Arts Marketing Graduate Internship

August 21, 2014 by

Arts Marketing Graduate Internship

6 Months – Paid

Women & Theatre and The Other Way Works are recruiting an Arts Marketing Intern.

This paid Internship offers a creative graduate hands-on arts marketing experience working on a variety of projects for two Birmingham-based theatre companies.

Women & Theatre deliver high quality participatory projects and produce new theatre of contemporary relevance that reflects the lives and experiences of ordinary people, giving voices to those who are not usually heard. www.womenandtheatre.co.uk

The Other Way Works create playful theatre that immerses our audiences in the story.
We are part of a new wave of theatre makers re-inventing the way people engage with culture. We do this by creating intimate environments that offer our audiences agency, which can provoke them to change the way they live their lives. www.theotherwayworks.co.uk

Working as a valued member of our small staff teams, the successful Intern will have plenty of opportunity to use their creative design and marketing talents to help raise the organisations’ profiles, and increase levels of marketing activity. Duties will include: developing print and digital marketing materials; implementing marketing campaigns for creative and fundraising projects; updating websites and social media feeds.

Key Information
6 month Internship starting in September 2014
30 hours a week, Tuesday-Friday (2 days a week with each organisation)
£ Minimum Wage
Predominantly office based in Moseley, Birmingham (both organisations based at this office)

Key Dates
Deadline for Applications: 12pm Tuesday 9th September 2014
Interviews: Tuesday 16th September 2014
Start date: Tuesday 30th September 2014

Apply
To apply for this position contact Women & Theatre on info@womenandtheatre.co.uk
Alternatively, please contact your work coach at your jobcentre and quote LMS reference: ERG 30125.

This paid internship is supported by the Creative Employment Programme.

There are certain criteria you must meet in order to be eligible to apply for a Creative Employment Programme funded internship. At the time of applying you must be aged 18 to 24 years old and you must be registered as unemployed with Jobcentre Plus. These eligibility criteria have been approved by the Department of Work and Pensions.

Women & Theatre and The Other Way Works are equal opportunities employers, who are actively seeking to employ people currently under-represented in the creative and cultural sector. This includes young people, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities.

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Bandstand featured as one of “10 digital arts projects we love” by Sync

November 22, 2013 by

We were very excited to find out that our Bandstand project has been selected by Sync as one of their recent “10 digital arts projects we love”.

They said:

“it’s a beautiful way of finding new ways to read these historic spaces through digital technology.”

You can read the full article here.

We are in rather excellent company, with other highlighted projects including Hello Lamp Post and the V&A’s recent Memory Palace Exhibition.

Bandstand in Development

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Work is underway on our current project – Bandstand.

Bandstand is a series of audio theatre experiences designed to be enjoyed in situ on a bandstand.

Check out the Bandstand microsite for blogs and updates about the project.

Avon Calling Tour Ending Soon

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We’re nearly at the end of our Spring/Summer UK tour of Avon Calling, with just one more city remaining. We’ll be in Cardiff with the
Wales Millenium Centre as part of their Blysh Festival from 6-8 July 2012.
Unusually, on the Sunday they are selling tickets to individuals for shows that they are hosting themselves, so you could still see it even if you don’t live in Cardiff yourself or can’t get a gang together.

Avon Calling Tour Continues

April 1, 2012 by

Our UK Tour of Avon Calling continues. The next few weeks we’ll in the Oxford area with Oxford Playhouse (all shows sold out). Have a look at all our upcoming dates here.

And have a peek at the review of Avon Calling in The Guardian here.

Or check out the feature about the show in The Independent here.

Avon Calling in London

March 16, 2012 by

Avon Calling hits the big smoke this weekend and next, and there are just a couple of performances left to book if you’re very quick.

The show has been picking up some great press and online attention. Check out our review on A Younger Theatre’s website and The Guardian’s Theatre Blog on our Press Page.

This weekend’s shows are part of CPT’s Sprint Festival, and next weekend we’re being hosted by artsdepot. Click here for further info and links to book.

Avon Calling 2012 Tour

February 21, 2012 by

Last weekend saw the start of our 2012 Tour of Avon Calling, kicking off in some considerable style in homes near to The Lowry, Salford.

The tour continues from March, heading to London (CPT’s Sprint Festival & artsdepot), Oxford Playhouse, Harrogate Theatre, and ending at Wales Millenium Centre’s Blysh Festival in July.

Further dates & locations in May & June are also about to be announced.

Click here for more info about dates and booking

Join Us – We are recruiting Board Members

November 28, 2011 by

The Other Way Works is currently recruiting Non-Executive (voluntary) Directors to join its Board of Directors.

This is a great opportunity for your skills and experience to make a real difference to the development of an energetic and distinctive not-for-profit arts organisation. We’re looking for people with a passion for theatre, the arts, and innovation, who will help steer, support and advocate for the company.

Click here for further info

Talking it up

November 2, 2011 by

Katie will be popping up at a couple of different events in the next few weeks.

We’ve been selected to present our Bandstand project as part of the Ideas Summit at the ISAN Biennial Conference in Glasgow on 16th November. Its a chance to let national outdoor programmers know about our plans for the project, and opportunities for them to get involved in co-commissioning new content for the platform.

She’ll also be at the Hello Culture Conference in Birmingham on 17th November on the Mobile, Location and Games panel.  The one day event will explore how the cultural sector can exploit digital technology.

Complimentary at Hatch:Fresh in Leicester 16th October

September 30, 2011 by

We’re pleased to be part of Hatch:Fresh in Leicester, which has a great line up of companies performing over an evening.

We’ll be performing Complimentary, which takes place at the bar.

Click here for info & to book (free!) tickets for the event

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