Applications are now open for the Woon Foundation Prize 2019! Entry is free for the UK’s most generous painting and sculpture prize for graduating artists. 1st prize includes a £20k Fellowship inc. studio, with two generous runner-up prizes of £9,000 and £6,000. Presented by BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art & Northumbria University. Deadline: 1 April.Read More
Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network (YVAN) and Corridor8 are looking for a critical/creative writer to become part of a conversation about the Yorkshire visual art ecology.Read More
Project Art Works is seeking a freelance fundraiser to join the senior fundraising team on a short term contract.Read More
Working with organisations, photographers, community groups, academics and curators from across the country, the Open Eye Gallery are building a new network to discuss and accelerate the practice of socially engaged photography. In the spirit of social practice, the network will be shaped collaboratively by its users, beginning with a quick survey to gauge how the network can be as useful as it can be. We would appreciate it if anyone interested in joining could take some time to fill it in. The network is open — join below by signing up to the mailing list.Read More
Aspex is looking for a highly motivated and entrepreneurial individual with a passion for working with people, excellent organisational skills and a ‘can do’ attitude to join its committed team. This is a crucial role, with key responsibility to drive income generation through development of venue hire.Read More
Whitstable Biennale is looking to get to know artists who are working in North Kent and support their practice through their Artist Development Programme.Read More
One-Off Moving Festival invite artists and film-makers to participate in this
second edition of One-Off Moving Image Festival! They’re looking for 1
SECOND MOVING IMAGES on the theme of humans vs. nature.
£5m PPL insurance now available with CuratorSpace. £5m Public & Products Liability (PPL) artist insurance provided in association with specialist brokers Hencilla Cansworth is now included with the new CuratorSpace Artist Plus subscription.Read More
The Live Art Development Agency (LADA) is offering two Leadership Bursaries of £10,000 each for artists and/or arts workers from culturally diverse backgrounds (BME: Black and Minority Ethnic) as part of Live Art UK's three-year Diverse Actions programme.Read More
Inviting Artists and Creatives from across the globe to respond to 20 exhibition and event proposals by early career curators. These will come together as the Fringe Arts Bath 2019 Festival programme, a 17 day free festival of contemporary visual arts.Read More
The Live Art Development Agency's "Arthole Artist's Award" supports a ground-breaking and inspirational UK-based artist working in Live Art to undertake a self-determined year-long research and artistic development programme that will have a significant and lasting impact on their practice, and on wider contemporary culture in the UK.
A chance to take part in the RWA Sculpture Open Exhibition 2019. The event provides an opportunity for artists at any stage of their career to showcase their work alongside big names from the art world, and to present their work to the many keen art buyers who attend our Open Exhibitions.Read More
This is an exciting and rare opportunity to spearhead the strategic direction and artistic programme of a small but important art gallery, bringing together arts, cultural regeneration, social engagement, environment and health and wellbeing whilst also identifying new directions, partnerships and opportunities for THG’s ongoing and future success.Read More
University of Bath are seeking a confident individual with arts projects and events experience to join the Office for the Arts programme team, based at The Edge.
Aspex is looking for a highly motivated and dynamic individual with a passion for contemporary visual art, experience of working with artists and a ‘can do’ attitude to join its committed team. This is a crucial role with key responsibility for the development, organisation and delivery of all aspects of the exhibition and residency programmes, together with the provision of support for Aspex’s Artists Associates.Read More
The Deputy Director will lead on the administrative, legal, commercial, operational and financial management of Spike Island.Read More
Plymouth College of Art is seeking applications for exhibition proposals from contemporary visual artists based in the South West Region. Two artists will be selected for short solo exhibitions in The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art between February-May 2020.Read More
The Drawing Year is a one-year, MA-level course offering up to thirty students the opportunity for intensive research and practise in drawing from observation. It sees drawing both as an end in itself and in relation to other areas of practice.Read More
First Plinth: Public Art Award 2019 is designed to offer sculptors an opportunity to extend their practice into competing for public art commissions. The winning sculptor is awarded £10,000 to produce a large-scale sculpture for the sculpture terrace at Dora House before moving to a second site at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The award theme is Progress.