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AMA Bursaries, London and Edinburgh. d/l 08 November 2019

Bursaries now available

AMAculturehive are providing 10 bursaries Digital Marketing Day 2019 in London, saving you more than 60% off a Non-member place.

The AMA are also providing 10 bursaries for Digital Marketing Day 2019 in Edinburgh.

We're looking for people like you who are:
— In the first five years of their career in the cultural sector
or
— In a leadership role (i.e. at Head of Department, Director, Managing Director, CEO level) within the cultural sector
or
— Working within a museum, gallery or heritage organisation
or
— Working for a diverse-led organisation*
or
— From a diverse background

To apply, complete and return the simple application form to jemma@a-m-a.co.uk by Friday 8 November 2019

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new horizons: international inspiration. the garage, norwich, 01 November 2019

Friday 1 November, 10AM-4.45PM
The Garage and Norwich Charitable Trusts Presents
NEW HORIZONS: INTERNATIONAL INSPIRATION

The Garage and Norwich Charitable Trusts present 'New Horizons: International Inspiration' - a provocative, proactive and practical event for leaders and doers across the arts sector. The focus of this year’s New Horizons looks at international work, and asks how international work can positively impact our practice, our organisations and our communities.

Our aim is to make the event as practically useful as possible, so that delegates go away more clued up - and more fired up - and with a clear idea of what they will do differently as a result of attending.
Across the day there will be a range of provocations, conversations, and how to sessions, so that, whether you're a senior manager or a practitioner there's something of value to you.

Speakers include: Libby Battaglia (Audacious), Maya Sharma (Audience Agency), Steve Ball (The REP), Annabel Carberry (Lost in Translation Circus), Cat Moore (NIE), Hannah Slimmon (Farnham Maltings) Alexandra Cole (UEA), Chris Gribble (National Centre for Writing), Veronica Sekules (Groundwork Gallery) and David Hynes (Norwich Charitable Trusts).

Tickets: £25, including a networking lunch and refreshments. Essential companions go free.

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engage works, youth norfolk arts. d/l 19 October 2019

About this Event
Join National Centre for Writing’s Engage! programme and Young Norfolk Arts for a day of lively discussion, workshops and debate exploring how best to engage young people and inspire activism through arts and culture.

The event is open to both young people and representatives from youth organisations, and arts and cultural organisations from across the region.

Free to attend with lunch and refreshments provided.

Places are limited, please book in advance.

Engage! is a collaborative project between four UNESCO cities of literature around Europe – Barcelona (Spain), Krakow (Poland), Växjö (Sweden) and Norwich (UK). Each city is running its own project focussed on cultural activism and literature. Norwich’s project is called Young Arts Professionals.

Young Norfolk Arts provides opportunities for children and young people to create and engage with art and culture across Norfolk, including the YNA Collective and Young Norfolk Arts Festival (YNAF).

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call for freelance artists, the point, eastleigh. d/l 18 October 2019

Freelance Artists

We are now looking for dynamic freelance artists to work across The Point and The Berry Theatre.

We are committed to connecting young people and the community to exceptional arts experiences in our local borough and beyond. We are a National Portfolio Arts Council England Organisation and are owned and managed by Eastleigh Borough Council.

We are looking to extend our pool of facilitators for both ad-hoc projects and weekly sessions, including our Youth Theatre and wider education and accessible arts programme.

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programme manager, professional development, artswork. d/l 14 October 2019

Location: Southampton

Contract: Fixed term - to March 2022

£24,000 – £30,000 pro rata

Part-time, 28 hours per week

To work in Artswork’s Head Office in Southampton

Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 14 October 2019

Interviews to be held on: Monday 21 October 2019

Artswork empowers children and young people through arts and culture to find their voice, become skilled leaders and achieve their aspirations. We are now looking to appoint a Programme Manager, Professional Development, to work as part of the Leadership, Skills and Enterprise Team.

The Programme Manager, Professional Development, will lead the further development and delivery of Artswork’s well-established national Professional Development Programme. Applicants are required to have experience of project, programme and/or events management and the vision to drive this area of work forward. You will have excellent communications and administration skills, be highly motivated, enjoy working as part of a hard-working and professional team and have an interest in the arts and young people.

Full information on how to apply can be found in the job description below:

Job Description – Programme Manager, Professional Development

Application Form – Programme Manager, Professional Development

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Applications should be emailed to recruitment@artswork.org.uk by 9am on Monday 14 October

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nuffield residency, lancaster arts. d/l 14 October 2019

Lancaster Arts is seeking applications for the fourth Nuffield Residency: a practice-based initiative offering one artist, company or collective the opportunity to undertake a supported residency including the use of our large black box studio, the Nuffield Theatre.

We are seeking work that is CROSS DISCIPLINARY and fits with our season theme: Radical Histories/Radical Futures.

I think the quality of the process was the fact that I felt we had time to fail, to explore, to rethink. The work is ALWAYS something else than you think it will be and the slow process of discovering what it is and what it can hold was very exciting

Maja Bugge, 2018 Nuffield Residency recipient.
Lancaster Arts is nationally acclaimed for the presentation, creation and development of innovative contemporary work, developed across all art forms and committed to nurturing artistic talent, exploring new ideas and challenging boundaries of practice. Over several decades the Nuffield Theatre has been synonymous with pioneering performance work. We are situated within a world-class university and support and broker relationships with academic colleagues.

The 2019/2020 Nuffield Residency offers:
A cash investment of £1,000
1 x 2 day initial exploratory residency on 13th and 14th November 2019
1 x 7 day period working in the Nuffield Theatre 13th – 17th Jan 2020 (including 5 days with technical support)
2 x 1 hour mentoring sessions
Dramaturgical support and feedback from Lancaster Arts Creative Producing team
Additional rehearsal spaces/creative time in other suitable spaces (subject to availability) on Lancaster University campus
Potential access to academic research staff if required

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Increasing Socio-economic Diversity and Inclusion in the Arts, Jerwood Arts

Following-on from the publication of Socio-Economic Diversity and Inclusion in the Arts: A Toolkit for Employers in July, Jerwood Arts and the Bridge Group are collaborating to deliver two free, practical afternoon workshops for employers.

These workshops will each address some of the big challenges facing the sector, identify effective strategies and practice to foster diversity and inclusion, and provide a guide to implementing key recommendations from the Toolkit. Crucially, they will provide a space for employers to talk, network and feel supported in their efforts to drive change.

Recent research has highlighted a ‘class crisis’ in the arts. Individuals from lower socio-economic backgrounds are significantly under-represented among artists, freelancers and employees in arts organisations across the UK. Urgent action is therefore required to develop a more representative sector, in order to produce art that is both outstanding and relevant to diverse audiences.

Nottingham, at Dance4, Tuesday 15 October, 12-3.30pm.

Gateshead, at Sage Gateshead, Monday 4 November 12-3.30pm.

Lunch will be provided on both days and both workshops are free of charge, but booking is essential via eventbrite.

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children’s theatre programmer, watermans arts centre. d/l 17 October 2019

Part-time

Salary £28,335 FTE

We’re looking for a brilliant Programmer, to curate our high-quality children’s performance programme for our diverse, appreciative and loyal audience.

The programme runs over three seasons, including a popular Christmas show and special events at the autumn and spring half-term holidays.

If you’ve got an extensive working knowledge of the children’s theatre sector; can think, talk and plan strategically about audience and programme development, and are a skilful collaborator, then we’d really love to hear from you.

How to apply:

Please send in your completed application forms to recruitment@watermans.org.uk, stating clearly in the subject line which role you are applying for ‘Children’s Theatre Programmer‘ also please make sure you fill in the separate online Equal Opportunities Form.

Please note we can not accept CVs without a completed application form.

Closing date: 12 noon, Thursday 17 October 2019

Interview date: Thursday 31 October 2019

Watermans strives to be an equal opportunities employer and will only accept a completed application form with completed equal opportunities monitoring form (please complete the attached forms above). Please note CVs will not be accepted

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unlimited connects: linking artists and allies around the country.

Connecting up the cultural sector is one of the most important things we do – we are nothing without disabled artists, and equally we can’t change anything without involving arts organisations, promoters, festivals and venues. We have teamed up with arts organisations around England and Wales to host a series of events aimed at mixing it up between September 2019-March 2020.

Unlimited Connects North – Sick Festival, The Lowry, Manchester
19 September 2019, 10:30am-4pm, followed by performances.

Unlimited Connects Midlands – FRONTLINEdance Festival, Stoke-on-Trent
All day, 3 October 2019, 11am-6pm, followed by performances.

Unlimited Connects South East – Firstsite, Colchester
All day, 10 October 2019, 11am-6pm

Unlimited Connects South West – Salisbury Arts Centre, Wiltshire Creative, Salisbury
All day, 18 October 2019, 10:30am-4pm, followed by a performance.

Unlimited Connects Wales, DI-BEN-DRAW – Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Two full days 14 & 15 November 2019 – registration to open in August

We will be hosting six smaller Unlimited Connects events throughout Wales January – March 2020, full details to be announced by October 2019.

Any questions? Get in touch by email info@weareunlimited.org.uk or call Harry Murdoch at Shape Arts on 020 7424 7330.

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ITC Arts Training Timetable

These training courses are designed to provide you with the toolkit of essential skills and specialist knowledge needed to run a performing arts company successfully.

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