Posted in December 2015

Resource: Family Arts Standards

Resource: Family Arts Standards

Do you run family friendly activities? Demonstrate your commitment to best-practice and attract new audiences and participants by signing up to the Family Arts Standards. The Family Arts Standards have been developed by the Family Arts Campaign and Family and Childcare Trust. They are designed to provide arts organisations with clear guidance on welcoming families and to … Continue reading

Resource: Cultural Commissioning Programme update

Resource: Cultural Commissioning Programme update

The Cultural Commissioning Programme works with the arts and cultural sector, commissioners and policy makers to strengthen commissioning of arts and culture, to deliver better outcomes for people and communities. They have updated their website with a range of new resources for arts and cultural organisations and public service commissioners to help with: Understanding the … Continue reading

Job: Course Tutor Art and Design, Swindon College

Our Outstanding College is seeking to recruit an experienced course tutor to provide effective course leadership and ensure that the standards of teaching and learning within the department are the highest in the sector. The post holder will be required to co-ordinate a highly effective teaching learning and assessment experience across allocated courses to ensure … Continue reading

Job: Shambala Festival Manager, Kambe Events

Kambe Events has an opportunity for a highly motivated and exceptionally well organised person to join our Bristol office as Shambala Festival Manager. Shambala is an independent, annual, green field camping festival with a capacity of 15,000. With strong ethics and a focus on creativity and sustainability, the festival has been running for 15 years and … Continue reading

Funding: The Cherubim Music Trust

Founded in 2001 with the support of the Gosling Foundation, Cherubim offers professional-calibre instrument loans for up to five years to young musicians at a stage in their career when little other help is available. Please note that the Trust does not give monetary loans or grants or offer electronic instruments. More details including a full … Continue reading

Funding: The Benslow Instrument Loan Scheme

The Benslow Instrument Loan Scheme helps young music students aged 7 to 25 who are unable to fund an instrument of their own loan one suitable for their playing abilities. Students come from all types of educational establishments: specialist, non-specialist, state and private schools, universities and music colleges throughout the UK. You can apply if  … Continue reading

Opportunity: Jerwood Open Forest

Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Forestry Commission England announce the second edition of Jerwood Open Forest, an exceptional opportunity for visual artists to propose ideas for a major new £30,000 commission to be realised anywhere within England’s Public Forest Estate, supported by Arts Council England. Proposals can be for work in any discipline or medium, temporary … Continue reading