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Job: Senior Programme, Sheffield Doc/Fest

Sheffield Doc/Fest is offering the opportunity for a Senior Programmer to join its senior management team. The Senior Programmer is responsible for curating the Festival’s film programme, alongside the Festival Director; for devising and delivering film events; for fundraising activity to support the Films team; for supporting filmmakers and developing audiences during the Festival and year-round.

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Womxn SRSLY Open Call

Womxn SRSLY ​champions unique and challenging performance through platforms and networking support and aims to create a safe space for artists to share their ideas and experiences and now, they're launching an open call for proposals for their next platform at The Yard Theatre on Thursday 3rd October.

 

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Workshop with Anton Mirto: 'I know, but when you ask me I don’t'

Artist, Anton Mirto is researching her next new work, centred on finding ways for our Soul / Spirit to show up or be activated!

Through simple improvisations, movement, making and play, we will:

- Invigorate sensory awareness and re-connect with our inner self.
- Support each-other’s sense of unity, spontaneity and strength.
- Explore making the invisible, visible.

Anton's workshop is open to everyone from age 9-99! No previous experience necessary.

Workshops will be taking place at:

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Earth Strike - General Strike to Save the Planet 2019

Earth Strike is the grassroots movement demanding immediate climate action from governments and corporations worldwide, and on the 27th September, on the anniversary of Silent Spring - the book that kick-started the environmentalist movement - Earth Strike will begin their General Strike to Save the Planet!

Here's what they have to say:

The world’s leading climate scientists have warned us that we have until 2030 to prevent temperature increases from exceeding 1.5°C. That’s a little over a decade – by environmental standards, the blink of an eye.

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The People's Moon

The People’s Moon is a creative project to mark the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing in a unique way. We’re producing giant Photo Mosaics, Moon and Mars Maps, Historical Footage of the Apollo 11 landing to the day and moment it happened July 20 at outdoor iconic global locations, giving everyday people a chance to be a part of it and walk on the Moon. Augmented reality and 3D selfie installations will also appear at People’s Moon events and activations until 2024.

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Loire Bucket List

Throughout the month of June, Loire Valley Wines calls upon all you urban adventurers to discover a different side of London with the Loire Bucket List's self-guided routes, taking you around secret spots, beautiful places, wonderful discoveries, with a multifarious selection of partner venues along the way for a lovely glass of wine.

Each self-guided route will be paired with a certain wine. Crémant lifts you up with amazing views, Rosé encourages you to don some rose tinted romantic specs and Sauvignon Blanc is all about the terroir (the green spaces, to you or I).

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Job: Marketing Team Leader - Village Underground

Position: Full Time (42.5 hours/week)
Salary: from £32,000 depending on experience
Start: 5pm Tuesday 11 July 2019
Deadline for Application: Tuesday 11 June

Are you passionate about music and arts, and are able develop and deliver strategies to increase attendance, develop audiences and grow Village Underground's profile? Then look no further.

About the Role

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Survey: Migrants in Culture - impact of Hostile Environment on the Cultural Sector? Your workplace. Your experience.

Migrants in Culture are a support network and action group that holds the cultural sector accountable to migrants, citizens of colour and all other people being impacted by the immigration regime, in workplaces and neighbourhoods.

Using their skills and resources, Migrants in Culture aim to change the way the cultural sector operate, and organising justice in a hostile environment.

Here's what Migrants in Justice have to say:

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