South East

Colour in Motion, Addenbrooke’s Hospital – until 1 September 2021

British artist Ian Davenport is exhibiting a collection of prints and paintings at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. The exhibition is a collaboration between Paintings in Hospitals, the Jerwood Collection, and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and has been specifically designed for Addenbrooke’s rehabilitation gymnasiums, to enhance the physiotherapy environment with art that evokes movement and energy.

Arts and Minds vacancies – deadlines 31 July & 7 August 2020

Arts and Minds, the Cambridgeshire micro-charity that uses the arts to help people living with mental health challenges, has opportunities available for trustees, a Programme Manager and a Finance & Office Manager.

The successful applicants will play a role in Arts and Minds’ mission to use the arts to support the positive mental health of individuals and communities.

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

 

Data and Research Manager position at Snape Maltings – deadline 23 March 2020

Snape Maltings centre of music has ambitions to embark on a large-scale capital campaign to develop the site significantly and support its activity as a national, and international, hub bringing together all those involved in music’s place in the world: musicians, researchers, clinicians.

A Space to be You, Headway Milton Keynes and Sophie Bennett – until 29 March 2020

This exhibition showcases a selection of recent works by artists who attend Headway Milton Keynes, a charity supporting adults who have an acquired brain injury. It demonstrates a range of both individual and collaborative practices and gives a platform to a diverse group of artists.

Healing Spaces: madness, music & transformation – 25 March 2020

Dr Christopher Findlay ​will be in conversation with ​the Rev Prof June Boyce-Tillman ​at The University of Winchester, examining how psychiatry and music can work together to support healing and enrich our view of what it is to be a human being.

Further information can be found here

 

Rebel Boob, Reigning Women – 13 March 2020

A performance about breast cancer… except it’s not really about breast cancer

Creative Dementia Arts Network Special Event – 10 March 2020

Increasing prevalence of dementia, demand for creative support from individuals and carers and the NHS national roll out of social prescription makes building capacity in arts and dementia a priority.
 
Do you use arts in engaging with people with dementia or interested in doing so? Join Creative Dementia Arts Network’s event that will focus on FLOURISH, its specialist arts and dementia training course and professional development programme and will include a literary lunch with journalist, campaigner and author Nicci Gerrard.
 

Arts Development Officer vacancy at St Albans City & District Council – deadline 13 December

St Albans Arts Team are seeking to employ a part time Arts Development Officer for 12 months from January-December 2020 to cover maternity leave

Health and Wellbeing Programme Coordinator vacancy at The Beaney Museum – deadline 11 December 2019

Canterbury City Council is looking to appoint a Health and Wellbeing Programme Coordinator for the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge to build on the pioneering work in this field. Canterbury and Museums & Galleries are working as the lead partner for the development of Health and Wellbeing research and practice through museum and gallery services. They are looking to recruit an enthusiastic individual with a passion for Arts and Heritage, particularly in a Museum context.

Towner Art Gallery seeks a Head of Learning – deadline 6 December 2019

Towner are seeking a new Head of Learning who will be responsible for devising, managing and implementing a new learning and engagement strategy in alignment with Towner’s strategy to grow and diversify audiences. This role offers an exciting opportunity for an individual to build on Towner’s success by developing new and existing projects around their priorities of supporting artists and makers, children, young people and families, and promoting health and wellbeing.

Further information can be found here.

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