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Northern Rivers Community Gallery in Ballina is seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced digital animators with demonstrated experience in stop-motion animation techniques.

Working under the direction of NRCG staff, two facilitators will be responsible for the development and delivery of a special eight week digital animation youth program at Ignite Studios during March to June 2021, delivered as a two hour session each week.

The gallery is seeking a Lead Facilitator and a Support Facilitator to provide tuition and production support for the duration of the program. These two facilitators are expected to work collaboratively to deliver the full eight week program.

Applicants need to have workshop experience as well as stop-motion animation experience.

Facilitators are also required to have a valid Working with Children check and public liability insurance.

For further information, contact Gallery Coordinator Lee Mathers on (02) 6686 1494 or check out the detailed Expression of Interest document at the gallery’s website: www.nrcgballina.com.au.


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