Haarlem Artspace is seeking five individuals to join them for their spring project ‘Collectivism’ which involves a four-day residency and one-day conference bringing people together for an exchange of ideas on the themes of collectivism, resilience and collaboration. The one-day conference Resilience through Collectivism will be the second Derbyshire Creative Heritage Conference, and is in partnership with Junction Arts.Read More
Wysing is seeking to recruit an experienced freelance curator to support the artistic programme planned for our 30th anniversary year, for a period of up to six months.
£50,000 prize fund. £100,000 worth of business support. 5 winners. The Deutsche Bank is working with MeWe360 to relaunch (DBACE) (Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Entrepreneurs). In 2019, they are seeking and supporting creative entrepreneurs between the ages of 18-30 who are driven by a mission to build and sustain social value through their enterprise. #PositiveImpactRead More
Entries welcome from artists, designers, architects and makers, at all stages of their careers, currently resident in the UK. 1st Prize: £3k, 2nd Prize: £1k and Student Prize: £1k. This year’s prize coincides with the bicentenary of Ruskin’s birth.
Film London, Arts Council England and The Fenton Arts Trust present The FLAMIN Fellowship, a major new scheme for early career artist filmmakers living in England. Part of Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN), the Fellowship aims to support the most exciting, innovative and challenging moving image practices from filmmakers at the early stages of their careers, with development and funding for new work.Read More
Open to all UK undergraduate Fine Art students who are in their final year of study, graduating in Summer 2019. The Woon Foundation very generously funds an open call shortlist exhibition, including three major prizes each year to the total value of £40,000. Deadline: Monday 1 April 2019.
The Duplicate Artist Publishing Fair will take place from 3-4 May 2019 at Eastside Projects, Birmingham. The fair will showcase a broad range of independent publications, zines, comics and artists’ books. Applications are welcome from collective and individual self-publishers from the UK and beyond. Table space is £15 per day (or £20 for both days), everyone will get half a 6ft trestle table. Deadline: Friday 22 March 2019.Read More
Outside In is looking for a highly motivated and proactive regional artist development officer to join the award-winning charity. The successful candidate, who will be based at Compton Verney, will work across the Midlands region and work closely with the Outside In team to proactively develop and manage the delivery of the Artist Development Programme in the area.Read More
Artcore is an international centre for contemporary art and creativity that is based in Derby, UK, and is home to a gallery, studios, work spaces and a craft shop. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Senior Manager to join the core team. The individual will be responsible for ensuring that Artcore is delivering across our 4 core strands and to look at ways to sustain and increase Artcore’s services and earned income.Read More
The role of Festival Manager at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (BFMAF) is a key senior position that works closely with the Festival Director to plan the day-to-day operations, programme delivery and long-term development of the organisation.Read More
Margate NOW is the sixth Margate Festival - an ambitious, cross-artform festival; an inclusive and egalitarian programme rooted in Margate. Celebrating an extraordinary range of artists it will animate unusual spaces and is conceived as a journey through town creating a sense of curiosity and buzz around landmark locations and the current moment.Read More
The 15th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival call for entries is now openRead More
Milton Keynes Arts Centre (MKAC) is seeking a highly motivated and efficient Community & Audience Development Assistant. This new role will be fundamental to the successful communication of MKAC's programme of exhibitions, live events and educational activities and enable the building and nurturing of new audiences and diverse audiences.
Milton Keynes Arts Centre (MKAC) is seeking a highly motivated and efficient Learning and Participation Assistant. This new role will be fundamental to the smooth running of MKAC’s programme of exhibitions, live events and educational activities.Read More
The Open is Shape's annual exhibition of artwork by disabled and non-disabled artists created in response to a disability-centred theme. Held in high-profile, artist-led spaces such as Portobello Gallery, Yinka Shonibare MBE (Shape Open Patron) - Guest Projects, The Ecology Pavilion, and our own pop-up galleries. Last year, we held a retrospective of the past six years of the Open, at Hoxton Arches. This year the Open will be hosted by Nunnery Gallery, at Bow Arts.Read More
Turner Contemporary are seeking a Venue Hire Sales and Events Coordinator to help develop and drive the Turner Contemporary venue hire and events strategy, maximise venue hire and associated catering sales, service and performance, and create a seamless experience for customers and visitors in line with Turner Contemporary brand and values. The role requires a creative individual with a flair for marketing and sales, a passion for managing customer experience and events, and the ability to develop key customer relationships.Read More
Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network has 13 grants of £250 for artists and makers who want to develop their practice. 7 of the grants are specifically for disabled artists and makers or artists working with the theme of disability. There is no restriction on what the YVAN micro grants can cover or part cover the cost of.Read More
Four CVAN regions are partnering on a new sculpture production award being offered by the Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre. The regions are CVAN South East, CVAN East Midlands, New Art West Midlands, and Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network
Open to emerging artists working in 3D, based within the UK but outside of London, the Sculpture Production Award 2019 will provide six sculptors with skills mentoring and a £1,000 production grant towards the realisation of a new work. One of the six artists will also be invited to exhibit at the Coventry Biennial 2019.Read More