British Council: Film Programme Manager (Deadline – 2nd Apr)
We have an excellent opportunity for an energetic and creative film professional to join our team for a period of 9 months maternity cover with a possible extension to 12 months.
The successful candidate will work to ensure the development, implementation and management of high-quality, strategic Film programmes which add value to the UK Film sector, meet specific regional requirements, and support the British Council’s cultural relations objectives by providing specialist expertise to British Council offices overseas.
Please follow the bit.ly link to apply and submit an application on the British Council’s job portal.
Closing date is 2nd April 2017 at 23:59pm UK time.
Posted in Image, Programmer
Gate Theatre: Associate Director (Deadline – 29th Mar)
The Gate Theatre is seeking to appoint an Associate Director to join the Gate’s small but dynamic team.
This is an exciting opportunity for an emerging theatre-maker to work alongside the Gate Theatre’s new Artistic Director, Ellen McDougall, to provide literary and programming support.
The Associate Director takes the lead on the Gate Theatre’s script reading and is tasked with seeking out exciting emerging theatre-makers to make connections with the Gate. They also deliver Gate Educate, the Gate’s learning and community engagement programme.
The Associate Director will have the opportunity to gain hands on experience of running a theatre, by gaining experience of all areas of the Gate’s work, including Production, Marketing, Development and Learning.
For more information and detail on how to apply, please visit: https://www.gatetheatre.co.uk/getting-involved/team/associate-director
This is a part-time role (3 days a week) and a 12 month contract. The closing date for applications is Wednesday 29th March at midday.
tel 020 7229 538
Young Roots: Peckham Experiment Coordinator (Deadline: 27th Mar)
The South London Gallery (SLG) is a locally, nationally and internationally recognised centre for contemporary visual art with an acclaimed and award-winning education and outreach programme.
This is an exciting time to join the SLG with an ambitious programme of exhibitions and events for the year ahead as well capital development plans for the gallery’s expansion into the grade II listed former Peckham Road Fire Station.
The gallery is seeking an exceptional Young Roots: Peckham Experiment Coordinator who will be responsible for leading and managing a programme of heritage activities for young people. The post holder will manage the SLG’s young people’s forum, the Art Assassins, as they develop their heritage research project about The Peckham Experiment, as well as providing administrative support for the Young People’s Programme at the SLG. We are particularly interested in individuals who are from backgrounds under-represented in galleries.
To find out more and apply visit: http://southlondongallery.org/page/jobs
Diverse Actions Project Manager (Deadline: 10th April)
Diverse Actions Project Manager
salary: up to £30, 000
Diverse Actions is a Live Art UK (LAUK) initiative financially assisted by Arts Council England’s Ambition for Excellence fund. Cambridge Junction is leading Diverse Actions on behalf of the 26 members of LAUK.
The Diverse Actions Project Manager will play a key role in shaping the initiative, supporting the members of LAUK as they deliver artists’ projects, and will act as an enabler of networks and information sharing.
We’re looking for a project manager with a knowledge of culturally diverse artistic practice and networks, and an understanding of Live Art.
The post is offered as a full time role based at Cambridge Junction. However, we are willing to be flexible in employment and welcome proposals for job sharing and remote working.
For more information and to download an application pack, please see: https://www.junction.co.uk/about-us/recruitment
Unintended Consequences: Jerwood/FVU Awards
Deadline 4 April
The Jerwood/FVU Awards are a major annual opportunity for moving-image artists in the first five years of their practice. The open application programme invites artists to make proposals for ambitious new works, two of which are selected each year, by a panel of experts. The selected artists will each be given a £20,000 award to create the proposed work over a 10-month period. Each recipient will also receive full production support from FVU, as well as access to the extensive moving-image facilities of University of East London, School of Arts and Digital Industries. Finished works will be exhibited at Jerwood Space, London, before touring nationally.
A distinguishing feature of the Awards is their prominent curatorial theme, which changes each year. Timely, but always future facing, this theme provides a framework that applicants are invited to respond to, lending the project a wider contemporary resonance.
Fantasy High Street: Performers Required (Deadline – 20th Mar)
Fantasy High Street is looking for creative performers to take part in our highly successful Easter Egg Trail – an outdoor performance for children taking place throughout the London Bridge area on Saturday 15 April 2017.
Performers must have professional performing experience and ideally have worked outdoors and with children before. An interest in devising, interactive performance and ensemble work is essential.
All applicants must be available for the rehearsal date on Tuesday 11 April and performance date 15 April. A fee of £230 is offered (£80 rehearsal day + £150 for the performance day).
Please note that auditions will be held on the morning of Saturday 25 March. Applicants who unavailable for the audition date should not apply.
To be considered, please send your CV and headshot to email@example.com no later than 10am Monday 20 March. Further information on the company’s work can be found at our website http://fantasyhighstreet.org.uk
Posted in Acting, Danse, Event
Grand Union: Associate Curator (Deadline: 20th Mar)
Grand Union is seeking an ambitious and creative individual to join our programming team as Associate Curator.
This is a new post giving a curator at the start of their career the opportunity to help shape our ambitious programme.
Deadline: Monday 20 March 2017
Apply here: http://www.grand-union.org.uk