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From full time roles to part time volunteer work, our jobs and opps pages highlight some of the industry’s most sought after positions- across multiple sectors, levels of experience and business structures. Look through them today and take the first step to a new start.


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Opp: The Poster Prize for Illustration London Stories [ Open for Submissions ]

The Association of Illustrators (AOI), in partnership with London Transport Museum (LTM), is delighted to announce that submissions are now open for the Poster Prize for Illustration 2019. For more information and to submit your entry, please follow the link below >>>

Posted one month ago
By Association of Illustrators

Opp: ‘At the Fair’ [ Open Call Film Submissions ]

Art Walk Porty calls for submissions for existing, film shorts to our film project ‘At the Fair’ to be screened outdoors on Portobello Promenade as part of this year’s Art Walk Porty Arts Festival. Artists, filmmakers, animators are welcome to apply submitting work that relates to our fairground theme (such as life at the fair, fairground rides, circus, showmen, amusements, chance, days at the seaside). We welcome moving image work in genres of art film, experimental film, narrative film, video art or animations. Films will be screened without audio, so silent, visually engaging films or video with pre-existing subtitles would be preferred. Maximum length of 20 minutes. For further information and to submit your work, please contact rosy@artwalkporty.co.uk (rosy@artwalkporty.co.uk), or call 07941 710304, or follow the link below >>>

Posted 14 days ago
By Art Walk Portobello

Opp: Win a Design Scholarship for September 2018!

Shillington Education are offering half scholarships for our September 2018 full-time and part-time graphic design course in New York, London, Manchester, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. That’s right—full-time or part-time at any of our six campuses around the world! For more information on how to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 10 days ago
By Shillington Scholarships

Opp: Norwich Film Festival 2018 [ Open for Submissions ]

Want to get your short film seen, win cash and software prizes, and scoop a prestigious trophy? Make sure you submit your short film to Norwich Film Festival 2018. Now in it's 8th year, the festival is a British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) Qualifying Short Film Festival and was also chosen by The Metro as one of 'the top UK film festivals you need to know about.' Films should be no longer than 25 minutes long and must have been completed after January 2016. This year's categories include Best Short Film, Best Animation, Best Documentary, Best Student Film, One Minute Movie and the return of The East Anglian Award. Winners of each category get an £1000 cash prize. Early-bird Deadline: 11 February 2018 Regular Deadline: 24 June 2018 Late Deadline: 8 July 2018 Extended Deadline: 18 July 2018

Posted 5 months ago
By Norwich Film Festival

Opp: The John Byrne Award [Call For Entries - July ]

The JBA is a creative competition open to 16-30 year olds living in Scotland. We award one annual prize of £2,500 + a monthly prize of £250. All types of creative media are accepted - Enter now! About: This year we are looking for Scotland’s brightest creative minds to share their views on building a better society. We want to see creative work that is thought-provoking and displays a sophisticated consideration of what is important, either to you or to society. Examples of creative work you can submit include: •Visual – Paintings, Drawings, Sketches, Illustrations, Sculpture, Digital Art, Screen prints, Mixed Media, Photography, etc. •Design – Product/industrial design, fashion design, textile design, game design, UI/UX design, interior & spatial design, architectural design. •Audio – Compositions, songs, original pieces of music, audio recordings etc. •Video – Documentaries, interviews, animation, music videos, art films, short films, fashion films etc. •Writing – Journalism, Blog Posts, Poetry, Creative Writing etc. Prizes: • Top prize: £2,500 •Monthly prize: £250. Entry Criteria: • 16 – 30 years old • Currently living in Scotland • We accept one entry/person or group/ month. Upcoming Deadlines: • Monthly Award, £250 – 31st July 2018 • The John Byrne Award, £2,500 – 31st January 2019 How to Enter: • Entries can be submitted via our website: http://www.johnbyrneaward.org.uk/enter-now-1/ About The John Byrne Award: Delivered by the charity The Iris Initiative and patroned by the artist John Byrne, we have been awarding young Scottish creatives since 2010. The competition is open to 16-30 year olds, currently living in Scotland. Distinct from other competitions, we focus on rewarding the values that underpin young people’s creative work. In doing so, the growing archive of entries hosted on our website reflects the key issues young people face in modern Scottish society, providing a national forum for self-expression. For further information, please contact niall@johnbyrneaward.org.uk (Niall Dolan) or follow the link below >>>

Posted 10 days ago
By The John Byrne Award

Opp: Blueprint 11 [ Open for Submissions ]

Submissions are invited for the September 2018 programme of Blueprint - Scottish Independent Shorts at Glasgow Film Theatre - date to be confirmed. Blueprint seeks to encourage the production and reception of grassroots film culture by providing a regular world class exhibition space. Short independent film is a legitimate part of film culture. Blueprint also promotes collaborative theories of film production and explores film across all its creative departments. Blueprint - Scottish Independent Shorts promotes Scottish filmmakers over Scottish films, therefore submissions from any Head of Department are welcome and films made in overseas territories are eligible. Please note the date and time of the September programme is to be confirmed by Glasgow Short Film Festival/Glasgow Film. For further information, please contact blueprintshorts@gmail.com (Hans Lucas), or visit the link below >>>

Posted one month ago
By Blueprint - Scottish Independent Cinema

Opp: Autumn Voices Project Poetry Competition 2018 [ Call for Submissions ]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Free opportunities to writers in later life that are available through the Autumn Voices Project which aims to promote and discuss creativity in later life. A poetry competition for writers over 70. 1st prize £250. Entry free. Judged by poet, A.C. Clarke. Prizes: • 1st prize £250, • 2nd prize £100, • 3rd prize £50 Closing date: midnight on 30th July 2018. This competition is part of the Autumn Voices Project funded by Creative Scotland. There is no entry fee. For more information and to submit your entry, please follow the link below >>>

Posted one month ago
By Autumn Voices Project

Opp: 404 Ink seek Non-Executive Board Members

Following the June announcement where 404 Ink were the first publisher to receive a Scottish EDGE grant the award-winning independent publisher now seeks to appoint several non-executive board members to play a key role in the next stages for the company. They welcome expressions of interest from potential candidates, both from a professional publishing background and outside of publishing - particularly those with experience in bookselling, business strategy and growth. If you would like to join the 404 Ink board, please send a CV and short cover letter for attention of Heather McDaid at hello@404ink.com telling us why you would like to be involved in 404 Ink's journey going forward and what you could potentially offer to the company. The deadline for applications is July 31st, though we will be assessing applications as they arrive. For more information about the role and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 21 days ago
By 404 Ink

Opp: Michael O'Pray Prize 2018

Returning for a second year, the Michael O’Pray Prize is a Film and Video Umbrella initiative for early-career writers, in partnership with Art Monthly. The open call seeks new writing on innovation and experimentation in the moving image, and is named in memory of the critic, historian and film programmer, Michael O’Pray, who always endeavoured to make radical, challenging, occasionally esoteric work accessible to a wider public. The Prize is aimed at writers starting out in their careers, and who have had no more than three articles published in print or online. The recipient of The Prize will receive £500 and their submitted text will be published by Art Monthly. For more information, please follow the link below >>>

Posted one month ago
By Film and Video Umbrella

Opp: LittlesMarket [ Call for submissions ]

For the third year Fruitmarket is presenting LittlesMarket - a fair for children and families and we are inviting makers and retailers of children’s goods to take a stall. This October (Sat 6 and Sun 7) The Fruitmarket Gallery will present a fair full of books, gifts and activities for children and families. For the third year running, we’re inviting our favourite children's publishers and makers of children’s goods to join us for a jam-packed weekend of activities, readings and lots on sale that kids will love, and that we're delighted to present under one roof. For more information on how to take part, please follow the link below >>>

Posted one month ago
By The Fruitmarket Gallery

Opp: Digital U Extreme Views [ Call for Artists ]

Art Gene is pleased to announce the online exhibition programme, Digital U : Extreme Views, starting summer 2018, and are searching for two artists/collectives to complete a four artist programme. Exhibition Opportunity for Digital Artists: Art Gene is pleased to announce the online exhibition programme, Digital U : Extreme Views, starting summer 2018. Curated by guest curator Alejandro Ball (PILproject), Digital U : Extreme Views will examine the radical nature of artistic activities in digital space. We are currently searching for two artists/collectives to complete a four artist programme. Each artist will have a two-month online exhibition in Art Gene online Digital U exhibition space and accompanying publicity. Exhibitions remain online as part of our digital archive.

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By Art Gene

Opp: Talbot Rice Residents

[ Residency period - September 2018 - September 2020 ] Talbot Rice is seeking applications from Scottish-based emerging artists for its new two-year Residents Programme Talbot Rice Residents will welcome 5 emerging artists into the unique context of the University of Edinburgh over a two-year period, providing them with the financial, intellectual and practical support to significantly develop and enhance their practice at a pivotal stage in their career. Underpinned by an environment of openness, conceptual rigour and experimentation, Residents will have access to a broad range of research and workshop facilities within the University and Edinburgh College of Art. A series of group crits, Masterclasses and research trips will be structured throughout the residency period to foster a climate of peer learning, creative discussion and critical debate. There will also be impetus and opportunity throughout to showcase work and works in progress around the University campus and beyond. Selected artists will receive: - £5,000 artist fee annually - Access to materials / production support - Exhibition/Event outcome opportunities - Masterclasses led by national and international guests - Fully-funded research trips/retreats - Ongoing curatorial support from the Talbot Rice team - Newly commissioned writing, specific to their work - Appropriate workspace within the University of Edinburgh - Access to workshops, academic community, Collections, Library and other facilities within the University of Edinburgh Eligibility - Artists living and working in Scotland - Artists working in any medium - Minimum 3 years demonstrated practice, since completion of most recent studies OR since the commencement of artistic career - Must not be in formal education at any point of the residency period To apply Send all the following information in a single pdf- max 5MB, titled with your name. - Artist statement (max. 250 words) - Project proposal: describe how you will use this residency to develop your work (max. 250 words) - Artist CV (including graduation details if applicable) - Max 5 images in total of 5 previous/current work, or 3 links to examples of work online: please include short descriptions to accompany all images and links. [ Email to: stuart.fallon@ed.ac.uk with subject line TRR Open Call ] Talbot Rice Residents is funded by the Freelands Foundation and realised with the support of our colleagues at Edinburgh College of Art and the University of Edinburgh. For further information, please follow the link below >>>

Posted 7 days ago
By Talbot Rice Gallery

Opp: Line Producer Training for HETV

This funding scheme is seeking training providers able to deliver industry-standard training to support the development of Line Producers for High End TV Creative Skillset’s high-end TV levy (HETV) Fund is fully funded by industry investment from levy contributions paid on high-end TV drama productions since April 2013. The HETV Levy Fund addresses the skills and training needs of the HETV industry to create jobs and training opportunities, and to strengthen and build skills to ensure the robust growth of the sector is secured with a fully skilled and growing workforce.

Posted 11 months ago
By Creative Skillset

Opp: Royal Institute of Oil Painters [ Call for Entries ]

The ROI seeks work in oils and is the only national art society devoted exclusively to oil painting. Artists are invited to submit works for exhibition alongside members of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (ROI) at their Annual Exhibition 2018. Any artist over 18 may submit. Acceptable media: Oils. Acrylic and water soluble oil paint is acceptable if it is framed as an oil, so as not to spoil the general appearance of the exhibition. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below >>>

Posted one month ago
By Mall Galleries

Opp: Creative Industries [ Media and Communication HNC ]

If you want to get into a career in journalism, media, advertising, public relations or marketing then this course is perfect for you. The HNC in Media and Communication covers topics in film theory, interviewing skills, writing for the media, advertising and creative writing. You will have the opportunity to gain practical experience in the creative industries and be prepared to progress onto university or employment. Units on this course include: • Complex Oral Presentation • Writing for the Media • The Media: Features and Trends • English Language Skills: Correcting Creative Text • Creative Industries: An Introduction • Law and the Media • Research Skills • Media Analysis: Advertisements • Film Theory • Creative Writing for Vocational Purposes • Interviewing Skills • Meeting Skills • Scriptwriting for Radio • Narrative and Genre in Comics and Animation Entry requirements are a minimum of 2 Highers (in relevant subjects such as English, Modern Studies, Politics, Media and Psychology). A typical offer will be two B’s. Mature applicants with appropriate experience may be considered. From this course you can progress onto media courses at university, or a career in media, journalism, advertising or PR. For further information please contact courseinfo@edinburghcollege.ac.uk or call 0131 669 4400. Apply online at edinburghcollege.ac.uk. The deadline for applying is August 2018.

Posted 3 months ago
By Edinburgh College

Opp: Music Business HND

If you want to break into the music business then this is the perfect course for you. The HND in Music Business is delivered within our creative hub at Milton Road campus, which includes state-of-the-art recording studios and auditorium, offering students a unique opportunity to launch a career in the music industry. Units on this course include: • Music industry touring • Running a record company • Music industry promotions • Managing an event • Music industry stage management • Music law • Digital communications • Music history • Artist development Entry requirements are 2 Highers or equivalent. Consideration will also be given to applicants with previous industry experience. From this course you can progress onto degree programmes in music business, commercial music, event management and marketing. Past students have gone into employment at major record labels, music publishing, festival production and PR. For further information please contact courseinfo@edinburghcollege.ac.uk or call 0131 669 4400. Apply online at edinburghcollege.ac.uk. The deadline for applying is August 2018.

Posted 3 months ago
By Edinburgh College

Opp: Computing courses

Whether you have got what it takes to code the next big app, or you are a future innovator of computer science, there is a computing course at Edinburgh College to suit you. You can study everything from web design to desktop support, networking and games development. Our courses are taught by experienced and certified lecturers with significant industrial experience. We have courses from entry level (SCQF Level 4) to degree (SCQF Level 8+) in the following subjects: • Computer Security & Forensics • Computer Networking • Software Development • Computer Science • Computing Technical Support • Computing with Digital Media • Robotics and Control Systems • Computer Games Development • Web Development • Internet Technologies • Digital Design and Development We have selected the best of the industry-recognised qualifications, and have embedded them into our courses to ensure your skills are as attractive as possible to employers when you graduate. • Oracle Academy • Cisco Certified Network Associate • CompTIA A+ Training • ECDL • Microsoft Our Associate Student Degree Programme in partnership with Edinburgh Napier University allows you to start your degree at Edinburgh College. See individual course details for more information edinburghcollege.ac.uk/courses/computing. Location: Edinburgh (Milton Road, Sighthill and Granton campuses) For further information please contact courseinfo@edinburghcollege.ac.uk or call 0131 669 4400. Apply online at edinburghcollege.ac.uk. The deadline for applying is August 2018.

Posted 3 months ago
By Edinburgh College

Opp: Art and Design Courses at Edinburgh College

The School of Art and Design at Edinburgh College is one of the largest of its kind in the UK with over 700 students. It also has a strong reputation for progressing students into both degree-level study and employment in the creative industries. Our students regularly present their art and design work in exhibitions and industry nights at venues across Edinburgh. To succeed as a working artist or designer, your future success is based on the quality of work you produce and how professionally you present it. At Edinburgh College you can build, refine and showcase your talent by developing not only specialist skills but create a portfolio that will gain you second or third year entry at degree level, enter employment or confidently begin your own creative studio practice. Courses include: • 3D Animation HND • 3D Design HND • Architecture and Interior Design NC • Art & Design - Foundation Studies UAL Level 3 Diploma • Art & Design: Creative Media NC • Art & Design: Interactive Design NC • Art and Design - Fashion and Textiles UAL Level 2 and 3 Diplomas • Art and Design UAL Level 2 and 3 Diplomas • Art, Design and Media UAL Level 1 Diploma • Computer Arts and Design HND • Contemporary Art Practice HND • Textiles HND • Visual Communication: Illustration HND • Visual Communication: Interactive Design HND Be inspired and become the artist or designer you wish to be by applying to study at Edinburgh College’s School of Art and Design. For further information please contact courseinfo@edinburghcollege.ac.uk or call 0131 669 4400. Apply online at edinburghcollege.ac.uk. The deadline for applying is August 2018.

Posted 3 months ago
By Edinburgh College

Opp: Interior Design Redesign Project [ for TV Boradcast ]

BRAND NEW SCOTTISH PROPERTY SERIES Are you an architect, interior designer or a property expert? Do you know what makes a house a home? If yes then we are looking for you! We are looking for architects, interior designers and property experts to take part in a new series we are developing for a Scottish broadcaster. Ideally, you will be based in Scotland. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact scotlandshomes@iwcmedia.co.uk or call 0141 353 8441

Posted 2 months ago
By IWC Media

Opp: The Jill Todd Photographic Award

The Jill Todd Photographic Award is an annual award providing a valuable opportunity for emerging photographers to showcase a new body of work and benefit from the exposure of a gallery show. Recent graduates are invited to submit 5-12 photographic images of newly made work along with a project statement and £15 entry fee. We are offering £2000 worth of prize money as well as inclusion in exhibition at StreetLevel, a photographic masterclass with a renown photographer, financial support and mentoring. Find out more and enter through our website.

Posted 14 days ago
By Jill Todd Photographic Award

Opp: A Cultural Strategy for Scotland [ Consultation ]

Following a Scottish Government commitment to develop A Culture Strategy, we want to hear from you about whether you think the draft strategy presents a firm foundation for sustaining culture? Scotland’s rich and varied culture, heritage, landscapes, languages, traditions and creativity are collectively one of the country’s greatest strengths. Scotland has an enduring world-wide reputation as a centre for ideas, learning, education, creativity and innovation. Culture reflects the past; challenges the present and shapes the future. Following a Scottish Government commitment to develop A Culture Strategy for Scotland, early engagement with individuals, artists and creative producers, communities and organisations during 2017 asked what matters most to people about culture in Scotland and what they thought the priorities for supporting culture are over the next decade. Why We Are Consulting? The draft Culture Strategy for Scotland builds on the feedback gathered during the engagement phase and sets out a Vision supported by a set of ambitions, aims and actions. The draft strategy commits to long term change through greater collaboration and integration across culture, communities and policy development to ensure that culture’s empowering and transformative power can be experienced by everyone. We want to hear from you about whether you think the draft strategy presents a firm foundation for sustaining culture into the future. We also want to hear about what you think success will look like for the strategy and how you are or can contribute to that success. When the consultation period ends, all responses received will be reviewed by independent analysts and a report will be published that summarises the results of the consultation. All responses received will be published on the Scottish Government website, anonymised where appropriate. The final strategy will reflect the views of contributors gathered throughout the consultation. For further information, please contact culturestrategy@gov.scot or follow the link below >>>

Posted 14 days ago
By Scottish Government

Opp: Magazine call for Submissions - Prose, Poetry & Art

Call for Submissions to Pushing Out the Boat (magazine) for their next edition (Issue 15), aiming for publication of the magazine in spring 2019. Submissions welcome from Sunday 1st July 2018. Pushing Out the Boat (POTB), North-East Scotland’s Magazine of New Writing and the Visual Arts invites submissions for their next edition (issue 15) from Sunday 1st July 2018 (deadline 30 September 2018). POTB is keen to receive submissions worldwide from ages 12 and up within three categories: prose, poetry and artwork. For more info please see website: https://www.pushingouttheboat.co.uk/submissions/ The Pushing Out the Boat team look forward to receiving entries and we wish you good luck! For further information, please contact marketing@pushingouttheboat.co.uk (Lisa McCormick), or follow the link below >>>

Posted 14 days ago
By Pushing Out The Boat (Magazine)

Opp: Young Composer Award [ open for entries ]

Opportunity for young composers aged 16 - 25 to win £500 and a premiere performance at the Edinburgh International Harp Festival 2019. It is not necessary for the composer to be a clarsach player. The Young Composer Award is an annual competition based award issued by The Clarsach Society. Composers aged between 16 & 25 years of age are invited to present an original piece of music lasting no longer than 10, and no less than 8 minutes, suitable for: a) Solo Clarsach/Non-pedal harp b) Clarsach/Non-pedal harp and up to 3 other instruments and/or voices The award is £500 plus a premiere performance at the Edinburgh International Harp Festival. For further information and to enter, follow the link below >>>

Posted 7 days ago
By The Clarsach Society

Opp: Year of Young People Skills Share Event

Call for proposals for Creative Scotland Year of Young People skills share event for arts practitioners and organisations working in creative learning, participatory arts and with young people.

Posted 8 months ago
By Creative Scotland Creative Learning

Opp: The John Byrne Award 2017 - Open for entries!

Call for entries to The John Byrne Award 2017. We are looking for works of visual art, music, video & writing from 16-25 year olds living in Scotland. Deadline midnight 31/1/18

Posted 8 months ago
By The John Byrne Award

Opp: The John Byrne Award, November Prize

Call for entries to The John Byrne Award's monthly prize draw. We are looking for works of visual art, music, video & writing from 16-25 year olds living in Scotland. Deadline midnight 30/11/17

Posted 8 months ago
By The John Byrne Award

Opp: Power Up Scotland [ Loan Investment & Business Development Mentoring ]

Power Up Scotland offers up to £50k loan investment plus business development mentoring to early stage social ventures. Attached is some info for sharing: · Power Up Scotland: flyer about the programme with weblink where people can complete an online Expression of Interest form · Timeline for the programme · Word version of the info which can be edited as required and included in e-bulletins etc If people would like more info please email michelle@bigissueinvestscotland.com or Archie.Chappel@bigissueinvest.com

Posted 7 months ago
By Big Issue Investment Scotland

Deadline 12 December 2018

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Opp: Connect with Creative students!

At Co & Co we connect designers, artists, photographers, filmmakers, musicians and more with those who need work done. If you have a commission, project, or competition that you would like to share with our creatives visit www.coandco.io. All the jobs posted to Co & Co will be accessed by thousands of our students and future graduates. We will ensure that your task (logo design, branding, filming, photoshoot, page layout etc.) will be matched with a suitable creative.

Posted 6 months ago
By Co & Co

Opp: Lighting in Edinburgh

The 'Scottish Lighting Network', are forming a network in Scotland for anyone interested in light and lighting to collaborate, discuss, request services and generally geek out on lighting. Architects, design & build companies, product designers, lighting designers, theatre/set designers, artists and anyone else interested in light, lighting and space in are all welcome. Promotion of events involving light / lighting are encouraged. Networking of members to help each other is encouraged.

Posted 11 months ago
By Scottish Lighting Network

Opp: Join the "Scottish Lighting Network" in Edinburgh

The "Scottish Lighting Network", are forming a network in Scotland for anyone interested in light and lighting to collaborate, discuss, request services and generally geek out on lighting. Architects, design & build companies, product designers, lighting designers, theatre/set designers, artists and anyone else interested in light, lighting and space in are all welcome. Promotion of events involving light / lighting are encouraged. Networking of members to help each other is encouraged.

Posted 11 months ago
By Scottish Lighting Network

Opp: Shared Workshop

We are an Edinburgh startup building a marketplace platform for workshops. Wether you have extra space you would like to make money from or you would like to book space on a flexible basis, this could be for you. We are asked for feedback via pre-registrations through our holding page - https://www.occupyd.com/ Any responses would be much appreciated!

Posted 2 months ago
By Occupyd

Opp: Scottish-European Growth Co-Investment Programme [ Funding ]

The Scottish Government has made funding available to Scottish Enterprise under the Scottish Growth Scheme - This opens in a new window. This will allow Scottish Enterprise to enter into an innovative partnership with the European Investment Fund - This opens in a new window to create the Scottish-European Growth Co-Investment Programme. The Scottish-European Growth Co-Investment Programme is suitable for businesses in all areas of Scotland looking for equity investment to meet their growth ambitions. Commercially-viable businesses that have an established operating base in Scotland would be eligible to apply for this fund. Under this partnership, eligible companies will have access to £50 million from Scottish Enterprise and £50 million from the European Investment Fund, which will leverage at least £100 million from private sector fund managers. The aim of this fund is to increase the availability of later stage equity investment available to Scottish SMEs. For more

Posted one month ago
By Scottish Enterprise

Opp: Festival Film and Photography Placement

- This year manipulate is recruiting a Festival Film & Photography Placement to play a key role in the delivery of the 2018 Festival’s online marketing campaign, capturing and documenting the festival. This is an opportunity that encourages creativity through images and film. Whilst the applicant will be working closely with the marketing team to produce promotional material, the output is to focus on the development of a unique individual take on the festival, to help nurture an emerging creative style. The applicant will receive: A daily stipend of £20 per day All travel reimbursed Complimentary tickets to performances and screenings during the festival An opportunity to meet and network with the artists and ongoing support from the manipulate team 1-2-1 mentoring sessions with our Festival Photographer Jassy Earl An opportunity to build new contacts in visual theatre, add to your portfolio and gain professional experience within a festival context. We require a couple of hours of your time before and after the festival for inductions and evaluations. During the festival we require you to be available full-time. We will, wherever possible, work around your existing work obligations.

Posted 7 months ago
By Manipulate Festival

Salary 20/day
Deadline 18 December 2019
manipulatefestival.org

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