Own Now – 3 April 2014

The OWN NOW Symposium in Skipton is designed to explore the way in which involvement in the arts can enhance the life of someone with dementia. Designed for staff who work with people living with dementia the symposium includes national and international examples of creative  practice in this field, film, participatory art making, exhibitions, research and evaluation, music and movement.

Creative co-ordinator – deadline 3 March 2014

Yorkshire-based We Do is seeking a co-ordinator to oversee and ensure the delivery of live@theLux, a new initiative aiming to develop a new arts venue within a primary care facility. The role will require venue programming, project and event management and a love of bringing the arts to new contexts and people. The initiative has been developed by We do and The Robin Lane Medical Centre in Pudsey.

Artfelt artists – deadline 29 November 2013

Artfelt, part of The Children’s Hospital Charity in Sheffield, is looking to employ a range of visual artists, crafts people, musicians and performance artists to enhance the creative workshops in the hospital. The artists’ workshops must be adaptable to a variety of ages and work within a hospital ward or waiting room environment. Expressions of interest should include: a copy of artists’ CV with visual examples of previous workshops/work or link to a website/blog; a workshop idea or list of services; an indication of daily/hourly rates for workshop delivery.

International perspectives on arts participation - 20-21 June 2014

Leeds Metropolitan University and Utrecht University, Netherlands are organising an international conference examining models of participatory arts practice, the values that underpin these, and their social and political impact. The Universities have issued a call for papers inviting artists, organisations and academics to submit case studies of participatory practice or theoretical papers looking at improving understanding of the impact of participation in the arts.

Game Change, Arts Marketing Association Conference, Sheffield – 16-18 July 2013

This Arts Marketing Association (AMA) conference will seek to share success stories from a diverse range of people who have significantly changed the game for their organisation – whether by dramatically raising earned income, reaching new target groups, deepening engagement or transforming the impact that their company has for their communities.

w: www.a-m-a.co.uk/AMAconference2013 

Animation Worker, Asperger's Children and Carers Together, Yorkshire – deadline 5 June 2013

ACCT are seeking an experienced animation worker to deliver two weeks of summer holiday activities to children and young people with Asperger's Syndrome and Autism. The worker will plan and deliver a range of animation and filmmaking activities to participants of different abilities. Must have experience supporting children with additional needs.

This is a self employed post, and is paid at a rate of £13ph.

Admin & Finance Worker, AiM (Artists in Mind), Yorkshire – deadline 12 May 2013

AiM is an arts charity supporting individuals with acute and enduring mental ill health in the community and in secure locations (hospitals, forensic units, prisons), and is based in Huddersfield.

This post is initially offered as a one-year contract; further employment would be subject to available funding. The post is for 22 hours a week (0.6fte). The job holder will be responsible for maintaining administrative and financial systems in order to ensure AiM’s effective, efficient and accurate operations.

Manager, Pioneer Projects (Celebratory Arts) Ltd, Yorkshire – deadline 30 May

Pioneer Projects (Celebratory Arts) Ltd is an arts and health charity which uses creative activity to promote health and wellbeing for communities and the individuals within them, tackle social exclusion and reduce health inequalities, using arts-based approaches.

You’re Not Alone, Sheffield – until 1 June 2013

Following its exhibition in the hospital, You’re Not Alone: photographic observations of The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield by Shaun Bloodworth, Andy Brown and Richard Hanson, is to be shown in Sheffield city centre.

The photographers were given unlimited access to hospital wards and departments to document individual stories. The work will now be shown in two new city centre locations.

The Workstation
Paternoster Row,
Sheffield S1 2BX


The waiting rooms of Sheffield Train Station
Sheaf Street,
Sheffield S1 2BP

Company Administrator, We do. (formerly Open Art), Yorkshire – deadline 12 April

We do (formerly Open Art) currently have a vacancy for an expert administrator who loves working with people and can ensure the smooth running of company activity and management of office operations.


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