Growth and Funding Opportunities for Creative Businesses 4 June 2014,
High House Production Park, Purfleet. Get together with people who can give you great advice and tell you about funding opportunities. These sessions are designed to support micro creative businesses. For more information see here http://www.roh.org.uk/about/culture-change
The Association for Suffolk Museums (AfSM) and its partners are keen to find a suitably experienced and skilled freelance project officer and artist to work with them between July 2014 and Jan 2016 to deliver the project ‘Objects in Mind’. Find out more hereObjects in Mind
Suffolk Artlink is delighted to invite you to a half-day event, to explore the relationship between community musicians and the Music Education Hub. 25th June at The Cut in Halesworth – full detail here How joined up are we
Making Steps Application UpdatedMaking Steps call out updated
Smiths Row has developed a series of training events for visual artists to support professional development. See attached for more details.
2014-01-06 January 2014 See latest funding update here
Cultural Intelligence is looking for a creative collaborator to work on its Troubled Families programme. You will be an illustrator, graphic artist or similar who is able to quickly represent abstract ideas in an engaging way using freehand drawing skills during the course of a group workshop. You will also be able to develop ideas for creative group work at the workshop planning stage.
You will be working with us on a sessional basis in co-creation workshops in Suffolk with a mix of vulnerable adults and practitioners in the social sector. The Troubled Families programme lasts until March 2015 but we have an expanding portfolio and are seeking a creative collaborator who can grow with us. You will ideally have experience of working with groups of vulnerable adults but this is not a requirement. You will be required to provide a DBS/CRB disclosure.
If you are interested please get in touch as soon as possible (and definitely before the end of August) with Eric Orme using the contact form on our website http://www.culturalintelligence.org.uk
Artquest, a-n, Axisweb and DACS are developing a new artist-led, philanthropic fund that will disperse small amounts of money to artists across the country, in a way that fulfils artistic need rather than government policy.
They are looking for a dynamic individual, with significant experience of fundraising, financial management, communications and advocacy, to develop this initiative.
This is an exciting opportunity to play a key role in shaping this unique project.
For more information see:
Development Manager Artists Fund