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Art & craft project assistant and garden project assistant roles – deadline 4 December 2020

Sydenham Garden, a wellbeing centre supporting people to improve their mental health in South East London, seeks two talented and passionate individuals as project assistants for two of their core adult mental health programmes. The art & craft project assistant and garden project assistant will work with their respective project leads to design, plan and deliver engaging and inclusive arts and nature-based sessions for co-workers. 

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Artist-in-residence opportunity, St John’s Waterloo – deadline 1 December 2020

St John’s Waterloo have launched Waterloo Well, a programme of creative and wellbeing activities for homeless and vulnerable people, and are looking for an artist to work within a local homelessness centre to set-up and run a creative programme of activities. This programme will be drawn up by the artist themselves in communication with the team at the day-centre who can advise, from their own experiences. At the end of the residency, St John’s Waterloo shall seek to exhibit the collaborative work created by the artist and the centre’s guests at Waterloo Festival 2021

Culture, Creativity and Health Winter Gathering, London Regional Event – 17 November 2020

Arts & Health South West, alongside Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance regional champions and the LENs regional champions, have organised a morning of networking, key updates and case studies. Sign up to hear from members of the London steering group about current pan-London health and wellbeing initiatives; get inspired through case studies from organisations who have adapted their provision for Covid-19 and network informally to share your current practice and challenges.

Ealing Arts and Health Alliance scoping event – 3 November 2020

The Young Ealing Foundation and Arts in Ealing would like to form an alliance between the arts and health sectors in Ealing to harness the positive effects of arts on health and wellbeing and create a space where impactful projects and partnerships can be born.

This initial meeting will serve as a scoping event to register interest and discuss potential projects and collaboration opportunities, and is open to all organisations working in the borough of Ealing who would be interested in becoming part of the alliance.

Culture Mile Imagine Fund micro-grants – deadline 26 October 2020

Culture Mile is offering ten micro-grants to support local people to develop ideas for the area which will help create a better future in light of the global pandemic.

These ideas can be creative, cultural or community and involve anything you’d like to spend some time exploring. They are open to all and any projects – community gardening, workspace, food events, creative workshops, arts projects, local radio – anything you’d like to have a go at with your friends & neighbours.

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London's World Mental Health Day Festival 2020 – 10 October 2020

The Mayor of London's Peer Outreach Team and Thrive LDN are marking World Mental Health Day 2020 with a young Londoner-led virtual festival. This year's festival programme is focused on building resilience and promoting positive wellbeing.

The free online event will see various activities, workshops and performances to offer a platform for young people to discuss the challenges faced during COVID-19 and explore shared experiences of inequality and issues raised through the Black Lives Matter movement.

Still, here, Access All Areas Theatre – until 31 October 2020

Launched on the day when the Hackney Carnival should have been celebrated, this audio exhibition across Hackney invites audiences to visit Hackney’s streets and hear learning disabled and autistic artists share their experiences of lockdown, and their hopes for the 'new normal' . The 90-minute self-guided tour includes stops at key locations to hear reflections through spoken word, recorded conversations and found sound.

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Choirs & Administration Manager vacancy – deadline 2 August 2020

The Pimlico Musical Foundation is looking for a highly organised, energetic team player who has a deep interest in social justice and an understanding of youth, arts and charity organisations to join its team in a part-time role. The successful candidate will administer the activities of the Foundation and organise and provide pastoral support for the PMF choirs.

Full details of the role and how to apply can be found here.

 

Outreach & Administrative Assistant opportunity – deadline 31 July 2020

Outside Edge, the UK’s only theatre company and participatory arts charity focused on addiction, is seeking a part-time assistant to take responsibility for the administrative aspects of the company and to play an important role in supporting the trustees and the senior management team. They will also be a central point of contact for members of the public and others in the organisation.

Collection Manager vacancy – deadline 27 July 2020

Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity is looking for an experience Collection Manager (maternity cover) to lead on the care and presentation of the charity’s fine art and heritage collection.

The collection is one of the biggest collections belonging to a health charity in the UK, a unique resource of more than 5,000 items built up over the last 500 years that we use to enhance the healthcare environment across Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust sites.

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