Are you interested in making dance work for and with an early years audience? Are you keen to work directly with children to formulate and test your ideas? If so, Little Big Dance partners want to hear from you. Applications…
Creative Youth Network are looking for performers aged 16 – 25 for their production of The Edge, which is taking place at Colston Hall this November.
Are you an artist who identifies as BAME / PoC, D/deaf and / or disabled? Interested in making work for children and young people? Join us to find out more about opportunities with Vital Spark and Travelling Light Theatre Company.
Are you 16-25? Looking to fulfill your creative potential, and make your mark within the industry? Applications to PAPER CIC’s free 10 month course, The Mentoring Club are now open. Deadline 5pm Monday 8th April
Theatre Bristol is looking for an experienced, ambitious artist to take on and shape the new role of Creative Director.
Theatre Bristol is looking for at least three artists to join its pool of Artist Support Associates. They will each share their invaluable perspective and know-how, whilst continuing to develop their own work.
We are looking for an artist with a proven record of accomplishment of delivering high quality art sessions for vulnerable and disengaged young people.
Restless Research and Development Lab 12 & 13 Sept 2018. Call out for 3 dance artists with lived experience of childhood abuse and/or domestic violence.
Bristol based artist to research develop an idea and approach for a community engagement art project.
Artspace Lifespace and Bristol City Council’s Arts & Events team are offering a residency to an early career artist to develop new work to exhibit at The Vestibules during the Global Parliament of Mayors Annual Summit in October 2018 at…
We’re super excited to announce our new round of IGNiTE artist residencies. Our residencies are an opportunity for artists and / or companies with strong links to Bristol (and its communities) to develop and share work. Alongside use of our…
Risks, Rights and Reputations is a half day course aimed at ensuring arts and cultural organisations have the tools and confidence to handle difficult subjects and sensitive stories to deliver the best possible work.
Poet and artists-in-residence opportunities for the University of Bristol’s planned Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus