If you are available and interested in gaining film location experience, there are 2 runner opportunities on set in Folkestone. The job is 1 or 2 weeks of shooting in Folkestone working on a film directed by Jessica Hines.
If you are available it is short notice – starting Saturday 22 July.
Please contact Stephanie Paeplow s.paeplow@Hotmail.co.uk 07840 189697
This is for experience and unpaid, please ask about expenses.
A one-day festival event, created by ART31’s Youth Board (13-25 year olds from across Kent), and focusses on the biggest challenges young people are currently facing, including mental health and wellbeing, employment and education, happening on Saturday 15th July at Gulbenkian.
It’s hosted by Billie JD Porter (BBC3, Channel 4, Vice), and we’ve got loads of speakers and participants including Darren Henley (Keynote speaker, Chief Executive Arts Council England), Dean Atta, Envy, Jamsin Vardimon and loads more. There’s also workshops – spoken word and rap with Envy, animation, dance with New Adventures & Re:Bourne and Pie Factory Music sharing their top tips for involving young people in the leadership of arts organisations. It’s also going to be a great networking opportunity, as there’s so many creative professionals involved with the event, and there’ll be roundtable sessions to meet them and chat about career paths etc.
As well as all that, there’s performances going on throughout the day (theatre, dance, music, spoken word) and then in the evening there’s the ART31 Awards ceremony, recognising young people’s achievements in and contributions to the arts in Kent. Young people will be receiving awards of £500 to help them realise their arts ambitions. They can either apply themselves for these awards, or be nominated by someone else of any age, and applications are open until Mon 19th June – http://art31.co.uk/2017/05/18/art31-awards-applications-now-open/
Book here – http://art31.co.uk/events/uprising/
Our trailer for the event is available here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fb8fpcuQ1Ms
Friday 9th June 2017, 2-5pm
Lumley and Aphra Theatres, Grimond Building, University of Kent
An afternoon of talks, workshops and discussions
Organised by Alisha Artry and TD.Moyo in collaboration with the School of Arts
Further info: #myblackarts seeks to explore racial diversity within academia and creative spaces, offering students the opportunity to have their voices heard.
The event will also engage in practical assistance and conversation regarding how students, especially non-White students, can excel in the School of Arts and beyond.
Full programme tbc.
All staff and students are welcome to attend
Tea, coffee and cake will be provided – please RSVP to help with catering numbers Email: L.Brydon@kent.ac.uk
Lilford Gallery work experience https://www.kent.ac.uk/employabilitypoints/sponsors/sponsor-profiles/Lilford-gallery.html
The Lilford Gallery are providing two work experience placements (1 day per week, 12 weeks) where the candidate will be involved in art curating, research on artists, sales training, stock and database management and curating for events. There is also the chance that the placements will include trips to artist’s studios.
Please note, this will only be available for students with a strong interest in the arts. Applicants must have reached the prerequisite employability points to apply for these posts. Please go via Employability Points.
The placement will be in either the Canterbury or Folkestone gallery.
Actors wanted – 4 (1 male and 3 female) or (2 male and 2 female)
Character description –
Oli (male) – a soft, quiet character who sports a strong tough physique. He someone who is struggling with what to do after uni. The uncertainty causes anxiety in him and creates friction between him and his girlfriend (Alex).
Alex (female) – a strong and well-spoken girl who has a plan for almost everything, her flaw is her unwillingness to change her plans for anyone. She loves her boyfriend but is unsure of how to deal with his problems and this causes her to think about the future they have.
Ezra (female/male) – A happy-go-lucky character who is dating Morgan. She/he is the adult within their relationship and also within the group dynamic. She/he offers wise words that more often than not get ignored by the ones she offers them too which causes hints of frustration.
Morgan (female) – A girl who cherishes her alcohol a little too much, rarely seen without a drink in her hand. She refuses to admit she has a problem and brushes off any forms of sympathy offered her way. She loves her girlfriend (Ezra) and her other 2 friends so much, she would do anything to help them, but refuses the help herself.
Dates of filming – Week 20.
Commitment of time required – 3 days shoot
Dates of auditions – 2 & 3 March 2017 ( AUDITIONS IN Jarman 6 on Friday between 3-4pm PLEASE COME UP )
Please contact : Sammy Bradshaw (sb870) firstname.lastname@example.org
Two young males play a younger and older brother in a 3-6 minutes short film.
Mark, a young student, lives with his older brother Paul, who has just returned from the army. The two brothers organise their lives together. Until, one day, Mark receives a letter that affects him to the core.
No dialogue will be required from the two performers.
Shooting planned to be on 28th February, 1st,4th,7th,8thof March.
If you are interested, please let me know.
07599465951- Ian Cardinali email@example.com
Humanities Winter Ball! Join us for the first ever collaborated event by the Humanities Societies!
This is sure to be a classy event! With live music from LIAM JACKSON and THE LOVELESS FEW, a DJ from Kent Union’s DJ society, a free alcoholic (or non-alcoholic) drink on arrival and a bar serving you cocktails and mocktails, we will be celebrating the winter season in style!
Dress code: formal
Venue: Darwin Conference Suite
Time: 8: 30 till’ late!
EVERYONE WELCOME! Regardless of subject choice 🙂
Tickets are only £6.50. Buy them on the Kent Union page for the History Society https://www.kentunion.co.uk/organisation/6493 or from Mandela Reception
27th International Week of young theatre – ARENA FESTIVAL of ART Germany are calling for submissions. They are looking forward to diverse applications in the International Week of young theatre – ARENA FESTIVAL of ART Germany are calling for submissions. They are looking forward to diverse applications in the field of drama, dance, experimental and performance art.
Applications can be sent via email or mail deadline 15 January 2017. Go to www.arena-festival.de
The festival is organized by students of the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen Nurnberg on a voluntary basis but they can offer artists’ travel expenses, accommodation and care allowance but no wages.
The theme for 2017 is PRISM: Shifting Perspectives
“Arena 2017 will enable an international exchange of performances, dance and theatre. Providing a platform to trigger this change in perspective. Intercultural artistic exchange is a prism, as a light refractor, as a perception shifter. Are you ready to see what is around the corner?”
Date of Festival 21 – 25 June 2017 in Erlangen Germany
Great student ROH Membership includes post show talks at the Gulbenkian Café after Royal Opera House opera or ballet screenings, and ticket giveaways on the ROH UKC facebook page.
Students signed up to the scheme can enjoy the following perks at the ROH itself…
- Over 10,000 dedicated Student tickets
- 1 entire performance of Frankenstein
- 10 Slips and Standing tickets for every single main stage performance at face value (usually £4-£9)
- 4 Dedicated Amphitheatre performances
- 2 tickets for £10 at participating cinemas
- Dedicated booking days for each Booking Season
- Last minute £10 Student Standby tickets
- Discounts in our bars and reduced price programmes on Student Amphitheatre evenings
- A price range from £1 to £25 on Student Tickets
- Twitter here https://twitter.com/roh_ukc?lang=en-gb to see information about ROH events happening locally.
- You can like the University of Kent ROH Students facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/ROHStudentsUKC/
- Students can sign up to the scheme (which is totally free) by visiting this link http://www.roh.org.uk/for/rohstudents/whats-in-it-for-me