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DAO National Disability Arts Bulletin
This bulletin is a free bi-monthly service promoting details of the most recent events and jobs / opportunities within the disability arts field.
For more events and jobs / opportunities, please go directly to the listings pages on the DAO website
National events listings:
The inspirational and entertaining StopGAP Dance Company presents its new double bill, Trespass at Quay Arts, Isle of White
18/11/2010 - 03/12/2010
With the theme Objects of Curiosity and Desire, DaDaFest brings artists from across the globe to Liverpool to showcase and celebrate the best in Disability and Deaf Arts
A dance triple bill, celebrating femininity at RichMix. The performance includes PrefaceMorn - an integrated physical theatre and contemporary dance company headed by visually impaired and disabled choreographer Niall Cullen. At Bethnal Green, London
Candoco are interested in exploring the impact of a large intergenerational group of performers at Greenwich Dance, London
StopGAP Dance Company presents its new double bill, Trespass at the Robin Howard Dance Theatre, The Place, London
Artists experienced in selling their art, offer a seminar programme of examples, tips and some sad and funny tales of what to do and what not to do.
Join CoolTan Arts Largactyl Shuffle, a fun guided cultural walk through Southwark designed to encourage mental and physical well-being, through art, exercise, humour and history, de-stigmatizing mental distress - at Maudsley Hospital, London
Little Voices Starring David Bower & Rebecca Hurst on BBCs See Hear programme
Thalia Theatre's 7th annual performance at the Norwich Playhouse is a mysteriously poetic piece of physical theatre.
The inspirational and entertaining StopGAP Dance Company presents its new double bill, Trespass
National jobs and opportunities listings:
Location: Arts Council England South East Office, Brighton | Closing date: 18 November 2010
Remuneration: Salary £29,000 pro-rata per annum + benefits Contract: Permanent (job share) working 17.5 hours, 2.5 days a week
The South East has a strong cultural offer, being the home to many of the country's leading arts organisations. We are looking for an experienced arts professional who recognises the strength of having a diverse arts infrastructure, understands the condit
Location: Holon Lee, near Poole, Dorset | Closing date: 19 November 2010
Remuneration: To be discussed.
Paid residency for deaf/disabled artist at Holton Lee.
Location: Telford, West Midlands | Closing date: 19 November 2010
Remuneration: Fee: £6750 for a 24 week contract (2.5 days per week) between December 2010 & early June 2011
Arty Party are looking for an experienced project coordinator to be responsible for delivering the final six months of our ambitious 3 Year lottery funded Work+Play programme
Location: London | Closing date: 25 November 2010
Remuneration: The event is being put on 100% through voluntary efforts, so we would be asking you to donate both time & expenses in kind.
We need event volunteers and performers for 'The Start of Something Wonderful' on Sat 27th Nov 2010. It's a fundraising Music & Creative Arts Event in Support of Disability Network Hounslow (DNH) and launching their new programme called Connect & Create
Location: London | Closing date: 25 November 2010
Remuneration: Salary £20,550 plus benefits (full time, fixed term contract to 30 June 2011, immediate start possible)
Shape is looking for a focused, confident and highly professional coordinator to be responsible for project work as part of Shape’s annual programme of projects and activities for disabled and deaf artists, participants, employees and audiences. Shape a
Location: Glasgow, Scotland | Closing date: 3 December 2010
The 9th Helen Keller International Award has now officially opened for entries. Open to any artist, the competition invites entries that focus on exploring the senses and challenging perceptions of deafblindness
The UK Film Council is offering one British Director from a diverse community within the UK, the unique opportunity to participate in Tribeca All Access (TAA) which takes place in New York, April 25th - 29th 2011
Location: Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire | Closing date: 10 December 2010
Remuneration: Successful candidates will receive a tax-free training allowance of £300 per week and financial support will be available to assist with travel, child or dependent care costs.
The Production Guild is pleased to announce that applications are now welcome for the seventh Assistant Production Accountant Training Scheme at Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire
Location: Bristol and the South-West | Closing date: 31 December 2010
Remuneration: Each arts writer will receive a bursary of £750 to spend three months, working one day per week developing their writing skills and understanding of online media.
DAO is looking for individuals with a range of experience and interests. From January to March 2011, we intend to develop a small group of deaf/ disabled/ survivor writers from the Bristol area. Each arts writer will receive a bursary of £750 to spend th
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
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