The a-n is looking for an exceptional Executive Assistant to work closely with our CEO to support their work managing the business. They support the CEO in the successful delivery of company objectives through providing and maintaining effective assistance for the administration, finance, human resources, development and executive functions of the Board and CEO.Read More
Following the success of a-n’s previous mentoring and one-to-one advice programmes in 2017 and 2018, the a-n Mentoring Programme continues to offer professional development support for a-n members.
a-n is working with our independent visual arts mentors to offer a year-long programme of one-to-one sessions for both artist and arts organiser members.Read More
As part of a-n’s commitment to supporting artists’ professional development, the network is offering a-n members remote access to a series of coaching sessions with a coach accredited through the a-n Visual Arts Coaching Course.Read More
a-n is seeking applications from a-n members for its 2019/20 Writer Development Programme, now in its third iteration following successful programmes in 2015/16 and 2017/18.
Aimed at artists and art organisers who wish to develop their reviewing, critical writing and journalistic skills, the a-n Writer Development Programme will run from October 2019 to March 2020 and include a combination of writing tasks and at least three in-person daytime workshop sessions (October-December 2019).Read More
Are you looking for a brainstorm session for your creative business? Have you found yourself at a crossroads with your practice? Do you need a spark of inspiration or an action plan to take your work forward?Read More
Towner Art Gallery is seeking a dynamic Development Manager for a newly created role to grow philanthropic income in support of their exhibitions and learning programme.Read More
This is a varied and exciting new role for the organisation, designed to offer support to our Curator and Learning & Public Programme Manager. The post holder will take on some of the key day to day tasks from these roles, freeing them up to focus on more strategic development work to build the organisation.Read More
Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, is calling for proposals from colleagues in the UK and worldwide that reflect on the development of gallery education policy and practice, highlighting the contribution of key individuals.
This year Engage marks thirty years advocating for and supporting visual arts and gallery education. Appropriately, this issue celebrates the development of the profession, and pays tribute to key figures that have conceived, developed and analysed gallery education pedagogies and practice. While looking back, this issue also aims to pinpoint work that currently defines gallery education and what motivates people to enter the profession now.
Quays Culture and University of Salford Art Collection invite artists living and working in the North of England to submit a proposal for a new artist film.
Applications are now open for the Near Now Fellowship 2019-2020.
Near Now is Broadway's (Nottingham) studio for arts, design and innovation. We work with artists to make, and make sense of, technology in everyday life.
The Royal Photographic Society announces the Call for Entries to the 162nd International Photography Exhibition (IPE 162), the world’s longest running annual photography exhibition. Cash prizes are available and selected work culminates in a nationwide touring exhibition which opens at The Society's new, state-of-the-art gallery in Bristol.Read More
Do you have the skills and passion to manage and create a successful cultural and learning venue for Sunderland?
This project transforms Holy Trinity Church into a beautiful venue for heritage, learning and culture, where the stories of Sunderland come alive. You will lead on the delivery of the business plan, driving its implementation through innovative partnerships and programming. A self-starter, you will be able to realise the vision for Holy Trinity, building a successful and sustainable operation which will secure the future of this landmark site.
Bedford Creative Arts is calling for artists to join their new Queen’s Park Cultural Capital project; a two-year action research and co-creation project funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and The Harpur Trust, with additional support from Arts Council England, Bedford Borough Council and bpha housing association.
Daily Life Ltd has a new role for a Senior Producer to become a pivotal part of the team and produce high quality, cross art form projects, installations, digital projects and exhibitions to showcase Bobby Baker’s thought provoking work. DLL recognises BB’s unique position as an older (aged 65+), disabled female artist with experience of the mental health system and related arts provision.Read More