Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Performing Arts Teacher Needed - Stagecoach Bath

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Pay: £24 per hour
Deadline: 5pm, 30th November
Contact: Sandra Mayo at bath@stagecoach.co.uk
Stagecoach Bath are looking for a talented performing arts teacher to join our creative team, working for 2 hours (14.30 - 16.30) on Saturdays with our dedicated students. The successful applicant will be teaching singing and dance to our Further Stages students (14 - 18 year olds). Interviews will take place in December for a position to start in January 2015. Candidates should be qualified to degree level, or equivalent, with lots of professional performing experience. We will undertake c.r.b. checks. Please write or e-mail with a covering letter and c.v.

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Open Call: Commissions Glastonbury Festival

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Pay: 10-15k pro rata
Deadline: 7th November 2014
Contact: gacommissions@gmail.com
Glastonbury Theatre and Circus Fields are commissioning 4 new shows for Glastonbury Festival 2015. We are looking for some new experiences for our audiences that are spectacular and brave, and that work well with the creative atmosphere and scale of the festival.
We will utilise the massive infrastructure of the festival to present these shows. We will mentor the selected commissions in the planning and creation of them prior and during the festival. We will also support them to bring the show to other audiences after the festival.
The deadline is 7 November. We will short-list in the middle of November when we may contact the short-listed applicants, and will reply to all applicants as soon as possible.
· Outdoor Installation - The first is £7,000 for an outdoor interactive installation to run throughout the 4 days of the festival.
· Large Scale Circus Show - The second is £8,000 for a large scale circus show for the big top to be performed on three days of the festival. This show should have at least 5 performers, be at least 30 minutes long and contain a high skill level.
· Ground Based Circus Show - The third is £3,500 for a ground based show for three days of the festival in the circus big top and then an appearance at the Bristol Circus Festival In October 2015.
· Street Theatre/ walkabout Show - The fourth is £1,250 for a street theatre show to be performed for 3 days of the festival. 

Call for stallholders - Market at the Moon - Stokes Croft

Market at the Moon are looking for more stallholders 

Pitches cost £10, Free to charities and those who contribute to a certain role. 

If interested simply email marketatthemoon@gmail.com with details of your business. 

All must have Public Liability Insurance.

Arts Assistant - Theatre Bristol

Pay: 10-15k pro rata (Paid internship)
Deadline: Monday 3rd November 2014
Contact: Sarah Kingswell (sarah@theatrebristol.net)

Theatre Bristol is looking to appoint an Arts Assistant to benefit from on-the-job training in arts administration and producing theatre.

Theatre Bristol’s role is to work with the theatre community and others to create the best conditions for excellent live performance to be made and experienced in Bristol. We understand “theatre” in the broadest possible terms: from circus to dance to script-based plays, and everything in between.

We’re looking for a bright and enthusiastic Arts Assistant to work with our General Manager and Producing Team. This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to pursue a career in arts administration or as a Theatre Producer to gain crucial knowledge, skills, experience and contacts.

The successful candidate will work with the General Manager on company administration & finance management, event management, website management; and with the producing team on artist development and producing projects.
More details, how to apply, and an application form can be found here.
This paid internship has been created as part of the Creative Employment Programme. The Creative Employment Programme is an Arts Council England fund to support the creation of traineeships, formal apprenticeship and paid internship opportunities in England for unemployed young people wishing to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. You can find out more here.

There are certain criteria you must meet in order to be eligible to apply for a Creative Employment Programme funded internship. At the time of applying you must be aged 18 to 24 years old and you must be registered as unemployed with Jobcentre Plus.

Monday, 13 October 2014

Video Call Out for Artists of All Disciplines



offering the opportunity to reinterpret short presentations by University of Bath researchers to create collaborative video pieces that will highlight both art and science, and how they can work together to engage people in new and exciting ways.
The final outcome is to be presented as short a video piece, in the broadest possible sense of the term. Practitioners from all disciplines are welcome, we are very open to ideas.
After a presentation evening early December (date confirmed asap) at 44AD Artspace including Scientists’ & Artists talks, a screening and drinks, selected video pieces will be showcased over the following days in shop windows around Bath.
To view 17 videos of Ignite University of Bath presentations available for artistic reinterpretation go here.

Two Assistants Needed for Sound Installation in Bristol

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Two assistants needed for sound installation in Bristol
Deadline: Sunday 26th October 
I am a visual artist, vocalist and performance maker living and working in Bristol. Between 10th-16thNovember 2014 I will be making and exhibiting a voice-based sound installation at The Edwardian Cloakroom in Clifton, Bristol. This will be part of the Bristol Creative Spaces autumn programme put together by Bristol City Council.
About the venue:
About my piece:
I am looking for two people to help with invigilation and the smooth running of the exhibition and live performances. Those sharing an interest in interdisciplinary arts and artist-run events would get the most out of this experience. Applications as a pair are welcome.
The selected applicants would be needed to invigilate together between 12:30 – 20:30 on Friday the 14th November. Then one person would be needed to invigilate with me between 16:30-20:30 on Saturday the 15th, and the same on Sunday the 16th.
As this is a small scale self-funded project, I have a limited budget. I can pay a fee of £40 per person for the Friday, £20 for the Saturday, and £20 for the Sunday. 
Reliability, punctuality, a neat appearance and ease with public interaction will be important in this role.
If you are interested, please contact me by email by Sunday 26th October:

Please attach a CV and / or mention any relevant experience you have. Your thoughts on how this opportunity may benefit you or connect to your work would be welcome. If you are a practitioner, feel free to send a short paragraph and any weblinks to your work to support your application.
Many thanks for reading this post. 

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Call out for Artists and Craft Makers for Christmas Market

Having recently undergone a refurbishment at our pub,The Old Fish Market, we are looking to promote our Christmas menu this year by holding a Christmas market inside the pub itself on the 7th of November! 

For this event we would love to have local artists and craft makers come and display and possibly sell some of their work! This exhibit will be free of charge, providing you have contacted and (hopefully!) met beforehand, with our Christmas co-ordinator! 

The day should hopefully be a fun and festive event, and there will be plenty of mulled wine, mulled cider and mince pies provided! Your work does not have to be particularly festive, however little Christmas gifts you may want to promote or sell are very much welcome! 

If you are interested in participating in this event please contact us through one of the following ways- 

Contact Phoebe (Christmas Co-ordinator) via here

or call- 01179 211515 and ask to speak with either Phoebe, Leonie or Tom.