Tagged with Arts

Job: Chief Executive, Anvil Arts, Hampshire

Anvil Arts is the largest performing arts organisation in Hampshire running The Anvil, The Haymarket and The Forge. Its imaginative and wide-ranging programme includes a major international classical concert series, comedy and multi-genre entertainment, community concerts and productions, music theatre world premieres and traditional drama. The Anvil Trust is passionate about providing opportunities for those … Continue reading

Opportunity: Pound Arts 10th Annual Open

Pound Arts invites artists from Corsham and the South West region to submit sculpture, painting, photography, drawing, print, digital, textiles, ceramics and glass to the 10th Pound Arts Open Exhibition. A number of prizes are given within the Open by a judging panel of arts professionals including The Pound People’s Prize, The Corsham Print Prize … Continue reading

Training: The National Arts Fundraising School

Finding funding is tough and is becoming more challenging. The National Arts Fundraising School takes individuals and their organisations to previously undreamt levels of fundraising in just 6 intensive, focused days. The next School is running 15-20 April 2018

Funding: Finnis Scott Foundation Grants

Funding: Finnis Scott Foundation Grants

Grants are available of between £500 and £10,000 to UK charities and individuals in the areas of horticulture and plant sciences, as well as fine art and art history. Previous organisations who have received funding include Bristol Museums Development Trust and Milton Keynes Gallery. Funding can be used for both capital and revenue projects. In … Continue reading

Opportunity: Collectives Fair 2018

The Collectives Fair 2018 is now open for applications Part of the hugely successful Select Festival, The Collectives Fair returns for 2018 and is now open for applications. The Collectives Fair brings a curated range of handmade contemporary craft, desirable textiles and baskets lovingly sourced to the public The Select Festival, brought to you by … Continue reading