Current opportunities

Share Art Technician A Year of Drawing, Make Your Mark (Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) – 28th July 2017

Make Your Mark is looking for a freelance art technician to help deliver a large-scale drawing project across Sussex and Hampshire.

Two Dance for Parkinson’s workshops, Leicester – 26-27 July 2017

Dance for Parkinson’s will host an introductory training workshop and advanced training workshop as part of People Dancing's annual Summer School The introductory workshop will be co-facilitated by Danielle Teale, People Dancing, and the Dance for Parkinson's Network UK.

Call to participate in inquiry into the future of civil society

A new partnership between eight independent funders, coordinated by the Baring Foundation, is backing an independent inquiry into the future of civil society. The inquiry is seeking input from the full range of civil society organisations, from individual volunteers and small charities to national organisations.

Building Resilience: Fundraising and Revenue Diversification – deadline 31 July 2017

The programme provides participating organisations with 18 months of group training and individual support, designed to accelerate their revenue-generating capacity, with an emphasis on fundraising. The programme is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Bubble Theatre volunteers

Bubble is looking for people to support and participate in its inter-generational theatre project exploring the subject of Primary schools. Children, adults and artists will come together for training sessions, interviews and workshops and work towards a co-created performance piece given by a multi-generational cast and choir in late 2017/early 2018. Volunteers are needed to

Paid internship, Deafinitely Theatre, London – rolling deadlne

Deafinitely Theatre is the only professional deaf-led theatre company in the UK that works bilingually in British Sign Language and spoken English, and produces work that caters to audiences of all ages. It is currently offering 3-6 month opportunities to work with its bilingual team in th production office.

Arts and health organisation wanted for office sublet – available 10 July 2017

Paintings in Hospitals are looking for an arts and health individual or organisation to share its Southwark space with four other charities. See the attached pdf for more information.

Call out for performance artists, wellbeing teachers and workshop leaders

Kings Cross Sports & Wellbeing Festival 6th August 2017 Produce UK are looking for performance artists, wellbeing teachers and workshop leaders to run sessions / perform at the festival in anything wellbeing related at an up and coming Sports & Wellbeing Festival taking place on Sunday 6th August 2017 at Kings Cross.

Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary for disabled artists – deadline 1 August 2017

Applications are now open for the 10th Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary (ARMB) to support mid-career disabled artists. This year’s successful recipient will receive an award of £10,000 and an accompanying three-month res

Participation Project Manager – deadline 4 August 2017

The National Portrait Gallery is looking for someone with significant previous experience of working in arts for the health and wellbeing sector to develop and deliver an engaging learning project to four London children’s hospitals.

RSPH photographic art award – deadline 6 August 2017

The RSPH "flash points" competition is seeking submissions that highlight health and wellbeing in the UK across the life course. Submissions should be "thought-provoking snapshots of lives from as diverse a range of demographics as this country is home to". Submissions are invited in the following six categories:

Call for papers, “A Sense of Place” – 6 August 2017

The University of Bedfordshire welcomes proposals for a conference - with policymakers in local and regional government, artists and academics through a discussion of the impact of art practice on a sense of place.

Executive Director – deadline 7 August 2017

Create London is seeking someone to take responsibility for the effective running of the organisation, as well as monitoring and managing live projects on a day to day basis.

Freelance workshop leaders, Herts Inclusive Theatre – deadline 8 August 2017

Herts Inclusive Theatre is looking for workshop leaders with experience of working inclusively or with disabled children, for freelance opportunities that arise throughout the year, as well as two regular workshops in the south-west Hertfordshire area.