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World Fun Day: Cheltenham Together’s annual event takes place onSaturday 18 August, 12pm-4pm, Winston Churchill Gardens, Cheltenham. Lots of activities, music and food, plus an opportunity to participate in a consultation about a proposed street festival for the lower high street.
Opportunity to get involved in R&D sharing for a project exploring gender, drag and femme in performance. Hyper Fem challenges restrictive gender norms dictated and commodified by the patriarchy and questions the possibility of subverting these roles using a female body as the site for this satirical performance.
Worcestershire Arts Partnership is running a series of CPD courses aimed at developing skills in the arts and cultural sector. At only £10 for a half day course, with some excellent speakers, this is a great value way to develop your arts/cultural organisation
The Wordsworth Trust, through funding it receives from Arts Council England as a National Portfolio Organisation, is running a series of month-long poetry residencies between December 2018 and March 2019.
The Three Choirs Festival is seeking a great written communicator to join their fundraising team, working specifically on trust and foundation funding applications in support of their annual festival, strategic plan and growing outreach and education programme.
Can’t Sit Still is looking for a Freelance Stage Manager for our 2018 UK tour of Plink & Boo. Using acrobatics, live music and mountains of toys, Plink & Boo is an interactive circus theatre adventure to explore what happens when people don’t fit into boxes (even if it is the neatest place to put them).
September 2018 - January 2019 A Level 3 accredited course to gain the relevant skills to promote and deliver inclusive practice in your arts discipline. Delivered by recognised inclusion specialists, practitioners and inspiring guest speakers.
Fest West is on the lookout for small-scale professional productions that are available from 14 FEBRUARY – 2 MARCH 2019 to be part of next year’s festival, and would love to hear from artists based in the South West working in all disciplines of live performance including theatre/music/dance/spoken word/circus/inter-disciplinary performance.
Organised in association with British Music Society with an impressive list of jurors and advisors from Royal Academy of Music, the New Talent British International Youth Music Competition promises to be a highlight of London's music calendar and an extremely rewarding experience for those young musicians who take part.
Are you a young or emerging director looking for some space and support to workshop some of your brilliant ideas? Wilton’s Plays Without Décor Programme may be for you. As part of our Heritage and Artistic Engagement Programme, Wilton’s is offering four emerging directors the chance to use Wilton’s Aldgate and Allhallows Learning and Participation Studio for one week in October 2018.
Taking place on the 20th June at WWT Slimbridge. In this workshop you slow down and use photography, mindfulness, and walking to look again at the world around you. You learn to take notice and see the extraordinary in the ordinary.
Welcome to Creative Takeovers: a weekly co-working event for creatives in Gloucester. At Blackfriars Enterprise Hub in the city centre, 10am-5pm every Wednesday. You can drop in when you like. Work around other creatives where there is coffee, wifi and FREE support for your business from Uni of Glos staff.