The Goethe-Institute London is looking for an experienced Project Coordinator (Maternity Cover) to join its busy arts department to coordinate projects in the fields of theatre, dance, literature, and conferences.
Read the full article: The Goethe-Institute London - Project Coordinator (Maternity Cover)
We’re looking for a person passionate about the development of UK based creatives, a fantastic communicator who is enthusiastic about supporting emerging talent.
Read the full article: Manchester International Festival - Creative Development Manager
Coventry City of Culture Trust was set up in 2015 to bid to be UK City of Culture in 2021.
Read the full article: Coventry City of Culture Trust - Community Engagement Manager
Herts Inclusive Theatre are looking to expand their pool of freelance workshop leaders, especially those with SEN knowledge and experience.
Read the full article: Herts Inclusive Theatre - freelance workshop leaders
Do you have excellent communication, organisational and administration skills? If so we would like to hear from you.
Read the full article: Young People's Programme Coordinator
Theatre Royal Plymouth is seeking an Assistant Director for our next Young Company production, THEY, created and devised by TRP Young Company under the direction of Nik Partridge . This will be performed in The Drum from the 22nd-25th August 2018.
Read the full article: Theatre Royal Plymouth Assistant Director Young Company
Chorus Theatre will be delivering a new youth theatre project in Coalville, Leicestershire starting in late March 2018.
Read the full article: Leicestershire, Coalville - Youth Theatre Workshop Leader, Chorus Theatre
We are looking for an experienced Youth Theatre Director who is passionate about the personal, educational, creative and social development of young people and who is able to deliver, develop and coordinate Freedom Studios Youth Theatre and workshop delivery in schools in Bradford.
Read the full article: Freedom Studios, Youth Theatre Director
video gaming can be adapted into an arts activity, making cross curricular links into literature and drama too.
Read the full article: Arts Award Guest Blog: Gaming and a 2000 year old Greek tradgedy. What's the link and how does Arts Award fit in?
Celebrate the work of two centres who successfully combined Arts Award with their NCS work.
Read the full article: Arts Award Guest Blog: Making a Difference
Blog from the Youth Music Network written by Rachel Parsons at More Music who talks about how she embedded Arts Award across their youth music programme.
Read the full article: Arts Award Guest Blog: This Ain’t a Scene - Arts Award, Youth Leadership and developing practice
Delivering music projects to young people in Hartlepool
Read the full article: Arts Award Guest Blog: Music & Fanzines
Publica is seeking to recruit a creative and dynamic community development professional.
Read the full article: Oxfordshire, Publica - Community Development Professional
CHILDREN & THE ARTS – the national children’s charity tackling inequality through sustained arts experiences.
Read the full article: London/National, Children and the Arts- CEO
Salary: £26k - £30k pro rata per annum
Read the full article: Leicester, The Spark Arts for Children - Creative Producer
Salary: £30,900 per annum
Contract: Permanent, full-time (40 hours per week)
Read the full article: Ipswich, The New Wolsey Theatre - Head of Creative Learning
An international performance by Akram Khan Company. It is estimated one performance by the company in France generates €20,000
Read the full article: More than one in five Creative Industries Federation members say they would consider moving their business abroad if the UK and the EU reach no favourable trade deal.
The arts sector is wasting energy by ‘pleading’ for more curriculum space, while ignoring that it is becoming increasingly irrelevant for school students who cannot see a link between their studies and arts-based careers, the Chief Executive of Creative & Cultural Skills (CC Skills) has warned.
Read the full article: CC Skills Chief Executive Pauline Tambling has warned arts subjects in schools are becoming irrelevant and arts-led education work needs to be more job-focused
A magic mirror to “unchain theatrical barriers” and an interactive high-stakes thriller are two of the immersive arts projects supported through a new Arts Council England (ACE) fund.
Read the full article: Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Pilot Theatre are among the organisations awarded grants of up to £20k to develop “riskier, content-driven projects”
The Guildhall School has just opened applications to a new short course: ‘Entrepreneurship skills for performing artists’.
Read the full article: The Guildhall School, London - short course: ‘Entrepreneurship skills for performing artists’
We are looking for 5 [intransit] Producers to work alongside our Youth Programme Co-ordinator in the lead up to b-side Festival 2018.
Read the full article: Paid Opportunities for Young People, b-side
All Reboot workshops are free to attend. To apply, please email [email protected] with your CV & an expression of interest, with the name of the workshop in the email title. Full details on clodensemble.com.
Read the full article: Clod Ensemble - spring season of Reboot artist development workshops
At Animikii Theatre we take skills and techniques in physical theatre and combine them with the rigour of actor training.
Read the full article: Manchester, Animikii - skills and techniques in physical theatre
We are pleased to present a commissioning opportunity open to artists, practitioners and cultural organisations.
Read the full article: Milton Keynes - Pedalling Culture Commissions, AHA-MK
Commission for a company or a partnership of two or more people to deliver a ‘Strategic Planning Course for Working With Formal Education’
Read the full article: West Midlands - Tender for Programme Development and Delivery, Arts Connect