Key responsibilities of the Technical Manager:
- To oversee all incoming events and ensure the preparation and planning of events are carried out to a high standard and fit within the buildings limitations.
- To provide technical services for incoming events and performances, and brief technicians (both in-house and freelance) working events in your absence, to carry out the necessary rigging, focussing and other physical tasks necessary for a professional presentation of all performances and events.
Key responsibilities of the Technical Manager:
Auditions for outdoor production of Romeo & Juliet - 13 March 2024 - 5.30pm - 7.30pm at Cogges Manor Farm, Witney.
Production will be 17 - 19 July 2024 and rehearsals will take place every Thursday from 25/4/24 in Witney.
OXOPS are thrilled to have secured the rights to perform Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella at the New Theatre Oxford in January 2025.
“The prince is giving a ball…”
Be a part of our Artweeks exhibition and submit work that responds to the ethos and building of OVADA
We are in a grateful mood - thankful for being a part of Oxfordshire’s creative scene for 20 years, and for the important role creativity plays
It is difficult to be celebratory in the current times, and without ignoring the obstacles and hardships we face, we want to acknowledge how the power of creativity is enhanced in overcoming challenges
Join our busy, cheerful backstage and technical team, helping to deliver a mixed programme of theatre, comedy, music and more.
Candidates should be practically minded with some experience of working or volunteering in a backstage/technical environment. Additional desirable skills would include carpentry, electrics, stage management, sound mixing. Further training can be provided.
Experienced workshop leader needed for Creation Theatre's Summer Term Drama Clubs in Oxfordshire.
We're looking for an experienced workshop leader to run our Drama Clubs on Tuesday afternoons in Kennington from 4pm - 4:50pm and on Wednesdays in Headington from 4:30pm - 6:30pm. Working with children aged 8-13, you'll plan and deliver engaging workshops based around a classic text or Shakespeare play, ready for a short performance at the end of term.
Term will start from Wednesday 17th April and will run for 12 weeks with a break at half term.
MultakaOxford is project based at the Pitt Rivers Museum and History of Science Museum, part of Oxford University. The term Multaka translates from Arabic to English as ‘meeting point’. The project’s key aim is to bring people and communities together, to strengthen understanding through inter-cultural dialogue through the mutual sharing of art, stories, culture and science in the museums.
Please email Nicola for the PDF freelance role description
Multaka (meaning 'meeting point in Arabic) is based at the Pitt Rivers and HIstory of Science Museum.
The project’s key aim is to bring people and communities together, to strengthen understanding through inter-cultural dialogue through the mutual sharing of art, stories, culture and science in the museums.
This exciting role in our Development team will support a broad portfolio of activity from daily record keeping duties to supporter engagement. The post holder will be motivated, able to show initiative and work independently as well as liaise with colleagues from across departments to achieve common goals within tight timeframes. This will require clear communication, the ability to prioritise tasks, an adaptive and resourceful disposition. The Development Assistant plays an important role within a small team and as part of a high performing organisation.
Call for artists for Public Art project; Creative seating, Interactive sculptures, and/or gateway features
Botley and North Hinksey Parish Council are seeking artists and craftspeople to shape the artistic landscape of a small housing development in Botley. We are seeking artists, wood workers and crafts people to work with us on creating bespoke seating, interactive sculptures, and a gateway feature for the public open spaces on the development. We are specifically looking for artistic features in wood but will consider proposals that make use of other natural materials such as stone, willow or earth works.
Modern Art Oxford is hiring a part-time Producer (Adults & Communities) for a fixed two-year term. This role entails planning, delivering, developing, and evaluating workshops tailored for adult learners and community groups throughout Oxfordshire. As part of the Communities, Practice & Participation team, you'll collaborate closely with the Head of Communities, Practice & Participation.