Wednesday, 17 December 2014
Tuesday, 16 December 2014
Pay: £10,000 fee (22k pro rata)
Deadline: 5pm, Monday 29th December
Interviews: 12 January, Bristol
Extraordinary Bodies, the UK’s first integrated circus company showcasing disabled and non-disabled performers, has secured funding to tour the uplifting showWeightingacross the UK in 2015.
The cast includes 9 extraordinary performers who take to the air in a joyful exploration of equilibrium and balance, of departures, journeys and of risk-taking and transformation. Weighting’s breath-taking soundtrack is created by Dom Coyote (Kneehigh, BAC) and Ted Barnes (Beth Orton), and performed live by the band, the cast, and a local massed choir.
Extraordinary Bodies has also recently been awarded the top Clore Prize to offer an extended arts and community participation, leadership and training programme during the national tour.
We are seeking an experienced and dynamic Participation Producer to lead on all aspects of the community choir participation programme and support other aspects of Weighting engagement activity. You will have experience of producing creative projects including financial management, monitoring and evaluation, partnership development and working with creative teams. To access Job Description and Person Specification go to Diverse City Website
To apply please send by email firstname.lastname@example.org a copy of your current CV (max 2 pages) including names and addresses of two referees, a short personal statement saying why you wish to put yourself forwards for this role (referring to the person specification) and a 2 min camera phone presentation where you answer the question “How would you set about theWeightingengagement work in a city?”
We are offering a £10,000 fee (approx. £22,000 pro rata) for 9 months fixed term freelance
If you would like the Job Description and Person Specification in another format, by post or need further information please contact the Extraordinary Bodies team on 07952619763 or email@example.com
Thursday, 11 December 2014
Wednesday, 10 December 2014
Part time: 15 hours per week over 4 or 5 days.
Pay: £19k pro rata
Deadline for applications: 5pm, Wednesday 17th December 2014
Contacting shortlisted applicants: w/c 5th January 2015
Interview: w/c 12th January 2015
Luke Jerram's multidisciplinary arts practice involves the creation of sculptures, installations
and live arts projects. Based in Bristol, but working both nationally and internationally for over
15 years Jerram has created a number of extraordinary art projects which have excited and
inspired people around the globe. www.lukejerram.com
Responsible to: Luke Jerram
How to apply: Email CV and covering letter (no more than 2 sides A4) as pdf attachments to
firstname.lastname@example.org or by post:Luke Jerram, Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX
For more information about the role and a full job description go here.
Pay: 10-15k pro rata
Deadline: 9am, Monday 15th November
Interviews: 17th and 18th December
ICIA produces an ambitious programme of visual arts and performance, as well as a full participatory programme of artist talks, seminars and workshops. ICIA’s interdisciplinary emphasis sees it working not only across art-forms but also with other academic departments of the University of Bath. Our programme attracts students, University staff, and a much wider constituency of audiences across Bath and beyond.
As we work towards the opening of the new Centre for the Arts on campus in February 2015, we are looking for a team of Gallery Invigilators to ensure the safety of the artworks and provide excellent customer service to all visitors.
Working hours will vary and Gallery Invigilators may be offered work on any day of the week (including Saturdays, Sundays and evenings). The services provided to the Gallery are on a casual basis for an hourly rate.
Further details and complete job description:www.bath.ac.uk/icia/aboutus/jobs
To apply, please send a CV and covering letter (explaining why you would like the job and how your skills and experience meet the person specification) to ICIAinfo@bath.ac.uk
You will need to be able to attend one of the interview days stated below. We are unable to interview on any other day.
Zahid Fayyaz Photography are an experienced team of Photographers & Cinematographers specialising in Weddings and Events. We have a busy 2015 coming up and we are currently looking for Intern Photographers/Assistants to join us for 2015. We are looking for creative, driven and passionate individuals to join our team. You will shadow an experienced Photographers/Videographers and will learn a lot.
What you gain: You will have the chance to shoot and gain valuable experience. We nurture your talent and will help you get to a stage where you are able to set up and do weddings yourself. 2014's interns now have bookings of their own for 2015 and have started their careers as Freelance Photographers.
We cover the whole of the UK, so you will be expected to travel.
Please send a link to your website or a portfolio over via email here.
Monday, 8 December 2014
Pay: 15-20k pro rata
Deadline: Monday 15th December 2014
Contact: Tobi Poster email@example.com
Wattle & Daub Figure Theatre is a Bristol-based puppetry and visual theatre company comprised of Co-Artistic Directors Laura Purcell Gates and Tobi Poster. Our current project in development, The Depraved Appetite of Tarrare the Freak, is a chamber opera for puppets which is supported by the Wellcome Trust, Arts Council England, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol Ferment at Bristol Old Vic, and Theatre Bristol, and was short-listed for the 2013 Flourish new opera competition.
We are looking for a producer to join the WDFT team to produce Tarrare and work with us closely to develop the company at this exciting stage of its journey. The role will include a wide range of responsibilities from basic administration to working with us to develop a strategy for the company. This is a paid part-time role, with its precise scope to be worked out in conversation with the right person.
For more information please download the job specification from our website: http://www.wattleanddaub.co.uk/jobs