AMP

Arts Mentorship Program

Suitcase in Point introduces AMP (an Arts Mentorship Program) for Niagara’s emerging and creative technical theatre and festival production workers. We aim to build technical and producing skills for emerging arts workers and volunteers through a series of internships, workshops and in-depth volunteer opportunities. AMP provides hands-on training in an aim to build a roster of experienced, emerging cultural workers and skilled youth in Niagara. AMP empowers new generation artists with the skills, technical assets and space for the creation of new work. We aim for this program to bring experience and retain Niagara’s young people through technical experience in the arts.

Call for Volunteers

Advanced Roadie Opportunities

Are you a secondary or post secondary student in the Niagara Region looking to get in on the action at In the Soil Arts Festival 2017? We are currently accepting applications to join our advanced stage crew volunteer posse. Be mentored by leading technical professionals, get hands on stage crew experience and contribute to one of Niagara’s most anticipated arts festivals.  In the Soil takes place in downtown St.Catharines from April 28 to April 30. There will be a required volunteer workshop for all accepted applicants on Monday 24 April from 5pm to 8pm. To apply please fill out the questionnaire link here.

Meet the newest members of our team!

We welcome students of Brock University’s Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Art as our official AMP interns. Meet Allie, Elizabeth and Jillian!

Allie Aubry

Allie just finished her third year at Brock University and is well on her way to receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Honours in the Dramatic Arts Program, concentrating in Stage Craft, Production, and Design.

At Brock she has gained some experience as a stage crew member, lighting operator, assistant stage manager, and has recently designed three shows for Brock’s One Act Festival. She also has a performing arts diploma from Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, trained in singing, acting and dancing.

Her greatest love is her 6 year old orange tabby cat named Keith, the greatest cat in the whole world!

Elizabeth Pereira

From Oakville ON, Elizabeth is a soon-to-be graduate of Brock University’s Dramatic Arts and English departments. Primarily a performer over the past few years, her role as Lighting Co-ordinator for the Mainstage production of “Radium Girls” led her to love all things technical in theatre. She is very grateful to have the opportunity to be a part of the In the Soil Arts Festival.

Jillian Wardel