Animate Experiment Open call

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Theme: Hope

Open to: Glasgow School of Art students and alumni

Deadline: 8 January 2018

Submission Form: https://goo.gl/forms/LFvtczwNNziafllR2

Guidelines: Linear video submitted in mpg4 (minimum resolution 1920×1080)

Length: under 6 minutes

Selection: The selection panel includes tutors and technical staff with a wide range of experience and backgrounds across Fine Art and Design.

Screening: The Glasgow School of Art | February 2018

Questions: animateexperiment@gmail.com | @Anim8Xperiment
facebook.com/animateexperiment

More Information & T&Cs: https://animateexperiment.wordpress.com/2017/11/23/call-for-submissions/  

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Could you be a Volunteer Glasgow volunteer?

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Volunteer Glasgow is running the INCLUDED project to enable people with mild to moderate learning disabilities to achieve what they want to do in the community and to help them increase their confidence and resilience.

Volunteer Glasgow want to do this via their active participation in the design and delivery of their service and the project will involve creative activities, probably for public exhibition in some way – to be seen, acknowledged and accepted by the community.

Volunteer Glasgow is a registered charity and they are looking for volunteers to start as soon as possible to support this:

What is the context (where and when)?

The usual format is to have weekly sessions of about 2 hours at the Yoker Resource Centre, but the charity is open to other possibilities.  They would be completely open to a different choice of venue, as they would like their participants to explore the world beyond their homes and the centres they attend.  They are also open to daytime or evening activities.

What time of day and on which days are volunteers needed?

Preferably Wed or Thursday Afternoon 1-3pm – small groups, 2-5 participants. (There is no unsupervised work involved).

What’s the minimum/maximum time commitment for consistency for clients?

Min 12 weekly sessions – with the hope that you would like to continue or become adhoc for seasonal work.

Is the same person needed every week?

The same person due to disclosures and training. However, Volunteer Glasgow is happy to take a block of people to train at the same time to take turns at sessions or working together.

What key skills do applicants need?

  • Reliable
  • Enthusiastic
  • Creative
  • Friendly
  • Confident
  • Flexible

What checks/ procedures do the applicants need to go through to comply with safety for them and the clients?

PVG plus 2 references.  (As Volunteer Glasgow is a registered charity, there will be no cost attached to this for you).

How should interested folk apply?

In the first instance, contact Ken Fisher, Volunteer Co-ordinator, 07468863918 ken.fisher@volunteerglasgow.org with name, email and phone number.

The process will then be as follows:

  1. Informal meeting with Ken Fisher, Volunteer Co-ordinator and possibly other INCLUDED staff.  This would be a discussion where we can learn about the students’ relevant skills and experience, e.g. previous volunteering, working with people, responsibilities.  It is also a chance for the students to find out more about us and what we do.
  2. Project outline to be submitted, then agreed by INCLUDED and students.
  3. Induction Session
  4. PVG forms would be completed and references taken up.
  5. Group sessions along with staff members can be started before PVGs are complete

By when do you want applicants to apply to you?

ASAP!!!

Will students/grads be insured while working on the project?

All volunteers are insured through the parent organisation Yoker Resource Centre.

Will there be payment?

As Volunteer Glasgow is a registered charity, no payment is offered. However, all volunteers will be offered travel expenses, agreed expenses for materials etc., and regular support and supervision from our Volunteer Co-ordinator.

For further information

Contact Ken Fisher, Volunteer Co-ordinator, 07468863918 ken.fisher@volunteerglasgow.org

 

 

 

The GSA Careers Service

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This week’s GSA Careers Service events, opportunities and advice…

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CAREERS EVENTS THIS WEEK

How to write fantastic project proposals and successfully deliver them

Wednesday 29th November 2017 3-4pm Bourdon Ground Floor Lecture Theatre

Thinking about applying for funding for a project idea but don’t know where or how to start your proposal. This session is packed full of tips on how to structure your proposal, write in a concise way, common issues with unsuccessful proposals and best practice.

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Monday 4th December 2017 10.30-12 noon PSR2 Reid Building

The Networking Bootcamp is packed full of tips, advice and guidance on how to successfully establish, participate and grow your professional network.  Email to book your place: careers@gsa.ac.uk

Bourdon Ground floor Lecture Theatre building 9  PSR2 Reid Building 2 GSA campus map: http://www.gsa.ac.uk/media/1415972/29239_gsa_campus_map_online_aw.pdf

images (5)GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES

If you are a final year student and looking for ‘graduate employment opportunities, don’t forget that Graduate Schemes, Training and Opportunities launch in September and will be advertised throughout your final year. Make sure you keep up-to-date with the latest opportunities and apply within the deadlines.

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Target Jobs have careers advice for those interested in advertising and media graduate roles. Find out about the range of roles here: https://targetjobs.co.uk/career-sectors/marketing-advertising-and-pr/advice/areas-of-work

images (5)PAID INTERNSHIPS & VOLUNTEERING

Paid summer internship with Arqiva: https://www.graduate-jobs.com/job/paid-summer-internship-opportunities-with-arqiva-94310

Target jobs has some great advice for students on an internship: https://targetjobs.co.uk/internships/advice/414576-time-to-shine-six-ways-to-become-a-star-intern?utm_source=socialmedia&utm_medium=twitter&utm_content=post&utm_campaign=targetjobs

images (5)CREATIVE SECTOR NEWS + PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

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Are you interested in design and advertising? Do you know about D&AD?: https://www.dandad.org/

Read the Drum’s latest articles on advertising and social media: http://www.thedrum.com/category/social-media

Check out Forbes  6 social media careers that are great for millennials: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jimmyrohampton/2016/11/19/6-social-media-jobs-that-are-great-for-millennials/#7a6d4d6920db

The Art Business have advice for visual artists who are applying to awards, funding and grants: http://www.artbusiness.com/osorgrants.html

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The Milkround tell us why should you have your own business card as a student: https://advice.milkround.com/top-tips-on-designing-and-effective-student-business-card

Creativeboom show us 16 of the sweetest business cards from the world’s best designers: https://www.creativeboom.com/inspiration/16-of-the-sweetest-business-card-designs-from-some-of-the-worlds-best-designers/

The Entrepreneur have 5 Creative exercises to help you discover your passion:  https://www.entrepreneur.com/slideshow/299687

You can make a careers appointment with the GSA Careers Service at any point of studies or as a graduate. Email careers@gsa.ac.uk to book now.

 

The GSA Careers Service Bulletin

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10 ways to improve your communication skills Wednesday 22nd November 2017 3-4pm

Ground Floor Bourdon Lecture Theatre

Excellent communication skills are an essential aspect of your graduate abilities. Employers seek graduates who can communicate professionally and maintain positive work place relationships.  This session will explore developing 10 communication strategies that will ensure that your communication approach is professional.

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CV BOOTCAMP    Thursday 23rd November 2017 10.30am

                                Principal seminar room two

This workshop will cover all aspects of writing a targeted CV and cover letter. All welcome

Email careers@gsa.ac.uk to book your place

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IP COPYRIGHT & DESIGN RIGHTS    Thursday 23rd November 2017 4.30pm

General Seminar Room One.

Come along to this information session with Marks and Clerks Patent lawyers David Murray and Alistair Robertson https://www.marks-clerk.com/ .  Find out more about your IP rights as a creative practitioner, what you can do to protect your ideas and how to file a patent on your idea…

Bourdon Ground floor Lecture Theatre building 9  and Reid General Seminar room 1 Building 2 GSA campus map: http://www.gsa.ac.uk/media/1415972/29239_gsa_campus_map_online_aw.pdf

 

images (5)GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES

If you are a final year student and looking for ‘graduate employment opportunities, don’t forget that Graduate Schemes, Training and Opportunities launch in September and will be advertised throughout your final year. Make sure you keep up-to-date with the latest opportunities and apply within the deadlines.

 

images (5)PAID INTERNSHIPS & VOLUNTEERING

Engineering summer internship with Lockhead Martin UK ( Salary: competitive Location: Bedfordshire Deadline: 08/12/17) : https://targetjobs.co.uk/employer-hubs/lockheed-martin-uk/474494-engineering-and-technology-summer-intern

Dyson have a project manager engineering placement 2018: https://targetjobs.co.uk/employer-hubs/dyson/474706-project-manager-engineering-placement-programme-2018

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Looking for a local creative network- sign up to Creative mornings newsletter and find out about events happening near you: https://creativemornings.com/cities/gla

The Art of the Possible: The Internet of Things, Trends and Futures  (free event at the Lighthouse 30/11/17): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-of-possible-internet-of-things-trends-futures-tickets-39323626024

Saturday 25th November 2017 is GSA’s Graduate Open day see link for details: http://www.gsa.ac.uk/life/gsa-events/events/g/graduate-open-day-2017/

Prospects have added a job match survey to their Prospects Planner resource: https://www.prospects.ac.uk/planner

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Congratulations to GSA student James McGinley who won the SIE Fresh Ideas competition for October. Find out about Fresh Ideas: https://www.sie.ac.uk/october-fresh-ideas-winners-announce…/

The Design Trust have a great article on Copyright basics for designers: http://www.thedesigntrust.co.uk/design-right-and-copy-right-for-designers-and-designer-makers/

Not sure how copyright affects Visual art practice? Check out DACS frequently asked question for advice for visual artists: https://www.dacs.org.uk/knowledge-base/frequently-asked-questions#FAQ144

You can make a careers appointment with the GSA Careers Service at any point of studies or as a graduate. Email careers@gsa.ac.uk to book now.

 

Win a year’s free membership to the Entrepreneurial Scotland network

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GSA Graduates!

Win a year’s free ‘Emerging’ membership of Entrepreneurial Scotland and discover how you can build your network, source opportunities, learn from leaders in their field and surround yourself with like-minded entrepreneurial individuals.

Entrepreneurial Scotland’s network brings together ambitious individuals with an entrepreneurial mind-set who share an appetite for career and leadership development. By joining this exciting network for a year, your ‘Emerging’ membership will include:

  • Access to business leaders, partners and a range of networking events
  • Access to Entrepreneurial Scotland’s online business directory
  • Business mentoring
  • Access to the Saltire Fellowship Leadership Development Programme
  • Regular updates and news from the membership
  • Business resources

Who can apply?

You will be a GSA Graduate who is in an early stage of business development. You will be able to demonstrate an entrepreneurial mind-set and interest in leadership development and be looking for opportunities to develop your professional commercial network and gain business mentoring.

Interested?

Apply to Libby Anson l.anson@gsa.ac.uk with your CV and cover letter, telling her in no more than 250 words, how you would use the Entrepreneurial Scotland ‘Emerging’ membership to support and develop your business and professional practice.

Deadline for applications:  Friday 8th December 2017 noon. Interviews: Monday 8th January 2018

For further information: https://www.entrepreneurialscotland.com/member-network/emerging

 

The GSA Careers Service Bulletin

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Wednesday 15th November 2017      3-4pm                                                                                    Ground Floor Bourdon Lecture Theatre

10 ways to get the most from collaborations

Enjoy working with others in teams?  This session will provide 10 top tips for getting the most for collaborative practice to ensure that you are developing best practice skills as well as getting the most from your next collaborative project.

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Wednesday 15th November        6pm                                                                                              The GSA Student Union ‘Getting to Know You!’

An opportunity to meet RCS students, build your network and hear from some great speakers. Speakers include Francis McKee, Suzy Glass and. many more. Book your free ticket now! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/getting-to-know-you-tickets-39321597958

 

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Thursday 16th November 2017   2.30pm- 3.30pm                                                          Principal Seminar Room One Reid Building

Art & Design Teacher Training Session with PGDE Administrator

Led by Strathclyde PGDE administrator WILMA EATON who will provide an overview of applying to Teacher Training in Scotland and will offer guidance on entry requirements, writing your personal statement and the type of practical experience that will boost your application. Come along if you are submitting an application to a PGDE and ask questions. All welcome

Bourdon Lecture Theatre building 9 on the GSA campus map, Reid Principal Seminar Room One building 2 on the campus map : http://www.gsa.ac.uk/media/1415972/29239_gsa_campus_map_online_aw.pdf

GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES

If you are a final year student and looking for ‘graduate employment opportunities, don’t forget that Graduate Schemes, Training and Opportunities launch in September and will be advertised throughout your final year. Make sure you keep up-to-date with the latest opportunities and apply within the deadlines.

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Careers in construction. Who are the major graduate recruiter in the construction industry and what roles are on offer?  Check out Target jobs construction and building sector to find out: https://targetjobs.co.uk/career-sectors/construction-and-building-services/employers

PAID INTERNSHIPS & VOLUNTEERING

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Paid internships at Dyson for summer 2018 have launched: https://jobs.dyson.com/jobs/JobDetail/RDD-Internships-2018/6171

Tarmac Commercial placement  materials (12 months long deadline: 22/12/17) : https://www.graduate-jobs.com/job/tarmac-commercial-placement-materials-93950

Great paid opportunity for a first year undergraduate looking to explore technology within Morgan Stanley ( 4 day spring placement): https://targetjobs.co.uk/employer-hubs/morgan-stanley/474320-technology-spring-insight-programme

CREATIVE SECTOR NEWS + PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

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The National Museum of Scotland have a Scotland’s early silver exhibition (Edinburgh) see link for details: https://www.nms.ac.uk/national-museum-of-scotland/

Check out SIX FOOT Gallery’s blog and find out about their exhibition programme and residency offer: https://sixfootgallery.wordpress.com/exhibitions-programme

GSA GRADUATES IN BUSINESS

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GSA Graduate Rebecca Callis is a successful ceramicist who graduated from GSA in 1994. Find out about Rebecca,  her collections and business here: http://www.rebeccacallis.co.uk/

What is a designer maker? Skillset have an overview of the challenges and rewards of being a designer maker: http://creativeskillset.org/job_roles/686_freelance_designer_maker

Are you a designer maker about to embark on the Christmas fair circuit? The Design Trust has 8 questions for you to make the most of these opportunities: http://www.thedesigntrust.co.uk/the-design-doctor-how-to-make-the-most-out-of-christmas/

Global Enterprise week launches next week,  check out events happening near you here: https://genglobal.org/gew

You can make a careers appointment with the GSA Careers Service at any point of studies or as a graduate. Email careers@gsa.ac.uk to book now.

 

 

FREELANCE ARTWORKERS REQUIRED

Job role: Freelance Artworker (x3)

Salary: £22/hour

Start date: Monday 13th November 9.30am

Required availability: We have 3 roles that would be an immediate start on Monday working 40hr/week. We will require Artworkers to be available for work on the weekends.

Required expertise / skills: Good experience with InDesign CC and an excellent eye for detail. Must be able to follow guidelines very closely.

Job description: 

  • Freelance Artworkers will be expected to work from home for this role
  • Population of InDesign templates with text and images
  • Correct application of prescribed master pages, paragraph styles and character styles according to established Twig guidelines
  • Expected rate of work is up to 40 pages per day.

This role is for a probationary period of one month with the potential to last until March 2018. 

Business: Twig World Ltd 14 North Claremont Street Glasgow G3 7LE

Please direct applicants to contact me: Hannah Moitt, Design Coordinator: hmoitt@twig-world.com