Blaze is a youth led arts organisation working across Lancashire to ensure all young people are valued as creative citizens who can improve their lives, communities and the world, developing confidence, creativity and other transferable skills through creative projects, event and networks. The organisation is currently looking for new people to join the board of trustees and encourages people aged under 30 to apply. Deadline: Monday 24th October 2022
An exciting opportunity to join the backstage team at the Dukes for our upcoming Christmas production of Robin Hood – a brand-new retelling of the classic tale, written by Andrew Pollard and directed by Kirstie Davis. The start date for this role is 1st November 2022, with performances taking place from 24th Nov to 31st Dec2022, and will be a UK Theatre/Equity Subsided Agreement. We’re looking for someone with a can-do and positive attitude, able to work as part of a team with experience of DSM duties and previous experience at similar theatres. D/Line: Friday, 14 October 2022
The freelance post is fixed term 2 days per week and the project is fully funded for 3 years. (October 2025). £175 per day We are recruiting for a creative and organised individual to join us in the new freelance role of Older People’s Co-ordinator to run our Prime Time Project as part of the Creative Communities team, connecting with individuals and groups across the city, and maximising the impact of the programme. Closing date for application forms: 12pm, Monday 31 October Interviews: Thursday 3 November Click here for more
Based in Keswick, Theatre by the Lake (TBTL) is one of the UK’s leading regional theatres and plays an important role in the cultural scene in Cumbria. The Board is seeking an Executive Director to work collaboratively in a joint leadership role with the Artistic Director to deliver the theatre's artistic ambitions and oversee the daily smooth-running of the organisation. Deadline: 5pm, Friday 14th October 2022
The Carnegie Theatre Trust is looking for an ambitious, inspirational, and creative Executive Director to lead the organisation strategically and operationally as we embark on a new future. The successful applicant will join us at a crucial time to influence, lead and develop our strategy and professional team delivering a broadly based programme of live performance, curated films, exhibitions, and creative and community activities for all ages. Permanent Role. Salary: £35,000 – £45,000 per annum. Hours: 35 hours per week. Closing Date: Noon, 7th October 2022
The ScreenSkills Editing Mentoring Programme seeks to support mentees from underrepresented groups, as well as tackling skills gaps as identified by ScreenSkills research. This programme is for those working in any of the following roles in post-production in unscripted TV: MCR assistant / technical operator; Edit assistant; Assistant editor; Junior editor; Editor. This programe is also for those who are seeking support to develop their career and can demonstrate how having a mentor would benefit them. Visit the ScreenSkills site to find out more. Closing date for applications: 23 October 2022
Hopeful and Glorious has an open call for makers, designers, artists and producers for markets over the Autumn and Winter. Working with brilliant event partners and creatives, the markets celebrate locally produced handmade from across the North. Vintage by the Sea (3rd September); We Invented the Weekend (10-11 September) and Winter Art Fair at Lytham Hall (19-20 November 11am to 4pm). Details on all the market opportunities and how to apply are listed on the Hopeful and Glorious website.
Facing The Past is an arts and research programme to reflect, reveal and redress omissions in the way the City of Lancaster has commemorated its role as the 4th largest slavery port in the UK. We are embarking on a major recruitment phase for this project. Teacher CPD. The post holder will work closely with colleagues, external stakeholders and 11 teachers to devise, develop and help deliver a child friendly Slavery Trail tour for 53 schools. Role to commence on 1st September 2022 until end of June 2023. Application deadline: midnight, 7th August 2022
AWARD is the British Ceramics Biennial’s headline exhibition formed from an open submission that celebrates the vitality of contemporary ceramics practice in the UK. A panel of experts who are integral to the growth and innovation of contemporary ceramics come together and select ten artists to exhibit in the BCB festival. Each selected artist will receive £1,000 towards a presentation of their work as a central component of the 2023 BCB festival. From 10 selected artists, 1 prize winner is selected, announced and awarded a £10K prize. Deadline: midnight, 12th October 2022.
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.