We’re pleased to announce that applications are now open for our next set of M*****classes which will focus on the area of Production Management.
Successful applicants will take part in a short series of workshops designed by Fi Fraser, one of Scotland’s leading Production Managers. These workshops will take place on Zoom or in Edinburgh during November 2020. They will demonstrate and combine the techniques and Processes from the first meeting with Director/Producer to Press night; Relationships with creatives, technical team, venues, and suppliers; Schedules; Budgets; and Touring including international touring.
As with all M*****classes, there will be no cost for participants as the full cost of the project is covered by Stellar Quines. We can cover access costs, if interested in applying please include what you need to take part.
This opportunity is for early stage or mid-career level production managers. We are open to applications from individual practitioners who identify as a woman. We support all women including Trans and Intersex women, as well as non—binary and gender fluid people who identify in a significant way as women or female.
We encourage applications from practitioners who identify as D/deaf and disabled.
We encourage applications from people from all backgrounds including those who identify as being from the African diaspora, Latinx, the East Asian diaspora, from the South East Asian Diaspora, from the South Asian Diaspora, West Asian (includes Middle East) Diaspora, Indigenous people, bi-racial/ mixed heritage, or who also self-identify as a Person of Colour or Black, we may use BIPOC+ to refer to people from these identities.
M*****classes is an Artist Development scheme that aims to change the landscape of Creative Designers and Production roles in Scotland by addressing the lack of women* working in the field through a series of workshops. Since 2018, Stellar Quines has offered this unique training opportunity for women who have some experience or interest in the field on offer but require refreshment or up-skilling before presenting themselves as a viable candidate for these positions.
*women includes cis, trans and intersex women, as well as non-binary and gender non-conforming people who identify in a significant way as women, femme or female.