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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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Dance Health Coordinator role at English National Ballet – deadline 4 June 2021

English National Ballet’s creative dance health programmes and initiatives are designed to reduce health inequalities and to tackle social isolation, long-term health issues and inactivity through dance. The Dance Health Coordinator plays a key role working with engagement and cross department colleagues, local and regional partners in supporting the delivery of ENB’s pioneering creative health and wellbeing programmes and world-class research partnerships.

Project co-ordinator opening at Spare Tyre – deadline 29 April 2021

Artist-led participatory theatre company Spare Tyre is looking for a candidate to provide logistical support to produce its inclusive artist training programme over 22 days in May and June 2021. There will also be some work with the general manager on the day-to-day running of the company. 

The company are looking for someone who is highly organised, can demonstrate a commitment to inclusion and access in the arts, and can manage their time effectively. This flexible part-time role would suit someone who has administration, project co-ordination or stage management experience.

Inspiring London through Culture grant – deadline 5 November 2021

The City of London Corporation is offering grants of between £500 and £10,000 to organisations that further enrich the Square Mile’s cultural offer and who may benefit from additional support or sponsorship to help initiatives to develop.

Proposals submitted must deliver some (or all) of their benefits within the Square Mile or among communities from the Square Mile, as well as meet with at least one of the following core criteria:

WEA London Festival – 26 June to 16 July 2021

During the pandemic, adult learning charity WEA ran over a thousand courses online from ESOL to Art History.  Over the summer it has organised the London Festival - a series of events and walks in the capital.

Stroll out of Lockdown and enjoy re-engaging with people, places and learning. Walks will include sketching in Regent’s Park, exploration of Egyptian treasures at the British Museum and drawing the London skyline. Each guided walk is led by a WEA tutor and limited to 12 people at each event.

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