The Art of Good Health and Wellbeing, final reminder for submission of abstracts – deadline 24 May 2013
The final deadline for the submission of abstracts for The Art of Good Health and Wellbeing at the College of Fine Arts, University of NSW, Sydney from 12 to 14 November 2013 is Friday 24 May.
The Tesco Charity Trust offers grants of between £4,000 and £25,000 to charities working around its stores, and in the countries it sources from. Applications in the areas of children’s education and welfare, those with disabilities and the elderly are given priority.
Dudley Kick Ash is a youth-led programme using the arts to encourage young people to be smokefree. During the week of 5 August 2013 it is intended to transform a space in Dudley town centre into a temporary installation which will be open to the public the following week.
Synergy Theatre Project is looking for a highly motivated individual to manage its education programme – funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund – involving touring productions into schools and delivering bespoke projects with young people at risk of offending facilitated by professional theatre practitioners and supported by trained ex-prisoners.
The Lord Mayor’s Dragon Awards aim to recognise and celebrate community engagement in Greater London; activities include charity partnerships, employee volunteering, employability initiatives and local purchasing.
The Cultural Strategy Manager is a key senior position in the culture department of the GLA.
Live Music Now (LMN) works with a diverse range of people that rarely, if ever, have the opportunity to experience live music - some of whom are very disadvantaged.
St. Helens Council is looking for an arts organisation with a proven track record of delivering high quality arts programmes that effectively engage with adults who may never have taken part in arts activities before.
Pioneer Projects (Celebratory Arts) Ltd is an arts and health charity which uses creative activity to promote health and wellbeing for communities and the individuals within them, tackle social exclusion and reduce health inequalities, using arts-based approaches.
QUIT Because is looking for a highly experienced enthusiastic person to co-ordinate and deliver smoking awareness programmes with young people in Luton and the South East of England. The post-holder will have experience of coordinating and developing complex innovative programmes for young people, as well as experience of working with young people in groups and one-to-one.
London Bubble is seeking to employ a Development Manager to build and diversify support for its growing work in the community.
The Archive of Failure is a new project aimed at generating an online visual archive of images relating to the concept of failure. These images will later go on to form a publication, which will then be distributed to art institutions across the UK.
The Global Alliance for Arts & Health (formerly Society for the Arts in Healthcare), a non-profit 501(c)3 organization located in Washington, DC, seeks an Executive Director to work in partnership with an actively engaged board and professional staff members to provide innovative leadership, vision, and direction for a rapidly growing international organisation.
Applications are now open for venues wishing to host the Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award, Artist in Residence programme in 2014.
Business & Data Manager SE Northumberland Creative People&Places, Woodhorn Charitable Trust – deadline 3 June 2013
This project has been awarded over £2.4milllion from Arts Council England towards an ambitious plan which aims to make a sustainable change to the way that people in South East Northumberland experience and create great art.