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Previous DaDaFest Opportunities
Opportunities to get involved with DaDaFest International 2010 have now closed. These included performing or exhibiting as part of Young DaDaFest, visiting the festival with an Arts Council England bursary, or as part of our Youth Volunteer Programme. Similar opportunities will be available for DaDaFest International 2011, get in touch to find out more.
Youth Volunteer Programme
Working with mygames (powered by v) to celebrate the values of the 2012 Olympics, involving young people in all aspects of the festival. The part-time volunteer opportunities include Reporters, Researchers, Ambassadors, Exhibition Invigilators, Tour Guides, Technicians and Promoters. Expenses will be reimbursed and access support will be provided.
If you are: Aged 16 – 25, a Disabled or d/Deaf person, available part-time at some point between September – December 2010 and wanting to develop and learn new skills and gain volunteer work certificate then get in touch.
Contact Alison Jones or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are over the age of 25 or do not consider yourself to be Disabled or Deaf but would still like to take part in volunteering opportunities offered by DaDaFest please download the following documents and get in touch.
Are you a budding performer? Do you have an interest in creative writing? Or do you have an eye for an amazing photo? If so, you may be interested in opportunities within Young DaDaFest, a celebration of talent amongst Disabled and d/Deaf young people (aged 13-19). This is your chance to showcase your work and even win a coveted Young DaDa Award at the Young DaDaFest event. There are currently three areas you can get involved in: art, creative writing and photography.
We are recruiting for this ground-breaking activity as part of the festival. Working once again with Caroline Parker and Sense of Sound, we will be holding bi-weekly rehearsals throughout September, October and November for performances in November and December. Hearing People will sing and Deaf People will sign. Open to all over 18′s. For an application form contact us.
DaDaLive is a progressive live art-form programme for Disabled and d/Deaf young people aged 13-19 years, from the areas of Halton, St Helens, Knowsley, Sefton, Wirral and Liverpool.
DaDaLive is delivered through a partnership between DaDa – Disability and Deaf Arts, Fittings Multimedia Arts and Fuse: New Theatre for Young People. The programme will allow the participants to choose, explore and combine a range of art forms, leading to the creation of two large scale stage productions over a two year period. Potential art forms could include: music, theatre, dance, stand-up comedy, film, visual arts and animation.
DaDaLive will also empower the young people, through training and practical experience, to specialise in performance, production, technical or front of house roles; equipping them to pursue further training, education or employment in the creative industries.
For further information please contact Richard Jones.