Jobs and commissions

Entelechy Arts seek a Director – deadline 24 February 2020

Entelechy Arts is a pioneering UK arts company engaged in creating work that reimagines the role of arts and cultural practice at the heart of local communities. This is an exciting opportunity to lead the organisation. Working initially with the support of the Founder Artistic Director (David Slater) and members of the core team, the postholder will support the strategic, creative and social vision for the company that is driven by an understanding of the social and creative needs of its beneficiaries.

Artist commission opportunity at PEER – deadline 10 March 2020

PEER Ambassadors is a programme that provides paid employment and free cultural learning opportunities for young people from BAME and lower socio-economic backgrounds, including the chance to work with the lead PEER Notices artists on artistic projects. PEER is now seeking to commission a dedicated and inspiring artist with experience in developing participatory and socially engaged art projects and a strong will and desire to work with communities.

Evaluator opportunity at the Museum of London – deadline 21 February 2020

Memories of London is an 18-month project led by the Museum of London, funded by the Greater London Authority and developed in partnership with the Alzhiemer’s Society and those living with dementia. Memories of London aims to promote the wellbeing of thoseliving with dementia and their companions.The Museum of London is looking for a research consultant(s) to undertake an evaluation of Memories of London, to analyse learnings from the programme and to enable it to plan for the future.

Full details of the post and how to apply can be found below.


Cultural Engagement Apprentice opportunity at Hackney Council – deadline 1 March 2020

Hackney Council’s Cultural Development Team is seeking a Cultural Engagement Apprentice to support the delivery of the council’s Arts and Cultural Strategy 2019-2022. The small and dynamic team who work with many different organisations and people within the local cultural and creative industries producing art, drama, music, dance, film, literature, media, architecture and heritage.

Full details on eligibility and how to apply can be found here.


Dragon Cafe in the City seeks a Programme Coordinator – deadline 16 February 2020

Mental Fight Club is recruiting a Programme Coordinator who will be responsible for the delivery of Dragon Café in the City (DCC), a fortnightly mental health and wellbeing events programme at Shoe Lane Library. The events series is known as Wellness Wednesdays and was inspired by The Dragon Café, Mental Fight Club (MFC)’s weekly arts and health programme in the Crypt of St George the Martyr Church in Borough.

Full details of how to apply can be found below.


Community Choir Facilitator needed at St Columba’s Hospice – deadline 17 February 2020

Working with other arts and music practitioners, including volunteers and students, and as part of a wider multidisciplinary team, the successful candidate will contribute to the development of the Arts service at St Columba’s Hospice in Edinburgh on a part-time basis (3.5 hours per week). Working with terminally ill adults, with their relatives and loved ones as well as with the local community, you will be a qualified and experienced music/voice practitioner, and will have knowledge of the role of music and singing in relation to illness, loss and bereavement.

Expressions of interest sought for UCLH commissions – deadline 21 February 2020

University College London Hospitals is inviting expressions of interest from artists to create two site-specific artworks celebrating the charity and the patients of Haematology Cancer Care, UCLH Charity.

Paintings in Hospitals seek new Director – deadline 10 February 2020

Paintings in Hospitals are looking for an imaginative, dynamic and efficient new leader to take them through the next phase of its development. This will include an office move, the finalisation of a new strategic plan and the implementation of a new sustainable operating model. Working with the charity’s trustees, Patrons, staff team and supporters, the charity’s new Director will coordinate the vision and strategic focus of the charity.

Clod Ensemble seek Executive Director – deadline 3 February 2020

Clod Ensemble are looking for an Executive Director to work with the Artistic Director / CEO, team and Board to lead their strategic development and operational management, with a particular focus on the development of the Performing Medicine programme. You will support in driving forward the strategic direction of the organisation, overseeing all of the company’s activities, and ensuring a dynamic and effective team.

GOSH Arts Programme seeks an Arts Manager – deadline 20 January 2020

Do you have a passion for the arts and the desire to make a difference to children and young people in hospital? Working within the Arts Team, the Arts Manager (Participation) will support the delivery of a wide ranging cross-arts programme across the hospital. GOSH Arts aims to encourage creativity and improve the hospital experience for everyone. We offer art workshops, creative residencies, music, performances and cultural opportunities for patients, families and staff.


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