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Role Title:         Creative Producer

Reporting to:    Chief Executive

Fee:      £200 per day

This is a freelance opportunity to support the UKAHT team in delivering our ambitions to bring Antarctica and its past to life for an increasingly diverse audience.

You will develop and deliver high quality projects in support of the aims of our overarching programme Antarctica In Sight; a combination of creative collaborative projects and programmes delivered both in person and digitally. The programme will develop our audiences and our impact and will deliver the aims of Antarctic Heritage for the Future, our ten-year strategy.

  • Using your own creative initiative and network, work with the UKAHT team and a range of creative, education and science partners to develop ideas and projects for Antarctica In Sight.
  • Develop existing and new audiences and partnerships to mutual benefit.
  • Oversee the development and delivery of projects, managing sub-contractors and partnerships appropriately.
  • Manage project budgets and support the fundraising efforts to secure project funding.
  • Negotiate subcontractors’ fees and contracts and issue contracts with the Administration Manager and ensure the terms are honoured on all sides.
  • Ensure good coverage and promotion of the programme through liaison with the PR & Media team and taking on elements of promotion where necessary.
  • Provide regular reporting to the UKAHT team, Board of Trustees and relevant committees.
  • Develop evaluation strategies to ensure the programme is achieving its aims and that evidence of impact is gathered.
  • Attend team meetings to ensure the smooth flow of information and ideas sharing.

The role will be necessarily flexible to deliver the programme effectively and the time commitment will be planned around the needs of the programme. We envisage a commitment averaging 2-3 days per week. The role will be largely home based, but we would warmly welcome you in the office in Cambridge.

ABOUT YOU

  • You think and work creatively, inclusively, collaboratively and to achieve maximum impact.
  • You can develop an effective network of partners to deliver creative projects greater than the sum of their parts.
  • You are an excellent communicator and networker and able to build strong relationships with partners locally, nationally and internationally.
  • You have a demonstrable track record of delivering impactful projects and programmes, both digital and in real life.
  • You are organised, self-starting and focused on high standards of delivery with excellent project management skills.
  • You understand the symbiotic relationship between project development, audiences and fundraising.
  • You are a fast-paced, multi-tasker able to work proactively and sometimes reactively.
  • You are committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion through your practice.
  • You are passionate about Antarctica, eager to communicate that passion and you embrace the opportunity of creative engagement with facets such as science, heritage and the environment to develop and diversify our audiences and create impact. 

SCOPE OF SERVICES

  • Agree an ambitious and deliverable programme of creative content and activity for Antarctica In Sight, including both small-scale and larger projects for different audiences.
  • Establish relationships with project partners to scope and devise projects which achieve the aims of the programme.
  • Deliver the agreed programme of projects to time and to budget.
  • Establish and maintain the evaluation framework to gather the evidence of impact.
  • Work with the Head of Development to identify and, where appropriate, secure external funding in support of the programme.
  • Work with UKAHT colleagues and the PR & Media team on the marketing and communications for the programme.
  • To appoint and manage sub-contractors to assist with programme delivery.
  • To collaborate with the Antarctic Operations team where the programme intersects with the Antarctic operation.
  • Communicate effectively at all levels to ensure messaging in clear, everyone is engaged, informed and contributing appropriately.

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  • Location - Home working with occasional planned meetings at the office at High Cross, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0ET
  • Fee - £200 per day
  • Time commitment - Flexible but we anticipate a time commitment of on average 2-3 days per week as the programme demands. This contract is for two years in the first instance.
  • Expenses - All reasonable travel costs incurred as part of the role will be reimbursed as per UKAHT policy.
  • Probationary period - The appointment will be subject to a three-month probationary period to ensure mutual satisfaction
  • Termination Notice period - Upon completion of the probationary period, the period of notice will be eight weeks by either party.

We are committed to equal opportunities and to learning how to increase the diversity of our people. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons and encourage applications from people currently underrepresented in the Polar regions, including people from diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities or those who identify as LGBTQI+.

We also welcome flexible working arrangements.

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London/Paris Nude models wanted for well known Art/fashion photographer

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I am casting an upcoming project for the photographer Johnny for a beautiful magazine called Double magazine.

The shoot is for the next print issue.

We are looking for all ages 25-70 years, sizes and body shapes for the project who are comfortable with tasteful nudity.

Shoot info:

Publication - Double magazine

Photographer - johnny Dufort

https://www.dobedorepresents.com/artists/johnny-dufort/

https://www.instagram.com/johnnydufort/?hl=en

Dates- 19th or 20th Jan Location- London

Dates - 5th feb - Paris 

Fee - £150

Please email me by latest Thursday 13th with some digital photos of yourself, name, and contact number, must be based in London or willing to travel (travel costs will be covered).

My casting website people-file.com

Thank you

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Friday, January 14, 2022

Online Art Gallery Manager - Commission-paid Role

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The Gallery Manager plays an essential role on our team. We are emerging online art gallery with 50 artists currently in our portfolio. As the Manager, you are responsible for:

  • Expanding the network of collectors
  • Managing incoming queries
  • Maintain website content and online art platform
  • Managing and content creation for social networks
  • Orgazing and delivery of online exhibitions
  • Manage gallery calendar
  • Report directly to founders
  • Make selection of new artists suitable for our business
  • Manage artists' subscriptions and be first point of contact

This is commission-based paid role and ideal place for the art degree person with a good working knowledge of contemporary art. You enjoy working with artists and other creative professionals and are eager to be more actively engaged in the contemporary art fields. The ideal candidate wants to grow in this role and is excited to acquire and hone their sales and curatorial skills. Hours are fully flexible and work is completely remote.

 

 

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Casting Call for Performer from the Global Majority

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Ad Infinitum
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Ad Infinitum are looking to cast a performer from the Global Majority to join a multigenerational ensemble of six, for the creation, rehearsals and tour of their latest production, The Long Lie (working title).

Produced with seven partner venues, The Long Lie will be examining the elderly care system, bringing together diverse, intergenerational artists, communities, charity partners and audiences to explore unheard narratives on this universal issue. 

This engagement will be fully paid. Rehearsals will take place in Bristol and, if required, travel and accommodation will be covered by Ad Infinitum.

The performer should be:

  • An excellent physical performer from the Global Majority
  • Experienced in singing in close harmony, and who is happy to experiment and play with vocal improvisation
  • A very confident and experienced deviser 
  • An excellent collaborator 
  • An excellent character actor
  • Open to new challenges and to being pushed
  • Playing age can range from 20 to 80

For more information and to apply please visit our website and fill out the application form and monitoring form.

The deadline for applications is Monday 13th September at 9:00am. 

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£550 per week

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Auditions will be held in Bristol and in London. Further details including audition dates will be confirmed nearer the time.
Listing Deadline: 
Monday, September 13, 2021

School Production Managers x 2

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School Production Managers x 2

Salary, Grade 5: £34,036 - £37,676 pro rata (based on FTE) annum, including London weighting

Permanent – Full Time

We are seeking 2 part-time School Production Managers to fill a 1.0 FTE role as a job share whereby flexibility around job share FTE will be considered.  The School Production Managers will work in Central’s Technical & Production Department. Central offers higher education and training in a range of specialisms: performance (acting, voice, movement); creative, design and production (theatre practice); and applied theatre.

The role is to provide support for students and others in the mounting of the School’s public facing performance work. These productions take place both within our Swiss Cottage campus and at other venues across the UK. You will be working with students on the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice course as well as with Technical & Production staff. A wide range of Visiting Professionals, such as Directors, Designers and other creative and technical roles also work on our season.

On productions, you will be the primary decision maker in the space and will need to be able to communicate decisions clearly to everyone involved in the production, including students, staff and Visiting Professionals

Applicants must have a proven professional profile within the industry, with experience in a wide range of productions in differing venues and scales of production.

We have a flexible approach to filling these roles so applications from a variety of sources including individuals and companies are equally welcome.

We especially welcome people to apply from backgrounds historically underrepresented in the drama Conservatoire and Higher Education sector, and who are committed to building and sustaining a diverse, inclusive and equitable environment and industry.

We are committed to diversity and inclusion and welcome applications from all individuals regardless of personal characteristics or background. We particularly welcome applications from people with disabilities, LGBT+, BAME (Black, Asian, Minority and Ethnic) backgrounds as they are currently underrepresented within the sector and within Central.

For further information and application details please visit: https://www.cssd.ac.uk/Jobs-at-Central/school-production-managers

Closing date for receipt of application forms is 9am Thursday 12 August 2021. 

It is anticipated that interviews and assessments will take place on Thursday 26 August 2021.

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Thursday, August 12, 2021

Miss_Student_Fine Art and Art History student_Kingston upon Thames

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Fine Art and Art History student

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I am a student currently studying at Kingston university, having just finished my second year on the BA Fine Art and Art History course. I have decided to take this next academic year as an opportunity to gain experience working in galleries in both London and Berlin if possible, continuing with my final year at university in 2022. 

I would love to experience working in a gallery space and see the day-to-day workings of different roles. I am especially interested in curation, art handling, archiving and preservation however am unsure what I'd really like to specialise in (as it all looks so interesting!), hence why I'd love to see first-hand how galleries and museums are ran, from the inside. 

I have been researching and applying to many different work placements and internships as well as reaching out to galleries and people directly to see if you could recommend any opportunities that run between August - February 2021. As I will still be a Kingston student, I will continue to receive student loan and so this could potentially be an un-paid opportunity if that would be better suited to you, although this would need to be discussed.

I am a hardworking, outgoing, bubbly 23-year-old with experience both working within and managing a team, I am always willing and able to pick up new skills and I work well under pressure. I am incredibly passionate about the arts and hope to one day curate and/or run my own independent gallery! Please do not hesistate to contact with any information, oppurtinities or advice. 

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