Gloucester Culture Trust’s (GCT) ambition is to make Gloucester a thriving, creative city full of cultural activity and things to do, for the benefit of all our diverse communities. Can you help us?
Arts and Culture, University of Exeter, is seeking a freelance creative producer to successfully project manage one Arts Commission and three Creative Fellowships over the academic year 2019-20.
Combining poignant spoken word poetry with hip hop dance, Father Figurine explores the fractured relationship between a father and his son and their inability to healthily deal with a traumatic event.
Bristol Open Doors are on the lookout for volunteers this September!
Tribe of Doris is a social enterprise promoting cross-cultural cohesion and education through creativity, dance, song and ceremony. Based in Bristol, Tribe of Doris connects local, national, and international creative practitioners to new audiences and communities. Tribe of Doris works…
Bristol-based Tribe of Doris Festival 2019 offers over 200 workshops including dance, drumming and song with world-class arts practitioners at Stanford Hall, Lutterworth, Leicestershire (coaches available from Bristol)
An open invitation to all working in Bristol’s arts and culture sector to come and celebrate with some summer drinks!
Golden Tree is inviting tenders for a Freelance Project Development Manager for a six-month period starting asap. They will oversee the ‘Kerdroya’ project responsible for will ongoing and new funding applications, negotiating contracts, progress reports, risk register, relationships management.
Work with Voluntary Arts to develop networks across the South West supporting creative participation (part-time)
The Architecture Centre is seeking a Centre Administrator to join our small and passionate team. The Administrator will provide key support to the organisation and help to deliver a year-round programme of cultural activity. A varied and diverse role, we…
The Digital Cultures Research Centre (DCRC) at UWE Bristol and Bristol Festivals are looking to commission an energetic, experienced and collaborative investigator to deliver a specific package of work for a new project: Understanding Bristol’s Festivals Network
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.
Gloucester Culture Trust are seeking a freelance Producer to lead the strategic development of Gloucester’s Festivals & Events. This is an exciting opportunity to join the expanding team delivering Gloucester’s Great Place project.
Of benefit to individuals and organisations looking to update their understanding of child protection legislation and best practice, this course provides a full update on current child protection legislation, including the Disclosure and Barring service, the Duty to Refer and…
The Originators fund is designed to offer £500 – £5000 of funding to individuals, un-constituted groups or organisations who plan to deliver arts, culture and creativity led projects that take place in Bristo…