programme by clicking on the image. 

In the meantime the Music Department are offering the chance to earn TCHIs through assisting them with key tasks in the build-up to productions. We will email all Transition Chichester members specific requests in good time before each production, but to whet your appetite, here are some of the kinds of tasks that they often require:

  • Pattern cutting for costumes
  • Costume making
  • Costume alterations and repairs
  • Prop Making
  • Set building (Carpentry)
  • Scene painting (including simple priming/one colour painting)
  • Moving set, props, costumes from one location to another
  • Distributing flyers and posters
  • Photography

These productions will provide an ideal opportunity to get involved, develop your skills in a cooperative context and earn TCHIs. What’s more this is one of our level 3 developments – meaning non-TCHI-members will be able to participate in earning and spending TCHIs outside the circle of the private membership.

In fact one of our members, CW3, has already earned TCHIs providing a photography session for Chichester University Music Department – the result of which was used for the upcoming Marriage of Figaro poster shown above!

  • To learn more about TCHI partnerships visit our new Partnerships page.
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