Current opportunities

Mapping Project for Capital Age Festival Consultant’s Role – deadline 27 May 2015

With support from Arts Council England Capital Age Festival is undertaking a series of organisational development activities, to transform our organisation and the services they deliver.    Part of this includes an inquiry, a mapping of London provision.

Partners for Health – deadline 29 May 2015

London Catalyst and the Hospital Saturday Fund have launched a new ‘Partners for Health’ grant programme.

Chair, National Alliance for Arts in Criminal Justice – deadline 29 May 2015

The National Alliance for Arts in Criminal Justice (NAACJ) is seeking an enthusiastic and collaborative leader as its new Chair. 

Room for You artists – deadline 31 May 2015

Newcastle’s Room for You programme which provides arts interventions in cancer treatment centres is seeking to expand its pool of freelance creative practitioners. Working across the North East. The organisation employs freelance artists for sessional work for a period of 4 - 6 weeks. The rate is £90 per half day.

The Creative Future Literary Awards – deadline 15 June 2015

The Creative Future Literary Awards is a national literary competition and high profile awards ceremony which celebrates talented writers who lack opportunities due to mental health issues, disability, health or social circumstance.

HLF funds to mark 50 years of London boroughs

The Heritage Lottery Fund is offering grants of up to £100,000 to projects that explore the anniversary of the creation of London’s borough system in 1965. Grants are for projects which:

Care UK Wellbeing Foundation

The Care UK Wellbeing Foundation is offering £100,000 of grants to organisations promoting wellbeing through the arts. Grants of between £500 and £2000 are available to nominated organisations. w:

Outsider Craft: open call – deadline 30 October 2015

Outsider Craft combines Outside In's fourth triennial open art exhibition and Craftspace's touring exhibitions programme, which reflects developments in craft. The exhibition will showcase work by artists facing barriers to the art world for reasons including health, disability or social circumstance.