Added to Creative Stoke, 22nd March 2010Posted: March 22, 2010
People Dancing: West Midlands has £100,000 of financial assistance available to not-for-profit organisations running projects that get more people to take up dance in the West Midlands. Application deadline: 9th April 2010.
AirSpace Gallery, located adjacent to the city museum in Stoke-on-Trent, is inviting proposals from artists interested in a £1,500 residential commission. The successful artist will work with an empty shop space in the city-centre, as part of the Conjunction arts festival in summer 2010, to produce new work. This new work will explore…
“the organisational structures and strategies, both within the Conjunction Biennial and the regional regeneration environment.”
Full details and brief from: firstname.lastname@example.org
This coming weekend AirSpace will host a free Saturday lunchtime panel-discussion. On 27th March 2010 (1pm), David Schischka Thomas (Senior Curator at the New Art Exchange, Nottingham) will talk with Chinmoyi Patel and Kashif Nadim Chaudry.
The Birmingham-based Rhubarb-Rhubarb is offering new ‘Hungry’ Bursary Awards to photographers in the West Midlands. Applicants should already be making work which explores…
“where documentary, commercial and fine art practices merge or cross over”
There is a £20 submission fee. For full details please see the PDF brief.
Job: Staffordshire County Council Arts & Museum Service (SAMS) requires someone to undertake a research project as part of moves toward creating a new Staffordshire Youth Arts Network. Research will include: i) conducting an audit of existing Staffordshire youth arts activity and organisations; ii) looking at existing models of youth arts networks in other areas to identify best practice and identify additional development needs; iii) consultation, leading to the development of a model for a Staffordshire Youth Arts Network, including recommendations about its practical operation, management and sustainability. The inclusive fee will be £6,000. Application deadline: 12th April 2010. Full brief can be found here.
Job: The National Trust in the East Midlands requires a part-time Contemporary Art Development Officer (job ref: NT10/04973). You’ll be an arts professional who can build and engage new audiences through contemporary visual art, and will work for 22.5 hours per week from Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire. Application deadline: 26th March 2010
Job: The Lichfield-based National Dance Teachers Association requires a Director. The job entails working three days each week. Application deadline: 31st March 2010.
Job: The Poetry School is seeking to appoint a Regional Programme Co-ordinator for Manchester and the North-West. Application deadline: 22nd March 2010.
Derby, easily-accessible on the train from Stoke-on-Trent, has announced a Professional Practice Summer School for photographers, as part of the 2010 Format International Photography Festival. Led by photographer Simon Norfolk, The Format Summer School will take place on 14th – 18th June (inclusive), offering an intensive five-day research-oriented workshop that seeks to support personal photographic growth. Just eight places are available, for serious participants only. The deadline for applications is 26th April 2010.
Cheshire East Borough Council requires a contracting partner for the provision of a new creative services partner agency. Application deadline: 26th March 2010.