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.
Callout for Production Managers
We are looking to recruit Production Managers to help deliver individual events for this year’s festival, with experience in outdoor arts & performance.
If you’d like to apply through a different format, or discuss any aspect of the role, please contact email@example.com.
Callout for Access Managers
We are looking to recruit Access Managers to work closely with our production, access and front of house teams on site to provide exemplar inclusion for D/deaf, disabled, neurodiverse, elderly and family audiences and assume delegated responsibility for management of on-site access arrangements.
If you’d like to apply through a different format, or discuss any aspect of the role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers are the face of the festival, carrying out a number of important roles.
Check out our volunteer opportunities page.
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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