Artist seeks an enthusiastic digital assistant experienced in converting drawings into vector files ready for laser cutting. Manual support may also be required in the fabrication of a bespoke commission.
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tailored development programme for artists and creative practitioners in London with a focus on innovative technologies or processes. Delivered by SPACE, with Cockpit Arts, Four Corners and Photofusion, it runs from Spring 2016 to Autumn 2018.
A permanent public arts commission is being offered for a key ‘gateway’ railway bridge in South Norwood – transforming the experience for pedestrians passing under the bridge through a combination of architectural lighting and other design elements.
The most significant award for emerging artists working in the field of sculpture in the UK: offering £8,000 in financial support towards the making of new work and a solo show in 2019.
British Women Artists Competition 2018, open to all nationalities working in the UK, with a special prize for women’s erotic art.
The UK’s most generous prize for art graduates.
Spend a year drawing and see how it changes your practice…
Two £20,000 moving-image commissions awarded to artists within the first five years of practice.
February to April Short Courses Programme 2018
opportunity to gain valuable administrative experience in a fixed term role supporting the busy national children and young people team at Arts Council England.
The Studio is an exciting, new contemporary arts space at the Horniman, as well as a collaboration between the Horniman, artists and local community partners. The successful artist will join the Collective, the working group who programme the Studio.
Phoenix Community Housing is inviting tenders for a Freelance Artist to work with a group of young people (13-19yrs) as part of our Young Makers’ Agency (YMA) project.
unique opportunity for research and curatorial experimentation in the field of visual arts, based on an 18-month residency, the only such scheme in the UK.
seeking an experienced technician to assist Lead Ceramics Technician and support Ceramics team in our high-quality purpose-built ceramics studios.
to review current learning and engagement activities and projects, identify existing and new audiences, and put together a number of recommendations for future learning and engagement strategy across the organisation.
responsible for conceiving, producing and delivering performing arts courses, classes, projects and festivals which are of exceptional quality, fostering participation and cultivating a sense of self-worth and personal development.
seeking a creative, enthusiastic, experienced and organised person to deliver key Arts Development activities and partnerships whilst the officer is on maternity leave.
an opportunity to gain an insight into working for two arts organisations of different scale with separate programmes, where you will acquire practical skills to support your qualifications and inform future career choices.
Feminist Library would like to invite all feminist creatives to submit ideas for art projects that reflect on feminist print-culture and the intersection of gender and discourses of resistance in feminist alternative and independent presses.
Guest Projects is an initiative conceived by Shonibare Studio to offer an opportunity for projects of any artistic discipline (dance, visual arts, music, film screenings, seminars and talks on any subject) to have access to a free space for 1 month.
responsible for researching and implementing early-career support in studios, developing opportunities for resident makers and wider network of craft/design practitioners, and developing resources to encourage creative career pathways for young people.
Procreate Project is launching a new platform for the promotion and dissemination of original art-works, prints and publications made by contemporary artists who are mothers
A nine-month artist residency with VARC (Visual Arts in Rural Communities) at Highgreen in remote rural Northumberland, September 2018 – June 2019. A unique opportunity for a visual artist to live and make new works in a remote rural landscape and its community.
This is a paid opportunity for an artist who considers him/herself to be disabled and who has a record of exhibiting work and/or arts project or residency experience. The aim is to give an artist a month to research without pressure to deliver a particular outcome.
Artists with an interest in Forest School Education to work with Forest School groups in schools and at the National Conference in Norfolk.