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Wigs and Makeup Technician Practicum

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This is presently the only program in Canada with a hands-on, self-led learning atmosphere where mentor support is provided. Starting with the basics, practicum participants will learn about wig and hair types and the various construction techniques for making wig foundations and facial hair, including the skills of ventilating/knotting. Styling tools and methods for various periods and purposes will be a focus of activity. 

Makeup will play a significant part in participant-led projects, which will also include special effects. Show-based learning will occur as participants meet the practical and design requirements of supporting a production. 

Crossover mediums involving costume, millinery, and props will be explored. Participants will learn how departments like costume, lighting, and sound integrate with the wigs and makeup department to collaborate and build a production.  

What does the program offer?

Practicums will benefit from a one-on-one training introduction to what the current wig and makeup industry requires as a profession. Experience will be gained through working on show-related projects and performances that may include opera, drama, and dance. 

Workshops will be offered within the program, focusing on special effects makeup, lighting, sound, costume, millinery, and how these disciplines interrelate. These workshops will enhance the skills and understanding of the wigs and makeup technician, and will cover what is required to meet the practical and design requirements of a show. Participants will also have the opportunity to culminate their accumulated skills to collaborate on a photo shoot project.

Who should apply?

Ideal applicants will enjoy working with their hands, and have patience and an eye for detail. Visual arts experience is an asset.

Applicants should have a desire to work with people in a collaborative manner, an appreciation for creativity, resourcefulness, and ingenuity. A positive and curious attitude and a tendency toward organization are also helpful.

Dates: May 07 - August 06, 2019

Deadline: 
01/30/2019
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Mountview MA in Site-Specific Theatre Practice

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Mountview’s MA in Site-Specific Theatre Practice is provided in partnership with Shoreditch Town Hall. The first course of its kind in the UK, the MA is created and led by Geraldine Pilgrim, a leading practitioner in the creation of site-specific theatre and installations. The course is for students interested in highly specialised training across all elements of site-specific practice.

Learning will cover practical skills and creative realisation as well as theoretical and methodological investigation.

Teaching will take place both at Mountview’s Peckham site and at Shoreditch Town Hall, an independent arts centre experienced in presenting site-specific theatre. Mountview’s collaboration with Shoreditch Town Hall will root students in a professional space enabling practical experimentation with the site-specific form and connection to established artists.

The course is aimed at practitioners with an art or drama background wanting to diversify their skills in the area of site-specific practice. Applications are welcomed from those with experience in fine art, theatre or related industries as well as those currently studying at BA level.

Strong emphasis is placed on learning through practice. There is continuous assessment across all modules. Assessment is based on coursework covering the skills elements of the course and marking of practical work.

For more information about the course, head to our website.

Stripped Works - Festival for contemporary theatre practices

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Stripped Works is a festival for contemporary theatre practices focusing on the idea of sharing the work. In two weeks four artists and groups present their current projects and afterwards give practical insights in their artistic process through a four-days workshop. The 2018 edition takes place from November 23rd to December 7th. strippedworks.tatwerk-berlin.de For the 2019 edition of the festival Stripped Works we are looking for 4 productions (length min. 50 min.) and 4-days workshops in the fields theatre and performance. There is no limitation in the choice of the theme. The festival is organized by the label DERIVAT in the space of TATWERK | Performative Forschung. Informations about the space and tech rider: www.tatwerk-berlin.de The festival can only be realized in case we will receive the needed fundings! All shows and workshops are of course paid. Please send your application until November 10th 2018 via email to: leitung@tatwerk-berlin.de The application should contain: Detailed written outline of the proposed production Video of the complete Performance (link) Press if available Detailed written outline of the proposed workshop connected to the performance Short vita, portfolio and/or references of previous projects Technical needs Travel costs (if needed)

Deadline: 
11/10/2018
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Manchester based women we need you!

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LADIES OF MANCHESTER! 

We are running a verbatim project with the women of Greater Manchester for our show MOTHERLOGUES. If you have a story to tell, whether its being a mum, losing a mum or struggling to become a mum, then get in touch! We are looking for women to come forward and tell us your relationship 'motherhood' - are you adopting? Are you going thorugh IVF? Are you a surrogate mother? Perhaps you choose to be childfree or maybe you've been forced to be childless? What is your story? TELL US!! 

Organic Sequence

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Organic Sequence Workshop

(incorporating physical, ensemble and action techniques)

Nicolette Kay,  Artistic Director New Shoes Theatre,  will run the workshop.

The workshop is inspired by the method of Stanislavski and Eastern European theatre. The outcome achieves a physical and psychological connection between actors, which can create a valuable system of communication, focussing on impulse. All aspects of the technique can be utilised in future text and physical work.

The technique provides the opportunity for actors to extend their dynamic range.

The workshop will run from 30th July – 3rd August, 10am-4pm near Lambeth Bridge in a popup space which is why we are only charging £100 for the week!

The workshop will be very physical and loose clothing is required.

We are committed to diversity and equality of opportunity. We welcome applications from the widest diversity of backgrounds, culture and experience.

To submit an application, candidates should email the following to bookings@newshoestheatre.org.uk

– What you hope the workshop experience will give you. (about 250 words)

– detailed CV/résumé or your spotlight link

Places are limited and registration will be closed once a group is formed.  We will contact successful applicants with further details.

Open Call: 2018-19 SPARK Supported Artist Programme, Pegasus Theatre

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Pegasus is excited to open application for the SPARK supported artist programme – inviting artists and companies to work with Pegasus from July 2018 – July 2019 to develop a new production for young audiences.

Pegasus is a pioneering force creating the present, challenging and shaping the future and making an enduring impact on the vitality of the performing arts locally, regionally and nationally.

We believe passionately that young people are the changemakers of the future. We nurture young artists and leaders providing unique opportunities for them to be influential in the arts and wider community.

The SPARK supported artist programme provides artists and companies of all levels with the space and skills development needed to turn their bold new ideas into a reality.

We’re looking to support new work for families and young audiences (aged 0-25) across the spectrum of performing arts that represents the vibrant and diverse community of East Oxford. We particularly welcome applications from artists whose experiences are less visible in ‘mainstream’ arts programming including BAME, LGBTQ+ and / or disabled artists.

The year long programme will provide bespoke support for four artists/companies based on their individual needs to cultivate, catalyse and develop innovative new productions.

SPARK artists at Pegasus have access to:
•Free rehearsal space
•Production days with our professional technical team
•Showcase events such as SPARK Night (performance scratch event, Spring 2019)
•Dramaturgical support with our Artistic Joint CEO
•Fundraising & marketing advice
•Opportunities to collaborate with Pegasus Young Companies & youth groups
•Network with artists & companies specialising in different areas of performance

If you'd like to apply for the SPARK supported artist programme summer 2018 – 2019 please request an application form:
Nadia Rich, programming@pegasustheatre.org.uk

Deadline for completed submissions: Monday 2nd July 2018.

 

Deadline: 
07/02/2018

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