Added to Creative Stoke, 14th September 2010Posted: September 14, 2010
The West Bromwich-based Longhouse/Multistory is currently looking for applications from artists to undertake five research bursaries from October 2010 until March 2011. Artists will pro-actively discover new contexts for their work, via the exploration of different approaches to socially-engaged practice in the public realm. The umbrella theme is “Connections”. Each of selected artist will receive support from Lead Artist/Mentor, Scott Farlow. The fee for the bursary is £2,000. Application deadline: 17th September 2010. Full details at the website.
Job: Surtal Asian Arts require an Assistant Arts Administrator in Derby, for a six-month contract (25 hours per week from Monday to Friday, with one evening). The post pays minimum wage and is open to 18-24 year-olds who are on Job Seekers Allowance and eligible for the Future Job Fund scheme. To apply please contact your adviser at Job Centre Plus, quoting this vacancy.
Matthew Rice has a forthcoming book, due for publication at the start of October 2010. The Lost City of Stoke-on-Trent is described as “a fanfare for one of the great cities of the world’s first industrial revolution”, and is based around Rice’s architectural watercolours. The foreword is by Emma Bridgewater.