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Jobs and Opportunities

Work with us

Dreamachine is produced and developed by Collective Act, a producer of powerful large-scale participatory commissions. We are a flexible and independent team that collaborates with a network of artists, freelancers, partners, and festivals to create memorable public projects across the globe. We champion a collective and multi-disciplinary approach to producing new work, creating space for taking risks and the unexpected to bring ambitious ideas to life. As a team, we are driven by the ethos of creating meaningful shared experiences that build connections and help change the way we look at the world.


Current opportunities

As we grow the Dreamachine programme and tour, we are expanding our team of freelance associates and contractors. We are looking to meet people with considerable experience in their field, who have a high level of technical and practical expertise in their discipline as well as honed communication and interpersonal skills; people who are adaptable and resourceful, who are motivated to work alongside a team of diverse minds from a range of backgrounds and approaches, with a creative, collegiate and flexible approach to collaboration. 

We are keen to hear from people who are motivated by the mission and values of the Dreamachine, and are driven by ensuring the deepest impact possible for our audiences. It is essential to us that inclusion and access remains at the heart of all our work. 

We would love to hear from:

Digital Producers 
Production Managers
Fundraisers and Business Development

Download the full information pack for more detail on all the above roles, including information on how to submit your CV to us.

If you require information about jobs or opportunities in an alternative format and/or would like to apply for a role in an alternative format, for example via video if you are a BSL user, please get in touch to arrange this at recruitment@collectiveact.co.uk

Freelance Associates Information Pack
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Dreamachine is inspired by an extraordinary but little-known 1959 invention by artist–inventor Brion Gysin. Over sixty years after its original invention, Dreamachine has been radically reimagined as a powerful new kind of collective experience.

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