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Digital and Projects Producer

NIE is an award-winning international company that creates new theatre shows and participation projects with and for young people.

For our UK office based at Cambridge Junction, we seek an enthusiastic Digital and Projects Producer (12 month fixed term contract) with excellent organisational, digital and people skills. The role will be crucial in supporting the delivery of digital content, co-creation workshops and theatre/ engagement projects nationally and internationally.

For an application pack, please contact Cat Moore ( 01223 403343)

Deadline for applications 12 noon, 5 July.

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call for submissions: vault festival 2020

VAULT Festival is a multi-arts and entertainment platform. Its primary purpose is to provide a place for live performance of all genres and styles to flourish in a supportive environment, accessible to a multitude of artists and audiences.

VAULT Festival began in 2012 with a handful of shows as an attempt to do something different. Since 2014 it’s become an annual event taking place between January and March, hosting hundreds of different performances and connecting them to the audiences they’re made for.

VAULT Festival is built around five core values:
Opportunity, Honesty, Equality, Respect and Kindness.

We consider these with our four participant groups: our audience, our visiting companies, our team and our collaborators. We are constantly striving to make the festival better, and every decision is made with our values and participant groups in mind.

We designed the festival to encourage and develop people who have a story to tell. We want people who believe in the spirit of cooperation to help us create a non-exploitative, artist-focused, audience-friendly festival right in the heart of London. The visiting shows provide the excitement and the vibrancy which gets audiences through the doors.

If you think you’ve got something which belongs at VAULT Festival, read on: we look forward to hearing from you.

See you underground.
The VAULT Festival Team

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SPARK supported artists’ programme, pegasus theatre. d/l 24 June 2019

Pegasus is excited to open application for the SPARK supported artist programme – inviting four artists and companies to work with Pegasus from July 2019 – July 2020 to develop a new production for young audiences.

The SPARK supported artist programme provides artists and companies of all levels with the space and skills development needed to turn their bold new ideas into a reality.

We’re looking to support new work for families and young audiences (aged 0-25) across the spectrum of performing arts that represents the vibrant and diverse community of East Oxford. We particularly welcome applications from artists whose experiences are less visible in ‘mainstream’ arts programming including BAME, LGBTQ+ and / or disabled artists.

The yearlong programme will provide bespoke support for four artists/companies based on their individual needs to cultivate, catalyse and develop innovative new productions with, for and by young people.

If you’d like to apply for the SPARK supported artist programme summer 2019 – 2020 you can either:
Complete & submit the form, or submit video responses to the prompts in the form, found here

All submissions should be returned to
Deadline: Monday 24th June 2019
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews for the week commencing 1st July 2019.

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shoutout festival artist callout, applecart arts. d/l 01 August 2019

ShoutOut is a festival of visual and performing arts calling out the violence and prejudice that many face on a daily basis in direct response to community concerns raised at Citizen’s Assemblies and Youth Assemblies held throughout Newham and the East End of London. The festival is a forum for the community to explore the underlying causes and effects of prevailing social concern arising from oppression, hate and prejudice.

Applecart Arts is accepting submissions from visual artists, performers, theatre companies, actors and musicians who feel they have, or are developing, work which relates to themes surrounding youth crime, the sex trade, violence against women, gender, sexual or racial prejudice.

We are keen to get submissions in to us as quickly as possible to get the festival programmed, so the sooner your submission is with us, the better.

Submission Deadline: Thursday 1st August 2019, 1pm.

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commission for a project for over 60s, the albany. d/l 24 June 2019

We are looking for co-created commission proposals from artists or companies to work with residents at a Lewisham Homes Independent Living scheme for over 60s.

Apply by
9am, 24 Jun

Interview date
27 Jun or 1 Jul

Commissioned projects will take place between July 2019 and October 2019 and we would expect artists to deliver 12 weekly sessions within this period.

The chosen project will focus on our performative procession which will open the 21st Century Tea Dance in the borough’s first ever Festival of Creative Ageing, a three week creative festival produced by the Albany, Entelechy Arts and Lewisham Council which celebrates the transformative power of the arts in our lives as we age.

Meet Me At… is an award winning programme of activities for isolated older people in the borough of Lewisham, produced by Entelechy Arts and the Albany. Since 2013 we have run a range of creative projects for older people in the borough of Lewisham: from day-trips and dance-classes to singing, sculpting, circus and photography.

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bursaries for bloggers, unlimited. d/l 21 June 2019

We are looking for someone to come to the Fringe – or perhaps even someone already planning to be up there – to attend Unlimited’s events, see work by disabled artists and create some fresh content for us. Could it be you or do you know someone who would be perfect for this role?

Who is eligible?
We encourage applications from:

Journalists, writers, bloggers, vloggers, or social media influencers who identify as disabled.
People who are active on social media, with an engaged audience and available to represent Unlimited on their Twitter and Facebook accounts for duration of their event coverage.
People who are informed about the Social Model of Disability and barriers disabled artists/people face.
People who have a knowledge of disability arts or are keen to learn more.
You must be based within the UK to apply.

What do you get?

£250 for each piece of content you create (i.e. blog) and that we accept, plus the potential to open up an ongoing relationship for future paid blogging opportunities.
Expenses for the event/s you are covering including travel and accommodation if required.
Access requirements met if not covered by Access to Work.
How to apply
We’ve put together a very simple form for people who might be interested. Please complete this application form by 12pm EST on 21 June 2019.

If you need the information in an alternative format or have any questions, you can contact us on and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can.

Please help us share this opportunity widely – spread the word!

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london programme officer, arts emergency. d/l 24 June 2019

We are looking for an enthusiastic and adaptable person to work as part of a small team on our flagship London mentoring project. This role focuses on supporting young people from marginalised backgrounds with hand-picked mentors and further professional and academic opportunities. As London Programme Officer you will be the main contact for young people, schools and mentors in London, and responsible for recruiting, matching and supporting mentor pairs throughout their year.

It’s a very rewarding and busy post, in which you’ll meet lots of interesting people, and play a huge role in transforming young people’s life chances.

Contract: ongoing, 5 days a week
Salary: £24,000 plus pension

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events coordinator (crafts), farnham maltings. d/l 01 July 2019

We are seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and well organised candidate to play a key part in our craft team, with responsibility for coordinating and delivering the programme of festivals and events.

Salary: £28,000 p.a.

Contract: Permanent, full time contract

To work as a part of a team to develop and deliver the programme of festivals and events at Farnham Maltings.
To coordinate the craft team in the development and delivering a strategy for building audiences for all elements of the Craft programme.
To sustain and develop partnerships that further enrich the craft programme.

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development manager, the yard. d/l 21 June 2019

We are seeking a new Development Manager to lead on fundraising as we grow the profile and reach of our award-winning Theatre programme, expand our thriving Local programme, and embark on a major capital project.

You will work closely with the Executive Director, the Artistic Director and the Board, playing a key role in supporting and enabling our ambitious plans up to 2022 and beyond.

Applications must be received no later than 5pm, Monday 17th June. Interviews will take place on Friday 21st June.

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community participation producer, bedford creative arts. d/l 17 June 2019

We are looking to recruit a motivated part-time Community Participation Producer to join our team on an exciting new 2 year action-research project in Bedford.

The Community Participation Producer will be required to co-ordinate the project engagement activity within the community and support the commissioned artists and producers in the delivery of the programme of work. This two-year project, delivered in partnership with The Higgins, Bedford, will run until April 2021. The post-holder will be required to work 2 days per week as part of the project team to:

• Develop engagement and project participation with residents, community groups and stakeholders in the Queen’s Park area of Bedford
• Set up, develop and manage a series of resident working groups to develop outreach and wider participation
• Develop closer links between the local community groups, organisations and stakeholders
• Support the commissioned artists and project producers and partners to deliver high quality cultural experiences
• Support in the learning and evaluation of the project

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senior producer (maternity cover) polka theatre. d/l 14 June 2019

We are looking to appoint a Senior Producer (Maternity Cover) to work with the Artistic Director to deliver the full artistic programme of Polka productions, co-productions and tours.

The Senior Producer will play a vital role in achieving the creative transformation of our business and operating model, acting as the central point of communication for all performance activity within the company. This role is part of the Senior Management team. It is responsible for producing and enabling delivery of all aspects of Polka’s artistic programme at the theatre in Wimbledon, locally, nationally and internationally.

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creative learning producer, Stan’s Café. d/l 10 June 2019

We’re on the hunt for a Creative Learning Producer to join our team at Stan’s Cafe. This is a new role for someone to take up the exciting challenge of developing and growing our Creative Learning work, with a view to increasing the number of schools and young people we collaborate with each year.

We’re looking for someone dynamic, enterprising and friendly who loves working in schools and is committed to promoting creativity as an integral part of our education system.

Applications close on Monday 10th June at 10am and interviews will be held on Monday 17th June for shortlisted candidates.

Please submit a CV, a cover letter (no longer than 2 sides) explaining why you are suitable for the role, and the equal opportunities and data protection forms to

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CLORE Emerging Leaders, d/l 11 June 2019

Clore Emerging Leaders
3rd - 7th February 2020
Norton Park, Hampshire

Deadline for applications: Tuesday 11 June, 12pm.

Grounded in experiential learning and rich with real-life examples shared by experts from across the cultural and corporate sectors, Emerging Leaders provides professional and personal development for individuals who want to lead and make an impact within the cultural sector.

designed for individuals at an early stage in their career who aspire to lead

Emerging Leaders has been designed for individuals at an early stage in their career who aspire to lead. Typically Emerging Leaders course participants will have between 2-5 years’ experience in the cultural sector and will have had some experience of managing projects or people; are perhaps looking to take on an enhanced role and need to acquire new skills to be successful; and have undertaken some sector relevant skills development training.

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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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