#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 22 November 2017

Welcome back for your weekly events and opportunities digest #8 for the autumn semester.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition coming out on Wednesday 29 November 2017.

Events

THIS WEEK (WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY)

English PGR Seminar Series: Elaine Hobby | Thursday 16 November 2017 | 5.15pm | QMUL Mile End

This week’s paper:

‘Editing the Cambridge Edition of the Complete Works of Aphra Behn’

 

Herpes by Eirini Kartsaki | Friday 24 November 2017 | 7.30pm | Chisenhale Dance Space

From Eirini: ‘A reminder that I am presenting Herpes this Friday at Chisenhale Dance Space, alongside Emma Bennett with What Matter. It’s Fiver Fridays, so please come along’

HERPES is a performance about desire, STI’s and fantasizing about the Duchess of Cambridge. It considers the ways in which we have been told that we either need to have a baby or stop banging the whole world. And if we don’t, we will, of course, get herpes.

HERPES departs from an anxiety to do with growing up and not wanting to settle down, or settle in; it deals with a refusal to get on with it, or get it together; it kind of says: I do not want to pull myself together, I do not want to come to my senses. I want to live my life as if it is mine – but it is mine, it is mine and yet I still struggle to come to terms with it and ignore my mother’s wishes, my father’s hopes for me, which are easily summed up: get a husband, a good job, have a baby, have a mortgage, be sensible, be sensible, be sensible.

 

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

English Tutor Vacancies

You need an A in your A-level English. Pay £12/hour.

 

QConsult: Get paid to do a project with a company or charity| Deadline: 27 November

We are looking for friendly team members to join our Box Office and Reception team, providing box office support (both in person and on the phone), as well as welcoming people to our building and dealing with email queries.

Apply now

 

Bar Staff | Barbican | Deadline 28 November

The Barbican Bars are looking to bring in a number of enthusiastic staff on a casual basis to provide support to the Bar Managers & Supervisors in the running of the Barbican’s Bars.

Apply now

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

Volunteers needed for QM model trial with Dental School

As you will probably know the QM model will eventually include modules that students can take in which they collaborate on projects with those registered in other departments. We have been approached by the dental school about a possible collaboration in which Drama students will work with Dental students on a module that uses forum theatre, role-play, and other theatrical techniques to examine questions of medical consent, clinician/patient interaction and so on. The Dental school are really keen to run a small scale trial of some of this, and have kindly invited Drama students down to Whitechapel to get involved and give some preliminary thoughts to how we might collaborate.

I would be very grateful if this of you working with 2nd and 3rd year students this week could mention it to your classes, and ask any interested parties to please get in touch with me asap.

Interested students will need to attend an induction session on the 28th November (we may be able to arrange other times if necessary), and a workshop at the Dental School in Whitechapel on either Tuesday 5th December 14.00-17.00, Thursday 7th December 9.30-12.30 or 14.00-17.00, or Friday 8th December 9.30-12.30.

If any are interested, please could they email Martin O’Brien by 27th Nov and indicate which of the workshops they might be available for.

QCHALLENGE: become a driving force and develop the leadership skills and networks for your future | Deadline: 3 December

Apply to QChallenge London and you will work in a team to explore a major challenge for a London organisation with a focus on health, housing and transport. As you tackle your assigned challenge, you will meet leaders from global businesses, government and not-for-profits. Designed in partnership with Common Purpose, QChallenge London offers you the chance to engage with the working world and develop the skills, Cultural Intelligence and networks for your future. By participating, you’ll be in the first group of students to experience QChallenge London as it’s trialled for the QMUL Model – QMUL’s ground-breaking cross-curricular programme.

The programme will run from 5th February – 13th April 2018.  This is an unpaid, voluntary programme.

Who can take part?   QChallenge is open to all QMUL undergraduates. Postgraduate students are not eligible to apply.

How can I apply?    To apply, please complete this online application form. Before applying, please read through the key dates featured on our website: http://www.careers.qmul.ac.uk/students/workexperience/items/qchallenge-london.html 

Applications close at midnight on Sunday 3rd December.

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

 

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#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 15 November 2017

Welcome back for your weekly events and opportunities digest #7 for the autumn semester.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition coming out on Wednesday 22 November 2017.

Events

THIS WEEK (WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY)

English PGR Seminar Series: Elaine Hobby | Thursday 16 November 2017 | 5.15pm | QMUL Mile End

This week’s paper:

‘Editing the Cambridge Edition of the Complete Works of Aphra Behn

 

Afterlives | Thursday 16 November 2017 | 7pm | Film and Drama Studio, Arts Two, QMUL

Queen Mary Archives at Queen Mary University of London have recently acquired the Ian Hinchliffe archive. To mark this acquisition, Afterlives is an evening of talks, screenings and performances that will consider archives and legacies in relation to performance art and live art, through the art and lives of four extraordinary and influential artists who died in recent years: Ian Hinchliffe, Rose Finn-Kelcey, Lol Coxhill and Roger Ely.

 

QM Shakespeare presents: The Taming of the Shrew | Friday 17 and Saturday 18 November | 7.30pm | Pinter Studio

Padua is a brokerage firm. Katharina and Bianca are two sisters with senior positions in the company. It’s 2008. The recession hits. Bianca is well admired by suitors, whilst Katharina is too busy dealing with the struggling financial climate. After her father insists she marry Petruchio, a visiting employee with a hot-tempered nature, she is faced with keeping the company from falling into crippling debt whilst all the while living with a man who gains pleasure from her suffering.

Tickets: £6 (Regular) or £4 (QM Shakespeare members). An annual membership (QM Students) is £3 and this entitles you to discounts to our events.

Cast: Alice Wilson, Aoife Jane, Arjun Takhar, Charlie Spragg, Daniella Harrison, Freya Helton, Hannah Meyer, Marie Sadd, Max Griggs, Maximillian Chapman, Rhea Cosford and Sophie Howard.

Directed by Joseph Winer
Assistant Director: Thyrza Abrahams
Stage Manager: Samantha Yang
Lighting and Sound Design: Jordan Bassett and Stephanie Masserick
Costume Design: Alice Sinis

 

Writeidea Festival | Friday 17-Sunday 19 November | Ideastore Tower Hamlets | Free

The ninth Writeidea Festival, Tower Hamlets Council’s unique free reading festival, will take place at Idea Store Whitechapel over the weekend of 17 – 19 November 2017.

We have some fantastic speakers again this year including Stella Duffy, Alan Dein, The Gentle Author and Irenosen Okojie. FREE tickets are now available for all the events

See the full programme

 

Geo-Politics And Fairytales Abound as Part of A Season Of Bangla Drama | Friday 17-Sunday 19 November | Various venues in Tower Hamlets

A Season of Bangla Drama continues this weekend (17th – 19th Nov) with two geo-political plays and one fairy-tale!

 

Cause2Create: A festival of creativity for good | Saturday 18 November | Hackney Wick | Free

Celebrate creativity for good. Find out how non-profits and individual action are driving social change. Be inspired and empowered by the actions of others. Discover opportunities to use your time and talent to help #createchange.

Download full programme

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

Casual Box Office Assistants | Wilton’s Music Hall | Deadline: Ongoing

We are looking for friendly team members to join our Box Office and Reception team, providing box office support (both in person and on the phone), as well as welcoming people to our building and dealing with email queries.

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

 

Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives – Volunteers wanted!

One project in indexing and another photography based at this amazing archive of local history on the edge of Queen Mary campus.

 

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

 

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or submitting any personal information.

#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 1 November 2017

Welcome back for your weekly events and opportunities digest #6 for the autumn semester.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition coming out on Wednesday 8 November 2017.

Events

THIS WEEK (WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY)

English PGR Seminar Series | Thursday 2 November 2017 | 5.30pm | The Arts Pavilion, Mile End Park

This week it’s a slightly different PGRS, as you are warmly invited to the attend the launch of ‘Decorating Dissidence: The Exhibition‘ and a round table discussion on the 2nd November. Please note, there is a venue change and this event will be held at The Arts Pavilion, Mile End, E3 4QY. All are welcome.

 

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

Junior Producer and Youth Worker at Duckie | Deadline: 24 November

2 LGBTQ+ and QTIPOC focussed jobs at the Olivier award-winning socially minded events legend.

Apply

Operations Co-ordinator | Limehouse Town Hall | Deadline: 13 November

Limehouse Town Hall Consortium Trust has an opportunity for someone to join us part time for a year to support our work and the day-to-day running of Limehouse Town Hall. The Operations Co-ordinator will have strong project management, administrative and communication skills as well as experience and understanding of arts, culture and organising for change.

Details here

Opportunities & Volunteering

University Challenge Team Trials | 2 November | 11-2pm | Students’ Union Hub

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

 

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#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 25 October 2017

Welcome back for your weekly events and opportunities digest #5 for the autumn semester.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition coming out on Wednesday 1 November 2017.

Events

DATES FOR THE DIARY

Arts Launch at QMUL | Tuesday 8 November 2017 | 6pm | QMUL – Mile End | Free

Join us for a celebration of the arts and culture at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). The event will make the official launch of the university’s arts and culture strategy.

Speakers and performers

  • Colin Bailey, Principal and President of Queen Mary University of London
  • Tristram Hunt, Director of the V&A Museum
  • Stella Hall, Co-founder of the Green Room and leading festival director
  • Darren Henley, Chief Executive, Arts Council England

Performances include: 

  • Lois Weaver, performance artist and Professor of Contemporary Performance at QMUL
  • ‘My Saree’s Story’ by British/Bangladeshi drama practitioner Rokshana Khan
  • The Chinese Music Studio
  • Bangladeshi singer and song writer Saida Tani
  • Poet Nick Makoh
  • Dickie Beau, QMUL Associate Research Fellow and performance artist
  • Pianist Kate Ryder
  • Live jazz music from QMUL’s students.

Decorating Dissidence | 3 and 4 November | QMUL – Mile End | £10

Decorating Dissidence: Feminism, Modernism and the Arts will approach modernism as a longue durée to explore the enduring importance of female contribution to the arts as political protest throughout the twentieth century to now. We aim to intervene in contemporary, interdisciplinary debates concerning the boundaries of modernism and the direction of feminist modernist studies.

 

THIS WEEK (WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY)

QUORUM Postgraduate Drama Seminar: Amy Bryzgel – Wednesday 25 October 2017 | 6pm | QMUL – Mile End, Arts One RR2

Amy Bryzgel (University of Aberdeen) will present ‘Performance Art in Eastern Europe Since 1960.’.

English PGR Seminar Series: Julia Twigg | Thursday 26 October 2017 | 5.15pm | QMUL – Mile End, Lock-keeper’s Cottage

Julia Twigg will present ‘Clothing and the Embodiment of Age Identities: The Cultural Turn in Age Studies’.

#QMSexCult presents: Campbell X in conversation with kitt price | Wednesday 1 November | 6pm | QMUL – Mile End, Arts One Hitchcock Cinema

The Sexual Cultures Research Group present its first event of the new academic year: ‘Queer Poetics and the Disarray of Gender’: a conversation between the filmmaker Campbell X and dr. kitt price. The event will also include screenings of films by Campbell X.

 

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

TeachFirst Presentation | Wednesday 25 October | 6.30pm | QMUL – Mile End, David Sizer LT, Bancroft Building

Find out more about teaching with the TeachFirst scheme.

Book here

Casual Bar Staff | Wilton’s Music Hall | Deadline: 20 November

A busy receiving house that hosts a wide range of performances and events as well as being a public bar.

Details here

Opportunities & Volunteering

Volunteer English and Literacy Coordinator at Akwaaba | Deadline: 28 October

Every Sunday, people come from all across London to attend Akwaaba and the English classes we provide. Our members love these classes and we want someone to build on that.

Download the information pack here

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

 

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or submitting any personal information.

#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 11 October 2017

Welcome back for your weekly events and opportunities digest #4 for 2017-18.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition coming out on Wednesday 25 October 2017.

Events

BOOK AHEAD

Bloody Mary | Tuesday 24 October | 7pm | Backyard Comedy Club, Bethnal Green | Free

Are you interested in the performance of comedy? How does gender matter? This night will combine QMUL researchers and performance with professional comics including Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and QMUL MA graduate Elf Lyons. It’s fun and free –  get your ticket from the Backyard Bar website.

THIS WEEK

The Multiple Meanings of the Mendi | Wednesday 11 October, 12.30-2pm | QMUL – Mile End, Arts One 1.36

A roundtable seminar discussion of the centenary of the sinking of the SS Mendi and its cultural legacies.

QUORUM Postgraduate Drama Seminar: Jen Harvie – Wednesday 11 October 2017 | 6pm | QMUL – Mile End, Arts One RR2

Quorum welcomes Professor Jen Harvie (Queen Mary University of London) for the first research seminar of the academic year 2017-18. All Quorum events are free and open to everyone. Drinks and snacks provided.

Boom! Adversarial Ageism, Chrononormativity, and the Anthropocene in Split Britches’ ‘Ruff’ and Caryl Churchill’s ‘Escaped Alone’

English PGR Seminar Series: Erin Sullivan | Thursday 12 October | 5.15pm | QMUL – Mile End, Lock-keeper’s Cottage

Erin Sullivan (University of Birmingham) will present: ‘The audience is present: aliveness, social media, and the theatre broadcast experience’.

 

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

EXPLORING CAREERS IN LAW… FOR NON-LAW STUDENTS | Thursday 19 October | 6.15 – 7.45pm | LAWS 210

This Panel Discussion and Q&A involves recent QMUL alumni from the Schools of History and English & Drama who are currently working as lawyers.

The discussion will focus on what being a lawyer involves, the different routes to achieving a law career and top tips for how to get the career you want… starting from your time at QM.

Book here: https://qmul.targetconnect.net/leap/event.html?id=3697&service=Careers+Service

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

Market Researcher and Data Analyst | Roman Road Trust | Deadline: Wednesday 25 October

From graduate Rosie Vincent:

“We’ve got a number of positions in Market Research that have come up at Roman Road Trust. It would involve visiting local businesses in pairs to conduct survey work and gather footfall info. We’re looking to take on a few people. The roles will be part time and paid in gift vouchers of their choice – just in time for the festive purchases!”

 

Paid research collaboration opportunity for second year Single and Joint Honours Drama students | Deadline: Thursday 12 September 2017

Drama has been asked to participate in the development of a new interdisciplinary research-based module based on the collection at Barts Pathology Museum and to identify three second year Drama students (single or joint honours students) who will participate in this paid research project. The aim of this pilot is to develop a module that could be offered as part of the QM Model initiative.

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

 

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or submitting any personal information.

#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 4 October 2017

Welcome back for your weekly events and opportunities digest #3 for 2017-18.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition coming out on Wednesday 11 October 2017.

Events

BOOK AHEAD

Wasafiri New Writing Prize Event | 19 October | 6.30-8.30pm | Free

Join Wasafiri for an evening of readings by leading authors and the announcement of the winners of their coveted New Writing Prize.

This free event will take place in the historic People’s Palace in the campus of Queen Mary University of London, a short walk from Mile End station.

Leone Ross, Hannah Lowe and our very own Professor of Creative Writing Patrick Flanery will be reading from their latest works, while Boyd Tonkin will announce the winners.

 

THIS WEEK

English PGR Seminar Series: Stella Bolaki | Thursday 5 October | 5.15pm | QMUL – Mile End, Lock-keeper’s Cottage

Stella Bolaki (University of Kent) will present a seminar entitled:’“Intimate Authority”: Artists’ Books on Illness, Wellbeing and Medicine’.

QUORUM Postgraduate Drama Seminar: Jen Harvie | Wednesday 11 October 2017 | 6pm | QMUL – Mile End, RR2

QMUL’s Jen Harvie will present a session entitled  ‘Boom! Adversarial Ageism, Chrononormativity, and the Anthropocene in Split Britches’ ‘Ruff’ and Caryl Churchill’s ‘Escaped Alone’’.

 

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

Box Office Manager, LIFT | Freelance Fee Contract | Deadline 13 October at 10am

LIFT has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Box Office Manager to join the LIFT team to oversee all ticketing operations for the next instalment of our biennial festival, taking place across London throughout June 2018. This is a freelance position, working with the team from autumn 2017 – July 2018 (weekly days and hours vary depending on time of year, further details below).

The successful candidate will be a highly organised, bright and driven individual with at least 2 years experience of using Spektrix ticketing system. You will join a small, lively and creative team and report to the Head of Marketing & Digital and the Head of Finance & Operations.

For further details and to apply: http://bit.ly/LIFTjobs

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

No listings this week.

 

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

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#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 27 September 2017

Welcome back for your weekly events and opportunities digest #2 for 2017-18.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition coming out on Wednesday 4 October 2017.

Events

BOOK AHEAD

Literary Walks on Migrant Writers with Nadia Valman | 12, 29 October and 4 and 18 November | Free

Discover more about London’s literary culture and how it has been shaped by generations of migrant writers.

  • Rediscovering Rosemary Lane: Irish Migrants in Victorian London
  • Fragments of Jewish Whitechapel
  • Colonials in the Metropole: Migrant Bloomsbury
  • Left luggage: Reading Sam Selvon in Waterloo Station

 

THIS WEEK

QM Shakespeare Society | Thursday 28 September | 7.15-9.15pm | QMUL – Mile End, Blomeley Room 2, Student Union

‘QM Shakespeare Society has some exciting plans for the upcoming year which we would love for you to get involved with! This includes both performance and academic opportunities, so whether you’re keen to dig into some text, take part in a show or join us for a theatre trip, come along to our Meet and Greet to find out more. We’ll also be giving the details for our upcoming Shakespeare production with information on how you can get involved.’

English Postgraduate Research Seminar: Claire Preston | Thursday 28 September | 5.15pm | QMUL – Mile End, Lock-keeper’s Cottage

Title of paper: ‘Galleries, gardens, collections, closets: the rhetoric of observation in the seventeenth century’

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

QMUL Jobs Market | Thursday 28 September | 5-9pm | QMUL – Mile End, People’s Palace Foyer

The focus of this first of three Jobs Markets will be part-time vacancies, so this is a great opportunity for students who are looking for local work to support their studies.

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

No listings this week.

 

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or taking up an opportunity.

#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 20 September 2017

This is the first events and opportunities digest for new 2017-18 year.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition coming out on Wednesday 27 September 2017.

Events

THIS WEEK

CUB Magazine’s Party in the Park | Saturday 23 September | 3-5pm | Mile End Park

CUB Magazine is QMUL’s Arts and Culture magazine – we post weekly online at cubmagazine.co.uk and distribute over 2,500 print editions around campus annually. CUB’s Party in the Park is a great way to meet our editors and find out how you can get involved with the magazine! Find out how to contribute to any of their sections from Arts, London, UniSex, Music, Film, Personal Platform, Style and much more…Find us in Mile End Park by the canal (the opposite side of the canal to France House/Canal Side)

 

Preach the Peach | Tuesday 26 September | 6.30-8pm | QMUL – Mile End: David Sizer Lecture Theatre

PEACH, Queen Mary’s creative writing magazine is hosting its first event of the academic year. It will be a night of tremendous readings from QM writers and poets, along with displays of fantastic art from some of the university’s best artists.

“We want this to be a celebration of your voices, and therefore if you want to get your work heard and seen by the creative community at QM, be it a short story, poem, sketch or portrait, let us know by emailing your name and the title of your piece/pieces to peachmagazineqmul@gmail.com.

The universe is here for you to disturb.”

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

Paid Widening Participation Student Ambassadors needed! | Deadline 25 September

An ideal role for students who are considering becoming teachers or working with young people in the future. This scheme is flexible; projects are offered to ambassadors as and when they are available.

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

Welcome Fair | 10am-4pm | Wednesday 20-Thursday 21 September | SU Hub and around campus

Don’t miss your chance to meet our amazing array of societies, on campus activities and helpful services at Queen Mary.

Almeida Theatre Young Critics Programme | Deadline 2 October

Thanks to Pen Woods for sharing this nice opportunity for aspiring critics aged 15-25.

 

New Creatives Programme at Richmix | Deadline 29 September

‘A year-long programme, introducing 16s – 25s from Tower Hamlets to the arts and creative industries

During the year you will meet and learn from members of the Rich Mix team as well as experts from Rich Mix’s artistic partners.

Our six month taster programme runs from October 2017 – February 2018, during which you will learn the ins and outs of how an arts venue works, how to programme events and curate an artistic programme, how to produce events, how to promote events and use social media and the internet to get the word out there, how to reach new audiences and to connect with schools and community organisations, and how to make it all work financially!

Then, from February until September 2018, there will be an opportunity for 5 participants to gain a Silver Arts Award  and be offered a placement at Rich Mix. The placement will include receiving hands on experience in supporting programming, production and promotion of our annual TAKEOVER – an arts festival for 16s – 25s, as well as an opportunity to shadow our staff and to contribute to creative work that we do

At the end of the year, you’ll be inspired, envisioned and empowered to begin your career in the arts.

We are seeking young people from Tower Hamlets aged 16-25 to apply to become Rich Mix New Creatives. ‘

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or taking up an opportunity.

10 Creative Jobs in London to Apply For This Summer

Here’s some great jobs you can apply for in August!

Don’t forget if you’re a recent graduate or current student you can book an appointment with our careers team to talk through what’s out there, check your CV or application form or even have a mock interview.

1. Programming Intern, Sadler’s Wells

https://sadlerswells.engageats.co.uk/welcome.aspx

Deadline: 2 August 11.59pm

 

2. Casual Theatre & Events Technician, London Borough of Hillingdon

http://ig24.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_lbh01.asp?newms=jj&id=120222&

Deadline: 6 August

 

3. Assistant to the Director, Genesis Cinema

http://www.artsjobs.org.uk/arts-job/post/assistant-to-the-directors-10/

Deadline: 10 August

 

4. Marketing and Advertising Officer, A Younger Theatre

https://www.ayoungertheatre.com/jobs/

Deadline: 10 August at 5pm

 

5. Communications Assistant, Artichoke Trust

https://www.artichoke.uk.com/jobs/communications-assistant-vacancy/

Deadline: 14 August at 9am

 

6. Assistant to the Director, Globe Education, Shakespeare’s Globe

http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/about-us/opportunities/job-vacancies

Deadline: 18 August at 5pm

 

7. Press and Communcations Manager, Battersea Arts Centre

https://www.bac.org.uk/content/43834/about/jobs__opportunities/jobs_/press_and_communications_manager

Deadline: 21 August at 10am

 

8. Communications Manager, Bow Arts Trust

http://bowarts.org/about/communications-manager

Deadline 29 August at 9am

 

9. Marketing & Communications Assistant, The Foundling Museum

http://foundlingmuseum.org.uk/about/job-vacancies/

Deadline: 29 August at Midday

 

10. Marketing Assistant – Learning Programme, Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising

http://www.museumofbrands.com/about-us/vacancies.html

Deadline: 4 September at 10am

#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 7 June 2017

This is the last events and opportunities digest for the exam term.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition.

Events

BOOK AHEAD

Annual Drama Lecture: Jenny Sealey | Wed 21 June | QMUL – Mile End

This lecture draws upon Jenny’s experience as artistic director of Graeae Theatre Company, her work internationally and on the Paralympic opening ceremony for London 2012, to explore issues of access, aesthetics and social justice in theatre and performance.

 

THIS WEEK

Peopling The Palace(s) | Ends Friday 9 June | QMUL – Mile End

An incredible 2 weeks of events lined up, including film screenings, discussions, interventions and performances.

The eclectic programme will be showcasing work from a range of academics, live artists and recent Queen Mary graduates.

Highlights in the next week include:

  • First Flights (Thurs 8 June): A showcase of graduating students of 2017 including Chloe Dorato & Molly Giles, Trash City, Hugo Aguirre, Mimi Gilles, Georgina Da Silva, TABOO, Holly Smelt & Anna Dean, Rosie Vincent, Chloe Borthwick, Andrew Bourne.
  • Alumni Showcase (Friday 9 June): A day of performances from QMUL alumni. Beth Christlow, Atlas, Ema Boswood, Hannah Maxwell, Moa Johansson, Amanda Hohenberg and Pussy Patrons.

See the programme

For more SED events see our calendar here

Jobs & Paid Internships

No listings this week.

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

Win £25 Amazon voucher

If you’re a first or second year SED student you could win just by completing this survey.

 

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or taking up an opportunity.

#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 31 May 2017

We’re back for another week of events and opportunities that have been shared with us.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition.

Events

BOOK AHEAD

Annual Drama Lecture: Jenny Sealey | Wed 21 June | QMUL – Mile End

This lecture draws upon Jenny’s experience as artistic director of Graeae Theatre Company, her work internationally and on the Paralympic opening ceremony for London 2012, to explore issues of access, aesthetics and social justice in theatre and performance.

 

THIS WEEK

Peopling The Palace(s) | Wed 31 May – Sun 11 June | QMUL – Mile End

An incredible 2 weeks of events lined up, including film screenings, discussions, interventions and performances.

The eclectic programme will be showcasing work from a range of academics, live artists and recent Queen Mary graduates.

Highlights in the next week include:

See the programme

Jerry Brotton – Reformations 14: Shakespeare at Hay Festival | Thu 1 June | Hay on Wye

“The author of This Orient Isle asks how we understand Shakespeare in a global world when his language seems more remote than ever. Drawing on his recent involvement in international productions of Macbeth and Othello he explains how Shakespearean character and language is created through rehearsal and stage action. He concludes by arguing that schools should stop studying the plays as words on the page but instead rehearse and perform them however they can.”

 

For more SED events see our calendar here

Jobs & Paid Internships

No listings this week.

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

For current students:

QProjects Summer | Deadline midnight Thu 1 June

The QProjects Summer Programme is made up of 12 roles in charities which are exclusive to QMUL students. The roles cater to a range of different skills so we encourage applicants from all disciplines and years of study.

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

To add a listing to next week’s digest please email us by Friday 2 June 2017 at 17:00.

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or taking up an opportunity.

#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 24 May 2017

We’re back for another week of events and opportunities that have been shared with us.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition.

Events

SAVE THE DATE

Peopling The Palace (s) | Mon 29 May – Sun 11 June | QMUL – Mile End

An incredible 2 weeks of events lined up, including film screenings, discussions, interventions and performances. The eclectic programme will be showcasing work from a range of academics, live artists and recent Queen Mary graduates.

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THIS WEEK

 

The Lisa Jardine Lecture: Professor Lyndal Roper | Wed 24 May | 18:00 | QMUL – Mile End, Skeel Lecture Theatre

Professor Lyndal Roper will present the annual lecture entitled: ‘Cleverness is the garment that suits women least – Luther and Women’.

 

 

The Marked – Homelessness, Health, and Theatre: Performance and Symposium | Thu 25 May | 16:00-20:00 | QMUL – Mile End

Theatre Témoin, QMUL, and Pathway would like to warmly invite artists, researchers, clients, experts by experience, healthcare professionals and support providers to join the conversation at an evening of performance discussion around homelessness, health, and theatre. The event will include talks by speakers from the arts, psychiatry, health, and homeless sectors; an hour-long performance of 5* sell-out production The Marked; a reception; and a post-show panel.

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

Open Day Ambassador | QMUL

QMUL are looking for responsible and enthusiastic students to support the QMUL open days on Friday June 23rd and Saturday June 24th.

– Be part of something

– Earn while you learn

– Meet new people

– Bring QMUL to life

– Strengthen your CV

To sign up, email i.m.mckenzie@qmul.ac.uk

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

For current students:

Opportunities at The Print

This week is the last week current students can apply to join The Print (QMSU media)’s 2017-18 editorial team. The Print has a wide variety of roles available from section editors to a marketing team.

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

 

To add a listing to next week’s digest please email us by Friday 26 May 2017 at 17:00.

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or taking up an opportunity.

#SEDdigest – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 17 May 2017

We’re back with another instalment of our digest featuring the latest events and opportunities we’ve sourced that are coming up in the next week.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition.

Events

THIS WEEK

MAY/HEM | Tue 16-Thu 18 May | Oxford House Bethnal Green and QMUL – Mile End

MAY/HEM Festival: a curation of installation and performance works by the Final Year BA Drama students as part of their performance dissertation module.
The festival will take place at Oxford House in Bethnal Green (Tuesday, Wednesday) and at Queen Mary (Thursday).

See the full schedule

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Sexual Cultures Research Group present: Sara Ahmed | Wed 17 May | 18:00 | QMUL – Mile End, ArtsTwo Lecture Theatre

The Sexual Cultures Research Group is pleased to announce their third event, a public lecture by Sara Ahmed entitled ‘Queer Use’:

‘The lecture draws from my current research into “the uses of use.” In this lecture I reflect on the gap between the intended function of an object and how an object is used as a gap with a queer potential. I do not simply affirm that potential, but offer instead an account of how institutional and sexual cultures are built to enable some uses more than others. Small acts of use are the building block of habit: use can build walls as well as worlds. To bring out the queerness of use requires a world-dismantling effort; to queer use is to make usage into a crisis.’

Sara Ahmed is a feminist writer, scholar, and activist. She is the author of Living a Feminist Life, Willful Subjects, On Being Included, The Promise of Happiness, and Queer Phenomenology.

 

English PGR Seminar Series: Nick Freeman | Thu 18 May 2017 | 17:15 | QMUL – Mile End, Lock Keeper’s Cottage

You are warmly invited to the final English Postgraduate Research Seminar of 2016/17 with Nick Freeman, of Loughborough University. He will present ‘‘A middle-class and mediocre book’: Posing, Parody and the Wilde Style, 1894-1904′.

 Nick Freeman is Reader in Late-Victorian Literature at Loughborough University. He has published widely on the literature and culture of the fin de siècle, and is the author of 1895: Drama, Disaster and Disgrace in Late Victorian Britain and a recent edition of Arthur Symons’ Spiritual Adventures.

 

The Lisa Jardine Lecture | Wed 24 May | 18:00 | QMUL – Mile End, Skeel Lecture Theatre

Lyndal Roper will present the annual lecture entitled: ‘Cleverness is the garment that suits women least – Luther and Women’.

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

Clearing Hotline Operator | QMUL | Deadline: Fri 16 June

The Admissions Office at QMUL is looking to recruit a team of telephone operators to work on its Clearing Hotline, which is usually in operation for about four – five days in August.

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

No listings this week.

 

Calls for Papers

No listings this week.

 

 

 

To add a listing to next week’s digest please email us by Friday 19 May 2017 at 17:00.

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or taking up an opportunity.

#SEDweekly – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 3 May 2017

After a month’s break we’re back with the latest events and opportunities we’ve sourced that are coming up in the next week.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition.

Events

THIS WEEK

Quorum Drama Seminar Series: David Getsy | Wed 3 May | 18:00 in Lock-keeper’s Cottage | QMUL Mile End

This is the final event in David Getsy’s series of lectures as Distinguished Visiting Fellow in the Department of Drama at QM. The title of the session is ‘Rubbish and Dreams: Stephen Varble, Anti-Commercialism, and Genderqueer Performance on the Streets of 1970s New York’.

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QMCRLE Seminar in Religion and Literature: Mark Knight (Lancaster)  | Wed 10 May | 17:15 | ArtsTwo 2.17

George Eliot and the Key to Evangelical Mythologies

Evangelicalism is widely acknowledged to have played a major role in the socio-political life of Victorian Britain but little has been written about the influence of this pan-denominational religious movement on nineteenth-century literary culture. My talk will explore the methodological questions that face those of us who want to examine the influence of evangelicalism on the Victorian novel. For the limited number of scholars who have worked in this area, the starting point has often been George Eliot. But while characters such as Mr Bulstrode and Dinah Morris offer plenty of material and moments of insight, they lead, I argue, to a methodological dead end rather an interpretative key.

Place: ArtsTwo room 2.17
Time: Wednesday 10 May, 5.15pm

For more SED events see our calendar here

 

Jobs & Paid Internships

Programme Manager | Poet in the City | Deadline: Thu 18 May

Poet in the City is looking for a talented Programme Manager to deliver its programme of events, commissions and participation work, through curation, project management and marketing.

 

 

Opportunities & Volunteering

No listings this week.

 

Calls for Papers

A History of Hoxton Hall hosted by Hoxton Hall in association with Raphael Samuel History Centre and Centre for Life History and Life Writing, University of Sussex | Deadline: Thu 25 May

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‘Out of place: Vagrancy and Settlement’ Sat 16 Sept hosted at School of Advanced Study, University of London | Deadline: Fri 30 June

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To add a listing to next week’s digest please email us by Friday 5 May 2017 at 17:00.

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or taking up an opportunity.

#SEDweekly – Events and Opportunities Digest – Wednesday 29 March 2017

Here’s our latest events and opportunities we’ve sourced that are coming up in the next week. This is the last edition for Semester two and we’ll be back with in exam term.

Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition.

Events

THIS WEEK

English PGR Seminar: Ruth Abbott | Thu 30 Mar | 17:15 in Lock-keeper’s Cottage | QMUL Mile End

Join our special guest Ruth Abbott (University of Virginia) for her seminar ‘George Eliot in the Biblioteca Magliabechiana: Romola, the Florentine Renaissance, and the history of historical scholarship’.

For more SED events see our calendar here

Jobs & Paid Internships

Programming & Development Assistant at Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust | Deadline: Mon 10 Apr

Masterclass is looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Programming & Development Assistant to join the team.

 

PostDoctoral Opportunity on ‘Harold Pinter: Histories and Legacies’ three-year project | Deadlines vary per post

The Universities of Leeds, Birmingham and Reading are looking for Postdoctoral researchers to join the team on the AHRC-funded ‘Harold Pinter: Histories and Legacies’ three-year project.

Opportunities & Volunteering

Call out for Submissions: Eborakon | Deadline: Wed 2 Apr

Eborakon is an annual poetry magazine based at the University of York, publishing new writers alongside established poets.

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Calls for Papers

‘Organic Systems:  Environments, Bodies and Cultures in Science Fiction’ Sat 16 Sept hosted at Birkbeck | Deadline: Wed 31 May

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To add a listing to next week’s digest please email us by Monday 24 April 2017 at 5pm

We try and keep these listings as accurate as possible but errors can occur. Please check with the relevant party before going to an event or taking up an opportunity.