Submit work to this Art Exhibition at St George’s Hospital and St Pancras Hospital, London, UK. Free to enter.
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We are seeking two part time Artist Support Officers to join our Residencies & Awards team.
Create and deliver a series of wooden wall-mounted artworks and workshop(s)
D2P Residency for Performative Drawing practice
We are looking for three artist researchers to work alongside academics to develop ideas for individual or collaborative projects that critically examine counter-terrorism security measures in Birmingham and experiment with alternative notions of safety.
Artists, poets and writers based in the West Midlands are invited to submit an Expression of Interest to develop an Artists Walk which takes people on a journey from Marston Green train station into Chelmsley Wood.
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 2021.
Our brains want to make everything simple, easily understood. It is constantly in a fight to process the world as quickly as possible and is highly tuned to spotting patterns.
We are looking for an experienced teacher/artist with specialism in lens-based media who can develop photographic, film and digital art forms whilst sharing responsibilities within the wider department.
We are looking for an artist to share our lovely studio space in Kentish Town. You would be sharing the space with a print maker and sculptor.
Open call for short films, presentations, talks and performances reflecting on mental wellbeing
Liverpool Biennial is currently seeking a Learning Assistant to support the Curator of Learning and wider Programme team in the delivery of our learning programme, which is integrated throughout all of our work.
The General Manager will work closely with the Finance Manager and Space for Artists Manager to lead on administration, HR and policy as well as providing support in compliance, governance and planning.
Flask is a new artist-run, limited edition publication about flasks.
We are delighted to launch the next round of the Artists’ Bursary Scheme, made possible with support from Arts Council England, Live Art UK Diverse Actions programme and generous individual donations to Artsadmin.
Working collaboratively with the Programming team, wider Lakeland Arts team and partners you will be responsible for managing and caring for Lakeland Arts collection, which includes Maritime and Social History and Fine and Applied Arts.
to develop links with young people through community organisations and education centres and plan a series of events aimed at increasing knowledge, self-esteem, skills development and encouraging greater confidence in interacting with art and culture.
seeking a resourceful and motivated Exhibitions and Collection Technician to assist with the care, storage and presentation of works from the David Roberts Collection (DRC) and preparation and installation of temporary exhibitions and events at the David Roberts Art Foundation.
Visual Arts Plymouth CIC, in partnership with KARST, are seeking expressions of interest from early to mid career artists for a temporary public art commission as part of Plymouth Art Weekender 2020
the chance to manage and develop the “social model” at Tate Modern, including a central role in the development of the policy and strategy and co-ordination of aspects of the planning, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of the programmes.
three temporary site specific public art commissions across the three ‘Great Place Scheme’ heritage sites of Wentworth Woodhouse, Wentworth Castle Gardens and Elsecar Heritage Centre.
to support innovative and dynamic education programme, both onsite and offsite, and be involved in the development of creative approaches to working with varied audiences in a gallery setting.
looking for talented artists and designer makers, initially to join the workshop team, but with the skills, maturity and ambition to grow and add value in other areas.
to provide inspirational leadership, a bold and relevant artistic vision, strategic direction, a safe and inclusive environment for staff, partners, participants and audiences.
Open Eye Gallery’s curator will embrace co-authorship and work effectively with the arts, academic, community and other partners to create, share and champion photography.