Stellar Quines’ Producer is central to the company’s creative ambition to seek out and establish new venues and partnerships within the artistic community. Rhea supports the Artistic Director working with Producer Job Share Rebecca Davis and alongside her colleagues to realise Stellar Quines’ ambitions and mission. Read more
Following a successful pilot programme, Stellar Quines is recruiting for a new Board Pioneer. We are excited to offer this unique opportunity to help develop the skills and experience of someone in the early stages of their career. Read more
This Girl… is massively exciting for Stellar Quines. It’s absolutely a story for our times. It’s universal in its themes and concerns – and well, surely we need to grab all the opportunities we have available to us to encourage young people not to be afraid of the world and of different experiences. Read more
Stellar Quines are offering an exciting NEW Artist Development opportunity, M*****classes, to gain hands on career experience in the role of sound design in theatre.
M*****classes are aimed at developing long-term relationships and will address practical applications of the job, provide face to face contact with professionals and networking opportunities as well as one to one and group mentoring from a professional sound designer. Read more
M*****classes is the new Artist Development opportunity supporting women in technical roles in theatre. Each masterclass will be based around a specific creative area and will consist of workshops and talks with professionals and will include theatre visits. These will take place in Spring 2019. Read more
We are pleased to announce that Stellar Quines will be co-producing Fibres, a new play by Frances Poet, directed by Jemima Levick, with the Citizens Theatre in their new Season announced this week. Fibres is a new commission from Frances Poet writer of Gut (Traverse 2018) and the Fringe First Award winning Adam (NTS & Traverse Theatre 2017). Read more
Terra Incognita and Stellar Quines are hosting a fabulous event on Wednesday 28 November as the final part of the from her to her exhibition.
The recipients of our Mini Make Do and Mend seed funding Soizig Carey and Alice Dansey-Wright will be presenting Muse Not Maker, a collaborative project, responding to themes of archetypes in art, art & feminism, and activism in art. Read more
Theatre maker Alice Mary Cooper will write and create her debut podcast focused on the herstory of two incredible but forgotten women. Utilising research and stories Alice uncovered in 2015 while making The Box (a piece of social history theatre), she will make a programme centred on the fascinating stories
Muse Not Maker is a collaborative project for Make Do & Mend devised by illustrator Alice Dansey-Wright and designer/maker Soizig Carey, responding to themes of archetypes in art, art & feminism, art & design crossover, accessibility, female status in art, muse not maker, and activism in art. It is a
Here Catherine Grosvenor reflects on her day at the Celebrate Muslim Women Writers event at Glasgow Women’s Library last month. Catherine worked with the women writers as dramaturg and at the performed readings at the Library. It was an uplifting, celebratory and thoughtful day as you will read…
On 29 September Glasgow Women’s Library hosted a lively and inspiring afternoon of spoken word and performance by emerging Muslim women writers exploring the theme of relationships. The event was led by Sheffield University Storying Relationships Project and it comprised of a series of lively conversations with acclaimed Muslim women writers including Safina Mazhar, Sara Shaarawi and Sufiya Ahmed followed by readings of their scripts.
Stellar Quines were pleased to support this event and Catherine, our Creative Learning Associate, helped with dramaturgy on the scripts before the event and was part of the team on the day. Read more
Today we launch the second film in our creative writing series Letters to…where we ask for written responses to different topics. This time we asked for a ‘Letter to…my period’.
The chosen letter, written by Kerri Clarence, summed up lots of experiences and feelings described in many of the submissions, from your first period to how your relationship with you period might change with age. We are delighted to launch our film on International Day of the Girl.