Opportunities archive

Connect Project, South Bristol Community Hospital – deadline 3 November

The Connect Project concerns South Bristol Community Hospital, one of a number of new developments at Hengrove Park, a 76 hectare former airfield. The new hospital is part of phase 1, which also includes the completed South Bristol Skills Academy. The Connect project is part of a wider programme of art commissions across Hengrove Park.

Postgraduate Certificate in Arts in Healthcare Settings, Ireland – deadline 7 November

The Postgraduate Certificate in Arts in Healthcare Settings is the first accredited course in Arts and Health in Ireland.

Illustrator / Designer for Voices Through Corridors HLF project, Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust – deadline 8 November

Voices Through Corridors is a Heritage Lottery Funded project which aims to explore the heritage of the Manor Hospital in Walsall from 1930 to the present day.

Making Music – 3 posts – deadlines 4 & 9 November

Making Music is seeking a Head of Membership, Regional Manager and Digital Communications Intern. Head of Membership - London, full time

Big Lottery Fund announces £50 million fund for the voluntary sector

£50 million to support hundreds of voluntary and community sector (VCS) projects and services has been announced by the Big Lottery Fund (BIG).

Ages and Stages conference on intergenerational performance – call for participants

London Bubble is convening a conference on intergenerational performance work. The aim is to focus on theatre and dance projects that engage a range of ages, and to hear from and promote artists and organisations who deliberately choose to work in this area.

London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, Local Leaders and Olympic Torch Relay

Various announcements relating to next year’s Olympics have been made, including: 1. Ruth Mackenzie, director of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, announced her plans for the London 2012 Festival, the finale of the Cultural Olympiad and launched the website www.london2012.com/festival.

Streetwise Opera to give homeless performers a platform in the Olympics at the Royal Opera House

Streetwise Opera will be presenting an Open Mic event called With One Voice on 2 July 2012 during the London 2012 Festival to showcase the skills of 200 performers who have experienced homelessness from all over the UK and abroad.

Relationship Manager, Engagement & Participation, Arts Council England, North East – deadline 22 November

Arts Council England, North East are looking to recruit an arts engagement and participation specialist to lead work on audience development, participation and help achieve the mission of Great Art for Everyone. The post-holder will:

Wandsworth Arts Festival Producer, Wandsworth Arts Team – deadline 22 November

Wandsworth Arts Team is looking for a Festival Producer to join a small team to deliver the Wandsworth Arts Festival 2012.

Get The Message Project Coordinator, Camden Arts Centre – deadline 22 November

Reporting to the Education Project Programmer the Get The Message Project Coordinator will work with teachers, relevant partners and artists to manage a project that is receptive to the needs and circumstances of people with learning disabilities.

Royal Opera House Bridge Programme Managers, Royal Opera House – deadline 23 November

The Royal Opera House(ROH) is part of a new network of ‘Bridge’ Organisations announced by the Arts Council, which will provide a bridge between the arts and education sectors, and support the goal of enabling every child and young person to have the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts.

The London Open - Call for Entries, Whitechapel Gallery – deadline 25 November

A chance for artists to show their work at the Whitechapel Gallery.

Film Culture Fund – deadline 28 November

The Film Culture Fund is designed to help audiences throughout the English regions access a diverse range of film content, to enrich audiences’ experience through education opportunities, and to integrate regional screen heritage resources into wider film provision. Projects should address one or more of the following priorities:

Monitoring & Evaluation Assistant, Nordoff Robbins, London - deadline 28 November

Nordoff Robbins is looking for a committed, energetic and enthusiastic Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant to be based at the Nordoff Robbins London Centre, working within the Research Department. This role is to support the Nordoff Robbins Monitoring and Evaluation of key Music Services posts and projects throughout the UK, as part of the charity’s M & E strategy.

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