Added to Creative Stoke, 18th September 2010Posted: September 18, 2010
Job: Bright Space, Birmingham’s early years arts organisation, is seeking a Creative Careers Festival Assistant (part-time, 4 month bursary). You’ll assist in the development of the Creative Careers Festival event, taking place on 28th and 29th January 2011, and the job would suit an individual looking for their first step in the arts and event management sector.
The Coppice School, located in Newcastle-under-Lyme, require a Creative Practitioner. You’ll work with “7JY”, a lively group of 11, 12, and 13 year olds students who wish to work with a dynamic, innovative creative practitioner or company. Application deadline: 10th October 2010. Planning starts in November 2010, and project activity will happen between January and March 2011. There is £3,500 available to support the work to include practitioner fees, travel and any resources. For a full brief and details of how to apply, please visit the PiCL website.
The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants is running an event in North Staffordshire: An Introduction to Private Equity…
“How much do you know about private equity, an important asset class investing around £8bn a year into over 1,600 privately owned UK companies? Whether your business is seeking to expand, raise finance or make acquisitions (or be acquired), an understanding of private equity should be considered essential.”
This free event will be at the Moat House Hotel at Stoke-on-Trent (Festival Park) on 21st September 2010, from 6.30pm. The speaker is Paul Harper, investment director at Barclays Private Equity in the Midlands.
The Buxton-based Association of Festival Organisers are holding their 2010 conference at the Eastwood Hall Conference Centre, Nottingham, on 19th-21st November 2010.