Stellar Quines is looking for an Emerging Creative Practitioner to join its team and support the facilitation of its Younger Quines drama group in Leven. Young Quines brings young women together to explore their ideas and experiences through theatre-making. Young people who are non-binary, trans or exploring their gender identity are also welcome.
Young Quines offers free drama groups for 14-18 year olds, weekly in Leven and in Kirkcaldy. There is also a Younger Quines group in Leven for 8-12 year olds.
They are looking for a new person to join their team at Younger Quines in Leven. The role will be working with a Creative Practitioner to support the facilitation of a space that focuses on collaboration and co-creation, ensuring the young people are embedded in the planning and implementation of all activities.
This freelance position is available from February to the end of June 2023. The fee is £180 for one day per week, during term-time, a total of 21 weeks (£3780). They are keen to receive applications from people based in Fife who have experience of the communities in which we are working.
They welcome applications from emerging creative practitioners or established artists looking to develop their participatory arts practice. This role is open to emerging artists/practitioners of any age. They are committed to supporting you in developing your practice through training and support.
Stellar Quines is part of Creative Scotland’s Culture Collective project in the delivery of Young Quines. This provides them with a rich network for the development of Young Quines.
HOW TO APPLY
If this sounds exciting to you then please visit their website for a full job description and application form at https://stellarquines.co.uk/about/work-with-us/young-quines-emerging-creative-practitioner. If you require this information in a different format or require any access support to apply, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 10am, 10 December 2022
ABOUT STELLAR QUINES
Stellar Quines is an intersectional feminist theatre company; using theatre as a creative, social and political lens to work towards greater gender equity. As intersectional feminists, their work addresses gender inequality and how this interacts and overlaps with other forms of social, economic and political inequality to create different kinds of discrimination.
Stellar Quines is always looking to work with people who believe in their vision and mission. They encourage applications from people who experience inequality because of their gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age, class, ability and disability, sexuality and/or religion
For further information, please contact email@example.com or visit https://stellarquines.co.uk/about/work-with-us/young-quines-emerging-creative-practitioner