Tagged with commissioning

Opportunity: Creative Commissioning lead, Torbay Culture

Torbay is a growing centre for creative commissioning. Artists and cultural organisations are increasing the health and wellbeing of residents by bringing their creative skills into other sectors, collaborating with organisations such as the NHS Foundation Trust to help them achieve their own aims. Having recently completed a series of ‘test and learn’ projects in … Continue reading

Resource: Social Value Toolkit

The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group (VODG) has created a Social Value Toolkit to promote increased cooperation between social care commissioners and providers. It has been created to respond to the limited  resources available to support commissioners in the social care field to implement the Social Value Act. The toolkit aims to support organisations to develop their … Continue reading

Resource: Arts Commissioning Toolkit

The very practical Arts Commissioning Toolkit is produced by Royal Opera House Bridge, Artswork and Kent County Council (KCC) and will help you understand and engage with commissioning. Being commissioned provides an opportunity for the arts and cultural sector to deliver contracts for a whole range of public services. Commissioning is about identifying people’s needs and deciding how best … Continue reading

Training: Cultural Commissioning Learning Programme

The cultural commissioning learning programme is designed to help middle and senior managers in arts, museums, libraries: engage in public service commissioning win contracts deliver great outcomes. These events are part of the Cultural Commissioning Programme, a three year Arts Council England funded programme which runs to June 2016. We will be delivering a range of … Continue reading

Opportunity: Conversing with the Commissioners

‘Conversing with the Commissioners’ Wiltshire Council would like to invite expressions of interest from Wiltshire based artists and arts organisations who are experienced in delivering arts and health projects. Artists are invited to submit a CV and a letter outlining how they would approach the commission. The commission will enable conversations between practising artists and … Continue reading

Funding

Funding

Joining the Dots is inviting applications which will provide artists, promoters and others working in independent music in England with ‘seed corn’ funding of up to £10,000 to test alternative models they think could help make live music more viable focusing on 3 specific areas: o Financing touring, commissioning and presenting live music o Using … Continue reading