We are inviting artists to apply for subsidised studio space supported through professional development, exhibition opportunities and access to production and workshop facilities.
Jobs - a-n The Artists Information Company
As part of our commitment to supporting artists’ professional development, we are offering 15 places for a-n members to remotely access a series of coaching sessions with a coach accredited through a-n’s Visual Arts Coaching Course.
As part of our commitment to supporting artists’ professional development, we are offering 25 places for a-n members to remotely access a series of mentoring sessions with one of five visual arts mentors.
Seeking submissions of works that depict wildlife subjects and evoke the spirit of the natural world. Painting, Drawing, Printmaking and Sculpture.
Artists are invited to submit works for exhibition alongside members of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters at their Annual Exhibition.
An exhibition of small works selected by prominent figures in the art world.
Five selected makers will each receive £8,000 to create new works for a national touring exhibition.
seeking curator to project manage the curation of artworks, exhibits and exhibitions installations as part of Eden Project’s Invisible Worlds (IW) project.
This opportunity is intended to enable people from low-income backgrounds to pursue curatorial careers in the arts.
responsible for managing and developing Iniva’s Stuart Hall Library and Archive. This is a unique specialist collection, with over 10,000 book volumes, a collection of journals including many rare items important to the black arts movement in the UK.
to contribute to the successful delivery of the displays programme, by project managing 6 displays annually from inception to conclusion, ensuring the smooth running of all display logistics and adherence to defined budgets.
Access Space is looking for an artist or artist-researcher to be resident for fifteen days between September 11th and October 4th 2018.
an open submission six month residency opportunity.
to deliver and develop projects as a key part of the work of the Crafts Council’s Exhibitions and Collections team.
5 week Ceramic Course on Tuesday evenings, 6-8pm, £20 per session
BETWEEN: Inter-disciplinarity and the expanded field
A one-day research conference
University of Wolverhampton, Faculty of Arts
8th October 2018
Call for Papers:
opportunity to exhibit in ten acre of spectacular gardens
The Production Assistants are a key part of our grassroots, DIY arts festival team. We are recruiting for two posts. This is across exhibition installation to marketing and promotion for the festival. The roles are versatile and have to respond to the needs of the festival.
seeking a proactive, creative and enthusiastic individual to support the technical and operational delivery of The Centre for Excellence in Creative Arts (CECA).
to assist in the delivery of the Learning and Participation (L&P) programme, in collaboration with the filmmaking teams, so that the programme is implemented effectively and meets the department’s objectives.
to provide learning and outreach activities both within and beyond this outstanding public art gallery.
looking for proposals from artists and collectives to be ‘in residence’ in the gallery from 13th May – 30th June 2019.
to support the work of the school across departments, primarily the Open Programme, our series of short courses and lectures for adult learners.
to develop and deliver formal and informal learning programme for schools, colleges and families and support the strategic development of programmes.