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jobs + opportunities

We advertise creative jobs + opportunities IN LEICESTERSHIRE AND RUTLAND for free.

We recognise that there is great value in people having access to proper work experience, where it is offered and arranged properly and is a mutually beneficial arrangement, but that this should never be used as a way of attempting to circumvent national minimum wage regulations. Please note that we will not advertise unpaid internships unless they are part of a recognised further or higher education course.

Arts Council and Creative & Cultural Skills have published these guidelines to help clarify the legal obligations of arts organisations offering internships. Creative Skillset have published these guidelines for those offering work experience in the Creative Industries.

Winter Narratives: Residency Opportunity

Artcore

Artcore is organizing a Residency project titled Winter Narratives, for artists in both the UK & Vadodara, India, and will include a selection of 7 artists, 2 from the East Midlands and 5 from within India.
The Residency will be held at a picturesque location in the Mahi River ravines on the outskirts of Vadodara city, from December 7 to 21, 2019. The 2-week artist’ Residency will introduce India and its contemporary art world to the British artists and especially the strength of the Narrative in art produced especially by the artists from the Baroda School of Art (the Faculty of Fine Arts, M S University).

10/11/2019

Deadline:

How to apply: 

Download the information pack from the website

The Solstice Prize for Young Writers 2019

Writing East Midlands

** FREE TO ENTER ** A creative writing prize for 10-17 year olds brought to you by Writing East Midlands There is still time to enter the 2019 Solstice Prize, now in its fourth year; more than 40 young writers have been shortlisted or won prizes as part of the award and all of them have appeared on our web site. We’d love to see entries of poetry (up to 40 lines) and short stories (up to 1000 words) on any subject. It’s completely free to enter and prizes will be awarded in two age categories, 10-13 and 14-17 years. PRIZES 1st prize (in both categories): £50 cash for the entrant and a £50 book token for their school/college Work published on www.writingeastmidlands.co.uk Closes for entries 15th November 2019 – at midnight *All entries must be accompanied by parental or teacher consent. If you’d like further information please don’t hesitate to contact us on education@writingeastmidlands.co.uk – Tel: 0115 7934110

15.11.2019

Deadline:

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Projects Manager - Creative Learning [Maternity cover]


The Spark Arts for Children

The Spark is looking for Maternity Cover for our Projects Manager. This post acts as the central coordinator for all current and planned The Spark’s Creative Learning and Family Engagement programmes, ensuring projects remain focused to the core-brief and deliver agreed outputs to key milestones. This role will involve working closely with the Spark Director to programme and deliver work as part of the East Midlands Library consortium, and to coordinate the work of the Local Cultural Education Partnership (The City Classroom) for which The Spark is the lead partner. The post will also be responsible for setting up and delivering all the school project work linked to the annual Spark Festival.

20.11.2019

Deadline:

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Application is by Application Form only - and more information is in the application pack at https://thesparkarts.co.uk/jobs