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We’re looking for a Communities Programmer (Families and Schools) to join our vibrant Community Programming team, a vital part of the team of programmers here at JW3.
We’re looking for a Programme Manager (Communities) for five months to join our outstanding programming team here at JW3 while our Head of Community Programming is on sabbatical.
Four placements on the University’s ‘Artists Access to Art Colleges’ scheme, which allows artists to realise a project using University facilities e.g. technical workshops, IT, lending library and lecture programme
Four placements on the University’s ‘Artists Access to Art Colleges’ scheme, which allows artists and designer makers to realise a project using University facilities e.g. technical workshops, IT, lending library and lecture programme
Open Call for short silent films to be live scored by a unique band of local improvising musicians.
Open call for poetry/prose to be read out on the train for National Poetry. You can join us on the route to perform yourself or simply email us your work to be read by the Dwell Time team. Performances will be documented.
This is an exciting new role giving you a unique opportunity to help shape and inform a unique, stand-out visual and digital arts programme for Birmingham Hippodrome and the wider city. We want you to drive the programme’s development.
Lead artist sought for public art in Oxfordshire.
Artists are invited to submit works for exhibition alongside members of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters at their Annual Exhibition.
University for the Creative Arts are looking for a versatile individual to join their Technician team at Farnham.
Watermans is recruiting a visionary new Head of New Media Arts Development to succeed Irini Papadimitriou who is moving on after eight successful years.
Applications now open – placements for artists & designer-makers in host universities – Central Lancashire, Liverpool Hope, Chester, Sheffield Hallam, Staffordshire, Derby, Loughborough, Wolverhampton, De Montfort, Coventry, Anglia Ruskin, Hertfordshire, and Bucks New Uni.
Balance work and external commitments with a MA at the University of Plymouth. 3 Year Part-Time Course for 2018 entry.
seeking to grow artist representation on the Castlefield Gallery Board of Trustees. We are in particular looking to engage an artist Trustee living and /or working in the North West of England and working at an early career to mid-career stage.
responsible for ARC’s community-led programme, managing relationships with VCSE sector organisations and co-ordinating community events and activities held at ARC.
Gain practical experience in a public art gallery, in a full time, paid role, building a wide range of skills and experiences over 12 months. The traineeship is designed to provide you with a solid base for building a creative career.
to provide support for the casing & packing of new acquisitions, ensuring that art works are packed to Tate’s high standards. The post will also provide technical support for exhibitions & displays programme across the 4 sites & support our collections care initiatives.
seeking someone who is passionate about producing exemplary cultural engagement opportunities, with and for children and intergenerational audiences.
looking for an experienced and professional Fine Art Technician to join the Technical team based at Bermondsey gallery.
The role includes the delivery of a range of community projects, the organisation of events and the development of services with individuals and groups.
to support the Hayward Gallery exhibitions team in the planning and development of Hayward exhibitions and other projects and to provide administrative support to members of the exhibitions team.
responsible for managing key relationships with cultural sector organisations, including the Arc at Stockton and Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival, for advising artists & creative practitioners, appraising grant applications and contributing to the National Combined Arts Team.
this newly created role will support the Paul Mellon Centre’s initiatives by producing and maintaining digital resources for the study of British art and architecture.
this role will assist students from a wide variety of courses from Foundation, BA & MA Graphic & Media Design, Illustration & Visual Media to Design for Branded Spaces and Photography amongst others.