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Administrator Recruitment

7th April 2015

Emergency Exit Arts (EEA) creates unforgettable events and participatory experiences using visual performance, processions, puppetry, music and pyrotechnics. We are looking for a flexible person to work part-time (0.8) as the Administrator and join our busy team at a very exciting time!

Recruiting for Event Producer

15th December 2014

We are looking for a dynamic Event Producer to lead on programme delivery for the company

Platform Shift+

10th December 2014

EEA is excited to be a partner for PLATFORM Shift+, a successful larger scale cooperation project announced by the European Commission under their European Culture Funding Stream Creative Europe. It consists of 11 partners from 9 countries - ten theatres and a university.

Young Citizen's Initiative

23rd September 2014

This Autumn as part of our Creative Activism Programme EEA are working with, Forest Hill School to launch a Young Citizen's Initiative which will build on the success of their Youth & Philanthropy Initiative and deliver a programme that actively engages the school’s students in the planning and delivery of activities, events and projects that seek to address the priorities, issues and needs identified within the school’s local community.

Creating Routes

2nd September 2014

Creating Routes is a free practical training programme for theatre-makers who want to use their creative skills in the community.
Over 9 months you will get the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and experience needed to get employment in Participatory Arts. 

Young Londoners ask ethical questions about how they ‘should’ engage with Heritage

11th August 2014

The Only Way Is Ethics (TOWIE) project, developed with 18-25 year olds from across London, have just presented their findings to arts and heritage professionals and young people from across London at a Symposium called ‘Thinking Is The New Rebellion’

EEA – A Way Out of the Ordinary into the Extraordinary