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Elevate Us: Behind the Scenes @ Love Saves The Day

1st September, 18:30

The Downs, Stoke Rd, Bristol BS9 1FG

18-25 year olds

Are you 18-25 years old and keen to know more about the events and festival industry? Get a backstage tour of the Love Saves the Day festival site as it is being built and set up. Meet with industry experts and crew members, the founding directors of the festival, hear first hand how Love Saves The Day started and ask questions about how you can get into the industry. 

You also have a chance of winning a FREE Love Saves The Day ticket for yourself and a friend during this event.

Elevate Us is a series of industry networking events for those 18-25 who are aspiring creatives or simply interested in finding out more about the events and festival industry and the opportunities available.

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Jobs fair

  


Bristol 24/7 is on the lookout for a trainee reporter

Bristol24/7 is seeking a motivated full-time trainee reporter with a flair for uncovering stories and a passion for Bristol.

From covering breaking news to shining a light on communities, this is a rare opportunity for an early-career journalist to get to the heart of issues across the city and be part of a small team that’s committed to quality local journalism and providing a platform for under-reported voices.

Bristol 24/7 is offering:

  • On-the-job training, mentoring and support (with the option of progressing to NCTJ senior level qualification – all fully funded)
  • 25 days a year holiday (plus birthdays off)
  • Flexible working pattern, with the option to work in the office and at home
  • Starting salary of £19,000

FIND OUT MORE AND APPLY 

 


Creative Intern - English Touring Theatre

We are supporting a project in Bristol called, Who Is She, which is working with Limbic Cinema, The Watershed & Bristol & Bath R&D.

Who Is She is a brand-new projection mapping prototype which is being led by artists Chinonyerem Odimba & Nancy Medina, and it seeks to puts the lives, stories, myths and history of Black Women front & centre in Bristol's architectural and natural landscape. Interrogating how artists see a city, and how the very canvas of a city not only represents the past, the project also questions present thinking, and how so much is still bound in colonial structures.

 
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Rife Resident Editors Young people operating a camera

This Autumn we are inviting four Resident Editors aged between 16-30-years-old to join Rife.

As a Resident Editor you will share your specialist knowledge with a multi-disciplinary team of young creatives to help make their ideas happen. Young creatives will develop ideas in response to the themes of climate and/or community. 

The specialisms Resident Editors could share are not fixed, but should complement Rife’s output so far. Specialisms could range from poetry to local news investigation, to writing personal essays, to filmmaking, to photography. 

How to apply:

If you are interested in applying, please send either 1-2 sides of A4 OR a video or audio file (max 10mins in length to [email protected]

  • A short description of your practice 
  • Why you would like to undertake this role at Rife and what experience you bring 
  • Any relevant links (optional) 
  • Your name 
  • Your postcode 
  • Your email 
  • Your phone number 

 email RiFE 

 


We the Curious Visitor Experience Team

Various contracts and work patterns available including fixed hours and zero-hour contracts. All will require regular weekend availability.

£9.50 p/h Flexible to include early mornings, late evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays

WANT TO KNOW MORE? You can see the full advert for the role here.

HOW TO APPLY.

You only need to upload your CV and answer one question about your suitability for the role. If you would prefer, you can do a voice or video recording of your answer to that question and send it to [email protected]

 find out more and apply  

 

Closing date for applications: - 09 September 2021, Midnight


Prior Made Design and Fabrication Assistant

Prior Made are looking for 3 assistants to work with us in our studio and retail shop.

The first vacancy is live and the 2 others will follow in the next few weeks. 

These opportunities are ONLY available for 16 - 24 year olds who are on Universal Credits

As part of the Priormade Fabrication Team you will be assisting with the creation and selling of Priormade homeware and jewellery products, and commissions.

Find out more and apply

 

 


Hauser & Wirth Entry-level vacancies

Hauser & Wirth have vacancies for entry-level roles which are the perfect opportunity to break into the art world. 

Gallery Invigilator (permanent, part-time, multiple roles)

Front Desk Trainee (1 year contract, full time)

Make Gallery Trainee (1 years contract, full time)

Education Assistant (permanent role, full time)* NOT ENTRY LEVEL*

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The Rife Link L.A.C.E (Leadership, Authenticity and Collective Empowerment)

Streaming Thu 23 Sept 16:30-18:00 on Zoom

This event will take place on Zoom - all details to take part will be in your confirmation email. Tickets are between £0.50 and £5.00 on a pay-what-you-can scale. Please note you must be a creative aged between 18-30 and living or working in the West of England to take part.

Werkhouse is a weekend studio experience for young creatives.

It’s designed as a deep dive into the creative and interpersonal skills you need to succeed in a design studio. With 20 design professionals involved, we show participants how to rapidly develop ideas and then communicate concepts to clients. We do this with a project scenario, five teams and some real pressure - to be better prepared for what design businesses are really like.

Werkhouse 2021 will be on 20th-21st November. Applications are open!

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Looking to develop your film knowledge with guidance from industry professionals?

If you’re 16-19 years old and live in the UK, BFI Film Academy have 50 short courses available to get your career in film started!

Based all around the UK, the BFI Film Academy short courses give you the tools you need to take those first steps into the film & tv industry. We encourage people of all abilities and backgrounds to apply.

Find out more and apply

 

 


Digital Technician, BBC Studios Bristol

BBC Bristol is the home of two BBC Studios Television Units, Bristol Factual Entertainment and the Natural History Unit, producing world-renowned content from Antiques Roadshow to Seven Worlds, One Planet. These departments are supported internally by the Digital Village team who promote best practice and provide workflow advice, media management and back up.

We need a Digital Technician (DT) to join the team. We're looking for someone who has a genuine interest in our output and a passion for the technical requirements that come with TV Production. You don't necessarily need to have worked as a DT before as we'll provide training alongside our current team. Moreover, you'll have a mentor to help you develop within the role.

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Bright Green Futures, Six-month environmental training course for 16-19 year olds

Are you a young person passionate about protecting our planet? Bright Green Future is a FREE, six-month environmental training course for 16-19 year olds across the UK that fits around your existing studies/work. We particularly welcome applications from Black, brown and other minority ethnic groups, as BGF is looking to tackle underrepresentation of these groups in the environmental sector

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