A teaching qualification and experience of organizing training for adults would be an advantage. This post provides support for the management in project development and day-to-day running of the organization. Based in Birmingham, but working nationally to support the development of public art practice, PAF wishes to appoint an experienced administrator to support the work of the organization. The post holder will have experience of financial systems, including PAYE, maintaining a contact database, administering company meetings etc.
They are looking for a motivated individual who has strong administrative skills and is able to contribute positively to PAF’s activities. Arts Council England, West Midlands’ programme of Grants for the arts road shows begins again this month. The road shows will include an explanatory presentation on Arts Council England’s new funding scheme and a question and answer session.
The Oaken gates Theatre has been selected as a venue for the later road show in order to guarantee suitable access for disabled people. A further road show will take place in Coventry in November, when there will also be a separate training seminar, hosted by Arts Media Training, designed to help new applicants with form-filling and the Grants for the arts application procedure. Arts professionals in the region will soon be gathering together for the West Midlands’ first ever audience development conference.
Tomorrow’s Audiences – time for a change? Will take place at the Light House Media Centre, Wolverhampton, on 25 September. The theme for the day looks at how cultural and organizational changes have achieved audience development, and the conference will feature presentations and discussions on noteworthy projects from organizations across the region and beyond. The 2004 call for Culture 2000 is out. Deadlines are 30 October for one year projects and 14 November for 2-3 year projects.
EUCLID is offering workshops and surgery sessions aimed at those who are considering making an application under the 2004 call for projects. The workshops will cover understanding the implications of the criteria, completing the application form, constructing the budget, Social Media Marketing Service and how to present all income and expenditure. Wolverhampton Adult Education Service offers a part-time programme for artists wishing to pursue a freelance career.
Enter Arts aims to raise awareness of opportunities for working professionally in the arts and approaching and contracting successfully with organizations. Aspects such as commissions, residencies, workshops, business planning, community arts, marketing and publicity are covered. To be eligible for the course artists should have either a degree or substantial experience in their chosen discipline.
To be considered you must be an energetic, proactive team-worker with excellent communication skills. Work includes researching and contacting new customers, dealing with incoming and outgoing telephone and email communications, data processing, supporting the team on campaigns delivery and general office duties.whilst every care is taken in producing news – client briefings, Arts Council England, North East can accept no liability for any inaccuracies or omissions.
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The NDR will inform PPC Services the sender that the email was not delivered and ask them to check the email address with the sender, or call our national office IT HelpDesk, who will be able to help them. We are currently looking for an Officer, Literature, to cover a threemonth secondment, to commence in mid March (with the potential to be extended by three months).
We are client focussed and work in partnership to develop new opportunities and artists’ commissions that can enhance and develop the region’s reputation for public art and innovation. 1st prize £250, plus publication of a collection of the winner’s poems in Poetry Life magazine and publication on the Poetry Life website. Entries should be sent to: Poetry Life, No1 Blue Ball Corner, Water Lane, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 0ER. Phone 01962 842621. For a copy of Poetry Life magazine with previous winning poems, send £6.50 to the above address..