The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham is looking for 2 experienced practitioners (1 on a Tuesday evening, 1 on a Wednesday evening) to work across the academic year with our Youth Theatre, this will include directing productions to perform as part of our FESTIVAL OF YOUTH in July 2020 – each company has a 1 hour performance slot.
Aimed at local authority commissioners, service managers and staff, leaders of social enterprise and charities and those who fund the arts & culture sector, this free event features an exciting range of speakers including Create Glos Director, Pippa Jones.
From the 18th-30th August, the REVULVA gallery hosts ‘FAREWELL’, a nexus for young female artists navigating personal evolution. From old goodbyes to new philosophies, the revolutionaries of ‘FAREWELL' celebrate beginnings, journeys, artistic visions and infinite ventures.
Join Create Gloucestershire for this hands-on lab exploring where data and art meet.
Are you an artist interested in how data might shape your creations? Or do you work with data, and want to explore how to look at it in new ways? We want you to join us and get creative though team projects to discover, explore and represent data about the cultural education landscape in Gloucestershire.
Why would an artist want a variety of ‘things’ people could buy - at a range of price points? What kinds of merchandise would suit your work/brand/customers? How can you get your Art on the merchandise you want?
We’re recruiting for experienced and skilled Event Coordinators to join an ambitious and fast-paced culture and leisure Trust. This role will deliver events for The Cheltenham Trust and will make you a vital part of the cultural and leisure activities of Cheltenham.
Are you a writer who wants to experiment with telling stories via a smartphone? If so, the Paper Nations ‘Writing for All’ programme at Bath Spa University wants to hear from you!
Their ‘Beyond the Book’ commission will award three writers up to £5,000, to create a piece of digital writing. The commission challenges writers to develop innovative models for writing and publication. Applications can be from solo writers or partnerships of writers and technologists, and should be inventive; using functions such as GPS and camera phones. Stories must be mostly text-based, but should be innovative and experimental.
Prema (Uley, nr Dursley) is Gloucestershire’s most playful and risk-taking arts centre. It is seeking a new playmate who wants to explore and develop their creative practice using a free, warm, light and airy studio from September 2019 onwards. 18 month contract.
Join the creative @WyldwoodArts team as a marketing assistant. They’re looking for a P/T freelancer to help promote shows, workshops and projects through social media, press and digital. If you love the power of art to bring people together, this could be the role for you.
Severn Arts is seeking an exceptional Teaching and Learning Leader (Upper Strings). This post offers the opportunity to become involved in the delivery of music and arts education in Worcestershire and potential to influence and direct the overall Severn Arts’ programme of work.
This July SVA is bringing you Stroud's new FESTIVAL OF PLAY aimed at children but inclusive of adults; with activities, workshops and entertainment spread across two days in two locations. For more info about ak the events please go to Playground Fest
Creative Islands is looking to appoint an artist to undertake a research and development residency on the Isles of Scilly to develop a commission focussing on energy, the environment and new technologies.
The Courtyard is Herefordshire’s primary arts centre, producing, hosting and supporting a wide range of participatory and non-participatory events both in the main venue in Hereford and at others throughout the county. The Courtyard's Education Team are looking for a new Full Time Education Officer & Youth Theatre Leader
Thriving Communities grants have been created to support not-for-profit organisations and community groups who provide activities and support that help people stay well, do the things they enjoy and remain living independently at home for as long as possible.
Explore what you and your organisation can do to help tackle ecological disaster without breaking the bank in our two-day workshop. Speakers include David Hunter of leading social enterprise solicitors Bates Wells Braithwaite and Eoin McQuone of Sustainable Business Design as well as prominent local corporate and branding coaches.
Dimitri Hegemann who founded the famous techno club Tresor that with Berghain represents the pulse of Berlin and whose campaign 'Happy Locals' seeks to energize smaller towns.
Two recent changemakers are Ania Pilipenko, who heads the co-operative for Holzmarkt a large unusual riverside development and Robin Schellenberg, co-founder of Klunkerkranich, the rooftop club, with one Berlin's best views, that transforms during the day from a family gathering place into an evening club that helped revitalize Neukoelln.