Apply now for the Woon Foundation Prize 2019, the UK’s most generous painting and sculpture prize for graduating artists. Entry is free, 1st prize includes a £20k Fellowship inc. studio, with two generous runner-up prizes of £9,000 and £6,000.
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Two selected artists will each receive an increased budget of £25,000 to create their proposed moving-image artworks over a 10-month period. We are now inviting innovative, bold, exciting and thought-provoking ways of addressing the theme of ‘Hindsight’.
Do you have a creative idea that can inspire hope and build understanding around dementia? The Alzheimer’s Research UK Inspire Fund awards public engagement grants to support new perspectives, talent and expertise to shed light on dementia.
We are now open for applicants for our Masters Courses. Our MA courses are practice-led and you will be encouraged to develop your creative ideas and ambition in your chosen subject in a community that is independent, critically engaged and stimulating.
Enhance your creative profile by executing an ambitious, time-limited project that will result in a distinctive body of work.
to provide administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the Exhibitions office. A key communicator with the department and other internal departments of the Gallery to ensure all creative administration task are complete and on target.
artists’ interventions wanted
looking for a Project Support Officer who will play a key part in realising our programmes and delivering our vision.
opportunity for an experienced Senior Manager to join the core team. The individual will be responsible for ensuring that Artcore is delivering across our 4 core strands and to look at ways to sustain and increase Artcore’s services and earned income.
seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and proactive person with curatorial and exhibition organisational skills.
to work with the team to develop a fundraising strategy, identifying & maximising opportunities to increase income and participation e.g. via public funding, corporate partnerships, trusts and foundations, major donors, individual giving, crowdfunding, relationship fundraising.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority, GM Libraries & Archives, and Manchester Histories are collaborating to deliver an exciting programme of artist residencies in archives across Greater Manchester; ArtivistGM.
looking to appoint a highly motivated, passionate, skilled and experienced Education Project Manager to join the team.
create an artwork which will highlight the inspiring view at a point on the North Downs Way, a short walk from Newlands Corner. It will provide a reason to visit, pause and appreciate each specific location while encouraging interaction from visitors.
seeking a highly creative practitioner to identify the resources to enable and then deliver creative action based research in Redditch and Bromsgrove.
to support the Director in delivering the Trust’s annual exhibition programme.
To provide technical support for the successful realisation of The Box’s programme for the permanent gallery displays and temporary exhibitions programme, art installations and for events and activities held at The Box and Historic Properties.
looking for an Exhibitions Coordinator to take on the delivery of one exhibition per year, typically working across two exhibition projects at any one time.
seeking to commission a Curator / Arts Producer to curate the Network for Creative Enterprise Exhibition exhibition and support the launch event.
The Asia department at the British Museum has an exciting new opportunity for a Project Curator to support the Tantra exhibition project team, working closely with the Lead Curator, Project Manager and the team in the development and delivery of the exhibition and publication.
offering two School of Arts and Cultures Bursaries to study on the Master of Fine Art (MFA) course. These are £3000 a year for two years, available to new students (UK applicants only).
Professorial Fellows will develop research and deliver activities that stimulate students’ learning, support staff and build the university’s research culture.
Fine Art are looking to recruit a new Research Assistant on ‘Art Writing Work: New Engagements for Art Writers in East Africa’
contribute to the MA Art Business and other Institute programmes as required. Teaching will include lectures, seminars, workshops, teaching on visits and trips.
Northumbria University, supported by the Woon Foundation, is seeking to appoint an outstanding scholar of international repute to lead research around the Woon Gallery and its collection.