Help shape the future of the UK arts sector and British Council's work to support UK arts professionals. We’re inviting artists and anyone involved in the arts sector to give us your perspectives on international working and how we can best support you. The online survey takes five minutes to complete and all entries will be eligible to win a £100 voucher or charity donation. We really appreciate your feedback – please share the survey with others who might be interested in contributing.
Open Call for Exhibition Proposals. We’re looking to appoint a collaborative architectural practitioner team to develop and deliver an exhibition in the British Pavilion in Venice in 2025. The British Council Commission at the Venice Architecture Biennale aims to create debate that both challenges and influences the future of British and global architecture. Please complete your application online on our Open Call for Exhibition Proposals page. Submissions must be received by Friday 5 January 2024, 23.59 (GMT).
This role will provide coordination and administration to pull together many of our renowned creative projects. You will be the key liaison for our creative classes, linking with tutors, participants and other members of our team to make everything happen. You will work closely with our Programme & Operations Manager and be a key part of our team, coordinating and communicating with all departments. You will also help to coordinate and be the event lead for a selection of our events. This is a new role to meet the needs of our growing programme of events and projects. Apply by: 3 January 2024.
The 2024 Craft and Design Council competition is for those engaged in Jewellry, Silversmithing and allied trades. The competition is made up of 2 main sections: the 2D design categories & the 3D finished work categories. The key criteria for entry are that your work must have been completed between Jan 2023 – 2024 and made in the UK. You can be at any stage in your career, including a student, working professional or hobbyist. Deadline for online entry form submission: 14th January 2024. (Entry submission days will be held at Goldsmiths in London on 16-18 January).
The Trustees of the South House Workshop Trust are delighted to announce up to THREE fully-funded Silversmithing Graduate Scholarships for 2024. These residential scholarships are being made available to accelerate the professional careers of promising silversmiths through four months of intensive training. The four-month long scholarships will give up to three silversmiths the opportunity to learn a variety of silversmithing skills in intensive residential placements with leading silversmiths Rod Kelly based in Shetland and Brett Payne & Chris Perry, in Sheffield Closing date: 5 January 2024
The next round of applications for Arts Council's DYCP is live. This fund is open to independent creative & cultural practitioners. It supports you to take time to focus on your creative or cultural development and take you to the next stage of your practice. Applications close at 12pm on 14 December 2023.
The Blueprint programme is designed to support research and development of new outdoor arts projects. The programme will allow artists to take risks, push boundaries in creating vital new works that continue to challenge the status quo. We are looking for proposals from UK artists for R&D for outdoor arts projects, working to any scale, across any arts or cultural discipline & genre. Deadline: Friday 8 December 2023, 12pm
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.