All The Things We Could Have Been
Presented by The Permission to Perform Players...read more...
7pm - 14th December 2016
Newhampton Arts Centre, Dunkley Street, Wolverhampton WV1 4AN
Box Office: 01902 572090
'All The Things We Could Have Been' is a full-length show featuring a host of devised original performances by The Permission to Perform Players, worked into the adapted original narrative.
This is a powerful yet playful journey of Discovery; with live music, spoken word, song and comedy all woven into a tail for freedom.
Age Restriction 14+
Tickets £5 or £3 concessions.
INSIDE project update
There is now a dedicated website and blog for the INSIDE project...read more...
Visit the new INSIDE project website for updates and regular blog entries. Click HERE to visit the website.
Daniel Regan, one of the comissioned artists working alongside Antonia Attwood, says "We've updated the INSIDE blog with some thoughts and images from day one of our recent trip in the Peak District."
You can also find out more information about INSIDE and project partners, on the relevant page of the DASH website.
Assistant Administrator Vacancy
Live & Local are seeking a full time Assistant Administrator...read more...
£18,376 (Full time/ 35hours per week/ flexitime).
Live & Local are seeking a full time Assistant Administrator who will undertake administrative tasks in relation to running the office and supporting shows, events and projects. They will also be responsible for bookkeeping.
You should be an efficient and enthusiastic worker with good organisational, communication and computer skills, with good written English and numeracy abilities. Previous office administration experience and enthusiasm for the arts is essential.
Deadline: Noon, Monday 5th December 2016
Interviews: Thursday 15th December 2016
Starting: w/c 16th January 2017
Application: Via online application form only. Application pack available for download on our jobs page: www.liveandlocal.org.uk
'Me & You' Project
The last year of the 'Me & You' Project!read more...
We are now entering into the last year of funding for our 'Me & You' Big Lottery funded project. The project is aimed at young people between the ages of 15 to 25 with a physical disability, special need, learning difficulty, behavioural disorder or debilitating illness.
The 'Me & You' programme is an opportunity for these young people to discover new interests and learn new skills by engaging in positive outdoor activities.
- "I felt happy on the project - when I did practical things I was able to concentrate really well"
- "The project has made me think about the possibility of working outdoors in the future"
- "The project has given me the confidence to believe I can be who I want to be!"
Having learnt photography skills for the first time on the 'Me & You' programme, Gregory Campbell and Sian Bebb were both winners in the Albrighton Trusts Summer Photography Competition.
As well as daily sessions learning horticulture, conservation & wildlife and angling, participants are now learning basic skills in woodcraft and photography.
The 2017 programme dates can be found by clicking here.
Citizens Advice Shropshire
Request from Citizens Advice Shropshire for help with research...read more...
Citizens Advice Shropshire have asked us to circulate this link to an anonymous survey which is part of work they are doing to understand the impact recent changes in adult social care legislation (the Care Act) has had on Shropshire residents, funded by a research grant from Healthwatch Shropshire.
The survey is open until December 31st, and you can respond to it at:
Daughters of Fortune
An exciting new project exploring learning-disability and parenthood...read more...
It is a project about humanity, of human experience. It aims to resonate with everybody, with or without a disability. Everybody was a child, everybody has a mother, every body has a belly button to prove it.
The issue of learning disability parenthood is complex. Medical experts, geneticists, social workers, council officers and advocates have all been involved in the creation of Daughters of Fortune. The most important people involved however are the learning-disabled parents who have kindly shared their real life stories with us.
The Daughters of Fortune Family includes three major productions:
- Anna: An interactive forum theatre piece
- Mia: A national touring production
- Zara: A site-specific, large scale, outdoor spectacle
The Daughters of Fortune Family will continue to grow over the next 18 months so keep checking back here to follow the development of the project.
Mind-The-Gap are performing Daughters of Fortune next week at The Arena Theatre Wolverhampton on the 9th and 10th of November.
Disability filmmaking workshop
New and Emerging Deaf & Disabled Film Talent, 104 films workshop...read more...
This programme is in partnership with Stop Play Record and is supported by Creative Skillset's Film Skills Fund, with BFI's Film Forever National Lottery fund
Date: Thursday 17th November 2016
Venue (click address for map):
Time: 11:00am to 5:00pm
About our Workshop:
104 films Workshop for New and Emerging Deaf & Disabled Film Talent supported by Creative Skillset and in partnership with STOP PLAY RECORD is a first step for emerging Deaf & Disabled film talent wanting to make films or develop a career in the film industry.
It allows participants to connect with 104 films and the STOP PLAY RECORD programme and to develop with us on our talent ladder.
The Workshop will offer a Masterclass on short film-making and an Introduction to Directing Workshop. We will introduce you to the work of 104 films and talk to you about developing your career and skills.
We will be joined by executives from STOP PLAY RECORD who will discuss the short film opportunities offered by their Random Acts short film programme.
The Workshop is free of charge.
About 104 films:
104 films are the world leaders in disability cinema. We have made eight feature films including Special People, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, I Am Breathing and Notes on Blindness and over sixty short films with Deaf & Disabled film talent. We run a raft of training and development programmes for Deaf & Disabled film talent.
Our aims are to make a tectonic difference in the representation of Deaf & Disabled film talent in front of and behind the camera and to enable the voice of disabled film talent in the cinema mainstream.
About Stop Play Record:
STOP PLAY RECORD is a programme of screenings, workshops and events open to anyone interested in filmmaking. The series introduces audiences to a range of professionals from different creative sectors who work with moving image.
Each year STOP PLAY RECORD supports the planning and production of 24 short films with young people aged 16–24 who are based in London.
Films commissioned by STOP PLAY RECORD have the chance to be included as part of the Channel 4 Random Acts series.
You will be disabled and based in London or the South-East. You will want to make films and / or to develop a career in the film industry.
The workshop is aimed at talent looking to make their first professional short film but we welcome all applications including those working in wider creative sectors. If you are driven to express yourself in film we will welcome your application.
How to Apply:
If this is of interest to you please let us know by e-mailing our Workshop Co-ordinator Polly Perkins via: email@example.com
Let us know a bit about you – about your experience in film-making or creative work of any kind, what you might like to do and why the workshop is of interest to you. A CV is useful but a passionate paragraph is fine.
Please also let us know if you have any access or communication requirements or any issues making this application.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Borderlines Film Festival 2017
Calling all young, UK-based film-makers aged 16-24!read more...
Rural Media has teamed up with Borderlines Film Festival 2017 to create the Best Short Film Award for Breakthrough Talent.
We're on the lookout for new film-makers... the deadline for submissions is 16th December so you'll need to get your skates on!
All the finalists will have their films screened at the festival as part of a 'celebration of young talent' event and a panel of film industry professionals will select the winner, who will receive £500 in prize money.
Borderlines Film Festival, the UK's largest rural film festival based in Herefordshire and Shropshire, will be celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2017 and Rural Media, a Herefordshire based production company and charity producing award-winning films and digital arts projects, have joined together to celebrate and give a new platform for first time and emerging film-makers.
We love film in all its glorious forms, from animation to drama, gritty documentaries to experimental hybrid work. The films should be no longer than 15 minutes (including credits) and although the film-maker must be UK based, as long as English subtitles are used, the films can be in any language. We are after current material so your film needs to have been made between August 2015 and the submission date.
To enter, please go to ruralmedia.co.uk/charity/best-short-film-award There is a submission fee of £25.00 which can be paid via Paypal, cheque or bank transfer. Please note any submissions received without the £25 fee will not be considered.
For initial submission, films should be sent either via a password protected link, a file transfer service such as WeTransfer or via a hard drive to the Rural Media offices.
The deadline for submissions is 6pm on Friday 16th December 2016. Borderlines Film Festival takes place from 24th Feb until 12th March 2017 and we'll let you know whether you have been successful or not before the Festival programme goes live.
Rural Media is a Hereford-based production company and charity producing award-winning films and digital arts projects. Founded over 25 years ago by CEO Nic Millington, we have a reputation, locally and nationally, for telling powerful stories from unheard voices and nurturing creative talent.
Borderlines film festival is the UK's largest rural film festival. Based in Herefordshire and celebrating their 15th Anniversary in 2017
Four Corners' - new training schemes, which are free/highly subsidised by Creative Skill set...read more...
DIT Skills Workshop:
£160 + VAT
These workshops provide two-day, intensive hands-on training courses for Camera assistants and other camera department professionals seeking to upskill in DIT. This course is funded by Creative Skill set. For more information, please visit: http://www.fourcornersfilm.co.uk/DIT-skills-workshops
Digital Film Skills:
Digital Film Skills offers free, specialist training in digital technologies in camera and post-production, with follow-on support. It is funded by Creative Skillset. The scheme runs January-February 2017. For more information, please visit: http://www.fourcornersfilm.co.uk/digital-film-skills
ZOOM: Futures In Creative Media is a practical, industry-level training scheme in digital video production. The next course begins January 2017 offering 6 weeks of film training. For more information, please visit: http://www.fourcornersfilm.co.uk/ZOOM-futures-in-creative-media