County Sligo Youth Theatre seeks youth theatre director
Closing Date for Applications: 6 July 2009
The full time position is being offered on an initial contract for services basis for a three-year period, with annual renewal based on availability of funding.
County Sligo Youth Theatre is seeking a dynamic and experienced Youth Theatre Director to facilitate a programme of drama/ theatre workshops; to produce at least one annual County Sligo Youth Theatre production; co-ordinate and manage all activities in relation to the youth theatre including the development and implementation of policies and procedures; provide leadership and strategic direction in relation in furthering the artistic vision of the youth theatre.
The closing date for applications is 6 July 2009. Shortlisted candidates are likely to be called for interview during the week of 13 July, 2009.
- For a full job description and application form contact Jean-Marie Perinetti on 071 913 8489 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kilkenny Arts Festival seeks volunteers
Kilkenny Arts Festival is coming soon and is looking for
- All ages from 14 years
- No experience necessary
- Aged 25 years or over, with a full clean European driving licence
They're looking for reliable, enthusiastic people to help out with a wide variety of activities from 7-16 August.
For further information please contact:
Closing date for receipt of applications is 31 July
Call for submissions: 54th Corona Cork Film Festival
The Corona Cork Film Festival invites submissions for the 2009 festival. The deadline for Irish entries is 31 July 2009. Films are accepted in all catagories - shorts, features, documentaries, and in all genres - experimental, animation, live action etc.
Entry forms are available online:
Call for entries for David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Awards
Business to Arts, is calling all arts entrepreneurs who have been in business for 3 years or less to consider entering this year's David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Awards.
The prize fund available includes a cash prize, and a year of mentoring from a range of top-level businesses in all areas of business. Previous winners in the arts sector, Emergent Events, who run the Street Performance World Championships, have gone from strength to strength on the investment of time they received from the sponsors.
The winners of the David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Awards 2009 win a substantial range of prizes - €10,000 prize in cash, and mentoring and services to the value of about €90,000 from top companies.
Closing date for entries is 18 September 2009. The awards will be presented in January.
Invitation to participate in the Puppet Portal Project blogs on www.practice.ie
The Puppet Portal Project is an arts and technology project, engaging four artists in four hospitals across the country to establish a creative hub within each community, while facilitating a performing arts exchange between children in hospital.
You can read about the Puppet Portal Project and the artists' experiences in the four hospitals on the 'Projects' section of Practice.ie. You can view the blogs and images, and post a comment to Helium's artist-in-residence team:
The Puppet Portal Project is produced by Helium in partnership with the Centre for Health and Informatics, Trinity College Dublin, and in collaboration with Kids' Own Publishing Partnership.
Helium is a new national arts and health company for children and young people, specialising in multi-disciplinary, performing arts.
For further information on the project please see: