Paintings in Hospitals is seeking someone to manage the running of the charity’s Head Office and its gallery space (the Menier Gallery).
The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation has announced that capital and revenue funding is available to support the work of local and national charities and not-for-profit organisations that address rural and urban deprivation. Within these two main headings, the Trust is interested in helping established projects which work in the fields of:
Creative Barking and Dagenham (CBD) is seeking a Communications and Administration Coordinator to provide dedicated communications and administrative support to the Creative Barking and Dagenham Programme Directors.
Care provider Jewish Care is seeking someone to develop a programme of initiatives that offers opportunities for residents to live meaningful lives according to their preferences and abilities. A fundamental purpose of this role is the development of participatory arts programmes
The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust which awards grants to registered charities in the United Kingdom has announced that the next closing date for applications is 1 November 2014. During 2014, the Trust is seeking to fund projects that promote Music and the Arts and help the elderly. Grants are usually between £1,000 and £3,000 and are awarded for one year.
The University of Florida has launched an online master’s degree program in arts in medicine. The two-year program from the UF Center for Arts in Medicine includes foundation of the arts in medicine and various electives. Students are also required to devote 16 hours a week to each eight-week, three-credit hour course.
SoCo Music Project is seeking expressions of interest from music leaders/practitioners for exciting and new projects across Hampshire.
NCVO, Helping arts & cultural organisations use their creativity to win public service commissions – various dates September to November 2014
Training sessions in Plymouth and Leicester as part of the Cultural Commissioning Learning Programme. These phases are designed to help middle and senior managers in arts, museums, libraries to engage in public service commissioning.
The Wallace & Gromit's Children's Foundation has announced that its grants making programme will re-open for applications on 1 October 2014. The Foundation supports projects in children's hospitals and hospices throughout the UK to enrich and enhance the lives of patients. Projects that could be considered by the Foundation include amongst others:
Shape Arts is seeking experienced artists to deliver creative workshops, as part of a new programme “Inspiring Futures”.
Arts Council England is planning the launch of a £3m research grants programme to build and improve the evidence base around the value, impacts and benefits of arts and culture. From next April, ACE will invite research proposals to develop the evidence base for the impact of arts and culture.
Call for Papers, Music, Drama, Dance Movement and Art Therapy: Interdisciplinary Dialogues – deadline 15 February 2015
Approaches: Music Therapy & Special Music Education, a peer-reviewed, open access journal, invites submissions for a special issue dedicated to the arts therapies (music therapy, dramatherapy, dance movement psychotherapy and art therapy) to appear in winter 2015. This call for papers is open to both practitioners and academics.
Cardboard Citizens have announced a new season of training workshops including: Rainbow of Desires - An Introduction to Boal's "Theatre and Therapy" 7th - 9th November 2014 Discover Augusto Boal's response to "internalised oppression", and its multiple applications from the rehearsal room to therapeutic settings.
Call for papers on Culture, Museums and Wellbeing – deadline 15 March 2015
Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, Call for Papers – deadline 15 March 2015
Special issue on Culture, Museums and Wellbeing. Submissions should have a specific focus on some aspect of culture and/or museums and wellbeing. The editors are particularly interested in quantitative studies and well-developed qualitative studies that can contribute to a nuanced theoretical understanding of these areas.