house: Opportunities

Marketing Coordinator, Revelation – d/l 6 April 2017

Revelation are seeking a dynamic, passionate, effective and flexible Marketing Coordinator to join our small team! Revelation is a unique arts venue in which Ashford’s growing community come together and experience high quality performance and exhibition. You will play a vital role in helping Revelation to deliver effective marketing and communications and meet our sales targets.

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Drama Facilitators and Assistants, The Watermill Theatre – d/l 10 April 2017

The Watermill Theatre are currently looking for freelance drama facilitators and assistants to support the delivery of their expanding Outreach programme. As our access opportunities continue to grow, we're particularly interested to hear from practitioners who have experience of working with people with additional needs including young people with autism, young people or adults with mental health illnesses and adults with learning disabilities.

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Fundraising Assistant, De La Warr Pavilion – d/l 3 April 2017

The De La Warr Pavilion is seeking an energetic, well-organised Fundraising Assistant to help DLWP’s Fundraiser with our fundraising strategy and develop philanthropic income through our Members and Patrons Scheme. Strong writing, communication, IT and time management skills are essential and previous experience in a fundraising environment desirable.

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Marketing & Communications Manager, Ambassador Theatre Group (Woking) – d/l 10 April 2017

The Ambassadors, Woking opened in 1992 and fast established itself as one of the foremost theatres in the South East. Today it continues to be one of Surrey's first choice and preferred entertainment venues, comprising two theatres and a six-screen cinema complex.

As part of a dynamic and highly respected marketing team, we are seeking to appoint a Marketing & Communications Manager who will report directly to the Senior Sales & Marketing Manager. We require a proactive and creative individual to be responsible for implementing effective marketing and communications campaigns, through liaison with the media and audiences, to establish the venue as the primary regional entertainment venue.

The marketing team is crucial to the success of ATG's future ambitious vision. It is a key role in a small but critical team.

Ideally you will have experience of marketing within an arts environment will be looking for a first role in management. The successful applicant will be an exceptional team player with enthusiasm, exceptional attention to detail and a commitment to developing a career in the arts industry.

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Artistic Director, Candoco – d/l 21 April 2017

We are seeking an exceptional and experienced individual who will provide artistic leadership for Candoco in accordance with our vision to produce creatively ambitious and high-quality contemporary dance. They will work in partnership with the Executive Director to achieve the artistic and strategic objectives of the Company and enhance our reputation as the world’s leading company of disabled and non-disabled dancers.

Applicants with either direct experience or the potential to fulfil this role are welcome, as we recognise the value of transferable skills from applicants with a strong track record as a dancer, producer or choreographer who have demonstrated a capacity for leadership. The Artistic Director is someone who will be able to continue Candoco’s pioneering and inspirational vision, have a curiosity in exploring different ways of working, and enable performers, artists, choreographers and participants associated with the company to realise their full potential. They will act as Candoco’s ambassador to a wide diversity of audiences, championing the Company’s unique approach to dance and ensuring that our bold and exciting commissioning strategy and programme of work is secured into the future.

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Marketing & Communications Manager, Activate – d/l 13 April 2017

We are looking for an arts marketing professional who is eager to help us develop our audience for performance. We are a dynamic producing and development organisation with a biennial festival of outdoor arts, Inside Out Dorset, enjoyed by thousands of people – and we want to inspire more people to get involved.

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Trainee, Unlimited Impact – d/l 24 April 2017

Unlimited Impact, funded by Spirit of 2012, is a commissioning opportunity for emerging disabled artists working across any art form. It is part of the Unlimited commissioning programme, which is co-delivered by Shape Arts and Artsadmin: www.weareunlimited.org.uk

This is a twelve-month contract at an exciting and busy time in the Unlimited Impact programme calendar. The Traineeship encompasses a number of roles, assisting a range of projects across many art forms, from marketing to event management and project evaluation. This post is ideal for someone looking to develop a career in the arts sector.

Shape is committed to equality and diversity in employment and all aspects of its programme and operation. This opportunity is ring-fenced for a disabled applicant who meets the person specification.

Previous trainees and interns have shared their experiences of working with Unlimited through some blogs and videos - click here to see Simon Overington-Hickford's reflect on his Unlimited traineeship.

This is a full time, paid position, starting June 2017.

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Intercultural Theatre Training Laboratory – 22-28 April 2017

Be part of the next Intercultural Theatre Training Laboratory with Border Crossings and partners from across Europe!

A week long programme led by professional practitioners with up to 30 year’s experience
Practical hands on workshops and live demonstrations
A carefully structured course that enables participants to generate material and methodologies in response to the city in which the course takes place
A comprehensive overview of the benefits of intercultural practice within cultural and social / community engagement approaches
The opportunity to engage with peers on key cultural and social issues affecting the EU, the UK and the world.

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Edinburgh Lab (10 week course) – 13 May – 8 July 2017

TAKING A SHOW UP TO THE FRINGE? WANT TO DEVELOP AND CRAFT YOUR SHOW WITH THEATRE AND COMEDY PROFESSIONALS?

Course 13 May-8 July with a performance on 22 July.

Working alongside our Comedy Associate, with guest artists popping in over the term and dramaturgy with our Artistic Team, this programme is designed to help artists develop their work in the run up to Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017. Whether you’re working on a solo show, a piece of writing, a comedy sketch or stand up routine, we’re here to help. Want to know more about press releases, producing, marketing, previews and re-drafting your work, look no further.

Previous guests include:
Bec Hill, Underbelly, Kelly Fogarty, Richard Gadd, Sam Simmons

Thinking of applying? Why not come to our Comedy Lab sharings on Sat 18 March to see what it’s all about, tickets available soon.

Edinburgh Plus runs as a 10 week course (May-July). We ask that participants commit to attending all 10 weeks.

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Battersea Arts Centre: Call for Artists – d/l 3 April 2017

Freshly Scratched is an open platform for emerging artists to try out new ideas, in an early stage of development, in front of an audience.

We are interested in artists that push boundaries, who want to reach out to people who would not otherwise go to art centres, and we are interested in work that looks and feels new. Each idea can last anything up to ten minutes, and we usually programme six or seven pieces alongside each other, creating an evening of rough and ready flashes of inspiration.

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Technician (Art), Warwick Arts Centre – d/l 31 March 2017

Warwick Arts Centre is looking to recruit an experienced technician to work in our Mead Gallery to assist with the management of a high profile gallery and the development of an international programme of exhibitions and events.

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International Youth Arts Festival, Kingston

Now in it’s ninth year, the UK’s biggest open access multi-arts festival for performers aged under 27 features some of the best new work from talented rising stars from around the world.
The 10-day festival hosts around 200 events, including performances at Kingston’s famous Rose Theatre, ACT Theatre, and Market Square with free live music outdoor stage.
Events include: theatre, dance, comedy, music, visual art, spoken word, carnival procession, workshops, exhibitions and record fair.
Applications for 2017 are now closed. But highlights will include critically-acclaimed comedy blockbuster Police Cops, award-winning Young Folk musicians’ showcase, London Russian Ballet School and a multitude of quirky acts stopping off on the way to Edinburgh Fringe.
A £30 'Friends' wristband gives new drama enthusiasts 50% off up to 20 shows, as well as substantial food, bar and merchandise discounts. Email marketing@iyafestival.org.uk for info.

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Innovators and Visionaries wanted for StartEast – d/l April 2017

StartEast is seeking exciting, dynamic leaders and change-makers to help ‘build the cultural economy’ and make a significant impact to creative enterprise across Norfolk and Suffolk. This is an invaluable opportunity for creative people to thrive and to learn from those who have relevant expertise, experience and passion. We think this could be you!

We are looking for INNOVATORS and VISIONARIES in the creative and cultural sector who can inspire, nurture and support artists and creative people planning to develop and grow a cultural business. Perhaps you have led or currently lead an Arts organisation, or you have significant experience as a Producer, Stage or Technical Manager, Writer, Festival Organiser, Musician, Arts Educator or Dance specialist. Maybe you are a leader in the field of business development with the passion and knowledge to build resilient, enterprising and sustainable business in the cultural sector. If you think this is you then we want to hear from you.

Let’s work together. Let’s make a difference and make StartEast the success we know it will be.

To apply, please visit http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:83479-2017:TEXT:EN:HTML
If you have any queries or questions regarding the tender process and/or the advisor role; please direct these via In-tend as detailed in the tender documents (see Section VI.3 of the Contract Notice).

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Stepladder Award 2017, applications now open – d/l 26 June 2017

The award is open for companies with an established track record of producing work – either as part of a fringe festival or in a London fringe theatre or regional venue.

We welcome applications from companies with an established company who have worked together for several years and have mounted a minimum of two previous shows and are committed to developing their company and practice through mounting a first full tour over the next two years.

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2017 commission, Richard Seager Annual Arts Award – d/l 01 April 2017

The Award is open to current students of specialist schools, further education colleges and universities, or those who have completed a further education course or graduated (up to Masters level) within the last 3 years.

The 2017 commission:

To design and manufacture a piece of free-standing furniture for a music room which will provide a focal point and practical storage for sheet music and music accessories. It may be made from any material or combination of materials, and should be innovative in its design, techniques employed or its use of materials. The materials used should be durable and strong, and preferably sustainably sourced or recycled.

Traditionally, music has been stored flat in drawers which contained as much music as could be easily picked up in one hand. The drawer front could incorporate a drop-down hinge to provide easy access and minimise damage to the contents. The music collection contains a mixture of individual sheets and small books, some of which is very old and fragile. The music collection is still growing, and is catalogued alphabetically by genre.

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