Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Male Dancer Required - Mean Feet Dance

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Pay: £250 for 2.5 days
Deadline: Monday 29th September
An opportunity for a mature male contemporary dancer to get involved in I am Joan right at the beginning of the R&D process. You will be skilled in partnering/contact work. This opportunity is open to all but we welcome applications from dancers with lived experience of mental health issues. Whatever your experience, a willingness to take part in conversations about mental health issues, access and inclusion is essential.
You will be contracted for 2.5 days in October consisting of 2 days rehearsing/devising in Glastonbury and 0.5 days sharing in Bristol
The rehearsal dates  are negotiable. The fee is £250 inclusive of all expenses.
For more information and to apply go here.

Monday, 15 September 2014

Call Out to Illustrators - Paper Gallery, Bristol

At the moment we are excited to be accepting illustrator’s submissions to be a part of a group show for three weeks at PAPER Gallery. The focus of the exhibition is to represent innovative contemporary illustration in Bristol. We welcome all mediums of illustration. Exhibitors can sell prints, cards and more in the gallery shop (no invigilation needed). While there is also the opportunity to participate in a collaborative drawing and to enter a competition with the chance to win art supplies. PAPER Arts is an artistic hub aimed at promoting the work of local artists and helping talented people make a living through being creative. EXHIBITION DATES: 7th – 27th October 2014 SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Please email: with a link to your website / blog and approximately 3 jpeg images of your work under 1MB each. Deadline for submissions: 23rd September. RATES: PAPER is a non-for-profit company. We ask for a small fee of £10 from exhibiting artists. When pricing your work please take into account 40% commission on sales which goes towards covering costs of the gallery, any surplus from trading goes towards providing training for long term unemployed young people, to help develop their creative careers. PAPER is located in Broad mead (next to Co-LAB). 51-53 Merchant Street, BS1 3EE

Artist in Residence 5x5x5=Creativity

5x5x5 = Creativity

Bristol early years research pilot to with 5x5x5=creativity 2014-5
Call for artists
Part Time
Pay: 25-30k Pro Rata
Deadline: Wednesday 17th September
Contact: Penny Hay (

An action research project for the families of young children (Two Year Olds) years) to improve outcomes, reduce disadvantage and raise aspiration.
Key themes include:
  • Documenting family heritage/narrative as a celebration of family culture
  • Building community aspiration and confidence in life-long and life-wide learning
  • Developing a range of possible creative opportunities (dance, drama, music, sculpture, photography or painting etc) to represent, produce, communicate and express key ideas.
The approach will follow the principles and practice inspired by the work of the Reggio Emilia preschools:
  • Artists, Educators and Family Support Leaders will collaborate in engaging with participating families’ explorations of their cultural and community heritage, and will focus on supporting the development of creative representation of the emerging research
  • The artist will be a creative enabler, who will assist the educators and family support leaders in the development of their ongoing, creative learning environments and possibilities
  • Representation, or ‘creation’, will be approached as a tool for deeper comprehension, or exchange of ideas, rather than as an ultimate goal
  • The work with the families will be supported by evaluation and reflective processes
  • Opportunities for working in partnership with cultural centres will be explored.
Applications are invited from artists to work in Children’s Centres in the three different geographical and demographic areas of the city, who offer integrated early education, health and Family Support Services.
Selection of artists will be made on the basis of:
  • The commitment to developing community cohesion through a creative, reflective approach that is both celebratory and empowering 
  • A proven track record in leading or facilitating collaborations with educators to facilitate positive change
  • Evidence of a purposeful approach to supporting local families that recognises and celebrates difference and can demonstrate the difference made
  • A principled approach that values and respects the uniqueness of family culture and heritage
  • A commitment to full participation in the pilot, including attendance at introductory and ongoing professional development events
  • A spirit of adventure.

Thursday, 11 September 2014

Kit Room Assistant/Camera Crew Coordinator

2000 Television

A full time opportunity has arisen for a Kit Room Assistant / Camera Crew Coordinator to start as soon as possible at 2000 Television.

The person will be responsible for preparing and checking broadcast camera kits and must be able to react promptly to either urgent or pre planned camera crew assignments. The person must hold excellent communication and organizational skills. You will be responsible for liaising with both clients & camera crews to fulfil the filming requirements of any pre planned or breaking assignment that may arise. The suitable candidate must have an interest in camera equipment and the broadcast industry. Camera equipment / industry experience preferred although not essential. Full training will be provided for an initial trial period. Must have driving license. 

For more information and expressing interest please contact the office on 01179 147333

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Call for Artists/Dancers/Performers

 >>10 artists/dancers/performers are needed to join the Cult of the RAMM:∑LL:Z∑∑. 
You'll be recreating and wearing the classic Cultist costumes circa 2K12, for performances at upcoming shows including SPILL Festival of PerformanceBristol Biennial and Saatchi Gallery in the UK (September/October) as well as Gallery Joey Ramone as part of International Film Festival Rotterdam (December/January). 
You will be required to learn loosely synchronised chants and body motions to be enacted during the ritual performances. There will be a number of costume preperation and rehearsal sessions leading up to the scheduled shows, the dates of the sessions will be flexible based on availability of participants.
The Cult is constantly expanding and evolving. The requirements for the upcoming shows are specific, defined roles. All 10 performers taking part will have the opportunity to work with the Cult in future performances. The Cult have an extensive history of involvement in large scale exhibitions and events across Europe —including performances and screenings at Modern Art Oxford (Open File 4, Sounding, in conjunction with Barbara Kruger exhibition),  the Barbican Centre London (Hack the Barbican 2K13), and New Art Gallery Walsall (The Hecklers, in conjunction withDamien Hirst exhibition). 2014/15 will see the Cult return to International Film Festival Rotterdam for a second time.
 If you're interested and would like to fill this role, contact:
Feel free to forward this message to anyone who may be suitable for the role.
The Cult has spoken___::~

Singing and Dancing helpers needed at 'Happy Hands and Twinkley Toes'

Do You enjoy singing and dancing with children? Do you have a couple of spare mornings/afternoons each week? Would you like to earn up to £12.50 and hour?
Immediate part time vacancies available at Happy Hands and Twinkle Toes and long term franchise opportunities in the future.
No experience necessary although a singing voice would be great- Just enthusiasm and a love of children. 
Must be CRB checked
email for more details

Monday, 8 September 2014

Creative Marketing Assistant - Videogame Publishing

Creative Marketing Assistant  - Videogame Publishing Clifton Picture 1

PQube is a publisher of Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, PC and mobile video games. We are looking for a Creative Marketing Assistant to join PQube’s Bristol team, which focuses on Marketing, PR and copy-writing for the PQube group’s numerous video game projects – ranging from niche Japanese games, racing simulations, retro game products and video game merchandise. 

This is an exciting entry-level position, within a broad role, for an applicant interested in taking a first step into the video games industry - and would be well suited to a recent graduate. 

The Creative Marketing Assistant will be required to support the creative, digital and PR and Marketing team in the delivery of creative assets. 

• Copy-writing for PQube’s numerous websites. 
• Generation of video content and images from PQube’s up-coming games. 
• Generation of unique video content and images for use on Social Media. 
• Maintaining PQube’s numerous Social Media channels and engaging directly with consumers. 
• Attendance of trade and consumer shows throughout the year. 

Applicants must be able to demonstrate; 

• Familiarity with Adobe creative suite – Photoshop, Illustrator and Premiere are essential. 
• Excellent writing ability. 
• Familiarity with all Social Media Channels - Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, YouTube. 
• Must be comfortable appearing in video content, in person. 
• Passion for and knowledge of video games past, present and future across a wide range of genres. 

You must play, read about and have a great enthusiasm for video games. 

Ideally, applicants will also have; 

• Some experience working with In-Design and After Effects. 
• Enthusiasm for Japanese popular culture - in particular, anime and manga. 
• Fluent Japanese speaker. 
• A full, clean driving licence. 

All applicants must provide; 

• Up to date CV and covering letter. 
• No more than 100 words about your favourite video game in the body of your email application.
• Photoshopped image of two video game characters in an unusual real-world situation. Provide as a jpeg no larger than 500kb

Apply via Gumtree here.