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Volunteer assistant- 

Required for Wriggle Dance Project in Corby Schools

Are you interested in dance or the wider arts? Would you like to gain experience of working with Reception and KS1children?

Wriggle are looking for a volunteer assistant, to assist with the set up and running of 4 screenings days in Corby schools of their interactive film 'Squidge', a film about our sense of touch made for children 3-8yrs.

This opportunity would suit a recent graduate looking to gain experience in working in the arts, or someone who is generally interested in Wriggles work and would just like to get involved.

 

The role

The volunteer will be required to:

  • Assist with the loading in / out of the projector and interactive seating at each school

  • Assist with the set-up of the film and seating before each screening

  • Assist with cleaning and re-setting the props into the interactive boxes between each screening

  • Collect comments and feedback from children and teachers at each school

  • Collect the required monitoring data at each school

  • Take some photos at each screening to be used as part of the project evaluation

    Dates

  

The screenings will take place on the following dates:

Tues 22nd March 2022 8.30am – 4pm Greenfields Primary School

Weds 23rd March 2022 8.30am – 4pm Kingswood Primary Academy

Mon 28th March 2022 8.30am – 4pm Hazel Leys Primary School

Tue 29th March 2022 8.30am – 4pm Corby Primary Academy

 

To Apply

Email: lucy@wriggledancetheatre.co.uk briefly outlining your interests in the project, and any relevant

experience

Deadline: Friday 25th Feb

Producers - we need you!

Wriggle are seeking an exceptional Producer to join the team.

 

This is a part-time freelance position aimed at managing the programming of ‘Squidge’ the interactive dance film for ages 3-8 and families. Working closely with the Co-directors, the role includes finding new avenues for programming the film across the UK and internationally, developing new partnerships, programming and co-ordinating the delivery of both in-venue and at home screenings of ‘Squidge’. 

It is anticipated that the programming of ‘Squidge’ the film will run between Feb and Dec 22, alongside a touring period of the live show (March-May 22) in order to increase access to the work, targeting specific areas that the live show will not be able to reach. 

The role is flexible over a period of 10 months and would suit a freelance producer who is able to independently work from home, with the majority of the work taking place remotely, but the possibility for face-to-face meetings when required. The candidate would need to have access to their own computer, good internet and any other relevant equipment needed. 

 

Please see the attached brief for job description and application details.