foldA is hiring!

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    foldA (festival of live digital Art) is hiring! We are looking for four people to join our team in Kingston this summer for the second annual foldA!

    Assistant Technical Director/Production Manager

    Transportation Manager

    Assistant Access Coordinator Internship

    FOH/Box Office Internship 

    The Festival of Live Digital Arts (foldA) is an investigation of how digital technologies are contributing to the changing nature of live performance. Running from June 12th to 15th at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts, foldA includes livestreams, performances, and the StartUp; conversations, challenges, and workshops that build, design, and interrogate the next generation of digital live performance.

    Cover letter & resume with two references are to be submitted to producer@spiderwebshow.ca by no later than 12pm on Wednesday, April 10th.  

    Please include your availability for interviews on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019. We are happy to conduct interviews by Skype if requested. SpiderWebShow is an equal opportunities employer, and we encourage applicants of all backgrounds and abilities to apply. If you have any access requirements for the application or interview process please contact Madison Lymer at producer@spiderwebshow.ca or Michael Wheeler at (416) 9392173 so that we can accomodate.

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    Mariah Horner is an actor, director, indie producer, and scenic designer based in Kingston, Ontario. Co-founding the Cellar Door Project with Devon Jackson in 2013, Mariah has produced twelve shows with the site-specific company in Kingston and Ottawa. Mariah appeared on George Walker's Living in Your Car on HBO Canada. She is currently the Festival Director of the Storefront Fringe Festival in Kingston and is a Metcalf Foundation Intern with both SpiderWebShow and Theatre Kingston. She makes plays in weird places.