Get creative: arts for all is a national project which aims to increase homeless people’s participation in arts and cultural activities in England, as a sustainable route out of homelessness.
Interns required to assist with the organisation of Green Chain Captured 2012 photography project and for Arts Programme development with older patients. Full details attached.
Aintree University Hospital is calling for artists to submit ideas for a series of exhibitions taking place next year. The hospital is running five exhibitions throughout the year, each with a different theme. The themes open for submissions in 2012 are Urban and Rural Landscapes (April-June) Deadline Friday 2 March 2012
Tender is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated volunteer to support the development and delivery of its education projects and drama based workshops with young people in schools, youth centres and pupil referral units. Its projects use drama and the arts to empower young people – and the adults that work with them – to prevent domestic and sexual violence.
The London Organising Committee of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games has announced its plans for the London 2012 Festival, the finale of the Cultural Olympiad. Big Dance is delighted to be one of the highlights that will feature as part of the 12-week cultural festival that celebrates the work of some of the leading artists in the UK and across the world.
The BBC are looking for partners that are charities or not-for-profit organisations or societies that run free or cost-recovery activities in the UK to upload to its website www.bbc.co.uk/thingstodo. The activities should involve learning and participation, and available to all members of the public.
Capital Age Festival is London’s leading festival for arts and older people. The organisation wants to raise the profile of, and signpost to, the diversity of creative opportunities across London for the over 60's.
The What if… Gallery in Dartford has been granted an award to deliver six children’s Art Workshops/sessions. The detail of the project will be subject to mutual artist / organiser approval. Project aims: Art can be therapeutic; aid self-expression, and can provide a much needed hobby or quiet time for the young, away from computer games.
Harrow Arts Centre is a dedicated arts venue in the London Borough of Harrow and is committed to providing the journey of a lifetime enjoying the arts, for people from every background. This community facility aims to enhance the quality of life in the borough by enabling access to and participation in the arts for everyone.
Crisis – the national charity for single homeless people is looking for performers and workshop leaders to entertain / work with its guests this Christmas. Between 24 and 29 December Crisis at Christmas open 9 temporary centres across London providing company, food and essential services to those who need it most.
Broadacres Housing Association provides a comprehensive range of services to over 5,000 homes in North Yorkshire. The organisation strives to involve as many of its customers as possible in Broadacres activities and seeks to achieve this using a wide variety of arts mediums, including music, drama and digital media.
Streetwise Opera is a charity that uses music as a tool to help 500 homeless people per year move forward in their lives.
GoldDust aims to be a leading provider of innovative, high-quality creative programmes –working with schools, prisons and other sectors. Creative Business Manager £30,000 (pro rata) Part time; 2-3 days per week Contract: 12 months initially This is a freelance position
Patient dignity is a central theme of the New South Glasgow Hospitals. The selected artist, designer or team undertaking this project will develop a vital element of the Working Well, People and Spaces Therapeutic Design and Art Strategy for the New South Glasgow Hospitals.
High Peak Arts is looking for new project ideas for Project eARTh, an environmental arts and health project in the High Peak, Derbyshire. The organisation works with adults experiencing mental distress. Since April 2010 it has run two groups , New Mills on Thursdays, and Buxton on Mondays, funded by the BIG Lottery.