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Costume/Wardrobe Assistant


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The New York Renaissance Faire is looking to hire a seasonal costumer, sewer, and wardrobe assistant to work with the Guild of St. George, our cast of nobles and royalty; and the Sterling Shire, our Village cast, for the 2022 season. This would include the ability to work fluidly with the creative team to design and/or alter garments according to historical methods to fit a cast of approximately 25-75 people. Manage the work spaces provided by keeping them clean and organized. Facilitate a safe and clean space to dress the cast for the run of the production and assist with the end of season wrapout. Can perform if interested/capable.


Responsibilities and Duties: 

Alter, fit, mend/repair, tailor, and create 16th century clothing according to the creative vision of the team. These garments need to be more durable for outdoor performances.

Help maintain a costume shop and wardrobe by keeping the space and garments clean and organized.

Communicate effectively and professionally with the Entertainment Coordinator, Cast Director, Costume Director, Cast and additional Production Staff.

Help with  the end of season wrap out process including storing garments and winterizing the workspace.



Available to work weekends from July 23rd through October 15th including Labor Day Monday.

Experience patterning, fitting, mending/repairing, resizing/altering, and creating 16th century clothing.

Experience managing costume shop operations including cleaning, deadlines, dressing people and maintaining inventory.

Recommended to have some experience with Renaissance Faires previously.

Should have reliable transportation to and from Faire site.



Available to work weekends from July 23rd through October 15th including Labor Day Monday. 

Available to complete outstanding projects during the week.

Wardrobe hours are 6:30am-8:30pm.

Both wardrobe spaces must operate during the entire show day (10am-7pm); breaks will be provided. 

Hours pre-show and post production are negotiable and can be discussed. 


Pay: Pay is based on previous experience. 


Apply: Email your resume and cover letter to Taking submissions until July 6th.

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Become A Music Teacher & Earn Up To £35 An Hour - Roles Across The UK


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Become A Music Teacher’ are looking for individuals nationwide to give either singing, guitar, drums or piano lessons to students.  A great chance for you to make good money on either a full time or part time basis, from something which you are passionate about.

This role gives you autonomy and a chance to really develop your experience as a teacher and musician.


* Ability to play your musical instrument or sing to a reasonable level. 

* To be patient with students 

* Have good social skills. 

* Be able to teach all age groups on a one to one basis 

* Have no criminal convictions. 

Lessons can take place either online, at your home, studio or at students homes. 

When applying please leave your name and contact details including the instrument/s you play, an email address and telephone number.

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Artist Educator


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Bow Arts is seeking talented Artist Educators to support the delivery of its highly successful learning programme. 

Bow Arts is a leading arts charity with a mission to make creative activity sustainable within our local communities by providing opportunities to work, learn and enjoy affordable, lifelong access to the arts. Our Learning programme creates high quality artist-led projects for children and young people built around individual school priorities. We also provide an artist-led offer of training and INSET to teachers and school support staff.  

As a Bow Arts Artist Educator, you will:  

  • Be responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating arts-based projects for schools. These may include, skill development projects, topic based or cross-curricular projects, cover for teacher planning, preparation, and assessment time (PPA), teacher CPD (continued professional development), permanent artworks for schools, Arts Award projects, exam support 
  • Collaborate with teachers and members of the Bow Arts learning team to devise projects that respond to the individual needs of each school innovatively 
  • Work collaboratively with schools to deliver creative learning experiences that challenge and inspire young people and teachers, and are accessible to all 
  • Reflect our values of passion, innovation and collaboration in all aspects of your work 
  • Work in line with Bow Arts’ sustainability and inclusion policies 

Bow Arts is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, tackling discrimination, and welcoming and valuing the inclusivity of the communities we serve. We are actively working towards diversifying our current pool of Artist Educators to employ artists from backgrounds which are underrepresented in the arts. We are striving towards having a pool of Artist Educators that better reflects the population of the schools we work with.  

As part of this recruitment drive, we particularly welcome applications from those who are ethnically diverse, LGBTQ+, come from low socio-economic backgrounds and artists living with a disability. 

For the full job description and person specification please visit our website

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Freelance Multi Trade Creative Joiner


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Multi-Trade Set Joiner - Job Description

Company Intro

Visual Architects is an organisation of creatives, artisans, builders, thinkers, and riggers, and together we possess an array of skill sets which allow us to tailor every aspect of events.

Based in Manchester we specialise in event and prop design, production & installation. Over the last 15 years we have run our own events which has given us the knowledge and know-how of how events work and what they need, in order to run efficiently and avoid the headaches that come with production.

From club and festival décor to restaurant design and brand activations we have gone from strength to strength to become one of the biggest uk décor and prop installation companies. After expanding quickly across the U.K our services now are currently in Dubai, Ibiza, California, Croatia, and Saudi Arabia, with plans to reach new destinations over the upcoming seasons. This list of customers is constantly expanding and growing.


Company: Visual Architects

Job Title: Joiner - Multi Trade Person Freelance 

Your role within the company will be to work with building materials (most often wood) mainly within the workshop but sometimes on site. You will plan and execute the construction of large props items as assigned by the construction manager. You will be asked to work with and should be familiar with a variety of materials and techniques including, but not limited to, wood, alu-bond, acrylic, foam ex, metal work and structural design. As a Joiner with VA you will be expected to carry out joinery/carpentry to a high standard. You will be carrying out all 1st, 2nd and final fixes ensuring that all work carried out meets statutory requirements, customer expectations and company procedures. This role will be working for a responsive team but will also cover voids from time to time when needed.

You will work independently, and you will monitor your schedule of work via our project app that we train you on, You will be responsible for your own Health and Safety and of those around you. You will be carrying out responsive and repair works, as well as joinery you will be required to have basic skills in metal, decorating, cutting, stenciling work associated art trade skills with a Prop and Set design

Skills and Experience

4 year + knowledge of building and construction

Professional Joiner building or Carpentry qualification desired

Good Knowledge of various mechanical woodworking tools

Basic math for accurate measurements and reading technical drawings

Working with wood - how to cut build and finish

Ability to use, repair and maintain machines and tools

Duties and Responsibilities

Work alongside designers in order to understand projects and products.

Read, interpet and build from designers' drawings.

Follow all management and tasks allocated to you.

Follow and keep to time schedules set by manager

Use power tools and other tools in order to complete tasks

Work in a safe, efficient and organized manner

Keep a daily log of products build and procedures followed

Update error forms and report any issues to manager

Touch up, repair, and maintain products in good condition

Help with load in and load outs

Work from workshop and on sites if required

Overlook and carry out maintenance on machinery and make sure its kept in the best condition

Responsibility for equipment and tools within your work space - if any issues report at once to management

Maintain a clean working environment on a daily basis

Sign out any materials needed from the internal market store

Update manager and inform him of materials or tools needed in advance

Take part and attend in all necessary meetings with a productive and positive input

Look for new innovative ways to work and better your department

Act as a good ambassador for Visual Architects both on and off duty

Promote brand awareness through all means and social platforms

PLEASE NOTE: that this is a full-time position, working 40 hours per week across Monday to Friday. But can involve weekends for festival site builds and foreign travel for installs abroad.

More about you

As one of our Joiners you will hold an NVQ level 2 (or equivalent) in joinery/carpentry coupled with a strong working knowledge of set building or bar restaurant installations. If you had experience of installations or festival builds that would be highly advantageous.

You will be able to demonstrate, at interview, excellent knowledge of best practice health and safety in the workplace, your positive approach and commitment to delivering creative and imaginative designs and good working with other departments.

Ideally you will possess previous experience working in an environment with CNC Machines and Prop dressers + installers

Personal Attributes

creative flair and lots of imagination.

artistic and drawing skills.

the ability to work as part of a team.

critical thinking, problem solving skills.

planning and time management skills.

the ability to meet deadlines.

a good eye for detail.

physical strength and stamina

Due to the travel required in this role, candidates must possess a current UK driving license and Passport. This role is working Monday - Friday but you will be on call and will be required to cover weekends as required as part of your contract.

The benefits

Our ambition gives you all the challenge you could wish for and that's why we can offer you tangible and exciting career progression in a diverse and pioneering creative business.

We know that there's always more we can do, that's why we offer a comprehensive benefits package to help colleagues save money or make their lives a little bit easier; from generous holiday package, training, sick pay, and free events and festival tickets

If you meet the criteria and are ready to make the next step in your career then, read a full job description and apply directly to us.


Salary is 25-34K on a freelance basis 

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Independent Evaluator


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Independent Evaluator

Employer: Z-arts

Deadline for applications: 26th July 2022

Contract: Consultancy

Location: Online

Fee: £10000 fee (40 days over the lifetime of the 3 year project £250 per day)


Z-arts are seeking to employ an Independent Evaluator for an ambitious creative curriculum project, Terri and the Time Machine. The project has been funded through the Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF). The programme, Terri and the Time Machine, aims to develop a digital creative curriculum for schools exploring how arts and culture can directly support learning, with a particular focus on the Year 3 Science curriculum. Funding has been secured to develop the project over three years. The first year will be a pilot year working with three local schools.

We know that arts-based learning can effectively support the teaching of science, technology, engineering and maths: offering students who find it harder to engage via traditional teaching methods a chance to make real progress. There is an amazing opportunity for education and culture to collaborate on a large scale and address prohibitive cost issues attached to arts-based learning.

This project is targeted to discover:

-Can a year-long theatrical narrative delivered at a distance help increase motivation, engagement, aspiration, and achievement in Year 3 learners?

-Can digital technologies be used to create sustainable, high-quality but affordable arts-based learning programmes for schools?

-What are the challenges and opportunities of these new methods for creative education?

-Within those three core questions we are particularly interested in:

-How can we best embed a science capital approach within our programme?

-What are the most engaging activities and story elements for children facing socio-economic and language barriers to learning? 

-Which activities have the most impact on children’s understanding of what it means to do science?

-How can teachers best be supported to deliver creative STEAM activities in the classroom and playground? 

-What are the most rewarding and most challenging elements for teachers to deliver without expert support in the room, and how can we best develop teachers’ skills and confidence?


We also know there’ll be lots of unexpected learning, and our reflective process is designed to encourage responsive action learning throughout the 40 month programme.


Z-arts want to commission an experienced evaluator who is able to help develop our ethical evaluation methods and ensure we deliver a safe and robust programme, meeting the aims and objectives set out in the delivery plan to enable us to create an in-depth evaluation which feeds into future planning and legacy for the project. The evaluator will be supported by a Programme Development Panel (PDP). The evaluator and the PDP will meet on a termly basis (more frequent if required) to review progress and evaluate as the programme moves through each stage.

We welcome applications from consultancy organisations or partnerships as well as individuals.

We expect the evaluator to support us in deploying a mixed methodology to identify if we are achieving our outcomes.

-Baseline data collection at the start of each academic year matched to end-of-year data collection

-Teacher questionnaires and testimony

-Debrief sessions for artists and teachers, post-Zoom online and in-person each half-term

-Gathering immediate feedback from artists and teachers on successes, challenges, and surprises

-Observation sessions in school, including in-person interviews with small groups of students. At least one observation session per school per term.

-Detailed discussions with school leadership and curriculum teams about how the project supports school improvement plans and curriculum development particularly with regard to STEM (STEAM). We’ll also consider how we are supporting Ofsted’s education inspection framework and Cultural Capital agenda.


-Education and experience

-Fluency in written and spoken English.

-Mastery of evaluation and reporting techniques.

-Some experience in creative learning and/or arts-based community projects 

-Experience in conducting focus groups and evaluation interviews with children and young people. 

-Ability to analyse and synthesise and excellent reporting skills 

-Excellent social and interpersonal skills.

-Ability to access online sessions

-Ability to commit to deadlines and produce quality work in a short timeframe


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Producer, Booker, PR, Curator


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We are very excited to grow our creative family; we are looking for 2-3 people who have knowledge / experience / interest in some of the following:

- Production for live shows (interdisciplinary between dance, music, performance)

- PR / press / plugging mainly focusing but not limited to music releases and gigs

- Booking venues for shows

- Concept development / curation

- Project management


We are a working group of 2-5 people, sharing skills and knowledge to develop concepts and realise artistic projects across disciplines, working with film, music, dance, performance, activism and visual art. You wouldn’t need to have knowledge in all the above listed, you could also very much have a special focus amongst one or some of them. We are working across Europe thus are flexible and open to where you are based. You can work part or full time, we are flexible in what days and what hours besides some group meetings - we will just need to make sense of the work flow / commitment within the group during the beginning phase. It is very important to us that you engage with us longer term rather than just a couple of months. We also care that you have genuine interest in our themes (pop culture / music, visual art, performance, dance, queerness, ecologies, future visions, identity politics).


We strive to reimburse according to experience (always above the recommended minimum wage) or with a daily or monthly fee - depending on the regularity of work.

If someone without relevant experience is interested, we are currently open for some assisting work too.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

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