Interested in performing arts and technical theatre management, want a first step on the ladder into working in the creative industries?Read More
Interested in being a Creative Apprentice in Gloucestershire? There are four more job opportunities available in May. Don't miss out!Read More
An exciting opportunity has arisen at Art Shape for an apprenticeship. The apprentice will work alongside Art Shape’s 3 Project Managers to help with all aspects of Art Shape’s diverse range of projects. Art Shape is a charitable organisation that works to enable those with barriers to mainstream participation such as learning or physical disabilities access the arts throughout the county of Gloucestershire.Read More
Neil Carmichael, MP visited Hawkwood to meet with Create Gloucestershire Director Pippa Jones, interns employed at Hawkwood and other employers to hear about the Creative Employment Programme.Read More
It is a busy time for our Creative Careers programme, which is giving a new generation of young people in Gloucestershire a first step into the creative industries.
The programme is working - six of the original interns and apprentices who have completed their placements, have been offered paid work with their current employers. This is not only good news for the young person, its great news for the sector as we diversify and refresh the talent pool.
Seven more young people have recently been recruited as interns and apprentices at Taurus Crafts, Artspace Cinderford, New Brewery Arts, Stroud Valleys Arts (SVA) and Wychwood Arts.Read More
Following on from the success of our current Creative Careers work, Create Gloucestershire is pleased to announce that it has secured investment of just under £55,000 to create 23 more new employment opportunities in the cultural sector for 18-24 year olds. These will open up new entry routes into Britain’s fastest growing industry at a time when many young people are struggling to get a foothold in the world of work.Read More
Would you like gain valuable experience of working at New Brewery Arts in Cirencester?
Would you like to work towards a Level 2 Business Administration qualification?
This is a rare and valuable opportunity to get a foot in the door of the creative sector and be closely involved in all aspects of a new and exciting initiative. The successful applicant will work with experienced people to learn about community service, communication, art, sales, marketing, business management and much more.Read More
We are looking for a bright and intelligent person who has a desire to gain hands on experience in Arts Marketing and SalesRead More
There are six new jobs coming up over the next month, so if you know of any young person that fits the bill and is looking for either an internship or apprenticeship opportunity, please let them know – they can get in touch with Louise Bardgett for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. All intern opportunities are advertised through the Job Centre Plus and require the applicant to be claiming Job Seekers Allowance. All apprenticeships are advertised through the National Apprenticeship Vacancy Matching Service.Read More
PAULINE TAMBLING CBE 9 DECEMBER 2014
It’s an odd thing how difficult a liberal-minded arts sector finds the issue of diversity. On the face of it it’s a straightforward issue of fairness and parity, so why do we keep going round in circles?
Arts Council England has issued its Creative Case for Diversity: a new approach to equality and diversity in the sector.Read More
Over the summer Create Gloucestershire secured investment of just under £50,000 through the Creative Employment Programme, to create up to nineteen new employment opportunities in the cultural sector for 18-24 year olds; opening up new entry routes into Britain’s fastest growing industry at a time when many young people are struggling to get a foothold in the world of work.Read More
Create Gloucestershire are working with 9 creative employers across the county and the Job Centre Plus to provide the first Creative Careers event aimed at young people aged 18-24 years, who are unemployed and/or on Job Seekers Allowance and who would like a job in arts or culture.Read More
6 - 12 month paid creative jobs available across Gloucestershire!Read More
Create Gloucestershire is pleased to announce that it has secured investment of just under £50,000 to create 19 new employment opportunities in the cultural sector for 18-24 year olds. These will open up new entry routes into Britain’s fastest growing industry at a time when many young people are struggling to get a foothold in the world of work.Read More