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Participation Manager

Submitted by New Brewery Arts on October 15, 2020 - 11:24
Salary / Fee: 
£13,200pa
Closing Date: 
Monday, 9 November, 2020

Contract: Permanent, 3 days a week
Location: Cirencester

About the role:
We’re looking for somebody to encourage and enable everyone to connect with their creativity.

You will codesign, coordinate and oversee delivery of our programme of courses and classes, onsite and seek out and develop new online delivery. As an actively engaged member of the Senior Management Team you will also work collaboratively to achieve New Brewery Arts purpose and will support the delivery of outreach, events and other engagement activities.

Drama Tutor needed

Submitted by GoboTheatre on October 13, 2020 - 12:49
Salary / Fee: 
£25/hr
Closing Date: 
Monday, 30 November, 2020
Gobo Mini Session

The role is on Saturday mornings in Harwell Village Hall. We run a youth theatre with 3 groups - Minis (5-7), Midis (8-11) & Maxis (12-21). We do a combination of acting, dance, singing & stagecraft (making props, costumes, set). We do a combination every week, with a slight emphasis on one or the other, however the Minis group mostly focus on confidence building, creativity honing and improving focus. We work towards a full-scale production.

Community projects coordinator

Submitted by New Brewery Arts on October 7, 2020 - 12:39
Salary / Fee: 
£5,000 Fee
Closing Date: 
Friday, 30 October, 2020

This is a new role at New Brewery Arts, funded by Gloucestershire Community Foundation.

We’re looking for somebody to get out into our communities, in particular vulnerable communities and individuals facing increasing social inequality, and to encourage and enable everyone to connect with their creativity.

YouthLab Theatre Masterclass

Last edited by TheNorthWallArt... on 29 September 2020
Salary / Fee: 
N/a
Closing Date: 
Tuesday, 27 October, 2020

Calling all young theatre makers aged 14 – 17! Join us for four days from 27 - 30 October 2020 of exploring devising theatre techniques, developing performance skills and creating a collaborative piece of work.

In response to Philippa James: 100 Women of Oxford exhibition, young photographers will be capturing their own portraits to be exhibited in our theatre. Over this four day Theatre Masterclass, you will use these photographs and human histories as a stimulus and build a new show using devising techniques.

£500 grants available for promoting English folk/traditional music

Submitted by susannastarling on January 23, 2020 - 14:44
Salary / Fee: 
Awards up to £500
Closing Date: 
Thursday, 31 December, 2020
Sarah Morgan Foundation: £500 grant awards available

The Sarah Morgan Foundation (www.sarahmorganfoundation.org) awards grants of up to £500 to projects promoting English traditional/folk music to a wider audience. Our focus starts with the open access, inclusive community choir model, but extends beyond into any eligible project which educates the wider public about the rich English folk music tradition.