Round 2 of Crowdfund Lancashire is now open. If you have an idea for a project that will improve the culture or sport offer in your local community, then you could get up to £20,000 towards your target from the Lancashire Culture and Sport Fund. Crowdfund Lancashire gives local communities a chance to create and support the projects which matter most to them. It will enable everyone to contribute towards their community - chipping in as little as £2 to help bring ideas to life. View the webpage for further info about these grants and our in-person support sessions. Closes on 18th July 2023.
Applications are now open for the Makers Market at Vintage by the Sea in Morecambe on 2nd & 3rd September. The makers market curated by Hopeful & Glorious will showcase art, craft, upcycling and design all with a vintage vibe. Taking place at the glorious, Art Deco, Midland Hotel the market will feature around 30 artists, upcyclers, designers and makers from across the region. Each artist will bring their own unique style of art, design, jewellery, photography and craft. Applications are welcome from both emerging and established makers. Applications can be made online via link.
Come and help us deliver an all-year-round exciting programme of commercial events at the Gallery. The Events Manager will assist with developing and delivering a commercial hire strategy to deliver targets. They will also be responsible for the operational delivery of commercial events and for ensuring outstanding customer service at all times. Deadline: Sunday 18 June 2023.
We are inviting anyone with an artistic flair to submit a painting/print/sketch of their favourite Lancashire scene. A panel of judges will shortlist their favourites and it will be up to the public to vote for the winner in an online public vote. The most popular 12 artworks will form a calendar which will be sold in all Lancashire libraries, museums and archives with proceeds going to activities to support Lancashire care leavers. Competition deadline - submit your entry by Monday 19 June 2023.
Apply for funding to lead a consortium to deliver a new three-year creative research and development innovation programme, XRtists. You will support the adoption and implementation of creative immersive technologies within the arts and culture sector across the UK. The full economic cost (FEC) of your project can be up to £6,000,000. The maximum duration is three years. Projects must start on 1 February 2024. This funding opportunity is being administered by AHRC on behalf of all the funding partners. Webinars will be hosted on 25 May 2023 and 6 June 2023. Apply by: 13th July 2023
The new Partnership and Development Officer will lead and manage all aspects of fundraising for the Harris and Preston events. Full time post, fixed term contract ending 31/03/2026. Salary rangeL £32,020 to £33,820 per annum. Application deadline: 23.59pm on Sunday 11th June 2023.
This is a new socially engaged photographic commission being delivered by Photoworks in partnership with the Fleetwood High Street Heritage Action Zone Cultural Programme. As part of the Fleetwood High Streets Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) cultural programme, the selected artist will realise a body of work that explores Fleetwood’s past into the present through photography. We are looking for a photographer interested in Fleetwood and whose practice embraces the opportunity to co-author the project with the local community. This will involve engagement activity with Fleetwood residents.
The Public Relations & Communications Association are launching a bespoke coaching programme to connect small business owners with experienced PR practitioners within the PRCA network. We will be offering surgery style sessions with small business owners to offer free guidance and help educate them about effective PR and communications. The programme starts in April 2021 and runs until October 2021.
The Mentor Circle are seeking candidates, sponsors and mentors for a new online mentoring programme for 18-25 year olds from BAME UK Communities who are facing unemployment.
This Preston-based role requires management of multiple client accounts across display, search and social.
ScreenSkills offers bursaries of up to £1,000 to those working in feature film, high-end TV and television, to attend courses in priority skills areas.
Curatorial network grants provide funding to support Subject Specialist Networks (SSNs) and other curatorial networks in sharing expertise across the museum sector.