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.
Digital Marketing Intern for the Hawkwood’s Seed Festival
If you’re interested in a marketing and communications career, whether you would like to receive extensive training as the first step on that journey or if you’d like to gain experience in the field after study, Seed Festival is looking for an energetic, curious and preferably green/social causes leaning intern to help market its 2019 festival.
Theatre Bristol are looking to appoint a pool of three exciting, respected and generous artists as Artist Support Associates, who will be responsible for developing supportive relationship with a large number and diverse range of artists.
We tour a compendium of playable theatre shows, run regular workshops and create bespoke games for clients ranging from universities to city councils, energy initiatives to arts centres. We use play to engage people in ideas, research and heritage and encourage play for play’s sake.
Are you a young or emerging artist? Or a creative wanting to try out new ideas? Passionate about creating new work? Do you have ideas of how to develop festivals & events in the city? Want to make Gloucester a better place to work, live & play?
A contemporary sculpture show taking place 16 June – 7 July, in the extensive gardens of The Old Rectory in the beautiful Cotswold village of Quenington. This biennial curated event prides itself on showcasing and selling unique sculptural pieces and contemporary crafts whilst providing educational workshops for children and adults.
As we come near to the end of Art of Libraries, a 3 year innovative test project led by Create Gloucestershire with 6 early adopter libraries, libraries have used this opportunity to offer all kinds of creative activity such as live theatre, animation, stone carving, circus and story walks for children, families and young people.
Interested in finding out what we have learnt along the way? A limited number of places are available to attend our March event. Please reserve in advance by emailing: email@example.com
On Thursday 28 February from 6.30 - 8.30pm at The Wilson, Cheltenham, Create Gloucestershire with support from the Wilson Arts Collective and Gloucester Culture Trust, will be joining forces to start to challenge and understand what support is needed to take on a younger trustee.
This introductory session is aimed at young creatives aged 18 - 25 years, who are interested in hearing about what it takes to be a young trustee, or part of a youth advisory board, as well as forward thinking organisations who want to connect with a wider audience or recruit younger trustees.
· Do you believe arts and culture can change lives?
· Want to have a voice and make an impact on what happens culturally in Gloucestershire?
· Interested in being a change maker, or help steer the future direction of an arts and cultural organisation?
We are looking for young creatives aged 18 – 25 years, who are passionate about the arts, want to make a difference and are curious about what it takes to be a young trustee, or part of a youth advisory board.
Devizes Outdoor Celebratory Arts (DOCA) is an exciting outdoor arts charity. We are looking for an enthusiastic, organised & committed individual to take on the role of administrator, working closely with other seasonal staff such as a Volunteer Coordinator or project staff & artists, our Trustees & Artistic Director.
Freelance Community Producer - Creative Trade Route
This brief is for the role of a freelance Community Producer to contribute ideas and experience to shape a new Creative Trade Route (CTR) which will run up and down the Painswick Valley and connect a range of cultural venues and community assets across Gloucester and Stroud.
The following Look Again mindful photography six-week courses are taking place in partnership with Stroud Nature.
The courses are for people who live or work in the areas listed below and who will benefit from building confidence and self-esteem, improving their mental health and reducing isolation by making new friends.
Are you a creative practitioner? Would you benefit from being based in a creative environment and from having time and space to focus? We have two remaining spaces available to rent (non retail). Main textToo many artists find their practice quite isolating and moving into a dynamic creative environment can offer much needed support.
This is an introductory workshop exploring what confidence is, what it looks and feels like. Find out your strengths in a fun and interactive way and have the opportunity to sign up to the FREE 5 week course.
First Plinth: Public Art Award 2019 is designed to offer sculptors an opportunity to extend their practice into competing for public art commissions. The winning sculptor is awarded £10,000 to produce a large-scale sculpture for the sculpture terrace at Dora House before moving to a second site at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The award theme is Progress.
*The Start and Grow Enterprise Start-up Weekend is for you if.. - You have a business idea you’re itching to turn into reality - You have the germ of a business idea in your head and want to explore it more with other business owners - You’re in full time work and have ambitions to start your own business - You’re based in Gloucestershire.
With Blue Monday, the day claimed to be the most depressing of the year, fast approaching, a Cotswold town is putting on a free event for residents to equip them with advice on how to care for their mental health.
The ‘Roads to Recovery’ event on Saturday 19th January, hosted by Encounter Church in Winchcombe, will bring together expert speakers from the 2gether Trust, Christians Against Poverty, Foodbank and mental health charity the Independence Trust. It is supported by Encounter Church, The Independence Trust, Mental Health Experience Led Opportunities (MHELO) and the 2gether Trust.
You are also invited to join Art Shape, Art Bridge Evolve artists & Arts Inc partners on Tuesday 29th January 2019 at Gloucester Cathedral (Chapter House) for an opportunity to join their long adventurous journey towards an enriched, more diverse arts sector where disabling barriers are removed. To find out more and book you place click here.
Announcing the inauguration of an exciting and new arts and crafts exhibition which is being held next August in Bourton-on-the-Water, where thousands of visitors crowd the streets every day in the height of summer.
South West Creative Technology Network is recruiting for 24 Automation Fellows. Fellowships are part time and run from April 2019 to January 2020. Candidates must have a meaningful relationship to the South West. Each fellow receives £15k