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Freelance artist vacancies – deadline 30 June 2021

Reminiscence arts practitioner Arts Exchange is recruiting a team of freelance arts professionals to join them at Blackheath, Essex or Lambeth to provide a rich programme of inspirational arts, reminiscence, and social activities. The activities will enhance the health, happiness and well-being of people living with dementia and their family/carers.

Call for artist applications – deadline 28 June 2021

Bow Arts Learning is embarking on a project in response to the social injustices that have been highlighted by recent global events and is recruiting five artists to work with them over the period from September 2021 to April 2023.

The organisation will work collaboratively with schools and artists to explore the issues and barriers for children and young people and devise arts-based projects that respond to these specific individuals and needs.

Bereavement webinars – until 15 July 2021

To complement the In loving memory of Londoners lost campaign, Thrive LDN has commissioned Cruse Bereavement Care to run a series of webinars aimed at boosting the knowledge and confidence of people who encounter bereaved people in the course of their jobs or voluntary roles, and providing better understanding of how bereavement impacts individuals, families, organisations and communities – and the support available. 

The remaining webinars take place on:

Create seeks Evaluation & Impact Coordinator – deadline 30 June 2021

Create is the UK’s leading charity empowering lives, reducing loneliness and enhancing wellbeing through the creative arts. They currently have a vacancy for an Evaluation & Impact Coordinator to embed Create’s evaluation framework across the organisation to evaluate the impact and outcomes of their strategic objectives.  The candidate will join Create at an exciting time as they deliver their new five-year strategic plan, aiming to double their reach and impact by 2026 and open a new hub in Manchester.

Interim Executive Director opening – deadline 14 June 2021

Artist-led participatory theatre company Spare Tyre is seeking someone to fill its Executive Director role while John Holmes takes shared parental leave in September and October 2021. The flexible part-time role will cover 26 days in total, including handover days in August and November. Experience of arts production and management in a leadership role is essential. 

Download the full job pack and find out how to apply.

 

Creative Director and Chief Executive role – deadline 21 June 2021

East London Dance are recruiting for someone to lead the organisation in its role of championing and growing east London’s dance scene during its next pioneering chapter from a new home at The Talent House.

The role holder will provide creative and strategic leadership across our participation, artist support and performance programmes, and ensure our long-term resilience and relevance amid a fast-changing environment. 

Find out more information and download the full job pack

Seeing Sound – 24 May to 21 July 2021

Seeing Sound brings together a partnership between The British Library, the

Social prescribing programme to be rolled out across London

Prescribing Medicine’s successful pilot project, ‘Creative Health & Social Prescribing: A Workforce Development Programme’, involved scoping, designing and delivering a modular training programme for GPs, link workers, artists and arts organisations in Southwark and Merton.  

Communications Manager opportunity – deadline extended to 22 June 2021

Breathe Arts Health Research is seeking a skilled and experienced Communications Manager to lead on all marketing and digital activity across the organisation, providing high quality and efficient messaging of Breathe’s values and mission across the company’s programmes.

Freelance opportunities at Spare Tyre – deadline 25 May 2021

Spare Tyre are looking for up to six freelance artists to take part in a paid skills workshop programme in June 2021, with a view to joining their pool in the future. The programme will cover sensory arts practices, online safeguarding, remote access tech skills, evaluating your practice, and more. Trainees will be paid £165 per day during the programme.

Find out more and download the recruitment pack

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