Daily Archives: September 5, 2017


Job Vacancy | Storyboard Revisionist with Brown Bag Films (Contract)

Application deadline: 15 October

The Storyboard Revisionist will work closely with the Senior Revisionist and or Episodic Director Animation Series. The candidate needs strong storytelling and drawing skills with an understanding of creating dynamic cameras, a good eye for framing shots as well as drawing strong character key poses and expressions on model.

Key Areas of responsibilities:

  • Work with the Senior Revisionist and or Episodic Director
  • You will be revising storyboards for a pre-school TV series/3D CGI production with best use of 3d space and camera
  • Respond efficiently to notes and be able to translate revisions during storyboard review and animatic process
  • Adhere to the quality and style of the show and make sure it is consistently achieved in your drawing
  • Meet all deadlines as determined by the Producer or Production Manager

For full job description and requirements see:
iftn.ie/jobs/filmtvjob/

www.brownbagfilms.com


Job Vacancy | 3D Animator with Brown Bag Films

Application deadline: 15 October

The Animator works closely with the Director to create a high standard of animation for broadcast.

Key Areas of responsibility:

  • Work closely with the Director to create high standard of animation for broadcast
  • Must be have strong communication skills and be willing to take notes and direction, under tight deadlines
  • Will work closely with Rigging team to troubleshoot and problem solve the rigging pipeline
  • Must work well in individually as well as part of a larger team.

Person Specification/Requirements

  • 3+ years CG Animation experience
  • Ability to problem solve and predict potential problems with assigned tasks
  • Thorough knowledge of Maya and/or 3DS Max
  • Excellent organisational and communication skills

For full job description and requirements see: iftn.ie/jobs/filmtvjob/?

www.brownbagfilms.com


Job Vacancy | Senior Motion Designer / Art Director at Windmill Lane

Deadline: 30 September

Windmill Lane is one of Ireland’s longest established content creation and post production studios. Our clients include media, advertising and communications agencies, production companies, studios, filmmakers and brands.

They are looking for a senior motionographer / designer / art director to join our busy creative team. This is an opportunity for a person with the right mix of talent, leadership and vision to really make this role their own as we seek to progress and diversify our creative capacities.

For full job description and requirements see: iftn.ie/jobs/filmtvjob/


Job Vacancy | Director of The Hunt Museum, Limerick

Deadline for receipt of applications: 15 September

The Board of the Hunt Museum is delighted to advertise the position of CEO and Director.

Housed in the historic, 18th century Custom House at the heart of the city, the Hunt Museum is a focal point of life in Limerick, sitting at the junction of the medieval old city and the Georgian quarter. The Hunt Museum exhibits one of Ireland’s greatest and world-renowned private collections of art and antiquities.

After a period of consolidation, the museum is now poised to defray considerable investment and play an even greater role in the cultural, civic and economic revival of Limerick.

This is a senior leadership role and you will be required to show commensurate experience and the ability to manage a high performing team and ensure the potential of the museum’s ambitious plans are fully realised. Your challenge will be to cement the museum’s local, national and international relevance and prominence at all levels.

For full job description and to apply visit: m.hays.ie/Job/Detail/


Job Vacancy | Brand Executive at De Montfort Fine Art, UK

This is a unique and exciting opportunity to join one of the UK’s leading commercial fine art organisations and reporting to the Creative Director, the supporting role requires the ability to identify, approach, secure and develop artists for their eclectic portfolio. A background in art is required and this must be allied to a keen commercial understanding.

You will have an eye for artistic talent and recognising what sells, and will be adept at appraising the market via galleries, exhibitions and the appraisal of artist’s submissions in order to seek out and identify potential new artists and projects.

The individual should possess both good interpersonal and administrative skills, and have a natural ability to influence and negotiate with the artists. You will be inspirational, motivational and enthusiastic both about our portfolio of artists and in your management of their work and schedules.

You will also have a flair for sales, participating in events to assist in promoting the artists and taking an active part in selling their work.

You will manage your own portfolio of artists, coordinating their production and work to campaign deadlines. You will liaise and manage the marketing for your artists aswell as assisting in developing their brand not only internally but externally, ensuring that key facts and important information on artists is circulated appropriately.

As such, you will also play a key role in facilitating the general day to day operations of DeMontfort. You will also help to manage the schedules of the artists, assisting them to plan their activities during the year.

You will be determined and target focused, able to work to tight deadlines and get results within a fast-moving, commercially diverse working environment.

Location: Lichfield, Staffordshire

For more information see: www.de-montfort-fine-art-brand-executive-fine-art

www.demontfortfineart.co.uk


Open Call | Tandem Fryslan Project, The Netherlands

Application deadline: 30 September

In 2018, Leeuwarden – capital of the Dutch province Fryslân – will be the European Capital of Culture. The theme for the Leeuwarden-Fryslân 2018 (LF2018) programme is “iepen mienskip – open community”, an approach also embraced by Tandem. This is why the organisers are joining forces with LF2018 to start a new programme: Tandem Fryslân, which will bring ideas and experiences from Frisian communities and wider Europe together.

Tandem is a cultural collaboration programme that strengthens communities and civil society in Europe. Tandem believes that the burning cultural and social questions of our times can be addressed much more creatively and effectively through inspiring learning experiences that are provided when collaborating with new organisations and across other realities and localities. Our vision is to see strong networks of creative communities and cultural change-makers emerge from this programme and to support the impact they make on their communities and regions.

Following this call for applications, up to 24 applicants (12 from Fryslân and 12 from other European regions) will be invited to the Tandem Fryslân Partner Forum. Participants will find many networking opportunities and – most importantly – their potential Tandem Partner.

Once the partnerships are formed, each “tandem” will then apply for the full programme with a specific collaboration plan and idea. Seven tandems will be selected.

All Tandems will receive a modest project/production budget (4,500 Euro) for realising their pilot project (as a ‘prototype for their future collaborations after Tandem). You can use this ‘start-up capital’ to fundraise for additional production budget in the likely case that the means provided are not sufficient for realising your project. Accommodation, meals, transportation and other necessary expenses during the programme are covered by Tandem.

For more information and application details: tandemforculture.org/stories/tandem-fryslan-call-for-applications/


Job Vacancy | Head of ‘Arts at CERN’, Switzerland

Application deadline: 24 September 2017

Head of ‘Arts at CERN’ in the International Relations Sector (IR), Education, Communications and Outreach Group (IR-ECO), Global Engagement and Exhibitions Section (IR-ECO-EN).

You will join the International Relations Sector (IR), Education, Communications and Outreach Group (ECO) that is responsible for generating public engagement in science, producing and distributing information, fostering community-building and consolidating support for CERN and its mission.

You will be part of the Global Engagement and Exhibitions Section that takes the lead in developing and implementing exhibitions, multimedia productions, online resources and other activities to inform and engage global audiences in support of CERN’s mission and of fundamental science.

This position is part of the ‘Arts at CERN’ programme, promoting dialogue and co-creation between artists and scientists at CERN. Every year, CERN hosts more than 20 renowned artists for visits and residencies between 1-3 months to create new expert knowledge in the arts.

Location: Geneva, Switzerland

For more information see: www.timeshighereducation.com/head-of-arts-at-cern-/

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VAI Workshop | Visual Artists Cafe: Introducing the Lakelands

12 October, 12pm – 5pm
Waterways Ireland, Enniskillen

FREE

This networking event brings together artists and organisations from across the Lakelands region that straddles the border. We welcome artists and arts professionals from Fermanagh and Omagh, Sligo, Leitrim, Cavan, and Monaghan to come along, share your work and build your network of peers and contacts.

Show and Tell
The purpose of Show and Tell is to allow artists to present work or concepts to each other in an informal atmosphere. The events are also designed to allow curators and artistic directors to keep up to date on what is current in artists’ studios without the need to do a large number of studio visits, as well as providing the wider general audience with an inside view of artistic practice.

Following Registration
When you have registered, you will then receive a confirmation. After this you will need to send us a copy of your presentation. 10 slides labeled and correctly sized. It is important that you rehearse your timings well as you will have only minutes to talk. Therefore we suggest that you practice practice practice. If you you have any questions then email siobhan@visualartists.ie who will be happy to help.

There are only 10 places available for the Show and Tell. However, we will operate a waiting list. If we don’t receive presentations from artists before Tuesday 3 November 2017, we will offer their place to the next person on the waiting list.

To register visit: visualartists.org.uk/professionaldevelopment


Funding | Limerick Arts and Culture Office International Mobility Award

Limerick Culture and Arts Office is delighted to announce the new International Mobility Award 2017. The objective of this scheme is to encourage international mobility and opportunities for Limerick artists and creative practitioners who wish to:

  • Pursue professional opportunities
  • Tour work
  • Develop collaborative relationships and projects
  • Network
  • Attend training opportunities which support the development of their practice and provide for knowledge transfer within the cultural sector.

This scheme is in line with the Limerick Cultural Strategy Aim and Objective 1:”To grow Limerick’s cultural capacity by retaining and attracting creative practitioners to live and work in Limerick”. To support the delivery of this objective Limerick Culture and Arts Office is actively working to encourage international mobility and touring opportunities and attract international cultural productions and artists to Limerick.

There are no formal deadlines for the International Mobility Award. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis while there is an available budget. Applicants seeking support for all eligible opportunities are advised to submit their applications as far in advance of their proposed date of travel as possible, but no later than four weeks before their proposed date of travel.

For further information see: www.limerick.ie/council/services/community-and-leisure/arts


Open Call | Limerick Festivals and Events Funding Scheme 2017

Application deadline: 28 September, 4pm

These open calls offers opportunity for funding under three strands:

  • Strand 1 – Delivery and Programming of Small and Community Focused Festivals and Events
    The maximum amount which can be applied for is €2,500
  • Strand 2 – Delivery and Programming of Medium and Large Scale Festivals and Events
    The maximum amount which can be applied for is €30,000
  • Strand 3 – Festival/Event Development and Sustainability
    The maximum amount which can be applied for is €10,000

For further information and to download the guidelines and applications forms go to: www.limerick.ie/council/services/community-and-leisure/arts/


Open Call | 2018-2019 Fulbright Irish Awards

The application deadline: 31 October, 4pm

The 2018-2019 Fulbright Irish Awards supporting Irish and E.U. citizens to study, research or teach in the USA are now open for application.

These globally-recognised and prestigious awards, operating between the United States and 155 countries, were founded by Senator J. William Fulbright in 1946 “to expand the boundaries of human wisdom, empathy and perception” through educational and cultural exchange. Fulbright Awards were first offered in Ireland 60 years ago giving rise to a rich and diverse fellowship of Irish and U.S. Fulbrighters. Their value is as evident today as it was when they were first offered.

The Fulbright Commission in Ireland is seeking applications from all disciplines – projects relating to Big Data, Sustainable Development and Diaspora Interactions are particularly welcome for selected 2018-2019 awards. This year, the Commission partners with several agencies to offer funding in the areas of Museum Studies, Health, Geoscience, Marine Studies, Agriculture, Environmental Protection, Business Innovation, Law and Irish language.

Successful candidates will receive a monetary grant, accident and emergency insurance, visa administration, cultural and professional programming, ongoing support while on their Fulbright Award in the United States, and introduction to a vast international professional and academic network.

The diversity of the 2018-2019 Fulbright Irish Awards ranges from the Fulbright-Creative Ireland Museum Fellowships – offering post-graduate students the opportunity to complete short-term research at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, the Harry Ransom Center in Austin, or the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. – to the Fulbright-HRB HealthImpact Awards, supporting health professionals to undertake research or professional development at a U.S. institution of their choice.

This Fulbright Commission in Ireland recently launched its new website and a promotional video called “Across the Waves” created by IADT student Gary Boyd. Visit www.fulbright.ie for further information and to sign up for information webinars.


Open Call | Sir Alfred Beit Research Bursary

The closing date for applications: Monday 16 October, 5.00pm

The aim of the bursary is to support and assist postgraduate students, art practitioners and researchers in carrying on research in the practice and history of the Fine Arts in Ireland. The Sir Alfred Beit Research Bursary recognises and supports research excellence and innovation across all genres of art history from antiquity to present, including but not limited to medieval, renaissance, impressionism, modernism, contemporary, post-modernism, performance, new media, design and architecture.

Up to two bursaries are available to full-time postgraduate students, studying in any third level institution in the Republic of Ireland. The value of each bursary is €1,000.

The selection panel for this year’s bursary award is chaired by Dr Carmel O’Sullivan (TCD, ABF) and also includes Dr Christine Casey (TCD), Dr Emily Mark-Fitzgerald (UCD), Ian Lumley (An Taisce, ABF), Pauline Swords (Russborough).

For more information and application details: www.russborough.ie/education


Nominations Open for the Northern Ireland Creative and Cultural Skills Awards

Deadline for all nominations: Friday 6 October, 5pm

Nominations are now open for the annual awards which celebrate the wealth of creative talent in Northern Ireland. Every year they recognise unsung heroes who invest in the next generation and young people who are excelling and contributing to the creative industries.

Do you know an exceptional apprentice, intern or student? Are you impressed by a company who has passed on their skills and knowledge? Have you had your career shaped by an incredible mentor or tutor?

This year’s categories are:

  • Northern Ireland Creative Industry Skills Award
  • Northern Ireland Creative Tutor Award
  • Northern Ireland Education & Industry Partnership Award
  • Northern Ireland Apprentice of the Year Award
  • Northern Ireland Intern of the Year Award
  • Northern Ireland Creative Student Award

All information about the awards can be found on their website here: ccskills.org.uk/supporters/awards/northern-ireland-awards

The award ceremony will be in Belfast on 7 December 2017.


Funding | Atlantic Fellows Program at GBHI

Application deadline: 30 September

The Atlantic Fellows program at the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) provides innovative training in brain health, leadership, and dementia prevention to a broad array of promising leaders from various professions, including medicine, science, business, law, journalism, and the arts.

Through their work, Fellows are expected to emphasize local and global health inequities that need to be addressed by practitioners and policymakers, with the goal of reducing the scale and impact of dementia in local communities around the world.

Fellows are provided with:

  • A customizable 6 or 12-month experience with a base at the University of California, San Francisco or Trinity College Dublin
  • One-to-one mentoring on projects aimed at advancing brain health
  • Weekly courses on health economics, leadership, ethics, policy, brain health, and dementia, among other topics
  • Observation and participation in clinical cases
  • Access to a network of researchers, clinicians, and policy makers for career-length mentoring
  • Opportunities for pilot funding
  • A stipend during the course of their training

All suitable candidates are encouraged to submit a full application, which are competitively reviewed by a selection committee from each partner organization. Applications require two letters of support to demonstrate regional commitment to an applicant’s success, as well as a personal statement from the applicant that describes their passion and interest in the program. Short-listed applicants will be interviewed virtually by a GBHI representative, after which a final selection will be made. Up to 40 positions will be filled annually.

Questions about the application process? Contact us at info@gbhi.org.

Find more information at www.gbhi.org/programs


Art Skills with Lee Boyd at North Down Museum, Bangor

Art Skills with Lee Boyd – If you’re new to art or have abilities that you want to develop, this new art skills class will take the mediums you want to work in and your skill level and develop them in an informal and constructive pace that suits you individually. To help you create and think about your art, Lee’s experience is shared to help you build your skills and understanding of your art.

What you’ll need: art materials you want to work on and your inspiration.

Dates: 10 weeks commencing: 15 September
Times: Every Friday: 10am – 12pm
Fee: £55 / £50 concession
Location: North Down Museum Town Hall The Castle Bangor BT20 4BT
Booking: Tel: 028 9127 1200
Website: http://www.northdownmuseum.com/


10-Week Introduction to Classical Drawing Course, Co. Waterford

In this course you will learn the fundamental principles and techniques of classical drawing, and be shown how to apply these traditional methods to your own work. The four key components of pictorial representation – design, line, value and form – will be explored through a series of theory, exercise and practical application.

Included:
All materials supplied. Course folder with detailed hand-outs. Slide and video presentations. Demonstrations. Practical exercises. Refreshments. 10% off at Cork Art Supplies.

Dates: 27 September – 06 December 2017
Times: 7.00 – 9.30pm
Fee: €225
Location: Classical Art Atelier, Dunhill Ecopark, Ballyphilip, Dunhill, Co. Waterford
Booking: Adrian 087 660 9644 or email: info@classicalartatelier.com
Website: classicalartatelier.com


3-Day Classical Painting Workshop with Brian Smyth, Co. Waterford

This intensive workshop with Brian Smyth, artist and tutor from the Angel Academy of Art, Florence, Italy, introduces you to the academic painting practices in oils, and demonstrates some of the principles and techniques currently being taught at the realist painting academies in Florence and elsewhere. This workshop will focus on learning through the completion of a master copy of a figure painting.

Dates: 28 – 30 October 2017
Times: 10.00am – 5.00pm each day
Fee: €300
Location: Classical Art Atelier, Dunhill Ecopark, Ballyphilip, Dunhill, Co. Waterford
Booking: Adrian 087 660 9644 or email: info@classicalartatelier.com
Website: classicalartatelier.com


10-Week Classical Portrait Drawing Course at Classical Art Atelier, Co. Waterford

This workshop covers all of the technical and aesthetic aspects of portrait drawing, from the structure and anatomy of facial features to achieving likeness and creating expression.

This workshop covers all of the technical and aesthetic aspects of portrait drawing in several media (graphite, charcoal, and Conté), from the structure and anatomy of facial features to achieving likeness and creating expression to a historical overview of the portrait as it developed from the Renaissance.

Included:
All materials supplied. Live models. Course folder with detailed hand-outs. Slide and video presentations. Demonstrations. Practical exercises. Refreshments. 10% off at Cork Art Supplies.

Dates: starting 23 September 2017
Times: 10.00am – 12.30pm
Fee: €250
Location: Classical Art Atelier, Dunhill Ecopark, Ballyphilip, Dunhill, Co. Waterford
Booking: Adrian 087 660 9644 or email: info@classicalartatelier.com
Website: classicalartatelier.com


Open Call | South Tipperary Arts Centre/Tipperary Arts Office Residency Award 2017

Application deadline: 22 September, 5pm

South Tipperary Arts Centre in partnership with Tipperary Arts Office is delighted to announce that applications are now open for an artist residency from October 2017 – January 2018.

The residency is open to Tipperary-based artists from all disciplines, including (but not limited to) film, photography, literature, performance, painting, sound, architecture, music, installation and digital platforms, theatre and dance. The artist will be given a space to research their project, as well as the opportunity to experiment in the workshop. The artist will give a work-in-progress presentation at the arts centre at the end of their residency.

The aims of the Residency Award are:

• To develop a new partnership model of artistic support in Tipperary which encourages and supports the development of new work by Tipperary artists
• To support artists in getting work through the stages of research and experiment towards production and/or presentation
• To provide a support structure for an early or mid-career artist to develop new work or ideas.

The manager of South Tipperary Arts Centre will accommodate access to the workshop space where possible and as agreed in advance. An office space will be available for research purposes.

The Residency Award is €3,000.

For more information and application details: www.southtippartscentre.ie


Country House with Studio Available to Sublet, Laois

Annie Holland Photography is going on a three month tour this winter bringing two new photo exhibitions to Uruguay. As a consequence they are looking to rent their home nestled in the heart of rural Laois in the midlands of Ireland (1 hour drive from Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Waterford). The house comes with:

  • 4 bedrooms
  • Large kitchen
  • Large living room
  • Two bathrooms (one with built in sauna)
  • 30ft x 8ft conservatory
  • An Artist Studio (that turns into another bedroom)
  • 40ft natural swimming pool
  • Indoor and outdoor Saunas
  • Garden Bar
  • Poly-tunnel
  • Tree house
  • Bicycles for family and friends
  • Chickens
  • Cats
  • Caravan that sleeps four persons for your guests!
  • Fire pit and barbecue
  • Beautiful country walks
  • End of a country lane and no neighbours

SPECIAL PRICE €2,500 for 3 months (feeding cats and chickens). Available to rent for 3 months from 28/10/17 to 25 /01/18
Please email annie@anniehollandphotography.com or call Marc on +353 87 0567992 to discuss or arrange a viewing.