2020 has been a year of terrible disruption to normal life. The covid-19 pandemic has caused personal and economic misery for huge numbers of people across the UK. In the grand scheme of things, the cancellation of festivals and events has been the least of many people’s worries, despite the enjoyment many of us get from attending festivals, events and live sporting and cultural occasions and performances. There have been many more pressing issues to consider in 2020 than festivals and events. More information here.
Upland are looking for young people with an interest in learning craft skills! More information here. A chance for a small group of young people to be tutored intensively for 23 days by a professional maker to learn new skills and to develop their own practice. This year you will be able to experience hands-on learning with skilled jeweller, Lisa Rothwell-Young.
Theatre Royal Dumfries are recruiting for the following positions:
Education and Youth Engagement Officer – 21 hours per week
The Education and Youth Engagement Officer will be responsible for the management and development of Theatre Royal Dumfries’ commitment to working with young people.
Housekeeper – 16 hours per week
The housekeeper will carry out cleaning and housekeeping duties, as allocated by the Business Administrator to a high standard in a safe and efficient manner.
For more information please visit www.theatreroyaldumfries.co.uk/vacancies
Closing date: Saturday 28th November at 5pm
Elektronika, producers of Big Burns Supper, Dumfries Carnival & Carlisle Fringe are looking to commission freelance costume / prop makers as part of the project Dumfries Carnival which we are working on during the current Covid restrictions. More information here.