Jobs and commissions

Artist opportunity – deadline 3 August 2020

DLWP, UCL and Say Aphasia are seeking an inspiring artist to help them deliver an innovative pilot project –  Art & Aphasia: Enjoying Better Conversations (A&A) – a six week course for people with aphasia and their chosen conversation partners, which aims to develop helpful communication strategies and creative skills.

The artist should have proven experience in developing participatory and socially engaged art projects, working collaboratively and enabling the ideas and learning of others.

Freelance events producer opportunity – deadline 10 July 2020

The Centre for Cultural Value is looking for an events producer to shape and deliver a dynamic, interactive and well-organised programme of online events in early November. The programme aims to introduce the Centre for Cultural Value and mobilise a sense of collective endeavour around creating a culture of evidence and learning in the arts, culture and heritage sectors.

The successful candidate will be experienced at putting together high quality, engaging content and delivering successful and inclusive online events.

Freelance Programme Assistant vacancy – deadline 17 July 2020

Artlift are seeking a highly organised, IT literate and social media savvy freelance Programme Assistant to join the small, Gloucestershire-based charity, nationally recognised for its delivery and evaluation of Arts on Prescription services. The role comprises assisting in set up, promotion and delivery of Artlift’s programmes, managing referrals, data processing and organisational administration.

Further information and application details can be found here

Governance, Finance and Operations Manager – deadline 19 July 2020

The What Works Centre for Wellbeing is seeking someone to take responsibility for its overall coordination and administration, setting the stage, and providing the necessary foundations for the centre to thrive and deliver on its mission. The successful candidate will work closely with the Director, Head of Finance and Board as part of a small team with support from a Senior Administrator.

Full details of the role and how to apply can be found here


Digital Communications Officer vacancy – deadline 20 July 2020

Help Musicians has an opening on its team for a Digital Communications Officer. The independent charity provides a broad spectrum of help, support and opportunities to empower professional musicians through times of need and opportunity. The successful candidate will work with the Communications & PR Manager to develop and implement the charity’s digital communications plan in order to reach musicians and engage supporters.


Common Ground commissions for artists – deadline 30 July 2020

Season for Change has launched a programme of four £10,000 commissions for artists, makers or creators, and a professional development programme focused on cultural climate leadership.

Recognising that the imbalances that exist within the climate movement mirror environmental inequalities overall, the programme will focus on artists who belong to one or more of the following groups: Black, Asian or from a minority ethnic group in the UK (a person of colour), refugee, D/deaf, disabled, neurodivergent, working class and LGBTQI+.

Free Space Project seeks creative wellbeing commissions – deadline 3 July 2020

The Free Space Project is offering a number of new paid opportunities for UK based artists to work with them, supported by the City Bridge Trust. This new strand of opportunities, including workshops and online exhibitions, enables them to deliver some projects differently, while their building is closed to the public.

Further information can be found here


Arts in Health Co-ordinator vacancy – deadline 6 July 2020

Powys Teaching Health Board is looking for a motivated and committed individual to join the mental health and learning disabilities team as the Arts in Health Coordinator. The post holder will support the board to strengthen and support the direct development and delivery of arts and health activity in mental health in an efficient and effective manner.

Further information and application details can be found here.

Arts Officer Projects and Commissioning vacancies – deadline 28 June 2020

Richmond Council is recruiting art officers to support the development of its public facing programmes and support and deliver a range of cultural activities. The post requires an arts professional with experience of developing, managing and delivering public programmes. The position is based at Orleans House Gallery (OHG) and the role holder will be responsible for parts of the public and strategic programmes delivered by the Arts Service. This includes activities which are delivered at OHG and across the borough.

Cultural Education Partnership Development Coordinator opening – deadline 15 June 2020

Barking & Dagenham Cultural Education Partnership (CEP) seeks to appoint a full-time Development Coordinator to lead its Inspiring Futures Programme. This is a fixed term post until April 2022. The successful applicant will accelerate and sustain the reach and impact for young people of Barking & Dagenham’s CEP, its Inspire programme, pathways into employment and the increased expectation that young people will lead, influence and shape the content of the cultural provision which affects them and supports their ambition.


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