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.

Find out further information here


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.

Applications invited for MSc Creative Arts and Mental Health

Queen Mary University of London is inviting applications for its MSc Creative Arts and Mental Health for the academic year 2020-21. The MSc is a partnership between the Drama Department (School of English and Drama) and the Centre for Psychiatry (School of Medicine and Dentistry) at Queen Mary.

Governance, Finance and Operations Manager – deadline 19 July 2020

The What Works Centre for Wellbeing is seeking someone to take responsibility for its overall coordination and administration, setting the stage, and providing the necessary foundations for the centre to thrive and deliver on its mission. The successful candidate will work closely with the Director, Head of Finance and Board as part of a small team with support from a Senior Administrator.

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


Digital Communications Officer vacancy – deadline 20 July 2020

Help Musicians has an opening on its team for a Digital Communications Officer. The independent charity provides a broad spectrum of help, support and opportunities to empower professional musicians through times of need and opportunity. The successful candidate will work with the Communications & PR Manager to develop and implement the charity’s digital communications plan in order to reach musicians and engage supporters.


Arts in Health Co-ordinator vacancy – deadline 6 July 2020

Powys Teaching Health Board is looking for a motivated and committed individual to join the mental health and learning disabilities team as the Arts in Health Coordinator. The post holder will support the board to strengthen and support the direct development and delivery of arts and health activity in mental health in an efficient and effective manner.

Further information and application details can be found here.

Arts Officer Projects and Commissioning vacancies – deadline 28 June 2020

Richmond Council is recruiting art officers to support the development of its public facing programmes and support and deliver a range of cultural activities. The post requires an arts professional with experience of developing, managing and delivering public programmes. The position is based at Orleans House Gallery (OHG) and the role holder will be responsible for parts of the public and strategic programmes delivered by the Arts Service. This includes activities which are delivered at OHG and across the borough.


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