Salary range: £30,450 – £34,550 p.a. inc. depending on experience/performance Contract 5 days a week
(12 months fixed term)
Open 363 days a year, the Barbican, Europe’s leading Arts and Conference Centre, presents an unparalleled variety of performing and visual arts of world class calibre, as well as hosting extensive commercial activity.
The Barbican Centre is seeking a full time Media Relations Manager to promote Barbican’s music events working mainly, but not… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 22, 2010 at 10:05 —
Fixed Term Contract - One Year Maternity Cover
Region Central London
Art on the Underground provides a world-class programme of contemporary art that enriches the Tube environment and our customers’ journey experience; and continues the long-standing tradition that excellent art and design is at the core of London Underground's identity and services.
This is an opportunity for a dynamic curator to join the team to devise… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 22, 2010 at 10:03 —
Professional artists who explore the use of colour as a theme for their practice are invited to submit proposals to take part in an exhibition at the Beldam Gallery, Brunel University West London, from January to March 2011. Approaches to this theme may include investigations into pigment and the chemical makeup of a colour, a fascination with a particular colour/ range of colours, or other colour inspired explorations. Artists with an interest in science and practitioners whose work cross the… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 19, 2010 at 10:38 —
NASN is looking for proposals from artists and/or scientists to run a workshop or seminar to take place in Leeds, March 2011 as part of an arts and science conference. We are looking for proposals with a participatory level that will reflect upon the main conference’s theme. The length of the workshop must be one hour and a half hours for a group of up to thirty four people. We will offer a fee £150 (plus expenses).
To be considered please send us a short proposal (no more than 300… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 19, 2010 at 9:13 —
New Work Yorkshire is currently recruiting new members and we're warmly inviting New Work* practitioners, to join the network.
. New Work Yorkshire is a collective of practitioners working in New Work, based in Yorkshire.
. Its goal is to ensure a vibrant and diverse New Work sector in the region
. Its members are proactive, engaged and mutually supportive: they participate, share, organise and communicate with each other in order to develop practice
. NWY currently… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 19, 2010 at 9:00 —
N.B. This call has been extended due to popular demand! We thank those who have submitted works already. Deadline: 29 October 2010
SoundFjord, London's only sound art devoted gallery and research unit is currently programming films/AV work for a 'sound season' screening.The works will be screened at a renowned arthouse cinema in London, Nov/Dec 2010.
If you'd like to be part of this season of sound-related films and AV works this winter...
PLEASE SEND US LINKS… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 17, 2010 at 10:18 —
We are looking for a professional digital artist/practitioner, skilled in working in community settings, to work with a writer in residence and create digital product for and about the Our Corby project.
A fee of £10,000 is available, plus two further commissions at £5,000 and £1,500.
Our Corby is an exciting project that will use an extensive collection of archive photographs to create new artistic work. The project will culminate in a town-wide festival of performances,… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 17, 2010 at 10:16 —
University of Plymouth - Faculty of Arts - School of Art & Media
Salary £30747 to £43840 pa, pro rata - Grade 7/8
The University of Plymouth is consistently recognised as one of the top three new universities in the UK and the Faculty of Arts, one of its most successful faculties. The School of Art & Media, situated in the Faculty of Arts, has received significant investment in the last four years enabling it to enhance its reputation for premium,… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 17, 2010 at 10:14 —
Applications are invited for a new national residency scheme for emerging/mid career artists from across the UK - who are based outside of Greater London.
Standpoint Futures offers artists 4-6 weeks working at Standpoint in East London.
Alongside studio practice the residency offers a tailored programme of professional and practice development opportunities including studio visits from leading artists, curators and writers; gallery visits; peer network opportunities; a… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 17, 2010 at 10:00 —
19 October: Ros Warby
Addressing the notion of ‘where to begin?’ Can we let the practice of performance inform the direction the work takes and not limit the development process to our preconceived ideas about what we think might be a creative or resonant outcome. Without reducing or eliminating content can we notice thematic content, concepts, ideas, material, manifest from the practice of dance. What then? How do we manage our innate urge to manipulate, create, interfere and direct… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:29 —
Have you seen cultural leadership courses and thought to yourself, 'But I don't want to run an arts organisation, I want to lead through my practice'? If so, The Independents & Wayfarer, a leadership development programme for artists and practitioners, could be for you.
Delivered by BAC, an independent performance venue, and People Create, a personal development and creative learning-design company, this programme recognises that artists and practitioners are leaders through… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:26 —
XXXX MAGAZINE is a multimedia publication showcasing original productions of fashion films, video art and documentary shorts.
We are currently preparing our 3rd issue, the VOYEUR issue. Productions for the 3rd Issue will be premiering at a video installation at ART BASEL Miami, in December 2010, in collaboration with the Louvre Museum (AFL), Quintessentially Art and curator Anne Huntington from Philips de Pury.
Original productions for the magazine are prioritized, although we will… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:26 —
Following last years successful event Laura and Lauren are hosting their second Arty Christmas Party at Dirty Dicks in Liverpool Street on Sat 11 Dec and are looking for artists, comedians and musicians to take part.
The nights are eclectic, featuring live music, performance and comedy but we'd love to fill the space with art and performance to make this night the most diverse Arty Party to date.
We welcome proposals in all media including:
-film, video and… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:24 —
This is a chance to work closely with internationally renowned artist and photographer Manuel Vason on a mass photographic/performance work, commissioned by Inbetween Time Productions and Bristol City Council
Still Image Moving will move to four different street sites in Bristol over a 12 day period in December as part of Inbetween Time Festival of Live Art and Intrigue. During the project members of the public will be invited to create a performance to be recorded into an image,… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:23 —
Scratch Interact is a regular evening dedicated to exploring and developing interactive theatre. The next night is on December 13th. Produced and programmed by Glue, it gives companies and artists the opportunity to try out new ideas, and audiences the chance to see and influence the development of new work.
For the next night we're taking over the top floor of Soho Theatre and we'd love you to be a part of it.
We're looking for pieces at an early stage of development that… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:22 —
platform00000010 is the eigth annual live art platform event organised by platform north east to encourage the making, presentation and exchange of innovative live art practice within the north east region of England. The event aims to support emerging live art practice as well as to provide an opportunity for work that challenges contemporary categories of art and we are seeking to select 10-12 proposals that best represent these aims.
Artists who live or work in the Arts Council… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:22 —
We are pleased to announce that the second round of TippingPoint commissions is now launched.
With a focus on the performing arts, artists are invited to submit projects that stimulate audiences towards the radical and imaginative thinking necessary to comprehend and successfully navigate a world shaped by climate change. The TippingPoint Commissions were launched through a generous award from Major Road.
We are able to offer up to 7 awards this year and are especially… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:21 —
We are looking for three artists who would like to gain experience of working both site specifically and in the public realm. The selected artists will become part of a project called Open For Business which will run from 8th November 2010 to 23rd December 2010 and receive one to one mentoring from the lead artists: Elena Cassidy-Smith, Harmeet Chagger-Khan and Helen Grundy. The selected artists will receive a fee for the project of £350.
Open For Business is a project that has been… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:20 —
There is nowhere quite like Cambridge Arts Theatre, a thriving venue in the heart of historic Cambridge, run by a team with a clear vision of what it takes to sustain and grow a major artistic institution.
We are looking to recruit graduates who are serious about starting a career in Theatre. Key to success will be a willingness to pitch in and help wherever needed. The workload in the Theatre can vary wildly, so you might find yourself working in the Box Office, researching costumes… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:19 —
"A seminar to explore and provoke new relationships between art and mental health"
Monday 25 October 2010 / 6pm - 9pm / C4CC, 16 Acton Street, WC1X 9NG / £10 – Refreshments included /
To book: http://www.insideoutfestival.org.uk/2010/details/art-vs-rehab.html
Latest contributors: Illustrator Jo Buchan will be visualising the seminar in real-time through drawing. Writer Paddy Gormley, who… Continue
Added by Joanne Lee on October 16, 2010 at 9:18 —