Stellar Quines is an intersectional feminist theatre company.
Stellar Quines and A Play, A Pie and A Pint have launched The Marilyn Imrie Fellowship – a new development programme supporting theatre artists and practitioners in Scotland to develop their practice.
Applications are now being accepted for the first two fellowship positions which will be with Stellar Quines. These will offer a bespoke, co-designed learning journey and development programme for theatre artists or practitioners who are interested in exploring intersectional feminist theatre practice in any discipline.
Both fellowships will take place over 9 months from October 2022 – June 2023. Each fellow will receive a £4,000 bursary. The programme will include access to mentoring, bespoke introductions/connections and sharing opportunities.
The fellowship with A Play, A Pie and A Pint will be announced at a later date.
- Practitioners of any discipline within theatre may apply – e.g. writing, performing, directing, design, production/technical, engagement, marketing/PR, producing, fundraising
- Practitioners of any age, gender or career stage may apply
- You will have experience of working in the professional theatre sector, although there is no minimum or maximum level of experience
- You will have experience and interest in exploring and/or developing intersectional feminist theatre and/or work that challenges the patriarchy
- You will be based and working in Scotland
- Applications from practitioners from historically marginalised groups will be prioritised
- Applications will be accepted from pairs or small groups of artists who have a shared practice but the level of bursary grant will be the same
Application closing date: Monday 12 September 2022.
Find out more and apply via https://stellarquines.co.uk/creative/the-marilyn-imrie-fellowship
Stellar Quines is running an online info session on Wednesday 10 August at 1pm for those interested in applying. If you would like to attend, register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org