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Compass

Film CIC Costume, Set Design & Installation Internships

for The Caligari Experience @ Creative Common

Context: Compass Film are an independent events organisation and have been delivering events in Bristol, and bespoke stages at summer festivals, for six years. Compass Film are looking for a passionate, hard working and creative individual to take on a curator role for the run-up and delivery of our next exciting event. The Caligari Experience will be a multi-media extravaganza, a show combining elements of film, movement, circus, VJ-art, performance, music and installation. Held at the Creative Common, a new and dynamic space housed at Temple Meads, the event will take place May 17th 19th 2013. This is a fantastic internship for anyone with an interest the costume and set design elements of a theatre-style performance, and who wants to develop their experience from within the creative industries. This is a great opportunity for someone with ideas about how simple costumes can enhance audience impact, and how simple techniques in space design and dressing can create a more engaging and immersive theatre space. You will work alongside the event organisers, to whom you will be responsible. Minimum 4 hours per week, including occasional meetings that will fall on an evening or weekend. Additional hours in the direct run up to the event. Minimum commitment of 6 months. Task: In the initial stages you will be asked to present a range of ideas to the event organisers. You will then collaborate with the curators of movement and film, and the event organisers in the creation of a visually exciting response to the theme and content of the event, through costume and set design. You will be asked to devise a plan for creating the costumes and props that is realistic, timely, and affordable. You will need to communicate effectively with event organisers and other (above mentioned) collaborators and show resourcefulness, creativity, and flare in these design areas. Skills and competencies: You will display openness to the exploration of creative ideas around a theme You will be resourceful in your ability to work on small budgets with creativity and innovation You will have some access to your own equipment/ work space

What this role can offer: This is a unique opportunity to produce a key piece of work (possibly but not necessarily to tie in with your MA or study), and become an integral part of a small organisation with a key role to play in the delivery of a large-scale ambitious event. You will work alongside creatives and gain experience of working at a venue that has a hosted a range of high-profile events. We will enable advice from key professionals, and provide a professional reference at the end of the process. Application Process: Please complete the application form and return it to tara@compass-film.co.uk by Wednesday 5th December Interview Date: Weeks commencing 10th & 17th December Start Date: Placement to start in January 2013