Opportunities archive

Festival Project Manager, Attitude is Everything, London – deadline 15 February

Attitude is Everything seeks to improve Deaf and disabled people's access to live music by working in partnership with audiences, artists and the music industry to implement a Charter of Best Practice across the UK. The organisation currently has a vacancy for an experienced Project Manager to manage relationships and work with Festivals and all associated projects and services.

Artist/Writer in Residence, mailout.co – deadline 13 February

What is participatory arts? Mailout is looking for an artist to help find out. On 22 March 2012, mailout.co and connectedculture are holding a one day national Summit at the ICA in London The summit, entitled, Because we’re worth it! will be attended by people working in, managed with or managing participatory arts across the UK.

Create Your Own Work, London – 3 March

A one-day workshop led by Tasha Colbert SRDMP and Céline Butté SRDMP

Arts & Health Project Evaluator, Newcastle City Council – deadline 10 February

Schizophrenia 101 is a celebratory exploration by those who experience, work or live with the diagnosis, to express just what it means to them in the 21st Century. It seeks to explore, challenge and educate in an innovative and engaging manner supported by a multi-disciplinary team of arts and health professionals.

Producer, Open Clasp Theatre Company – deadline 9 February

Open Clasp is a women's theatre company specialising in creating high quality theatre from a female gaze for mixed audiences. As one of the Arts Council's new National Portfolio organisations, Open Clasp is seeking an experienced Producer to consolidate and build upon its achievements to date.

Programme Officer Cohesion, Sound It Out Community Music, West Midlands – deadline 8 February

The Programme Officer Cohesion will work with the Sound It Out team as well as a broad number of external agencies and stakeholders to develop Sound It Out’s programme of

Participatory arts facilitator, Tameside Youth Offending Team – deadline 3 February

Tameside Youth Offending Team are seeking expressions of interest from artists with experience of delivering sessions with challenging young people.

Chief Executive, Music For Youth, London – deadline 15 February

Music for Youth seeks a Chief Executive to lead the organisation to ensure continued achievement of the organisation’s agenda and successful delivery of high profile, national events and activities for young musicians.

PRS funding for organisations and groups - deadline 6 February

The Performing Rights Society (PRS) for Music Foundation, the UK's leading funder of new music across all genres, has announced that its funding programme for organisations and groups is currently open for applications.

Arts and Minds: Outside In – 2012 Surgery Day, Cambridge – 16 February

Outside In 2012 is a National Open Art competition for people who find it difficult to access the art world, whether due to disability, heath, social circumstance or art process.

Free Singing course in Brent, NW London

Sense of Sound is running a FREE 12 week choir for residents in or close to Brent, NW London. Brent Community Voices is part of Vocality, a new project to create regular singing opportunities in communities around the UK, run by Making Music and Sound Sense, funded by the Headley Trust and the Rayne Foundation.

Company Administrator, Whalley Range All Stars, North West – deadline 17 February

Whalley Range All Stars – an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation – is looking for an experienced company administrator. Applicants are expected to have at least 3 years experience of working in an administrative role in a professional arts organisation.

Entelechy Arts, Project Co-ordinator – deadline 22 February

Entelechy Arts seeks a part-time Project Co-ordinator for the ‘Little Boxes of Memories’ programme. This role will have day-to-day responsibility for the co-ordination and delivery of a Heritage Learning Programme, which uses innovative techniques to communicate the lived experiences of marginalised and hard-to-reach elders to young people who have profound and complex disabilities.

Cartoon artist, Medical Research Council – deadline 23 February

The Medical Research Council (MRC) will celebrate its 100th birthday in 2013. A programme of activities is being planned to roll out across the year. One of these projects will involve working with primary schools to create an exhibition of 'imagined futures' - how will biomedical science affect our lives and wellbeing by the year 2113?

Society for the Arts and Health Film Festival - open for submissions – deadline 23 February

The Festival will take place on 4 May as part of the SAH’s annual conference. A winning film, selected by the film festival audience, will be aired on a Detroit, Michigan, USA PBS station.