Opportunities archive

Project Manager, Magic Me – deadline 18 July 2017

Magic Me is looking for a Project Manager with a strong track record of managing and developing large scale community and participatory arts projects. The organisation is seeking someone who is passionate and committed to connecting people through the arts. https://magicme.co.uk/news/

Dance Well Project Assistant, Akademi – deadline 24 July 2017

Dance company Akademi is seeking a Project Assistant to support its outreach work, evaluation and the coordination of sessions for the Dance Well programme.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Research Internship – deadline 12 August 2017

Nordoff Robbins Scotland is offering a research internship vacancy. Postgraduate students, recent graduates as well as early career researchers with an interest in music therapy are welcome to apply.

GSK Impact Awards – deadline 22 September 2017

The GSK IMPACT Awards are open for charities working in the health sector.

MSc in Dementia Care – September 2017

The University of West London is launching a new MSc taught by tutors from a variety of disciplines including art, design, music and film. It is designed to promote creative, integrated and holistic practice and provides opportunities to undertake arts-based projects in dementia care settings.