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responsible for the company’s financial stability and management excellence. This role is central to the long-term stability, sustainability and impact of the company and its programmes.
responsible for the further development and co-ordination of a successful adult course programme. In addition, printmaking learning for young people and families through formal and informal educational activities, within and external to the venue in Mirfield.
The role is challenging, rewarding and offers lots of opportunities to learn about producing arts exhibitions, selling artwork, events and publications; arts engagement and the power of the arts to change lives within our criminal justice system.
the post is a mix of office based and regular, site-based work at studio and housing buildings across London. The role of the Artist Liaison covers a wide range of duties covering studio administration facilities management and finance.
focus on managing a portfolio of housing and studio sites and the artist, designer and maker occupants in them.
looking for a creative and dynamic Community Arts Worker to join a small team based in community settings throughout the borough of Hounslow.
looking for students with expertise that matches our areas of research excellence including opportunities at Kingston School of Art.
SPACE invites artists to submit a proposal for a new project to be made in dialogue with older people based in Ilford.
Suit sculptor, model or prop maker.
The Muse Gallery Residency Program 2020 – Competition
CAS is inviting 3 artists to work in our unique space together over one week to test new ideas, and push their practice through collaborative ‘play’. The week will finish with a short pop up exhibition and informal discussion evening.
Residency Opportunity for visual artist, writer and composer
to support the work of FACT by contributing knowledgeably to strategy development and planning
to lead renowned Education Programme, delivering artist-led projects with 100 schools across 14 London boroughs, improving the lives and learning of over 11,000 children, young people and their teachers each year.
inviting Artists / Creative Practitioners to submit an Expression of Interest to lead a community-engaged arts commission in Ashford, Kent.
offering this Curatorial Traineeship in order to train a local individual who is curious about working in the arts but might not have found any paid or structured opportunities to learn what is involved in putting on an exhibition or running a gallery.
to maintain and deliver existing BCB Studio Space programme strands between May 2019 and March 2020.
to champion our Learning and Participation Programme by coordinating opportunities for volunteers and project participants across the company’s programme of work.
to lead a team of Art Handling technicians and undertake collection care operations related to the above project and, additionally, provide cover when needed for areas including: installation/de-installation, safe handling and packing artworks for exhibitions, loans and storage.
British Academy of Jewellery is seeking freelance technical jewellery, design and CAD tutors to propose and deliver short courses during our 2019/2020 Academic year from September 2019 through July 2020.
looking to support anything from art installations, performance and film screenings, through to active and fitness-based events, wildlife focused activities, crafts and making workshops.
initiated in Dundee by Scottish Screen, the Alt-w Fund is for practitioners based in Scotland to make and develop new artworks, devices and creative applications that challenge the notions of what new media creativity can be.
seeking an exceptional individual with vision, focus and effective leadership skills to manage a talented, multi-skilled team of experienced technical staff who are expected to deliver effective services to students, staff and partners from industry.
seeking a practitioner/researcher in fine art and digital arts to join the Critical Studies team of the BA Fine Art, and to act as Joint Programme Leader (Art) of its BSc Digital Arts Computing.