Performance Capture Position:
The Spatial Technologies Applied Research and Training initiative at Lethbridge College is looking to fill one position for motion, voice and performance capture. Using motion capture and facial capture technology, we are recording movement and performance data to be used in the creation of digital characters for virtual reality training scenarios. The position will require movement and voice acting to combine emotion, expression and action for the embodied character. The role is portraying an 80 year old female with dementia who is interacting with a caregiver. This role will require a range of emotions and expressions to accompany the emotional state of the client – from confusion and despair to frustration and anger.
Experience with voice and stage acting is preferred
Confident playing an elderly female character in both action and voice
Performers must be able to wear the motion capture suits which range from a men’s small to large – approximately 4-12 in women’s sizes
Estimated time in production is 4 hours
Location: Lethbridge College TE Building
Date and Time - Dec. 1-7th for a 4 hour block depending on availability. Evenings and weekends are also possible to accommodate actor's schedule
Pay: $200 stipend
There is opportunity for recurring roles for the research project that will last over the next year
If interested, please contact Tyler - email@example.com
The Fort Museum of the NWMP and First Nations Interpretive Centre is looking for a Collections Assistant to join our team
This is a seasonal, full-time position for 35 hours/week. The Collections Assistant will assist the Collections Manager with both daily and project-specific activities, including collections management, basic preventative conservation, exhibit research and production, research inquiries, and artifact documentation, care, and handling. If you are a reliable and flexible team player who enjoys working with and learning about history, this position may be the opportunity for you! Museum experience or education is considered an asset. This position is in part funded by the Young Canada Works at Building Careers in Heritage Internship Program, so we are looking for college or university graduates who possess an undergraduate degree or higher and meet the qualifications of this YCW program. The Fort Museum is an equal opportunity employer who will consider applications from Canada's federal job equity groups.
Contract length: 16 weeks
Application deadline: 2020-12-05
Job Types: Full-time, Internship
Salary: $15.00 per hour
Interested candidates should apply with their resume through the Indeed posting or directly via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matthew Bogard from the University of Lethbridge is looking for a graphic designer to create a small image (roughly 11cm X 5 cm) for inclusion in a grant application. The successful candidate will assist in designing a mountains-to-prairies landscape with arrows incorporated to depict the flow of carbon from land, to water, to the atmosphere.
Application deadline: October 9, 2020.
Project completion deadline: October 20, 2020.
Display Opportunity for Local Artists! Showcase your work at The Port Coworking Space! Located in the heart of Downtown Lethbridge, The Port provides a venue for local artists to share their work in a creative, collaborative, shared work space. This is a great opportunity to get some exposure and make connections with the Lethbridge business community. We take no commission if someone wants to purchase. We're all about supporting local and making connections. Check out theportyql.com, and call 403-894-3150 or email email@example.com for more info on the space or to contact us
Are you teaching private music lessons or interested in becoming a private studio teacher? Why not consider joining ARMTA, the Alberta Registered Music Teachers’ Association?
We are a professional organization of private studio music teachers of all disciplines and instruments. Our aim is to promote excellence in teaching and provide support and learning opportunities for both students and teachers. Those who have completed a Bachelor of Music or an ARCT with a recognized examining board are welcome to become members. Teachers with a minimum level 9 certification may join as affiliate members. Benefits include professional development, regular student recitals, student awards, advertising, liability insurance and opportunities to share with and gather information from other teachers in a supportive environment. Teachers of all instruments or voice are invited to join!
Email Christine Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the following links for more information: