Native Earth Performing Arts has an opportunity for you to learn your craft in our new theatre!
You must have drive and a willingness to learn and be taught. If you love theatre then you will love to be mentored by our experienced and professional artists.
As with all endeavours at Native Earth Performing Arts, in regards to these apprenticeships, we strive to work within the seven traditional guiding principles of Wisdom, Patience, Courage, Strength of Character, Tolerance, Humility and Generosity.
You must be willing to work from there as well.
All apprentice applicants, please submit a CV and a letter speaking to the descriptions herein and your accompanying suitability. All positions are paid at a professional trainee’s rate, varying depending on demands and time span.
Please contact Artistic Associate Cole Alvis with any questions.
416-531-1402 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions DUE Monday, October 29th (unless indicated)
Submissions should be sent by email to Artistic Associate Cole Alvis at email@example.com
Our exciting apprenticeships on offer are listed below. If you have an opportunity that is not listed here please contact us as we are open to your ideas.
PRODUCTION SPECIFIC APPRENTICESHIPS
Artist assistant/Elder Host to work alongside Gloria Miguel of Chocolate Woman Dreams the Milky Way of Chocolate Woman Collective
Apprentice Festival Coordinator for Weesageechak Begins to Dance Festival XXV, to work with Festival Coordinator Richard Cliff in conjunction with the entirety of NEPA staff and participating artists
Apprentice Actors for Weesageechak Begins to Dance Festival XXV
Apprentice Actor serving also as understudy to PJ Prudat on Café Daughter by Kenneth T. Williams, a Gwaandak Theatre production
NON-PRODUCTION SPECIFIC APPRENTICESHIPS
Apprentice Arts Administrator, Summer Student position