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Job Commissions

The Woodland Trust Public Arts Commission

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War and to encourage public engagement with woodland and trees, the Woodland Trust is creating a once-in-a-generation tribute that will stand tall for centuries to come.

Job Professional Development

Granted: Dodge the shredder

A full-day workshop empowering artists and individuals to fundraise effectively and create a financial strategy for their projects.

Job Professional Development

Granted: How to get your work shown

This full day seminar looks at the ecology of the art world from the artist-led space to international art fairs via public institutions and commercial spaces. It considers the roles of curator, gallerist and commissioner as well as other key players in the art world.

Job Professional Development

Granted: How to develop audiences through Crowdfunding

This full day hands on workshop helps participants to identify and build their audiences and make the most of networks and social media through crowdfunding and crowdsourcing platforms.

Job Professional Development

Granted: Collaborate Creatively

Collaborate Creatively is a half-day seminar within a-n’s Granted programme aimed at artists and arts organisers.

Job Professional Development

Granted: Negotiating public art and commissioning projects

Full day seminar enables artists to gain insight into practical issues such as making proposals, responding to briefs, working within budgets, dealing with contracts, copyright and other legal issues.

Job Residencies

10th Muir Trust Residency

Applications are invited for the 10th Muir Trust Residency to be based at the museum in Aylesbury from 27 July – 21 August 2015.

Job Courses

Life Drawing Workshop

Lively, experimental workshop exploring materials, techniques and ways of looking. Great for inspiration, personal development, removing creative blocks. All levels.

Job Art vacancies

KARST Coordinator

Plymouth’s major independent artist-led contemporary arts venue – is looking to bring in a new Project Coordinator to take forward a key role within the organisation.

Job Art vacancies

Interim Finance Director

FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) is the UK’s leading
organisation for commissioning, exhibiting, promoting and supporting artists’ work and innovation in the fields of film, video, and new media.

Job Art vacancies

Education Officer (part-time)

Stone Lane Gardens is looking for a knowledgeable and motivated person with experience of the primary education sector, who is enthusiastic about ‘learning outside the classroom’.

Job Art vacancies

Creative Producer

This is a big opportunity for someone with an equally big ambition. With a significant budget of £400,000 the Creative Producer will have the opportunity to accomplish something quite special for the young people of Argyll.

Job Commissions

Community Art Middlesbrough and Stockton-on-Tees

Groundwork NE & Cumbria is pleased to announce the launch of a competitive interview for three separate projects within the Middlesbrough and Stockton-on-Tees area. This will be a paid commission and will require DBS checks.

Job Academic

Saw Operator Technician

to work within our busy 3D Making Workshops at The Glasgow School of Art.

Job Academic

3D Making Technician

to work within our busy 3D making workshops at The Glasgow School of Art.

Job Exhibiting

VAS*T 2015

We are now seeking submissions from artists working in any discipline for our 2015 Annual Exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy.

Job Selling

Gouda Ceramics Festival

Gouda Ceramics Festival is an annual two-day event for ceramists from the Netherlands and beyond.

Job Selling

The Contemporary Craft Festival

the Contemporary Craft Fair, in association with the Devon Guild of Craftsmen, represents the UK’s finest designer makers.

Job Professional Development

Made in Glasgow

Artstore is launching a new project, called Artstore Made in Glasgow, which aims to showcase the work of Glasgow’s creative community and offer them space to sell their work in one of the city’s most prominent shop windows.