Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Assistant to the Managing Director - Arts 2Life


PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS ROLE IS VOLUNTARY! 

Required for immediate start! 

Arts2Life UK Ltd is seeking applications for the role of PA to the Managing Director. 

This dynamic role is open to all applicants and we are keen to seek applications for a diverse range of backgrounds. 

Arts2Life UK Ltd is a non profit Arts promotional agency based in Bristol which is designed to support the hidden Arts in the UK. 

Within this role, the post holder will undertake a range of duties including but not limited to: 

- Email and telephone correspondence 
- Taking notes at meetings
- Dealing with our recruitment process 
- Assisting with Staff reviews
- Filing 
- Letter writing 
- Funding applications
- Ensuring all Arts2Life UK Ltd documentation is current and up to date. 
- Maintaining staff records and contact information 

- Social Media Promotion (when required) 

A full role description will be sent to those who apply. 

Those considering applying for the role must:
- Be able to communicate effectively and efficiently at all levels 
- Have excellent communication skills both written and verbal 
- Be able to work to deadlines 
- Be able to work independently and as part of a team 
- Able to use initiative 
- Be able to commit 10hrs a week (flexible) 

HOW TO APPLY: 
Email us via Gumtree with your CV and cover letter stating how you meet the requirements for the role. 

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 
Friday 17th June 2016


We wish you the best with your application and look forward to hearing from you.

Edit Assistant/Content Editor Internship - Recording Earth



Recording Earth are looking for an edit assistant / content editor intern (expenses paid) during the month of June to work on a documentary series about Indian classical music.

You will be working with Recording Earth, a video production company that produces films and media for organizations and other companies. We specialise in documentaries, dramas and campaign films, often working all over the world.

We’re looking for someone to help us create short edits for social media from content captured in India, as well as edit performances from Indian classical musicians, producing seamless videos from multi-camera recordings.

You should have some experience with editing in Premiere Pro CC, understand different formats for social media. This internship will be especially interesting for those interested in world music and Indian culture.

The placement is at our studio in Bristol where you will have access to our 4K edit suite as well as working around other video professionals and creatives.


Contact: olly@recordingearth.com

Monday, 23 May 2016

Fin Fighters UK - Logo Design Competition

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"Fin Fighters UK are running a logo-design competition for our new Shark festival! The only requirements are the words 'Shark Fest 2016' and any entries should be submitted by June 14th to info@finfighters.org

Friday, 20 May 2016

Call for Actor/Actresses 'Alan' Student Feature Film

Fee: Voluntary
Contact Sam Toller (st14727@my.bristol.ac.uk)
I'm planning to shoot a feature film on a shoestring budget over the summer. 'Alan' follows the title character, a 17 year old who feels like he's reached the peak of his life - a stunning girlfriend, great grades, the potential to go to Oxbridge and published writing - but now it's all falling apart around him. A coming of age film in the vein of Woody Allen, with a young yet weary protagonist whose niavety and idiocy seem to outgrow his intelligence and sensitivity. 
I plan to shoot in Bristol and London, mainly during June but also other times. The film focuses on the younger characters, but I will need a handful of older actors to play the adult roles, of which there are four or five. This is unpaid, as it is a passion project and anyone working on the film will be doing so out of a desire to put a great film together. For examples of my work, please visit vimeo.com/samtoller
If you have a playing age of over thirty (preferably over forty) and are interested in being cast in one of the roles (including a suave yet antagonistic proffessor, a comedic driving instructor, a realistic and pragmatic mother and an irritatingly proud dad) please send me a resume, headshot and any links you deem appropriate, and I will send over a script extract for you to read and record! 
Please feel free to ask any questions! I am also keen to get BAME performers involved in some of these roles, although dont let this put you off - I am very open to new portrayals of the characters I have written - I just want to see what people can do!

Monday, 16 May 2016

Call for Volunteers - The Bristol Shakespeare Festival



CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
The Bristol Shakespeare Festival is a volunteer run organisation, playing host to some of the UK’s most impressive touring theatre companies every July. The Festival looks to use iconic, unusual and much loved spaces to bring Shakespeare to life in our magnificent city.  
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
The Bristol Shakespeare Festival would not be able to run without the passion and enthusiasm of its volunteers.
During the festival weeks (8th June – 29th July 2016) we have ten touring theatre companies descending upon Bristol. With over fifty performances, we are looking for a dedicated team of festival volunteers to help these events run smoothly.
Roles will include: ushering audience members, taking and checking tickets, collecting on-the-door payment, acting as a point of contact for audience members, helping to ensure smooth-running of performances, responding to queries and working with the volunteer manager to maintain a safe environment for all attendees.
All volunteers are able to watch performances for free.
A training session will be scheduled prior to festival start date. The festival manager will liaise with all volunteers to determine date availability.
CRB/DBS certificates, first aid training and previous experience in similar roles would be useful, but are not a requirement. We are looking for people who want to experience the festival as part of our team – so enthusiasm, a love for working with the general public and a passion for festival-theatre is all we need.
If you’d like to be involved, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Volunteer Manager to express your interest:
Fabi Melegari - volunteers@bristolshakespeare.org.uk

We look forward to hearing from you!

The Bristol Shakespeare Festival Team

Production and Operations Intern Opportunity - Puppet Place



Deadline: 4pm, Friday 27th May 2016

We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join the Puppet Place team on our pilot internship programme (unpaid). The intern programme lasts for 3 months 1 day per week. Working days will be Thursdays or Fridays.

Please download the job description.
Puppet Place Production and Operations Intern
To apply please send your CV and Cover Letter to luke@puppetplace.org

Deadline to apply 4pm Friday 27th May 2016
Interviews will be held Thursday 16th June & Friday 17th June
Start date Friday 24th June 2016

Thursday, 12 May 2016

Free Letterpress workshops for artists - Bristol Set in Print


Contact: Charlotte Biszewski bristolsetinprint@gmail.com
Bristol Set In Print will be running 4 workshops over the summer months. These are aimed at those with a little experience and interest in Letterpress printing, the idea will be to have a group comprised of a mix of illustrators, artists, writers, graphic designers. There may be the possibility of some warm up workshops before these take place for those who are completely new to the practice.
These workshops will be delivered by a group of ex-printers from the letterpress print industry in Bristol. It will a chance for a unique collaboration celebrating the history of the city whilst developing a new form of print. The plan will be to create a large artwork of  a large map, showing where the old print houses once were.

There will be four workshops taking place either at Spike Print Studio or The Letterpress Colletive Each will involve a different stage of the printing processes.

21st of May- This will be an Introduction into the world of Print and the project.

We will start by looking a little bit of History into the background of the Bristol Print Industry. We will have a chance to design the final artwork, together we will create a map of Bristol, looking at where the print houses once were. 
 
11th of June- Composition.

We will begin to set the type for the project.

We will be working with a group of compositors, exploring spacing and the techniques of setting, in this informal workshop.
16th and 17th of July- Machine Minding and Finishing.
 Saturday and Sunday will be our final weekend of printing. For this stage we will work with a team of Machine Minders and NATSOPA's.

If you are interested please could write an email with the dates you can attend and:

Name:
Age:
Contact Number:
Address:

A bit about how you use letterpress in your current practice -if you don't, then a bit about why not.


A bit about what you would like to learn thro
ugh the project.