Opportunity for an immediately available Junior Researcher, working on a project specifically to identify and spotlight opportunities for young people aged 11-24 to engage with the creative industries for leisure, education or access to work purposes.
The Mayor of London is looking for community-led ideas that help London recover from the COVID-19 crisis. We’re looking for projects that will make your area even better, bring people together in a creative activity or support community hubs and high streets.
Project Arts Centre is beginning the search for a new Curator for our Visual Arts Programme. This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and highly-skilled individual to join the team at one of Ireland’s leading cultural organisations.
British Ceramics Biennial are seeking an Artistic Director/Chief Executive Officer
Yorkshire Sculpture International are looking for an Engagement Curator who will oversee, plan and manage a fully integrated and innovative engagement programme for Yorkshire Sculpture International over a six-month period.
New Contemporaries welcomes submissions for the 2021 programme from emerging artists who are final year students, recent graduates and postgraduate students from UK art schools and alternative learning programmes.
a-n has partnered with Liverpool Biennial to offer five bursaries for a-n Artist and Joint (Artist and Arts Organiser) members.
Delfina Foundation in partnership with the Horniman Museum and Gardens is delighted to announce an open call for a UK-based artist.
As the City of Munich’s artist-in-residence program we offer artists, curators, and scientists from all over the world space, time, and financial support – so they have a place to stay, work, make presentations, reflect, and participate in discussions
Twice a year Landskrona Foto Residency welcomes an early to mid-career photographer or artist working with photography and/or lens-based media, who wishes to further and challenge their practice, to Landskrona, to engage in a project related to the city.
This year has been a pretty bad year and Air Gallery want to launch 2021 off with a better start and a brand new show featuring 20 wonderful and talented graduates from across the North West.
The BAG is no-strings attached financial support to help the selected artists in whatever they want – be that make new work, buy equipment or materials, travel, research, visit exhibitions or conferences, or to even just cover some life expenses.