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Group for Designers, design interpretors, design assistants

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The Babel Tower
interactive performance and instalation space
PQ Scenofest 2007
designed by Ian Evans and Sean Crowley
built by students from around the world

Reaching for the Heavens 2
project leader
Firenza Guidi
Ursula Belden
Madeline Sobata

photograph by Richard Finklestien

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Started by Kristoffer Huball Oct 24, 2014.

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Comment by Anna-Marie Hainsworth on June 29, 2016 at 13:03

BAY PRODUCTIONS WORLD CLASS SCENERY BUILDERS ARE SEEKING SCENIC ARTISTS

Bay Productions is looking to take on additional Scenic Painters from now until 17th July 2016 with immediate start.

 

Experience in scenic painting, texturing and carving highly beneficial however, no qualifications are necessary. 

 

Though this is a temporary position it may lead to further work within the company.

 

If interested, please contact James Charlton (Head of Paintshop) on 02920 487330 or James@bay-productions.co.uk and see www.bay-productions.co.uk for more info about the company

Comment by Laura Fay Thomas on January 21, 2016 at 12:34

PAID opportunity for Designers and Makers!

NTW TEAM would like to support Cardiff Foodbank by making the NTW office a collection point where people can drop off food donations, which will then be distributed across areas in Cardiff to people in need of emergency food.

We are looking for someone who can create the collection container, which will be used as a donation point for Cardiff Foodbank. We’d like someone imaginative to create something that will be both practical and eye catching.
Find out how to apply by clicking below . . .

http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/profiles/blogs/team-membe...

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Comment by Julia Thomas on July 23, 2015 at 17:52

Wanted: sound / video / scenic designers

Supported by The Arts Council of Wales, Canoe Theatre are looking for three designers to work on a design concept for Three Tall Women by Edward Albee.

Canoe are embarking on an R&D project to create a design concept for the play Three Tall Women by Edward Albee. The project will consist of several days of workshops at Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli, working with Director, Julia Thomas, actors and a production manager, culminating in a sharing with invited guests.

We are looking to fill the following roles:

  • Scenic Designer – must have experience of incorporating video in to a design
  • Video Designer
  • Sound Designer

Selected candidates must be available for some / all of the following dates: Friday 7th August and Monday 10th – Wednesday 12th August

Fee: £84 per day

Expenses towards travel and accommodation offered.

If you are interested, please email canoetheatre@gmail.com

 including your CV and examples of your previous work.

Comment by Kristoffer Huball on July 23, 2015 at 14:33

Hello all, just a reminder that the deadline for £180 bursaries for the 101 Outdoor Arts Week long residential program with Red Earth is next week - July 31st - After this date the workshop will be at £300 full price £250 Earlybird. All accommodation and some meals included.

Kristofferh@cornexchangenew.co.uk or 01635 582666 if you need anymore info

Comment by David Evans on July 13, 2015 at 18:45

What a brilliant opportunity - I was over there last year and the site really is extraordinary.   I would love to come but will be busy on a show but thanks for thinking of us and I hope that people are beating down your door to get into this 

Comment by Kristoffer Huball on July 8, 2015 at 13:56

Hello all, 

I'm currently working on the residency below between Monday 21st – Friday 25th September and have some bursaries available for NTW community participants. The whole week is valued at £500. Earlybird is £250 with £300 full price but I have got a bit of funding together to offer limited bursaries out at £180 if you write me a nice letter... I wanted to give people on here the first nod.

- kristoffer.huball@cornexchangenew.co.uk

101 and Red Earth invite you to join a group of 12 artists to explore and extend your practice in the context of landscape-based work.

You will be working and living together as a group over five days, free to respond to the Greenham Common landscape through both your own practice and through collaboration with the other participants.Taking Greenham Common as our starting point, we will explore how to develop work that is responsive to site, how different locations can offer inspiration through their archaeology, history, geology and ecology. Collaborative work can lead to unimagined combinations through discussion, shared practice and experimentation. This programme invites you to go beyond your comfort zone, discover new skills and collaborate with other artists to create new work, without the pressure of an audience.

This 5-day intensive will appeal to emerging and established artists and professionals working in the arts world: visual artists, performers, musicians, technicians,interested in extending their skills and practice in the context of outdoor installation/performance, and who are intrigued by the challenge of collaborating with artists working in other art-forms.  

Red Earth

With 25 years of site-specific work behind them Red Earth's approach is cross-art form, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary, their unique portfolio of work crosses several creative boundaries, with work ranging from site-specific installations to landscape-sweeping performance journeys, linked by an integrity of approach and attention to detail that makes their work unique in the world of outdoor arts. As practising artists, directors and producers they offer a wide and knowledgeable perspective on the hands-on process of creating outdoor site-specific performance.

101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space

Based on the former USAF Greenham Common cruise missile base, this 10,000sq ft warehouse with on-site fabrication workshop, artists village of twelve refurbished caravans and rehearsal facilities is a major new centre for artistic residencies, creation of new work for public spaces and innovation in site specific and outdoor performance.

Comment by Laura Fay Thomas on January 27, 2015 at 13:42

NTW TEAM are offering placements to provide training and skill development in

DESIGN,

TECHNICAL

& STAGE MANAGEMENT

on National Theatre Wales's next production in Merthyr Tydfil! Read my blog for more information and application details HERE

Comment by Ian Buchanan on October 24, 2014 at 13:53
Perdix near Salisbury are very good and cheaper than baptys but last time I used them they wanted to have one of their guys come out with the guns! Howorth and wrightson in Manchester are a regular prop company that will hire replicas (will mail them)but you have to supply them with the page from the script that mentions the use of guns and a letter head of the company, which is pretty standard for most weapon hire now. There is a shop in Jacobs market in cardiff (first floor at the back owners name is Sean Lacey )and he will hire to film and theatre and is usually very helpful. Or try Rwcmd as they are pretty tooled up!!
Comment by David Evans on October 24, 2014 at 12:30

Baptys are the main firearms people and certainly have muskets, they are London based and are not cheap, but their kit is fantastic    - you could try Welsh National Opera, they have a huge prop store and are very helpful.

Or you could try this lot http://www.theknightshop.co.uk/catalog/flintlock-musket-p-3041.html

Comment by Rhiannon Ashcroft on October 23, 2014 at 12:25

CALL FOR MUSKETS!

Hi everyone! 

Mid Powys Youth Theatre are desperately seeking 8 17th century muskets for their upcoming show.  Or anything which is musket-like.  Even if we can get our hands on 1 or 2 it would be a huge help.  

If anyone has any or knows someone who might, please let me know.

Thanks very much!!

 

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