We are recruiting for a new post! Invisible Dust is looking for an ambitious, experienced individual to join the team in the role of Marketing Manager in Scarborough.
The Marketing Manager will be responsible for the identity and public presentation of Invisible Dust, working with partners to expand our audiences and our digital impact. The role will be driving our engagement with new audiences in all aspects of our work; growing and expanding Invisible Dust’s audience locally, regionally and internationally and ensuring the company’s message is clear and consistent.
If you have a background in arts marketing and experience in digital and social media, with a keen eye for detail and excellent organisational skills, we’d love to hear from you!
To apply please send us a covering letter demonstrating how your experience meets the aspects of the job description, your CV and a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to reach us no later than 5pm on Monday 29th of January 2018.
Both your CV and cover letter should be no longer than two pages of A4 each.
Please use the job title as the subject line of the email.
Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place at Woodend in Scarborough on Wednesday 7th of February 2017.
THE FIRST IN A SERIES OF FOUR SCRIPT WRITING WORKSHOPS
'Have you a tale that's bursting to be told? Do you want to write a gripping drama or side-splitting comedy but you're not sure how to proceed? Perhaps there's a character that you'd like to explore and develop further...or maybe a theme? Or even a universe?
'Dramatic Tales for Beginners' is an all-day workshop that covers the basic nuts and bolts of script writing from the novice's perspective. By the end of this session, through tutor support, fun-filled exercises and lively peer discussion, all participants will be able to create compelling characters, explore different settings and generate their very own story and structure ideas. This 'Script Hut Saturday' event is ideal for anyone who would like to boost their confidence and develop a script writing 'toolkit' in a relaxed and friendly environment.'
Saturday 13th January 2018
The Small Room
Morning session 10 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.
Afternoon session 2.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.
£40.00 per person for the full day
(Lunch not included)
Maximum spaces available:
Other upcoming 'Script Hut Saturday' Events happening over the coming months include:
Saturday 10th February 2018 'Louder than Words'
This full-day script writing workshop, led by Alison Watt, examines the use of action and the visual in dramatic storytelling and explores how these things can help deliver a richer, more satisfying dramatic experience and reveal a greater complexity in characterisation. Looking at stage directions, subtext, the use of props and other non-speech driven techniques, this workshop, (through exercises, analysis and the participants' creative work) will examine the 'unspoken' in drama and explore how it can work most powerfully alongside dialogue as a storytelling tool.
Saturday 10th March 2018 'Create a Calling Card Script'
Small but perfectly formed. Just as the short story obeys slightly different narrative rules to that of the novel, the short play is similar but also different to the full-length drama. But what makes a 10, 15 or 20-minute play, with its limited time for plot or character development, become successful and more than just a sketch? And how does its structure relate to the structure of its lengthier cousin? In this script writing workshop, led by Alison Watt, participants will unpick the mysteries of the shorter play to release the power and punch of what can be achieved in a short period of playing time. Through tutor guidance, peer support and illuminating exercises, participants will interrogate the intensity of the dramatic short and with so many industry opportunities currently related to the shorter play out there, whether comic or tragic, surely the short play is here to stay?