Free webinar with Creative Youth: Celebrating identity, heritage and the arts
Join Creative Youth in a free webinar celebrating identity, heritage and the arts. We'll explore how the arts and heritage can go hand in hand, how we can explore our cultural identities and the benefits of integrating the two worlds. The panel will be highlighting some of their creative projects and other organisations which incorporate these themes in their work.
When: Monday 22 February, 7pm
Where: On Zoom
Featuring panellists: Vincente Canas, Graeme Baker, Robin Moran, Ruth Odewale, Kathryn Woodvine and Molly Freeman
This webinar is part of a free monthly series by Creative Youth, called So You Wanna Work in the Arts, discussing key arts industry topics.
Supported by Arts Council England
Culture Restart: Latest Findings & Digital Culture webinar – 23 February, 2pm
The Insights Alliance (Baker Richards, Indigo Ltd and One Further) present the latest findings from our Culture Restart Toolkit and take a deeper look into what the most recent results are telling us about appetite for digital culture.
Culture Restart is a national tracker of cultural audiences and visitors during Covid-19. Since October 2020, the three surveys in the Toolkit have helped cultural organisations to collect vital data needed to plan a safe and financially viable reopening. It also covers the appeal of digital content and willingness to pay for it, both before and after re-opening.
By keeping audiences and visitors engaged and involved, cultural organisations can do more of the things which build confidence and positive sentiment for the future, and respond to causes of negative sentiment.
Programme & Producing Manager, Yvonne Arnaud – d/l 26 February
This is an exciting opportunity for a creative programmer, producer or theatre administrator, who welcomes new challenges and who operates with integrity and openness, to be part of the Yvonne Arnaud team.
We are seeking a creative, experienced individual with excellent financial and written skills and a good knowledge of a range of programming to join our organisation during a period of renewal.
Head of Creative Learning, Yvonne Arnaud – d/l 26 February
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced arts development or arts participation practitioner to join us as the Head of Creative Learning and be part of the team transforming the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre.
The post holder will work in partnership with schools, groups and community agencies to deliver high quality, relevant, inclusive and accessible opportunities for learning and participation, connecting communities with the theatre and enabling them to gain from the positive benefits this can bring.
We are in search of a professional with a proven track record of leading and delivering participatory theatre projects, excellent project management skills, confident to build relationships with people from all backgrounds and creating inclusive projects and programmes which bring our spaces to life and engage and inspire diverse audiences.
artist commissions, Harrow Arts Centre, d/l 25 February 2021
Harrow Arts Centre is thrilled to be offering a third round of commissions for artists, arts companies and creatives of all disciplines to create new pieces of work for our #HACFromHome summer 2021 programme.
So far, #HACFromHome has delivered creative workshops of all kinds, digital concerts for care homes, outdoor theatre, audio storytelling guides and interactive online theatre experiences, engaging more than 1,000 people.
We want to continue to inspire our diverse audiences and communities while our usual programme of live events is suspended. We are interested in hearing from musicians, theatre-makers, outdoor arts specialists, visual artists, workshop leaders and facilitators.
Depending on the nature of the work and the scale of the proposal, a commission fee of up to £1,200 for new work / adapted performances and £400 for participatory workshop activities by companies is available.
Apply by short written proposal. More details via the link below:
senior development officer, Worthing Theatres and Museums, d/l 28 Feb 2021
Part-time temporary role (May to December 2021)
The post will contribute to the organisation’s overall success by supporting the delivery of the fundraising targets by helping to secure income from Trusts & Foundations, individual giving and the corporate sector. Strategically supporting and seeking out external funding to provide long term and sustainable philanthropic giving to underpin the ambitions of the organisation.
development officer, Clean Break, d/l midday, Mon 8 March 2021
We’re looking for a friendly and diligent candidate, who really understands the unique importance of Clean Break’s work and has a passion and drive to share this with our current and prospective supporters. You’ll have an eye for detail, enjoy working as part of a close-knit team, and be confident about making a case for support; this means telling people about what we do, why it’s important, and clearly demonstrating the life-changing impact of our work. You’ll have great communication skills both written and verbal, combining your desk-based work with meetings and events that help to bring Clean Break’s work to life.
You’ll work most closely with our Development Manager (your line manager) as the majority of your work will be based around our relationships with Trusts and Foundations. Working together, this will include writing and submitting funding applications, looking after relationships with new and prospective funders, and writing progress updates and reports. You don’t need experience in fundraising, or in an arts organisation, to do this; you might equally use the application to show you have the transferable skills to fulfil this role. This might include demonstrating things like; a love for talking to people about work that you’re passionate about; an enjoyment of writing persuasively in a variety of forms and styles; great organisational skills that help you to keep on top of research and systems.
cultural recovery fund (april-june 2021): full guidance
This investment is to support cultural organisations as they transition back to a viable and sustainable operating model during April-June 2021.
Grant range: Between £25,000 and £3,000,000
The grant is designed to cover the 3-month period from April - June 2021
Application Open Date: 12pm (midday), Wednesday 6 January 2021
Application Deadline: 12pm (midday), Tuesday 26 January 2021
funding: fleabag support fund, open 1st-5th each month
The Fleabag Support Fund is open now and will close on the 5th October. The Fund will open again on the 1st of the month for 5 days for the foreseeable future.
The objective of this fund is to provide a SMALL CRISIS GRANT.
This fund will reflect and recognise that people have an immediate need.
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.