Project Ability is looking for amateur performers to take part in the group performance piece I’m Going To Tell You About My Life, which will premier in April 22nd in Glasgow as part of the Glasgow International festival.
The piece has been conceived by 80-year old Spanish artist Esther Ferrer and involves 10 performers who are fluent in British Sign Language and 10 verbal performers speaking in different languages.
If you are a BSL user or speak a language other than English, and you want to tell others about your life, please get in touch! No previous experience is required.
Rehearsal dates: Friday 20th April (pm) and Saturday 21st April (all day)
Performance: Sunday 22nd April, 1-3pm
The rehearsals will be led by Esther Ferrer, assisted by a BSL interpreter.
Project Ability will cover transport costs for all volunteers up to £10 per day
Please note that the performance will be:
– Filmed, and an edited version of the film will be on display at Project Ability’s Project Space for the duration of the festival.
– Professionally photographed, and the images taken may be used for press coverage, promotion of the event on the websites of the project organisers and funders, documentation and evaluation.
By participating in the event you agree to be filmed or photographed for these purposes.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this opportunity, or find out more, please contact:
Mónica Laiseca at email@example.com and
Celine Mcilmunn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: Tuesday 10 April, noon. Shortlisted volunteers will be notified by email on Friday 14 April.