Current opportunities

Creative Future Writer in Residence – deadline 27 February 2019

Creative Future, in partnership with New Writing South (NWS) and Preston Park Recovery Centre (PPRC), is offering a development oppo

Living Well Facilitator, Jewish Care - deadline 28 February 2019

Jewish Care are recruiting a living well facilitators to work at their Betty Asher Loftus Campus in Friern Barnet, London. The purpose of the Living Well Facilitator role is to promote, support and develop a stimulating program of recreational, creative and therapeutic activities, which are client-centred and offer meaningful activity daily.

Creative People and Places Fund 2019-2023

This Arts Council England funding stream is for consortia of local organisations in parts of the country where involvement in arts and culture is significantly below the national average; register your interest in the programme to make contact with other groups or organisations in your area who are also interested in applying.

Job opportunity Director of Arts and Minds - deadline 28 February

Cambridge- based charity “Arts and Minds” is seeking a new Director to take the charity forward. The post is part-time – 2-3 days per week

Job Opportunity Artistic Director/ joint CEO, Spare Tyre - deadline 28 February

Our friends at Spare Tyre are seeking a new dynamic Artistic Director/joint CEO.  Spare Tyre is a leading participatory arts theatre company.

Making music for people with dementia, Salisbury – 28 February 2019

The aim of this one-day training is to provide an introduction to musical and other improvisational ways of working with people living with dementia. By the end of this training day participants will be able to:

Join the Global Crane dance – deadline 1 March 2019

Dance for Parkinson's communities are invited to be part of an international collaboration called the PD Crane Dance Project, in association with the Mark Morris Dance Group’s Dance for PD Program. 

Akademi learning and participation training – 11 & 12 March 2019

Akademi's Dance for All training covers creative approaches to teaching dance in community, educational and hospital settings: This two-day training event will provide key information and practical strategies on how to creatively engage young people with SEN, older adults, and those living with long-term health conditions. 

New Music Care Training, level 1 – 13-14 March 2019

The University of Nottingham is offering Music Care Training in partnership with Room 217; the training is suitable for healthcare providers, family and volunteer caregivers, musicians, teachers and any other community members who would like to learn how to care using music.

Creative approaches to teaching dance in community, educational and hospital settings – 11-12 March 2019

This two-day training event will provide key information and practical strategies on how to creatively engage young people with SEN, older adults, and those living with long-term health conditions.

Professional Development, Create Your Own Work - 22-23 March 2019

Two days of workshops and the first day will focus on Vision into Action This course will include: Creative visioning and action planning, looking at the practical steps for creating work, applying for funding and how to market your project This will be an enjoyable, experiential and practical day, where you will explore ways of using your artistic and therapeutic skills to design and

Understanding Wellbeing funding opportunity, What Works Centre for Wellbeing -deadline 31 March 2019

The Economic and Social Research Council working with the What Works Well Centre for Wellbeing are offering up to £300,000 per project for six research projects that offer further insights surrounding the wellbeing of individuals and communities in the UK.

ICAPT Arts Therapies Skills in Dementia Care, CNWL NHS Foundation Trust - 3 April 2019

This learning experience will give an insight into the process and understanding of arts therapy to enable a fuller arts engagement with people who have a diagnosis of de

Circle Dance in Dementia Course, Wolverhampton – 4 April 2019

This Dementia Pathfinders course uses techniques from Circle Dancing developed during the 1970s from traditional folk dance from around the world.

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