East Lothian Council Arts Service and Brunton Theatre Trust delivers inclusive, accessible and professional arts activities to all East Lothian residents in the form of school holiday programmes, weekly workshops and community arts projects. We are looking to increase and update our database of freelance arts practitioners who can deliver workshops in music, drama, dance and a variety of visual arts and crafts disciplines and have experience of arts engagement. We welcome general applications and also workshop proposals.
Qualifications and Experience:
Degree Qualification in a relevant subject or minimum 3 years demonstrable relevant experience.
Experience of engaging individuals and communities in arts activities
An understanding of the value of arts engagement for individuals and communities
Current PVG scheme member. Will be required to join ELC PVG scheme
Must have own Public Liability Insurance, Unique Tax ref number and be registered as a sole trader
The Lammermuir Festival returns to East Lothian this spring and is looking for singers and actors to join our new community musical, Catriona and the Dragon. Join us now and perform alongside three of Scotland’s top professional singers, a huge orchestra of professional players and musicians from East Lothian schools, with conductor Sian Edwards, director Laura Attridge and chorus director Moira Morrison.
Queen Catriona is the reluctant ruler of the Kingdom of Beagland, terrorised by a fearsome dragon who lives beyond the Bridge to Nowhere. Will Catriona find the courage to go over the Bridge to confront her worse fears and to fight the dragon? Can she persuade her people to change their ways?
How to get involved?
To join our Children’s Chorus and help Catriona conquer the Dragon living beyond the Bridge to Nowhere and who is terrorising the land, register HERE
And why not persuade any grown-ups to join in too? They can sign up for our Adults’ Chorus HERE
Rehearsals start 18th March!
For further details and links to our registration and all application forms:
NYCOS are delighted to be delivering a FREE Singing and Signing (BSL) training event in Glasgow on Saturday 4th March at Maryhill Burgh Halls. This event marks the launch of the Erasmus+ Presto website which is full of free resources for choral leaders and classroom teachers.
Training the Community Musician (TTCM) 2023 is a two-day event delivered by Sound Sense in partnership with the University of Aberdeen. This year it will be hosted by Sage Gateshead.
As in previous years, TTCM 2023 will embrace an ethos of provocation and inclusivity. They’ll be asking Where are we now? What comes next? with respect to training and developing community music practitioners.