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Announcements / Two artist team, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
« Last post by Showspace Admin on June 06, 2016, 12:10:38 pm »
Two Artist Team / Arts Company

 Total Fee: £9,000

We invite a joint application from an established artist team or arts company. The artists will work with families as part ofLearning Together, a fascinating three year action research programme funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, which aims to enrich, inform and help develop the existing YSP family programme.

 The successful applicants will assist the Head of Learning and Family Learning Coordinator in developing a programme of activity based family research days alongside developing resources to engage family audiences.

 These are exciting opportunities for committed and experienced artists to work together to help investigate and build relationships with intergenerational participants at YSP.

For an application pack, please see our website www.ysp.co.uk/jobs or contact Emma Spencer, Family Learning Coordinator on 01924 832535 or email: emma.spencer@ysp.co.uk

 Closing date for applications 23 March 2015

 Yorkshire Sculpture Park values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
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Announcements / Topic: Classical Dance Teacher, Amplify Talent UK
« Last post by Showspace Admin on June 06, 2016, 12:09:35 pm »
Amplify Talent UK is a West Midlands based performing arts coaching company.  Our studio is based in Aldridge, Walsall and we have a wonderful team of instructors covering a diverse spectrum of performing arts. We have a 100% exam pass rate and some of our students have secured casting management agents, as well as leading roles in local productions and short films.  Classes at our studio fall in line with school term time.

We are looking for a classical dance teacher to join our faculty from September 2016, for initially 4 hours per week (£240-£300 per month).  The role involves teaching junior and senior students aged 7+ on Saturday afternoons to prepare them for IDTA examinations and public shows:

2-2:30 pm Tap (Primary IDTA syllabus)

2:30 - 3 pm Ballet (Primary IDTA syllabus)

3-4 pm Ballet (Grade 2 IDTA syllabus)

5-6 pm Tap (Grade 2 IDTA syllabus)

*Experience coaching gymnastics would be advantageous, enabling the candidate to also lead our 4-5 pm gymnastics session assisted by an ex Great British gymnast*

Additional hours are available across holiday clubs, school workshops, instructor cover and reception.  All of our instructors are freelancers paid on a weekly basis, taking responsibility for their own tax and national insurance.

artsjobs ref 175596

hello@amplifytalent.co.uk
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Deep Diving Ensemble & Fragen Theatre Company

Call for a Charismatic Male Actor

Call for a charismatic actor of any ethnicity or background, who relishes playing strong/arrogant characters. Playing age 28-40, for a central role in a new play performing at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016:

5 Out of 10 Men

 Up to 80% of all suicides in the UK are male; nearly 50% of men who die under the age of 45 die by their own hand.

This is a show concerning the 21st Century crisis of masculinity and modern rites of passage through a physical ensemble. Our aim is to create an open, playful space for audience and actors to meet, witness and explore. This piece will delve into discussion of the gendered roles of men, identity and change and will not shy away from the complexities of what that means in a modern world.

Deep Diving Men are an ethical, ensemble-based theatre company that call for creativity, bravery and excellent team-working skills.

Rehearsals will fuse text with a workshop approach to inspire a multi-layered piece that pushes the ensemble to the physical, mental and emotional limits.

We are looking for an actor who:

    Can be versatile and contribute to the rehearsal process.

    Engage passionately with the themes.

    Have a strong sense of play.

    Have some previous experience or training in physically focused work.

We will be holding auditions during the week beginning Monday 13th June in London. If this work calls to you, please don't hesitate to get in touch with your CV and a short paragraph about why this interests you as both a performer and a male.

Email Roland at fragentheatrecompany@gmail.com or Duncan at duncan@deepdivingmen.com

If you would like more information, please have a look at the Deep Diving Men website: http://www.deepdivingmen.com/
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BE FESTIVAL is a Birmingham-based arts organisation dedicated to bringing high quality European theatre and dance to audiences all around the UK, and offering valuable and innovative development opportunities to artists and young people.

Have you ever wanted to be HAMLET?

BE are looking for any men, willing to be on stage in the performance “Hamlet” by the Italian company Collettivo Cinetico, on the 23rd of June 2016. The performance will take place at The Birmingham Repertory Theatre, as part of BE FESTIVAL.

In the role you will be interacting with the audience and action on stage in order to get the part of Hamlet. There are no rehearsals! Everything happens on stage and in the moment!  You will be given short extracts of text for you to learn by heart and simple tasks to prepare just a few days before the show. Professional experience or theatre training is not required.

Your participation will be remunerated and there is an additional prize for the winner!

For more information write to miguel@befestival.org with the email subject HAMLET CINETICO.

Once you express your intention to participate, you will receive the handbook that will hold all the useful information in order to be (or not to be) Hamlet. Then you can still decide if you want to participate or not. If you want to particpcate you will need to scompete and return the forms sent to you.  We will then let you know if you have been selected for the performance.
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Make Your Mark is the arts and health programme for Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
 
Please follow this link to see a film about Make Your Mark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Sj-vzwg5rY
 
We are inviting applications from artists working with graffiti/street art for a commission at Langley Green Hospital, an acute adult mental health hospital in Crawley, West Sussex.   Our project is focused on the hospital gardens which include a number of metal fencing panels that we would like to transform through a participatory art project involving our patients and staff.
 
 
The successful artist will offer both excellence in their art form, as well as a proven track record in socially engaged and participatory arts practice.  You will need excellent communication skills and experience of running workshops with vulnerable adults.  The commission will involve working with project participants to develop design ideas appropriate for the setting.  You will also be responsible for production and installation of the final design on time and within budget.
 
Commission fee £2,300 inclusive for all stages of the project including travel, planning, delivery, design, installation and evaluation.  A separate materials budget is available.
 
To apply please send current CV (including contact details for 2 references), a link to images of recent art work and a statement (500 words max) outlining why you are interested in the project and what you would bring to the commission.
 
Please send applications to makeyourmark@sussexpartnership.nhs.uk
 
Closing date for applications Thursday 16th June
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Announcements / Project Co-ordinator (Freelance), Kids in Museums
« Last post by Showspace Admin on June 06, 2016, 09:53:18 am »
Kids in Museums is seeking a freelance Project Coordinator to work in North Wales on their projects including Takeover Day – a day on which children and young people are given meaningful roles within museums.

It is anticipated that the person in the role will work flexibly with hours and days worked responding to the needs of the project as appropriate. There is an expectation that the contract holder will dedicate a minimum of 20 days to the delivery of this work across the duration of the contract.

In accordance with the conditions of our funding and the aims of the project we are seeking someone who is fluent in English and Welsh.

If you want to contribute to the work of a growing charity and have substantial project coordination experience, then please send your CV, a complete Equal Opportunities Form and a covering letter that explains how you meet the Person Specificationto admin@kidsinmuseums.org.uk by 9am on Monday 13th June 2016. Please state your level of Welsh within your covering letter.

Role Description

Equal Opportunities Form

We will be holding interviews on Friday 17th June in Wrexham.

This post has been funded by investment from the Welsh Government.
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The Strings Club is an award-winning music education provider for children age 4-11. Based across Birmingham and London, our Ofsted-registered summer holiday camps are set to be as popular as ever with a range of music lessons, activities and workshops on offer.

We are looking for energetic and enthusiastic workshop leaders to lead dynamic, lively and unique workshops at our award-winning Holiday Camps in Birmingham this summer holidays.

Based at the beautoful Blue Coat School, Harborne, our ideal workshops are themed around music/performing arts/sport/drama/dance and should be fun well-planned and truly unique. Each afternoon workshop session is 45 mins - however if it's something amazing, you're welcome to present a 90 mins workshop.

Pay: £25-£50 per workshop.

If you have a workshop idea and would like to present it at one of our Holiday Camps, please get in touch soon!

The Strings Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

To apply, send us your CV along with a brief description of a workshop you think we'd love to – jobs@thestringsclub.org
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Announcements / Exhibition Assistant, South West Heritage Trust
« Last post by Showspace Admin on June 06, 2016, 09:50:13 am »
We are seeking an organised and skilled technician to support the Somerset Rural Life Museum Re-development Project and key heritage projects run by the South West Heritage Trust.

The Somerset Rural Life Museum, Glastonbury, is undergoing a £2.3 million re-development which is due to be completed in the spring of 2017. The project will create new learning and visitor facilities and refurbish the gallery displays throughout the site.

With previous work experience and skills in wood and metal work you will assist with the design and construction of permanent and temporary exhibitions including creative displays, object mounting and lighting for the South West Heritage Trust museums including the re-development of the Somerset Rural Life Museum.

The South West Heritage Trust is a charity which delivers a broad range of heritage services across Somerset and Devon. We are a growing organisation, founded on services that were previously delivered by Somerset and Devon County Councils. With a turnover exceeding £3 million, we manage and run three museums (including the Museum of Somerset), 2 Archives and Local Studies services and look after the historic environment in Somerset.

The job will be based at the Somerset Heritage Centre in Norton Fitzwarren, Taunton but the ability to travel across the County will be necessary.

For further details and an application form, please visit the job page on our website: http://www.swheritage.org.uk/#!vacancies/cggo

Please note that CVs are not accepted for this position.

Salary: £18,655 per annum

Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week

Closing date: 5pm, Friday 1 July 2016

Proposed interview date: Tuesday 19 July 2016
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Announcements / Arts Fundraiser, Room One
« Last post by Showspace Admin on June 06, 2016, 09:49:15 am »
Arts Fundraiser

Room One is a group of creative companies that produces work spanning the screen, stage, art and technology. A Clerkenwell based, multi-disciplinary company, we are looking for an Arts Fundraiser to join our expanding team.

This role will be an opportunity to raise significant funds for our artistic projects. Their success will depend on your ability to secure income from external sources. You will be an experienced fundraiser, with proven success in devising, developing and delivering creative fundraising strategies across a wide range of disciplines.

We are seeking a highly motivated, target driven individual who has solid marketing and communications experience, an understanding of how fundraising and marketing inter-relate and a forward thinking nature that echoes our company ethos alongside excellent relationship management skills.

Responsibilities

-       Identify and liaise with individual donors

-       manage special events throughout the year

-       develop and monitor sponsorship paths

-       take an active role in the development of the company

-       identify and solicit event and project sponsorships

-       develop and build relationships with businesses

There will be commission on the funds raised.

Please send your CV and Cover Letter to melissa@roomone.com.

artsjobs ref 175448
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The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) is looking to appoint someone to the new paid position of folk musician to play live music to accompany this well-established weekly English social folk dance class.

Folk Musician (English Country Dancing) - freelance

Fee: £27 per hour

Summary Job Purpose: EFDSS are recruiting for a folk musician to play live music to accompany this well-established weekly English social folk dance class, and guide volunteer musicians who participate as members of a class ‘band’.

How to apply: Interested applicants should view the job description (downloadable from www.efdss.org) and send a covering email, up-to-date CV and equal opportunities form to Rosie Baker at recruitment@efdss.org.

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 21 June at 9am. Interviews and auditions will be held at Cecil Sharp House in late June / early July (tbc).

artsjobs ref 175469
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