Tagged with Arts and Heritage

Opportunity: Public Art Commission, Cirencester

Project Blackjack aims to replace the statues in the two niches on the north-west and south-west of the tower of the Church of St John Baptist in the centre of Cirencester. The project, led by a team appointed by the Parochial Church Council (PCC), is encouraging applications by artists to carry out the work. The Cirencester … Continue reading

Opportunity: Actors for Moby Dick on Brunel’s SS Great Britain in Bristol, Darkstuff Productions

Co-presented with Tobacco Factory Theatres, Darkstuff Productions bring their critically acclaimed re-imagining of Melville’s masterpiece to Brunel’s SS Great Britain for an immersive journey in pursuit of the legendary white whale. We are looking for a range of male and female actors who are comfortable with singing, physical performance and happy to work on a … Continue reading

Opportunity: Volunteer positions at Stonehenge

Stonehenge has a number of volunteer opportunities. Follow the links for further details: Stonehenge Education Volunteer: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/support-us/volunteer/stonehenge-education-volunteer/ Stonehenge Exhibition Volunteer: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/support-us/volunteer/stonehenge-exhibition-volunteer/ Stonehenge Neolithic Houses Volunteer: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/support-us/volunteer/stonehenge-neolithic-houses-volunteer/ Stonehenge Visitor Volunteer: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/support-us/volunteer/stonehenge-visitor-volunteer/  

Guest blog: A Celebration of Art in Wiltshire – Project Officer, Joy Bloomfield reflects on how Creative Wiltshire and ARTeology have collected and inspired our creative talent

Guest blog: A Celebration of Art in Wiltshire – Project Officer, Joy Bloomfield reflects on how Creative Wiltshire and ARTeology have collected and inspired our creative talent

Museum and archive collections are, in their very nature, eclectic. They often have roots in one person’s fascination with the past and they develop and grow much like a tree putting out roots. They are often dependent on donations, and collecting policies within museums are developed to provide some structure to this form of collecting, … Continue reading

Job: Marketing and Communications Manager, a space arts, Southampton

An experienced and skilled marketing and communications professional is required to develop and deliver effective marketing and communications strategy’s for a new arts and heritage destination venue, God’s House Tower (GHT), due to open in summer 2019. More details on a space arts website: http://aspacearts.org.uk/news/vacancy-marketing-and-communications-manager Deadline: 9.00am Friday 30th November 2018

Guest blog: Joy Bloomfield talks about ARTeology – contemporary artists response to the Creative Wiltshire collections in museums and archives

Guest blog: Joy Bloomfield talks about ARTeology – contemporary artists response to the Creative Wiltshire collections in museums and archives

What is ARTeology? ARTeology is a project in which artists have responded to the Creative Wiltshire Collection, which has been expanded due to Heritage Lottery Funding, awarded as part of their Collecting Cultures programme. The allocation of a grant to Wiltshire and Swindon after a successful bid in 2013 has meant that accredited collections within … Continue reading

Resource: Matched Crowdfunding six months on – The longer term impacts

NESTA published Matching the Crowd in October 2017 examining the impacts of matched crowdfunding. That study revealed several immediate benefits of crowdfunding for the projects themselves, including bringing in new donors to the projects, helping them to develop their pitching and fundraising skills and a range of other non-financial benefits such as brokering additional connections and … Continue reading