Pat Kielty, Participation Officer for Thurrock Council, graduated from YMCA George Williams College with an MA in Youth and Community Work in July this year.
Read the full article: Does youth policy & theory meet practice? How does the rhetoric of treating young people with respect compare with the reality?
Arts and culture are given no more than a passing reference in the new Creative Industries Sector Deal, an agreement under which the Government and creative sector businesses in England will work together on initiatives to “boost productivity, employment, innovation and skills”.
Read the full article: The £150m Creative Industries Sector Deal supports the development of creative clusters and the roll out of a creative careers programme but prioritises digital businesses over culture.
Would-be actors from low-income homes are being shut out of the profession, say campaigners
Maria Coelho and Michael Savage
Read the full article: Drama schools urged to cut their audition fees
Leading figures from the special educational needs community have backed calls for a “bill of rights” to protect pupils excluded from school, but want it to be more than just a “tick-box” exercise.
Read the full article: Bill of rights’ for excluded pupils must not be tick-box exercise
Funding to help the most talented pupils get a place at private music, dance and drama schools has been extended, but unions have warned the majority of children are missing out on the arts.
Read the full article: Government extends private art school grants, but unions demand funding ‘for all pupils’
As the co-director of Fun Palaces it is not only easy for me to say that all culture should be inclusive, it’s pretty much expected.
Read the full article: Ahead of our Uncommon Ground symposium, Stella Duffy, Co-Director of Fun Palaces, shares her experience and tells us how Fun Palaces are working to make the arts more inclusive.
‘Lots of useful information and discussions - felt tailor-made to our own practice’
- Course Participant 2017
Read the full article: Artswork Essentials: Equality & Diversity by Artswork 16th May : £90 – £150
Closes: 9th May 2018, Part time, Salary (£15k-20k pro rata)
Contact: Virginie email@example.com
Read the full article: London, Moon Lane Ink - Workshop leaders for children's bookshop
Closes: 27th April 2018, Full time, £30k-40k)
Contact: Ben Jolly firstname.lastname@example.org
Read the full article: London, Big Creative Training - Performing arts lead tutor
Location: West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and The Humber
Fee: £30,000 Pro Rata + £1500 p/yr expenses (approx. 2 days p/wk) freelance.
Read the full article: Enablers – West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and The Humber
Closes: 30th May 2018, Part time, Salaryd (£15k-20k pro rata)
Contact: Rachael Rachael.McCormick@pqacademy.com
Read the full article: Fylde, PQA - Musical Theatre Teacher, PQA Fylde
Closes: 10th July 2018, art time, Salary (£20k-25k pro rata)
Contact: Jess Headington@stagecoach.co.uk
Read the full article: South East, Stagecoach - Dance, Singing and Drama teacher needed
Closes: 23rd April 2018, Full time, Salary (£25k-30k)
Contact: Kay Sutton email@example.com
Youth Arts Manager (one year fixed term contract from 11 June 2018) – 37.5 hours per week, £26,530 per annum plus staff benefits
Read the full article: Manchester, The Lowry - Youth Arts Manager, The Lowry
Closes 1st July 2018, Part time, Salary (£20k-25k pro rata)
Contact Rachel Hardway firstname.lastname@example.org
Read the full article: West Midlands, Breakout Performing Arts - Singing, Dancing or Acting Teacher required
Closes: 1st July 2018
Location: South East, Kent
Type: Part time
Salary: Paid (£15k-20k pro rata)
Artform: dance, music, theatre
Contact: Gemma email@example.com
Read the full article: Musical Theatre Teacher, Stage Theatre School
Closes 31st May 2018, TypePart time, Salary (£20k-25k pro rata)
Contact: Sunita Chana firstname.lastname@example.org
Read the full article: London - Drama Tutor needed for After school clubs, West London, SKiPZ Productions CIC
Closes11th May 2018, full time, Salary (£15k-20k)
Contact: Kristianne Drake email@example.com
Read the full article: South East and South West - Artsmark Officer, Artswork
Closes: 1st May 2018, TypePart time, SalaryPaid (£15k-20k pro rata)
Art form: crafts, combined arts, interdisciplinary arts, literature, music, theatre
Contact: Cydney Phillip firstname.lastname@example.org
Read the full article: London, The Tabernacle - Youth Activities Assistant, GLUE (The Tabernacle W11)
Closes 7th May 2018, TypePart time, Salary (£15k-20k pro rata)
ContactPaul Sutton email@example.com
Read the full article: Merseyside, Artform Theatre & Digital Media Company - Drama and Media Workshop Leader, C&T
Nottingham Playhouse is looking to appoint a confident, self- starter with strong administrative skills to join our busy Participation Department.
Read the full article: Nottingham Playhouse - Participation Administrator
Marie Graham, Chairperson and Mary Goss, Administrator at Newry Musical Feis talks to use about the benefits of Speech & Drama.
Read the full article: Benefits of Speech and Drama
This workshop is for young people (age 16-25) who identify as trans and/ or non-binary and are interested in taking an acting master class.
Read the full article: Trans Acting Workshop: West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds
The former Bradford Odeon will be transformed into a 4,000 capacity events venue.
Read the full article: The Government’s £15m Northern Cultural Regeneration Fund has awarded grants to three major capital projects in the North of England
The “very real difficulties” arts organisations in Wales face when attempting to raise funds privately have been identified in a new report into the feasibility of increasing non-public funding for the arts.
Read the full article: Fundraising skills deficit in the arts
A new national, knowledge sharing network focused on socially-engaged arts practice is set to be established and led by Battersea Arts Centre (BAC).
Read the full article: Socially-engaged Arts