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Poster Maker Needed!

Analogue Ensemble are looking for a someone to produce posters for their forthcoming series of screenings, discussion groups and artist led workshops. 

We are currently a quarter way through our 2018/19 programme, funded through a project grant supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Whitstable Biennale and University of Kent.

We’ve had a busy and exciting first 3 months and over the next 4 weeks we’ll be publishing details of our Autumn/Winter programme and would love to give this next period of activity another dimension in the form of some stunning poster work that will not only communicate what we’re up to but also standalone in its own right.

You might identify as a graphic designer, you could be an artist who works with text and image, maybe you’re an illustrator working with bold type and innovative layouts whatever you want to call yourself is fine we don’t really care but you’ll definitely be someone who is passionate about visual communication, be able to create arresting designs on paper, love words and knows how to lay them out to communicate a message and at the same time is excited about breaking some rules.

If this sounds of interest please get in touch by emailing a short statement about you, with links to previous works.  This is a paid opportunity.  Deadline: midnight
9 September 2018.  Email address:

If you have any access requirements in relation to applying to this opportunity or need the details in a different format please contact Cathy at

A bit more about us:

Analogue Ensemble was formed in August 2015 by Cathy Rogers and Joseph Dance to bring artists experimental film and sound events to Ramsgate pairing local and nationally renowned artists to present their work live. Quarterly events were held at the Ramsgate Music Hall showing work and discussion between audiences and artists. In 2017, we curated an exhibition of video and film for the Strangelove Festival in Folkestone and put together a night of 8 and 16mm film projections and live performance for the Whitstable Satellite, 2016.

For 2018 we’ve embarked on a years' worth of screenings, discussion groups and workshops for 8 - 18 year olds, starting with an exhibition and associated events at University of Kent, School of Arts Studio 3 Gallery and a screening for Whitstable Biennale on 4th June.

Cathy Rogers is an artist filmmaker and programmer with an MPhil in experimental film (RCA). She has shown work across London and the South East and delivered papers on expanded cinema at Canterbury Christ Church University, Goldsmiths, RCA and The Association of Art Historians Annual Conference. Joseph Dance has an MA in English Literature from the University of Cambridge where he co-coordinated a number of performance and experimental film events. Joseph is currently working as an archivist and is interested in how archives can be used to engage audiences in the sphere of artists’ film.

To see more of what we’ve been doing so far head over to our facebook page and blog.


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