The Music Works (TMW) is looking for two outstanding Senior Music Leaders to work closely with our Creative Directors, Ben O’Sullivan and Malaki Patterson, to help develop and deliver our growing music participation programme in schools and community.
Llanthony Secunda Priory is a medieval priory right in the centre of Gloucester. We are organising a wedding photoshoot with a twist - it will be a Steampunk wedding with an Alice in Wonderland theme. We are looking for local suppliers to help us organise the day.
Thanks to a grant from Leverhulme Arts Scholarships, Circomedia can offer one successful applicant with strong links to the South West, a fully funded place on the MA in Directing Circus, plus £1000 towards travel costs. (£8000)
We are seeking a creative, dynamic Youth Arts Producer. We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic about working with children and young people to join our team. The role will coordinate and manage the delivery of our participation offer, including weekly classes, schools’ engagement and work with young audiences.
Strike A Light is seeking an experienced Lead Youth Theatre practitioner for their young people’s engagement offer in Gloucester. We are looking for practitioners with a real commitment to enabling young people to fulfil their potential.
Makers & Tools is a collaborative making project exploring the relationship between craft makers and their tools. The makers will be in residence at New Brewery Arts developing their work and sharing what has happened during the project so far.
We are looking for artists to provide postcard size art to a project called Hidden Potential. Art will be exhibited at Elmore Court in September with other submissions and then each sold to raise funds for our charity Gloucestershire Young Carers
EVERYBODY DANCE seeks a talented aerial dance practitioner for outreach and performance work. Our Man in the Moone is an outdoor arts and heritage project directed by Rachel Freeman comprising aerial dance performance, workshops and training for disabled and non-disabled people of all ages.
Applicants should have professional aerial dance experience with performance, teaching skills and interest in working inclusively and outside.
We are wondering if you might have any of the following skills: painting - refurbishing - floors - carpentry - furniture restoration - upholstery - de-cluttering - outdoor work - bramble removal - site clearance
In exchange for your talents, willingness and up to five hours of your time per day, we would love to offer you fabulous food inclusive of breakfast, lunch and supper, accommodation and of course social time in the evening.
Create Gloucestershire, ACP (Art Couture Painswick) and Gloucestershire Libraries and Information Service are looking to commission two innovative artists to deliver a creative making residency programme over a three month period in Matson and Gloucester. This role is an exciting opportunity for an artist to be part of two festivals taking place in Gloucester this summer.
The purpose of the role is to provide administrative, research and digital support to the start-up Good Help social venture and Osca, one of the founding partners. This will be a key role in our small and growing team. You will have a real enthusiasm for administration, management and digital communications. You will be a self-starter who is able to work alone and in teams as necessary. You will need to have a passion for the Good Help project’s mission as well as greatinterpersonal skills and a refined intellect. Although this is a junior role, getting in at the start means the scope for growth is significant.
Would you like to build a career in the arts? We need more creative people working in Gloucester and we want to make sure that the city’s creative organisations will be in safe hands in the future.
We have 4 paid traineeships in 4 of Gloucester’s leading creative organisations. The roles are different but the personal qualities we are after are the same. You will need to have a desire to work in the creative industries, be proactive, personable and have good organisational skills.
Running a business is an experience of a lifetime. It’s a creative experience, it’s an intellectual experience, and it’s an exhilarating endurance experience. If you are thinking of turning your creativity and your passion into your life’s work then this FREE start-up course is for you.
Gloucester History Festival wishes to appoint a Community Engagement Producer to develop a programme for and run our community outreach programme 'City Voices'. This is a freelance post for 6 months, working in the region of 2.5 days a week.
The Stroud Subscription Rooms Trust was recently set up in readiness for when they will take over the operation of the Stroud Subscription Rooms (The Sub Rooms) on 28 March 2019. The Sub Rooms are the leading entertainment venue in Stroud, Gloucestershire and host performances, concerts, exhibitions and classes.
Recent work by Aimee Lax using a range of materials including ceramics, steel and acrylic glass, to explore her fear and fascination of human effects on the natural world; events include a unique workshop experience with Aimee Lax to create organisms in porcelain.
Call Out for work from Gloucestershire-based performers!
An arts fundraiser evening for the Sue Ryder Leckhampton Hospice is being organised for Friday 14th June by local theatre practitioner Gemma Bolwell, supported and hosted by the University of Gloucestershire.
Using creative methods, drama games, art making, movement, music and experiential approaches you will have an opportunity to try out new creative techniques and consider how these may be applied in other contexts.
Create Gloucestershire (CG) and Strike A Light (SAL) are looking to commission an Early Years Dance & Play Practitioner to deliver a pilot programme of 10 weekly workshops as part of the Whole Schools Health and Emotional Wellbeing Project. This role is an exciting opportunity for someone to join a project that is making a significant difference to the lives of children and young people in Gloucester.
GL4 is currently looking for an experienced beatboxer to run our participation programme on a Tuesday evening, they need to have experience working with young people and be a good facilitator. They will need to be available Tuesdays 6-8pm and pay is £100 per week.