SUPERCELL IS SEEKING VOLUNTEERS
Interested in the arts, dance and being part of a festival?
We are currently seeking enthusiastic, flexible and committed volunteers to be part of our team from 20 February 2017 to 25 February 2017! Please refer to the below for more information to Supercell, the volunteer roles and descriptions as well as what is in it for you:
What is Supercell?
Supercell is an annual contemporary dance festival. The inaugural festival will be launching in February 2017 at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts from 20 February 2017 to 25 February 2017. It aims to present a curated program of high-calibre contemporary dance to develop and connect choreographers, dancers, as well as audiences. Supercell is a non-hierarchical platform for dance artists and a leader for contemporary dance on a global scale. It aspires to be a highlight of Brisbane’s cultural calendar.
Supercell will also serve as a springboard for Australian dance artists to nurture engaging relationships with the local sector, on a national platform as well as provide the opportunity to engage with international dance artists, therefore increasing collaborative opportunities globally.
ROLES & DESCRIPTIONS
1. Information Booth & Ticketing Attendants
Enjoy interacting with people and have a passion to share information? The Information Booth & Ticketing Attendant role will be perfect for you! Your role entails providing our audience or interested members of the General Public with maps, directions and daily festival schedules. In addition, you will be assisting with the purchase of tickets to Supercell’s workshop and performances.
2. Administrative Assistants
If you would like to learn about the inner workings of a festival, come join our team as an Administrative Assistant! You will be working closely with the team, performing general administrative tasks prior to and during the festival.
3. Front of House Assistants
Have great navigation skills? You will be most suitable as a Front of House Assistant. The Front of House Assistant will assist in setting up of workshop and performance space, directing participants and audience to the appropriate entrance and ensure that our audience have an enjoyable experience!
4. Technical and Production Assistants
Hands on and keen to get our performance sites up and running? You will be perfect as a technical and production assistant. In this role, you will be working closely with our Production Manager. You will also be required to commence prior to the opening of the festival, from Thursday 16 February to Sunday 19 February.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
- Making new friends and having lots of fun
- Develop professional networks within the dance industry
- Gain work experience relevant to an arts festival
- Getting free admission to workshops, forums and performances!
Applications are now open and close on MONDAY 23 JANUARY 2017, 12 MIDNIGHT.
Please click on the button above to apply