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
EASTERN ANGLES is looking for an ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE (Peterborough) to run our 2018 Engine Room project
Read the full article: Peterborough, Eastern Angles – Artistic Associate
Closes: 5pm Monday 26th February 2018
Contact: [email protected]
Read the full article: Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, ARTRIX - DIRECTOR
The Marina Theatre Trust, Lowestoft is seeking a dynamic and highly-motivated Chief Executive to lead the organisation at an exciting and important time of change for the theatre, Lowestoft and our wider region.
Read the full article: Lowestoft, Marina Theatre - Chief Executive
A key creative position to lead an artistically ambitious, socially engaged artistic programme that’s loved by artists and audiences and is a benchmark for quality in the sector.
Read the full article: North Finchley, London, Arts Depot - Director of Programming
Sunderland Culture is a new organisation created to bring together Sunderland’s most important cultural assets and activities and realise the ambition of a city brimming with creative potential.
Read the full article: Sunderland Culture – Creative Director
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Read the full article: Beijing, Omnibus Theatre -Theatre Practitioner
Little Voices Hackney is launching on 21st February 2018 and we are recruiting a drama and a singing tutor (these are two separate posts)
Read the full article: Hackney, London, Little Voices – Drama and Singing Tutors
Parrabbola are looking for two storytellers to be part of a new Rural Touring piece that we’re developing.
Read the full article: East Midlands, Parrabbola – Two storytellers
Do you have what it takes to press the accelerator and help SpareParts power into the future?
Read the full article: Crew, SpareParts Festival – Participation Officer
Rich Mix are looking for an Interim Head of Programmes to take the creative lead on Rich Mix’s live and learning programmes ensuring a diverse and exciting mix of international music as well as spoken word, performance, debate and engagement with local schools and communities. The postholder will oversee and direct the work of the Programming, Private Hires and Learning teams.
Read the full article: London, Rich Mix - Head of Programmes
Jacksons Lane are looking for an ambitious, commercially-savvy and financially-minded Executive Director (and joint Chief Executive) to work alongside the Artistic Director and lead an exceptionally talented and successful team of arts professionals.
Read the full article: London, Jacksons Lane - Executive Director
Tender Education and Arts is a London-based arts education organisation working nationally with young people to promote healthy relationships and prevent violence and abuse.
Read the full article: London/National, Tender Education & Arts - Education Manager
Contract: Full Time Permanent
Salary: £27,000 - £30,000 (dependant on skills and experience)
Location: Manchester City Centre
Read the full article: Manchester, Royal Exchange Theatre – Children and Young People’s Engagement Manager
Harrow Arts Centre is a busy theatre, arts and community complex with over 200,000 visitors each year. We are currently recruiting for a Participation Programmer to join our team on a fixed term basis until 30th September 2018 working part-time 22 hours per week.
Read the full article: Participation Programmer - G6 Part-time Fixed Term until 30/09/18
OPENx is TEDxLondon’s auditions and training programme for young and emerging TEDx talent, aged 16-25, who want to share their experiences, ideas and vision of a society they want to live in.
Read the full article: OPENx
Following revelations of inappropriate behaviour by high-profile individuals in the arts, an ArtsProfessional survey as revealed the experiences and views of the sector’s workforce. Frances Richens reports on the findings.
Read the full article: Pulse report: Sexual harassment in the arts – is enough being done?
As budgets tighten, many local authorities feel they have little choice but to cut spending on arts and culture. But how is the sector reacting and what should be done to help mitigate the damage? Frances Richens shares the findings of ArtsProfessional’s latest Pulse survey.
Read the full article: How is the sector reacting to cuts and what should be done to help mitigate the damage?
Creative Scotland has responded to ferocious criticism of its recent funding decisions by u-turning on a wave of planned core funding cuts.
Read the full article: £2.6m of additional funds will be used to re-admit five organisations into the core-funded portfolio until 2021, in a move described as a “victory for common sense”