Giant Productions 8c Birds of Paradise (Glasgow)
- two professional arts organisations developing inclusive arts strategies for children and adults with disablities. We are interested in receiving
CVs from arts practitioners who work in an inclusive way. At present both companies
are developing projects for 2000-2003 throughout
and we wish to build on our current pool or workers. We would be pleased to hear from:—
0 Drama Workers 0 gﬁeiti;%g - Iéigttiggg, Set 8: , c cers os e composers - nont-ot-House 8: 139519139“ o Choreographers Box Office Staff 0 Puppeteers o Visual Artists o St Production ° “1°” ° D’s “3:39,” o Musicians - Gratﬂtti Artists - Dancers 0 Tour Organisers
Please send CV along with the names of two referees to: Box No GT/372/l, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh BHI 1TB
Meetings with appropriate applicants will take
place in November.
-; nary media scutland
Director £20,000 per annum
New Media Scotland is an agency facnitating arts activity shaped by new technologies. With a national remit to expand the audiences for cutting edge product. New Media Scotland will operate through partnerships to create new opportunities and alliances.
We are seeking a highly motivated indiVidual to lead the organisation. manage strategic and artistic development. and generate and implement an artistic programme.
For a full job description and details of how 1(T llhl‘l'. please send an A4 SAE to:
New Media Scotland P.O. Box 25065 Glasgow G1 SYP
Tel 0141 564 3009 e-mail jobs©mediascot.org l
COmpleted applicatiOns must be received by 29 OCiCl‘rr' « lnterwews Will be held the week beginning 15 November Him
Scotland’s award-winning national orchestra
We also have a vacancy for a Development Officer to assist the Development Manager in raising funds from individuals, trusts and foundations. The postholder will have responsibility for the RSNO Friends and for organising fundraising events. (salary c£10-£12k) For an information pack, please contact : Elizabeth McCreath RSNO, 73 Claremont Street, Glasgow G3 7JB. Tel: 0141 225 3550 Fax: 0141 221 4317 Email:email@example.com
Closing date: Monday 1 November 1999 The RSNO is Supported by the SAC and local authorities in Scotland.
The RSNO is an equal oppOrtunities employer.
90 THE LIST 21 Oct—4 Nov 1999
Call for entries
produce a piece of work.
Screenworks, Glasgow Film and Video Workshop’s Award winning production and training scheme is look- lng for proposals and people for next year's initiative.
Over a period of 9 months, the selected film and video makers will get access to training, facilities, support and a limited amount of funding to develop their skills and
You can apply to make a film under any of the following categories: documentary, animation, experimental, drama. We will also accept applications for hybrid forms e.g. docu- drama, and for music videos. The main stipulation is that the proposals are strong, inventive, and unique.
The deadline for applications is 12 noon Friday 26m Novem- ber 1999. No applications received after that time/date will be considered. No faxed applications will be considered.
For further details and an application form please contact:
Glasgow Film and Video Workshop. 3"1 Floor, 34Albion Street, Glasgow, G1 1LH. Tel: 0141 553 2620.
I Challenger Children's Fund CCF awards small grants for the beneﬁt of physically disabled children under the age of 18 and resident in Scotland. Awards are made for essential items which are for the direct beneﬁt of the disabled child. For an application form please contact Wendy Dunn, Ecas, Cunningham Unit, Astley Ainslie Hospital, 133 Grange Loan, Edinburgh EH9 2HL. Tel No 0131 537 9093, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
I COLOMBIAN EARTHQUAKE FUNDRAISING EVENT Party Night in Macondo at Glasgow University Union, 32 University Avenue. Saturday 30 October 1999, 8pm-1am. Latin American live music and performances etc. Tickets £7/£4. More info: 0141 946 0032.
I Edinburgh International Festival Dance Insights at The Hub 27 October and 3 November. A lively series of evening lectures and demonstrations exploring the role of dance in cultures around the world. Further details call The Hub Ticket Centre on 0131 473 2000.
I Edinburgh International Festival Drumming workshops at The Hub Saturday 6 November. Exploring the African tradition, suitable for those with some drumming experience. Further details call The Hub Ticket Centre on 0131 473 2000.
LEARN THAI MASSAGE COURSE STARTS 31 OCTOBER Contact Brian Cooper
at the Yoga Centre 0131 221 9697
I Edinburgh Printmakers Saturday/Sunday, 6/7 October, weekend courses in acrylic resist etching, lithography, water-based screenprinting and relief printing. Beginners through to professional artists welcome. No experience necessary. Contact: 23 Union Street, Edinburgh. Tel 0131557 2479, Fax 0131558 8418, e-mail: email@example.com
I Japanese Tuition by native Japanese teacher. English lessons especially for Japanese people also available. Qualiﬁed and 3 years’ experience. £10/hour. Tel: 07930 576729.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Edinburgh area.
MASSAGE CLASSES FOR WOMEN Enhance you life improve relationships with your children, friends, partner, yourself. Evening, Saturday and weekend classes. For brochure, phone Kate on 0131 667 7316
I Journey into Sound
explore the healing gift
of your own voice through toning, overtoning, breathing, singing, meditation. Evening classes from 11/11/99. Call 0131 446 9071 for brochure. Individual sound therapy also available.
KABBALAH COURSE Discover a living tradition. Mondays at 7.30pm, begins 4 October. Contact Freda Edis 01499 462561 for details.
APPLEMAC TRAINING Quark Xpress, Claris, Acrobat, Word, Mac Systems. One-to-one courses from £145 per day. Morgan Studios 0141 579 6719 07771 928669 email@example.com
WALTZING MATILDA CREATIVE WRITING If you are interested in working with your creativity through the written word.
Phone 0131 447 0050 now for details. Home visits, group work or individual attendants in venue @ EH10 all ages . . . beginners welcome. ALMA DENTON BA & Teaching Certiﬁcate, New South Wales, Australia, 19605, BD Hons, Edinburgh 1998, published writer, 25 years experience working with individuals and groups. Groups Monday eves — Wed mornings.
I Flute, clarinet, saxophone and music theory tuition. lessons by experienced and enthusiastic teacher. Flutes any standard, other grades one to ﬁve. All ages welcome. Tel 0141 334 7974.
I Fiddle, mandolin and guitar private tuition, beginners welcome. £8 per half hour. Call James 0141 332 7702.
I English tuition exam prep, conversation, business, pronunciation etc. Diploma, qualiﬁed teacher (Cambridge examiner). Individuals or small groups. Tel: 0141 883 4125. Email: jenny @scotstoun33.freeserve.co.uk
LEARN LANGUAGES AB ROAD
Malaga (March 2000)
Dec 99—)an 2000
Spanish in Spain, Cuba, COSta Rica, Mexico, Peru, Ecuador
French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian in Europe.
Spanish + Salsa holidays in Cuba (Feb 8: April 2000) and Ila/12:1: and Skiing/Snowboarding Mr'llerrr'um holiday
Cap 1270' programme: in Latin America and Europe.
Caledonia Languages Abroad. Tel 0131 621 7721/2. Fax: 0131 621 7723 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org