Last week Arts Council England launched the Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme that will establish a network of three museums or galleries to exhibit and respond to the Arts Council Collection over a three-year period, from April 2019 until March 2020, raising the profile of the Arts Council Collection.
This is an open invitation to the people of Barton & Tredworth.
If you are a community group, would like to start something in your community , feel you would benefit from connecting with community groups or have an offer or service to support local people (such as people, funding or facilities) then this is something not to miss!
Do What You Love! Working for yourself, freelancing or running a business is an experience of a lifetime. It’s a creative experience. It’s an intellectual experience. It’s an exhilarating endurance experience. If you are thinking of turning your passion into your life’s work then this start-up course is for you.
Severn Arts are seeking to appoint a new Chief Executive to lead the company through its transition to become a strategic, inclusive arts organisation in the West Midlands. £55,000 - £65,000 Full-time Permanent position
Come and listen to Philip Harper demystify the subject of Artistic Direction. Philip will discuss the importance to artistic leaders of self-learning, curious listening and wild imagination, as well as covering the basics of 'on the ground' artistic direction as a conductor working with bands in rehearsals.
Join us for facilitated workshops & discussion to share experience and learning around: Integration of disabled & non-disabled performers in Carnival parade, & Integration of South Asian arts influences into Carnival. Also, to share your experience & knowledge to help form ambitious joined up plans for the future!
Interested in building a creative career, working freelance or starting a business? Then let us help you! Find out how you can take your creative career to the next level in this FREE evening workshop. No suits allowed!
Open to all, bring a sketchbook and get sketching! Meeting at 10 am at the Coffee Lab in Gloucester Docks (https://www.facebook.com/coffeelabgloucester/), then on to sketch the factory buildings, waterways and surrounding area. Gather again at the Coffee Lab at 12 midday for a "Sketchbook Throw-down" and photos.
Do you make performance work with / and for family audiences (7 - 11 years)
Falmouth University is leading the development of South West region-wide project which aims to collaborate with five international performance companies (see the long list of artists below) who make work with / and for family audiences (suggested target age of 7 - 11 years)
Join us for an evening of activities celebrating female activists of the past the asking, on the centenary of The Representation of The People Act, where do we go from here? Including zine making, spoken word poetry, and creative activism. Followed by a screening of Made In Dagenham.
Playback Theatre is a unique form of improvised theatre that invites a true story from an audience member which is then re-enacted on the spot. Playback Theatre is now practiced worldwide as community theatre drawing people together through the bonding experience of shared stories.
Calling all creatives & technologists interested in the future of immersive content & experiences. Apply now for a 15k bursary to spend 10 months exploring the potentials, challenges and opportunities of your ideas with @SW_CTN. Deadline 2 Sept http://wshd.to/i2
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.