Call for Entries – major touring exhibition & over £15,000 in awards.
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Study Nottingham Trent University’s MFA Fine Art course and develop your artistic practice whilst engaging professionally with the vibrant arts community in Nottingham, recognised as one of the most active artist-led scenes outside London.
Artists are invited to submit works for exhibition alongside members of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters at their Annual Exhibition. Founded in 1882, the ROI seeks work in oils and is the only national art society devoted exclusively to oil painting.
first prize of £20,000 and a solo exhibition awarded for best work of representational art
The main objective of the course is to both challenge and support you to identify, develop and refine your individual practice. Evaluation and review through group and individual discussion with a wide range of tutors identifies critical models and areas of research appropriate.
A community of artists, musicians and writers.
to lead ambitious and original exhibitions programme, working closely with the Head of Research to ensure that the Institute continues to contribute significantly to the presentation and study of sculpture, its history and current practice.
to initiate and deliver an ambitious programme of exhibitions, events and engagement activities supported by a small team.
to lead the delivery of Art Fund events.
Scholars, researchers, theoreticians, cultural operators, artists, practitioners, activists and policymakers are invited to submit paper, presentation or panel proposals for the conference Participatory Governance in Culture.
Arts for Health are interested in hearing from artists interested in exhibiting at Milton Keynes University Hospital as part of our changing exhibition programme.
seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Fine Art to work for two days a week, specialising in sculpture.
the Senior Lecturer: MA Courses joins a dedicated team of academic staff who support the practice-led interdisciplinary core of taught postgraduate provision.
to deliver inspiring and challenging teaching to all three years of Print and Time Based Media students, through a variety of teaching methods such as lecturers, seminars, group and 1:1 tutorials, visits to galleries and museums and other locations of interest.
The School of Art is seeking to appoint a 0.7 permanent Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Fine Art.
funding is offered across a range of arts and humanities disciplines to support research in the areas of Design and The Creative Sector.
Biennial arts prize for Welsh visual artists 35 and under.
We are seeking two creative practitioners to work with 20 pupils from years 3 – 4 on a project to develop oral literacy skills and promote Welsh as a living language. The project will be based around the theme of FOOD.
Rydym yn chwilio am ddau ymarferwyr creadigol i weithio gyda 20 o ddisgyblion o flynyddoedd 3-4 ar brosiect i ddatblygu sgiliau llythrennedd yn benodol ar lafarer mwyn hyrwyddo’r Gymraeg fel iaith fyw. Bydd y prosiect yn seiliedig ar y thema BWYD.
Signal Film and Media is delighted to announce a new micro-commission opportunity, as part of its year-long Lost Stations digital arts programme. The micro-commission is designed to showcase digital artwork by a Cumbrian-based artist, based on the theme of Lost Stations.
We are looking for a passionate and confident Volunteer Coordinator for the 13th edition of Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.
We’re inviting applications from Creative Practitioners (individuals / partnerships / studios / organisations) to work with a group of up to 15 Year 8 pupils (girls & boys, aged 12-13 at Key Stage 3) around the theme of Global Citizenship to develop pupils’ key skills.
Building on long established links with the Finnish art community, Beaconsfield is honoured to launch BELOW ZERO – a new contemporary art prize for emergent Finnish artists.
Biennial arts prize for Welsh visual artists 35 and under. // Gwobr celfyddydau bob dwy flyneddar gyfer artistiaid gweledol Cymreig 35 oed ac iau.
Unique opportunity for creative practitioner to transform London’s longest pier into a work of art.
This opportunity is sponsored by Orbit and Wates.