Are you passionate about breaking taboos?
Were you ever told you’re asking too many questions?
Are some truths to traumatic to be uncovered?
This is an opportunity to work with THEATREclub as a curator where you will design, implement and event manage a series of talks based around a new theatre piece called ‘We Don’t Know What’s Buried Here’ by Grace Dyas.
The role involves event programming from initial planning and research, selection of contemporary and relevant discussion topics, selecting and inviting of speakers and coordinating activities on the day.
These important talks will be based around the theme of nationally buried secrets and how community plays an important role in speaking truth to power. The talks are free and aimed at people of all ages and demographics.
There will be three post-show talks (15-17 Feb.) with a follow-up within 2 weeks.
No experience necessary. Mentorship will be provided.
What we’re looking for
- You are curious and interested in the world around you.
- You are passionate about social activism, politics and contemporary culture.
- You are a people person with good communication skills.
How to Apply: Please write a 750 – 1000 word statement about yourself and why this position interests you and describe a social, political or economic issue you are passionate about. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4pm on Friday 5th Jan
Applications due by 4pm on Friday 5th Jan. with interviews w/c 8th Jan.
Contract: From date of appointment and must be available for the core period of 15 Jan – 17 Feb 2018. Hours and days are flexible.
Location: Civic Theatre, Tallaght, Dublin 24.