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NEW ART Birmingham 2007 Call for visual artists

January 2, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

NEW ART Birmingham will take place over four days, 15-18 March 2007. It has at its focus an art market. The market place is open to painters, sculptors, printmakers, photographers and digital media artists based in the UK. Participation in NAB Art Market is by open submission and a selection panel process.

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Call for artists to submit work for “SPACE” @ Moogie Wonderland

December 22, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Information on submitting work for the third Moogie Wonderland exhibition, ‘SPACE’:

  • Date of exhibition: Saturday 13th January 2007, 9pm – 2am
  • Submission deadline: 11th January 2007

Theme and brief: ‘SPACE’

Astronauts, satellites and telescopes attempt to see as far as possible into space, but they are limited to the boundaries of current technology. SPACE is an exhibition that will aim to explore beyond these limitations and delve into our perceptions of space and the great unknown. SPACE also aims to look at the development of space travel and the possibilities that the future may hold. Moogie Wonderland would like to invite artists to submit work for this one night exhibition at Moogie Wonderland. We are only interested in work of a conceptual nature. As the work is being shown during a club night, we are mainly interested in displaying video pieces or slides of your work (if you have digital images, these can be transferred to slides at http://www.digitalslides.co.uk ). We do welcome installations and art objects but please be aware that your work could be subject to damage (although some artists may wish to submit work that is designed to be damaged). International artists are encouraged to submit work. Artists interested in proposing ideas for a solo show are also welcome.

Background information:

Moogie Wonderland is an art enhanced monthly club night based at The Cellar in Rochester, Kent. The night features contemporary art from professional artists, art students and anyone that fancies a shot at making some art. The idea is to take art to the public – enticing people into an exhibition by running it alongside a clubnight. More information on the club night can be found at http://www.myspace.com/moogiewonderland

Equipment available:

  • 1 DVD projector
  • 1 Television with DVD player (possibly 2 if required)
  • 1 manual slide projector

We are also interested in hearing from anyone who makes multiples that could be given out to people when they enter the club.

If you would like to exhibit, please email an artist statement, images of your work, or a website link to matt@theambience.co.uk

Call to artists for proposals for Freshly Scratched at BAC :: D/L 3rd Jan 07

December 21, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) are now accepting proposals for Freshly Scratched, an event for artists and companies whose own work has never been shown at BAC before.

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Business Development Manager :: D/L 22nd Dec 2006

December 7, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

The South Bank and Bankside Cultural Quarter

Putting Young People at the Heart of the Arts
Supported by the Treasury’s Invest to Save programme

Business Development Manager
c. £36k – £38k+ Benefits – Fixed term contract to the end of the project in 2009.

Closing date for receipt of completed applications: Friday 22nd December 2006.

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Site / event based artist commission Sheffield

December 7, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Artists with a site / event based practice and a track record of innovative work with young people are invited to apply to work with Creative Partnerships
Sheffield to lead on creating engaging aspects to an event for teachers, creative
practitioners and young people.

Commission for 15 days work between Feb – May 2007

Contact Lisa Meaney: on 07984 626 380 for details /
application

Fee £2500 + materials
Closing date for applications 22.12.06
Interviews Jan T.B.C

Islington Arts Factory seeks Trustees

December 7, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Islington Arts Factory is a community arts centre in north London, providing innovatory classes and courses in art, dance and music for children and young people after school and adult life long learners. They are seeking new trustees to broaden the skills base of our Board of Trustees. We seek to attract expertise in the fields of HR, marketing, art, dance, music and fundraising.

IAF’s Board meets monthly and also provides advice and assistance to the Director of Centre on an ad hoc basis. If you are interested in getting involved and feel you have skills that would help support us, please
send a CV and covering letter to:

Elizabeth Lerpiniere
Director of Centre
Islington Arts Factory Ltd
2 Parkhurst Road
London N7 0SF

Islington Arts Factory is an equal opportunities employer.

Islington Arts Factory is A Registered Charity (no. 277021) and a Company Ltd by guarantee (no. 1394985)

This is a posting from the Arts Council England "arts jobs" mailing list.

University of Hertfordshire Writing Competition

November 2, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

The University of Hertfordshire has announced details of it’s inaugural Writing Award to support new a talented writers. The competition has a first prize of £1000 plus the winner will be eligible to apply for the UH Writing Award three-year scholarship to the University of Hertfordshire, study commencing in 2007.

Entrants are invited to submit a short story of no more than 3500 words on the theme ‘Vision’. The deadline for entries is 15th January 2007.

Entry forms and more details on the competition can be found at the UH website or by clicking this link.

Winston Churchill Memorial Trust – Travel Fellowship

September 25, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Have you ever wanted to travel abroad in search of knowledge and new experiences, but have not been able to? An opportunity to apply for a Travel Fellowship from the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust may be something that would interest you. But hurry as the deadline for this years application is 5pm on the 19th October 2006.

The trust was set up to allow all UK citizens the opportunity to broaden their knowledge for the benefit of the wider community. In order to qualify for the fellowship, you should be able to demonstrate that your project is ‘feasible and worthwhile, and of benefit to their community and to the UK on return.’

The categories for 2007 include:

  • Science and Technology
  • Diet and Health
  • Adventure, Exploration and Leaders of Expeditions
  • Sport
  • Theatre, Ballet and Opera
  • Multicultural Relationships in British Society
  • Special Educational Needs
  • Climate Change
  • Workers in Tourism & Related Service Industries
  • The Third Age – Opportunities and Challenges for an Ageing Population

Applications should be made via the Trust website www.wcmt.org.uk

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