FESTIVAL.ORG employs a year round team of full-time staff, as well as seasonal staff at all of our events, including GDIF. All current job vacancies are listed below.
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We are looking for an attentive, dynamic Production Assistant to support on the delivery of GDIF 2022. The Festival requires support on key production tasks through the pre-production and on site phases of the project.
This is a development role so we aren’t expecting you to have years of experience, just a commitment to the project and an eagerness to learn on the job.
Job title: Production Assistant
Reports to: Head of Production
Contract: Freelance contract from June – October. Part time scaling up to full time.
Fee: £4,000 total freelance fee. (£100 day rate)
Application deadline: Tuesday 10 May
Purpose of Role: To support production across GDIF 2022.
Full details on the role including information on how to apply can be found in the application pack.
For any enquiries regarding this post please contact Ellie at email@example.com
Volunteers are the face of the festival, carrying out a number of important roles.
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Most of our conversations with artists evolve over a long period of time and there isn’t a formal application process for presenting your work at GDIF or being commissioned as part of the Festival. However, we collaborate with a variety of national partners on some projects which offer commissioning opportunities via open call – discover more below.
Stomping Ground is a commissioning group comprised of The Place, FESTIVAL.ORG, DanceXchange, and Glasgow Tramway. We are interested in supporting compelling ideas that are visually striking and engage across a broad audience base. The commission is built towards investing in artists interested in the development of ambitious, high-quality work, created for outdoor spaces that can grab the attention & imaginations of audiences.
GDIF is a founder member of Without Walls, a consortium of the country’s leading outdoor arts and performance festivals dedicated to raising the profile of the UK outdoor arts sector on the international stage. Since 2007, Without Walls has commissioned and supported more than 100 new outdoor projects, and the consortium continues to offer annual commissioning opportunities.
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