Month: April 2012

job posting: research intern/admin associate to d’bi.young anitafrika

JOB TITLE
RESEARCH INTERN/ADMIN ASSOCIATE
A 6 MONTHS APPRENTICESHIP WITH d’bi.young anitafrika
POSITION CULMINATES IN A SCHOLARSHIP TO THE YEMOYA international artist residency in DECEMBER 2012 (www.yemoya.org).

LOCATION
MOUNTAIN FORESTS OF TAMIL NADU INDIA

DATE
23 JUNE – 23 DECEMBER 2012

JOB PURPOSE
Background
This is a multi-faceted role that involves research, admin, editing, proof-reading, international liaising, and occasional travel.
Purpose
To provide efficient and responsive administrative, organizational, and logistical support to d’bi.young anitafrika, assisting her in managing and prioritizing creative projects as well as researching, editing, and proof-reading for 3 of her upcoming publications. In tern ms.anitafrika will provide mentorship during the course of the apprenticeship as well as a full scholarship to the candidate to attend the YEMOYA international artist residency in December 2012.

The closing date for applications is June 1, 2012 and interviews will be held Monday June 4th, 2012 in Toronto and on skype for applicants outside of Toronto

Interested applicants should contact d’bi.young anitafrika: info@dbi333.com

my latest article on ‘the sorplusi methodology’ published in the canadian theatre review

for the last few years (10 really) i have been developing a performance theory – ‘the sorplusi methodology’ that emerges out of dubpoetry. the theory has now grown to include all arts but as a storyteller on stage, theatre is my primary lens. the article below, recently published in the canadian theatre review, is an excerpt of the book i am writing on the methodology, to be used as the primary text of the YEMOYA international artist residency. (www.yemoya.org). check it out and let me know your thoughts. in solidarity d’bi.

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