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Production Residency: Signals Ahead, Eastside Projects, 13–28 July

2012.06.28 | 0 comments
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Production Residency: Signals Ahead
Eastside Projects, 86 Heath Mill Lane, Birmingham, B9 4AR
13–28 July

During July Amsterdam based artist Uta Eisenreich is undertaking a short production residency in our second gallery. Focussing on the language of signage in the locale she will be producing and recording object moments across the entire space of the gallery.

Opening Event: Introducing Uta Eisenreich
Friday 13 July, 6.30–8pm
Final Event: A performance in 5 Acts
Friday 20 July, 6.30–8pm

For more information about Uta Eisenreich’s Production Residency at Eastside Projects click here.


Supersonic Festival – intern opportunity

2012.06.27 | 0 comments
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Supersonic needs YOU! This year, Capsule’s internationally renowned festival runs 19-21 October 2012 and there are two internship opportunities for dynamic individuals interested in learning more about the delivery of a large scale arts festival. You will receive valuable work experience and be credited as part of the Supersonic Festival core team.

Capsule are looking for a Marketing Intern to assist with the promotion of the festival and a Production Intern to assist with logistics before, during and after the event.

MARKETING INTERNSHIP

The Marketing Intern will work closely with Capsule’s Directors, assisting with the promotion of the festival. Tasks include:

- Assisting with the Supersonic marketing strategy with focus on increasing national and regional audiences

- Setting up and maintaining a festival distribution database

- Assisting with mailing list management

- Distributing promotional material as a core member of the festival street team

- Preparing suitable content for the web

- Online image collation

- Maintaining social media subscriptions including Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Last fm

- Identifying relevant press opportunities and hosting press attendees and media sponsors

- Assisting with artist/ press liaison during the festival (meet & greet/ hosting/ interviewing)

- Assisting with the coordination and supervision of the festival box office (reporting on ticket sales, compiling guest and press lists)

- Assisting with the delivery of a post-festival press report

- Organising audience feedback

PRODUCTION INTERNSHIP

The Production Intern will work closely with Capsule’s Directors and Operations Manager assisting them with the production before, during and after the festival to include:

- Production and co-ordination of commissions and partner events

- Understanding the operations of the festival. Layouts, stalls, staff, suppliers, equipment

- Preparation and set-up of festival production office

- Co-ordination of festival volunteers

- Site layout, risk assessment, health and safety and production manual

- Aspects of Artists Liaison (catering, accommodation, travel)

- Liaise with site stalls, catering and film crew access

- Site set up and maintenance (Install, de-rig, signage, cleanliness)

- Organising after festival party

- Evaluation management

- Delivery of an evaluation report post festival

- Undertake other tasks as necessary and directed by Festival staff.

Please note, unfortunately we can only receive applications from people over 18 years of age. For more info please contact admin@capsule.org.uk with ‘Marketing Internship’ or ‘Production Internship’ as the subject title. You will then receive more information on the role and details for application.

The deadline for applications is Monday 16th July and interviews will be held on Tuesday 24th July. The successful candidates will begin the internship in August.


Lunch Club | Eastside Projects, 28 June, 1–2pm

2012.06.22 | 0 comments
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Lunch Club
Eastside Projects, 86 Heath Mill Lane, B9 4AR
Thursday 28 June, 1-2pm

Escape your desk or studio for an hour and join us for lunch. Everyone is welcome. We have an array of tea, coffee and herbal teas – all you need to bring is your packed lunch.

http://eastsideprojects.org/events/


Hooky Street Press writing talk # 1 | Eastside Projects, 4 July

2012.06.20 | 0 comments
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Hooky Street Press writing talk # 1: Dr Paul McDonald
Eastside Projects, 86 Heath Mill Lane, B9 4AR
Wednesday 4 July, 6.30–8pm

Dr Paul McDonald, course leader for creative and professional writing at Wolverhampton University, will explore how classic theories of humour can be made relevant to writers.

Hooky Street Press is a new art-writing project co-ordinated by Chris Poolman. The project brings together artists, writers, academics and comedians in developing a model of art-writing that draws upon methodologies from comical writing genres outside of art.

The project includes talks, a symposium, conference and the inaugural Art-World Pun Off Championships. These events are designed to provide a framework for the creation of an art-writing group. This will hopefully attract writers from different disciplines outside of art interested in the wider implications of the project.

For more information please see: www.hookystreetpress.com

http://eastsideprojects.org/events/


There is no Script for This | Eastside Projects, 27 June, 6.30–8pm

2012.06.20 | 0 comments
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There is no Script for This
Eastside Projects, 86 Heath Mill Lane, B9 4AR
Wednesday 27 June, 6.30–8pm

Entrance: £4 / £2 / Free to Extra Special People

What do people do when they leave art school? How do you begin to develop a career in the visual arts? How long does it take to achieve momentum and then escape velocity? And then how do you maintain it? Drawing from the ESP network of artists, writers, curators and designers this informal event will give students, recent graduates and emerging practitioners a chance to quiz people at different stages of their careers as they talk about highs, lows and pivotal moments during their first years out of art school.

Including presentations from An Endless Supply (design studio) Beth Bramich (curator and Eastside Projects (EP) Distribution assistant), Ruth Claxton (artist and EP Director), Bethan Lewis (artist, educator and EP Operation Assistant), Joanne Masding (artist and Director of The Lombard Method), Gavin Wade (artist-curator and EP Director), Joe Welden (artist, musician and EP Production Assistant) and more.

For more information about Extra Special People click here.

http://eastsideprojects.org/events/


New Art West Midlands 2013

2012.06.15 | 0 comments
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