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Sky Arts Artistic Associate

JOB SUMMARY

Theatre Royal Stratford East is looking to appoint two Artistic Associates to join the Stratford East team for 12 months. The roles are designed for early-mid career creative individuals, from any creative discipline, with links for East London, as an opportunity to advance a career in theatre. At least one of these roles is for an Associate who self-identifies as D/deaf or disabled.

The Artistic Associates will work closely with the Artistic Director to generate and develop artistic ideas for Stratford East’s programme. They will imagine and support the delivery of creative projects and events, develop new and existing relationships, and support Stratford East’s network of freelancers.

DETAIL

Contract type: 12 months, freelance
Commitment: Around 6 days per month, for 12 months. The work is flexible and can be fitted around other work.
Fee: £12,000

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Application deadline: 12 noon, Mon 22 Feb 2021
Interviews will be held around 04 and 05 Mar 2021

Please send your completed application and monitoring form to recruitment@stratfordeast.com

If you have any questions regarding the Sky Arts Artistic Associate positions, or require the information in an alternative format then please contact: recruitment@stratfordeast.com 

If you’d like to read more about the Sky Arts Ambassador scheme, then read our blog here.

SALARY

£12,000 p/a Freelance

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