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Hours of Work: 5-10.30pm on Saturday 20th October Salary: Living wage, £8.75 per hour for 5.5 hours, freelance/temporary work. WHALE Arts is a community arts organisation in Wester Hailes, Edinburgh. We are looking for people interested in working as stewards for our up and coming Wester Hailes Film and Moving Image Festival. Changing Perspectives: Wester Hailes Film and Moving Image Festival is an inaugural event for the community, coordinated by WHALE arts’ Creative Placemaking programme. This community-wide event will showcase archival, community and artist film and moving image work. Taking place across October half term it will include multiple screening events, film making workshops for young people and an outdoor projection trail at Westside Plaza. On the evening of Saturday 20th October we are working with Double Take Projections to project a selection of archival image and new film work as part of an immersive projection display around Westside Plaza shopping centre and the surrounding areas. We are looking for stewards for the Saturday evening of the festival to be stationed across the 3 projection sites, to work with the Double Take projection team to watch over the equipment and provide information to visitors/passers by on the festival itself. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in gaining experience in arts events, film and projection projects and working with communities. We are looking for friendly people with good communication skills and interest in community arts and film. How to Apply To apply to be Steward at the Changing Perspectives: Wester Hailes Film and Moving Image festival please email the following to Helena Barrett, Creative Placemaker at email@example.com: a copy of your CV a short paragraph indicating why you are interested in this opportunity. If you need IT support with this you can attend the Digital Sentinel IT Job Search and Online Benefit drop ins on Mondays between 12-2pm at Clovenstone Community Centre and Wednesdays 1-3pm at WHALE Arts. On receipt of your application we will give you a short telephone call to talk about your suitability for the role and training and support will be provided on the night.
Posted 21 days ago
By WHALE Arts
DIGITAL CONTENT PRODUCER (CELEBRATING SCOTLAND’S ART) FULL-TIME, FIXED-TERM CONTRACT (24 MONTH), BAND (6) CELEBRATING SCOTLAND’S ART Celebrating Scotland’s Art: The Scottish National Gallery Project is a major capital project to transform the Scottish National Gallery. It aims to provide world-class facilities for the innovative display of Scottish art c.1600 to c.1945 and a full programme of targeted audience-development activities. It is expected that there will be a¬n increase the number of visits to the Scottish National Gallery from 1.1 million to 1.5 million per annum; and the number of digital audience interactions from 0.6 million to 1.3 million per annum. THE PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE POST The Digital Content Producer is responsible for digital content development and coordination for the Celebrating Scotland’s Art project. The post holder establishes and supervises content creation, working with public facing departments, creators, designers and external contractors. The producer oversees the development and production of content including audio and video, and its accuracy and tone across media and platforms.
Posted 15 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland
Starcatchers is Scotland’s National Arts and Early Years organisation. We champion world-leading arts and creative experiences for Scotland’s youngest children, aged 0 -5 and their parents, carers and educators that are created by exceptional artists who are inspired to make work for and with this audience. Starcatchers is recognised around the world as being at the forefront of artistic practice for Early Years. We exist to apply the transformational power of the arts to support improved outcomes for our youngest children. Since 2006, we have successfully pioneered methodologies of engaging with and making high quality performances for babies and young children aged 0-5 years and their grown ups in communities across Scotland. We work in partnership with children, families, childcare settings, staff, artists, other Third Sector and arts organisations to deliver an evolving programme of activity that is supported by robust evaluation and research. We are looking for an experienced individual to join our team as our Development Manager. As part of the Senior Management Team, this role will support the development of the organisation and maximise income in line with the fundraising and organisational strategies by identifying and applying to funding sources and new corporate fundraising opportunities, alongside building and managing relationships with partners to grow income. This is an exciting opportunity to support a diverse and expanding organisation build on and further develop its ground breaking work across Scotland and internationally. Full details along with a downloadable application form can be found on our website at http://www.starcatchers.org.uk/who-we-are/our-team/opportunities/ Applications must be using the application form as CV's will not be accepted. The deadline is 9am on Tuesday 25th September and interviews will be held on Tuesday 2nd October.
Posted 24 days ago
Creative Edinburgh is looking for an Events & Sponsorship Manager to join their small team. This role focuses on running our core programme of events, attracting sponsorship and maintaining key commercial partnerships. This is a full-time role (35 hours a week) based at CodeBase in Edinburgh, though we will also consider applicants looking for a four-day a week role. Office hours are 9am-5pm, though flexibility will be required to accommodate morning and evening events. Please send your CV and a short covering letter to Creative Edinburgh's Director, Yasmin Sulaiman (firstname.lastname@example.org), with 'Events & Sponsorship Manager' in the subject line. The deadline is noon on Mon 1 October, but we will be considering applications as they are submitted. Responsibilities *Overseeing the core Creative Edinburgh events programme, *Planning, coordinating and delivering regular events, workshops, and one-off events, *Liaising with speakers, facilitators, venues and other key partners, *Managing event and ticketing platforms, *Developing successful event sponsorship models, together with the Director and the Creative Edinburgh team, *Raising income through sponsorship agreements, ticket sales and new / continuing memberships, *Building and maintaining strong external relationships with potential sponsors, corporate partners, and supporters, *Contributing to marketing and promotion strategies. Requirements *Strong organisational skills, *Ability to work independently, and as part of a small team, *Ability to identify opportunities and follow leads, in order to secure sponsorship income, *Strong interpersonal skills, *Good knowledge of venues across Edinburgh, *Good knowledge of a variety of social media platforms, and ticketing and event platforms, *Proven experience working events, raising income and working with sponsors in previous roles, *Knowledge of the creative industries in Edinburgh, in Scotland and internationally, *Experience working in another creative organisation (desirable). About Creative Edinburgh Creative Edinburgh is a membership organisation that helps creative individuals and businesses thrive through a regular programme of regular events, talks, workshops and mentoring. The network spans over 4000 members, and is a diverse assembly of creative thinkers, makers and innovators. Creative Edinburgh is a Creative Scotland Regularly Funded Organisation, and also receives funding from City of Edinburgh Council. For further information, please contact email@example.com (Yasmin Sulaiman, Director), or visit http://www.creative-edinburgh.com
Posted 4 days ago
By Creative Edinburgh
Posted 8 days ago
By Digital Six
Fuora Dance Project is seeking a Scottish 35+ strong male actor with competent movement skills, strong Scottish Accent to join the company for rehearsals and touring of its production 'W-hat About?'
Posted 5 months ago
By Fuora Dance Project
Life drawing models required for weekend work. Great as extra money during study periods. Get in touch for more information.
Posted one year ago
By Nude Life
Dewar Arts Awards invite applications in any art form for funding to support individuals.Applicants must be under 30, live or work in Scotland, have talent and financial need.
Posted 8 months ago
By Dewar Arts Awards
Do you want to transform lives through reading and writing? Scottish Book Trust, a national charity, is looking for an experienced Head of School Communities Programme to lead our high profile and creatively excellent programmes delivered in schools. Are you: • an excellent communicator and influencer • skilled at managing high profile external stakeholder relations • knowledgeable about arts, literature and education policy in Scotland • experienced at senior management level • a motivational team leader This is a full time (35 hours per week) permanent position. Please note the interviews are due to take place on Wednesday 25th or Thursday 26th July. For further information and to apply for the role, please follow the link below >>>
Posted 2 months ago
By Scottish Book Trust
for Scotland’s largest circulation art magazine. Previous media sales experience essential. CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 24 days ago
Have you ever thought about teaching a few knitting classes each week? If so, joining the Knitting For All family might be right up your street! Knitting for All's social mission is to spread knitting skills far and wide so that everyone around the globe has access to this life-enhancing skill. Our teachers work part-time and fit their classes in around other work and family commitments. Some of them do just a couple of classes a week and others work a busy schedule of back to back classes together with crafty parties and one-off workshops. It’s completely flexible - you do as much or as little as you like.
Posted 3 years ago
By Knitting For All Ltd