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Jerwood Drawing Prize 2014 call for entries
Jerwood banner 2014

WHO: All UK based artists.

WHAT: Jerwood Drawing Prize.

WHEN: Deadline for online registration: 16 June 2014, 5pm.

PAYMENTS: First Prize of £8,000, Second Prize of £5,000 and two Student Awards of £2,000 each.

CHARGES: Artists may submit up to three drawings. Entry fees are listed below. Please note there is a small charge for submission via a regional Submission Centre.
Hand in direct to London Submission Centre
Standard Entry: 1 work = £18; 2 works = £23; 3 works = £28
Student Entry: 1 work = £12; 2 works = £16; 3 works = £20
Hand in via Regional Submission Centre (entry fee inc transport costs)
Standard Entry: 1 work = £22; 2 works = £29; 3 works = £36
Student Entry: 1 work = £15; 2 works = £20; 3 works = £25

DETAILS: Artists are invited to submit entries for the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2014, the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK.
The Jerwood Drawing Prize is a joint initiative, led by Drawing Projects UK and supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation, and now in association with Bath Spa University. It is delivered through the Jerwood Visual Arts programme showing in London and on tour nationally. Selected from original art works it has established a reputation for its commitment to championing excellence, and promoting and celebrating the breadth of contemporary drawing practice within the UK. By showcasing the work of emerging artists alongside established artists, the Prize has helped contribute to the careers of numerous well-known British artists over its 20-year history.
This open exhibition is a platform for drawing practitioners to showcase their work alongside other leading contemporary artists in this field, and provides those selected with the opportunity to help define a wider understanding of drawing for future generations.
The 2014 selectors are Gavin Delahunty, Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, Dallas Museum; Dr Janet McKenzie, author and Co-editor of Studio International; and Alison Wilding RA, artist. They will create an exhibition that explores and celebrates the diversity, excellence and range of current drawing practice in the UK.
The Jerwood Drawing Prize is open to all UK based artists, from student to established, working with drawing. From an anticipated submission of over 3,000 entries, the selectors will bring together up to 70 works for an exhibition in the Jerwood Visual Arts programme, at Jerwood Space, London from 17 September – 26 October 2014. The exhibition will then tour to venues across the UK, including Cheltenham, Leeds and Bournemouth.

APPLY: For further details and to register online please visit the website.

www.jerwoodvisualarts.org

Deadline: 16 June 2014

Organiser/employer: Parker Harris and Company

[ Added on 17 April 2014 ]

Exhibiting

Payments:
Pays fee/prize/award
Charges:
Charge made to applicant
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - London

52 days to deadline

RBS Bursary Awards 2014
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WHO: Early career artists working in 3-D.

WHAT: The Royal British Society of Sculptors is currently inviting applications from early career sculptors for the 2014 Bursary Awards!
Each year the RBS awards ten bursaries to sculptors of outstanding talent and potential. They are designed to benefit sculptors’ in the early stages of their careers, and applications are welcomed from artists of any age and nationality, with or without formal training.
The Royal British Society of Sculptors represents the diversity of contemporary practice and all styles of media are considered, including installation, site specific, conceptual and video work
Benefits of the Award include:
• Two years of free membership to the Society
• Inclusion in the Award exhibition and catalogue
• Mentoring by senior members of the Society
These awards are supported by the Gilbert Bayes Charitable Trust.

WHEN: Bursary Award winners will be announced 20 June 2014 and the exhibition will take place in September 2014. Deadline for applications: 12 May 2014.

CHARGES: Application Fee: £20.

APPLY: The application and further information is available from the link below, or email for more information.

CONTACT: projects@rbs.org.uk

www.rbs.org.uk/rbs-bursary-awards-2014

Deadline: 12 May 2014

Organiser/employer: Royal British Society of Sculptors (RBS Gallery)

[ Added on 15 April 2014 ]

Award

Payments:
No payment
Charges:
Charge made to applicant
Experience required:
Some experience
Location:
UK - London

17 days to deadline

Artist/Curator Commission, Sheffield
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WHO: Artists, curators and organisations.

WHAT: M1 Gateway Public Art Project – small commissions.
On behalf of the M1 Gateway Project Board Sheffield City Council is inviting artists, curators and organisations to put forward proposals and apply for a series of linked commissions that explore the potential, set the tone and raise awareness in preparation for a major public art project in the Tinsley Locks / Blackburn Meadows area of Sheffield.
There is a broad scope to the work and you can apply to undertake the whole commission or elements within it. We are open to a variety of different approaches and want to see activities that are engaging, exciting and full of energy.

WHEN: We would like the artist to start work early in June and hope for some initial outcomes by the end of July. The project(s), and engagement that is developed through it, may continue through 2014 and overlap with the main public art commission. 
Applications should be submitted by 5.00pm on Wednesday 7 May and interviews will be held on Wednesday 21 May.

PAYMENTS: The total budget for the small commissions is £25,000.

APPLY: If you have any questions or difficulties downloading the documents please contact Andrew Skelton, Public Art Officer, Sheffield City Council by email or on 0114 205 3784. Download the full brief and details of how to apply from the link below.

CONTACT: andrew.skelton@sheffield.gov.uk

www.sheffield.gov.uk/m1gateway

Deadline: 7 May 2014

Organiser/employer: Sheffield City Council

[ Added on 8 April 2014 ]

Commission

Payments:
Pays fee/prize/award
Location:
UK - Sheffield

12 days to deadline

Untitled – The UK’s Largest Artists’ Fair
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WHO: Artists (all disciplines).

WHAT: Untitled – The UK’s Largest Artists’ Fair. Apply to exhibit alongside as many as 150 Artists Selling Direct and Commission Free. No Galleries or Agents are permitted therefore 100% of all sales income goes directly to the Artist, offering and encouraging clients to make directly informed and greatly discounted purchases. 
Founded & owned by an Artist, this highly successful and dynamic event sees as many as 7500 Visits over 3 days. Previous sales have reached into 6 figures with some Solo Artists Selling over 26 pieces each.
With our collective 117,000 Creative, Corporate & Partnership contacts Untitled’s experience includes Directing 3 Central London Galleries, Promoting & Curating over 100 Successful Exhibitions in addition to acting Agents Representing as many as 350 Artists on their Online Gallery.
“Your Promotion and Marketing was Faultless”
“Your Organization of this event has been Brilliant”
“A Truly Irresistible Experience and Privilege”
“It was definitely my best experience of Fairs to date”

WHEN: Friday 30th May – 5pm - 9.30pm - Private View. Saturday 31st May - 10am - 7pm - Free Public Access. Sunday 1st June - 11am - 5pm - Free Public Access.

APPLY: Please submit 4 jpegs or website link or contact us for an updated plan of availability, m: 07944 840 355.

CONTACT: info@untitled-gallery.co.uk

www.untitledartistsfair.co.uk

Deadline: ongoing

Organiser/employer: Untitled Gallery Ltd

[ Added on 7 April 2014 ]

Selling

Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - London

ongoing

Artist in Residence
Tonbridge School header 2

WHO: This post would ideally suit someone with a postgraduate qualification who is seriously committed to their artistic practice. Equally it may also suit someone who is thinking of combining teaching with their practice.

WHAT: The Tunnel Gallery is a well-established exhibition space in the heart of Tonbridge School and has over the years hosted a number of exhibitions of high-profile artists. We propose to offer the space free to an artist as studio and gallery space for a specified time in the Michaelmas Term. We are asking for specific proposals for the creative use of this space during this 6 week period. This might be to run workshops, set up an installation, to use as a development space for a specific project, or any other creative enterprise.

WHEN: 3rd November – 12th December 2014. Closing Date: 25th April 2014.

DETAILS: The extensive practical resources of the Art school will be available for the artist to use; these include an excellent ceramics studio, printing presses (both intaglio and relief), photographic screen-printing resources, a large well-resourced darkroom, purpose built photographic studio and a superbly stocked Art library. 
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. A DBS Disclosure is required to Enhanced level.

APPLY: All enquiries and completed application forms to: Patricia Matsaert, Personnel Manager, Tonbridge School, Tonbridge, TN9 1JP, 01732 365555 Ext. 4252, pfm@tonbridge-school.org Further information, the job description and an application form can be found on the website.

CONTACT: pfm@tonbridge-school.org

www.tonbridge-school.co.uk

Deadline: 25 April 2014

Organiser/employer: Tonbridge School

[ Added on 4 April 2014 ]

Residency

Location:
UK - Tonbridge

deadline today

MSc Cultural Landscapes
Edinburgh header 2014

WHO: If you’d like to examine the relationship between people and the landscapes they inhabit while studying at a world-leading university, this Masters programme is for you.

WHAT: The programme poses curcial ethical, theoretical and practical questions about the ways landscapes are used and managed in the contemporary world.
As a student, you’ll examine the relationship between people and the landscapes they inhabit.
And you'll develop your research skills through a series of practical field-based projects in local, regional and internationally renowned rural and urban landscapes including Ian Hamilton Findlay’s acclaimed Garden ‘Little Sparta’.
Throughout the programme you’ll benefit from a series of talks and lectures from leading researchers and practitioners working at the cutting-edge of the field. And you’ll tailor your degree to suit your own aims and interests by selecting from one of four available degree pathways which include: Material Culture, Urban Landscapes, Digital Landscapes or Landscape and Representation.
The MSc Cultural Landscapes is a truly interdisciplinary degree. The programme combines approaches from contemporary art theory, cultural geography, architectural history, conservation and landscape architecture ensuring that our graduates are well placed for careers in public art practice, heritage management, planning departments, conservation policy or for doctoral level research.

WHEN: September 2014 – September 2015. Deadline: 30 July 2014.

PAYMENTS: There’s no application fee. A range of scholarships are available to outstanding candidates.

DETAILS: Edinburgh College of Art combines world-class facilities from the disciplines of art, design, architecture, landscape architecture, history of art and music. Our alumni include world renowned artists, designers, writers, musicians, architects and art historians. And, as part of the University of Edinburgh, our students qualify with a degree guaranteed by one of the world’s leading academic institutions.

APPLY: Visit our website to find our more.

www.eca.ed.ac.uk/school-of-art/postgraduate/taught-degrees/cultural-landscapes-msc

Deadline: 30 July 2014

Organiser/employer: Edinburgh College of Art (JISC)

[ Added on 31 March 2014 ]

Course

Payments:
No payment
Experience required:
Some experience
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - Edinburgh

96 days to deadline

Tate St Ives Artists Programme
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WHO: Artists and creative practitioners.

WHAT: The Tate St Ives Artists Programme is now open for submissions.
Continuing the legacy of the artists’ colony in St Ives, we are offering a number of residencies for artists and creative practitioners from between five days and six months. The Artists Programme will provide an opportunity to engage with Tate St Ives, our communities, as well as our learning and public programmes.

WHEN: Deadline: Midday, Monday 28 April 2014.

DETAILS: We support the development of diverse artistic practices, providing a productive environment that values experimentation and risk, discussion and debate.

APPLY: For a full list of opportunities, working criteria and information on how to apply visit the link below. Tate StIves, Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 1TG, UK.

www.tate.org.uk/about/projects/tate-st-ives-artists-programme

Deadline: 28 April 2014

Organiser/employer: Tate St Ives

[ Added on 31 March 2014 ]

Residency

Payments:
Pays fee/prize/award
Charges:
No charges
Experience required:
Specialist
Students eligible:
No
Location:
UK - St Ives, Cornwall

3 days to deadline

Opportunity to Create an Innovative Exhibition
Eisteddfod header 2014

WHO: Artist/s. Consideration will be given artwork in any media, e.g. sculpture, installation, interactive work, performance, sound, video, etc.

WHAT: The National Eisteddfod of Wales, Montgomeryshire and the Marches 2015 is seeking to appoint an artist, or artists, to realise the Special Exhibition. The theme of the proposed exhibition will reflect the strategic importance of Montgomeryshire, which is both on the edge and yet at the heart of Wales. This region has for centuries been a doorway for 'drovers' who have transported 'treasure', of wealth and ideas, backwards and forwards. Here stands a 'gateway' where ideas, experiences and aspirations have always been freely exchanged.
The artist, or artists, will work with the community in some way during the research and design or whilst creating the exhibition.

WHEN: 1-8 August 2015. Deadline: 1 May 2014.

DETAILS: At Montgomeryshire 2015, the aim is to accommodate the Special Exhibition at a different location to Y Lle Celf (Visual Arts Pavilion).

APPLY: For further details visit the link below or contact Robyn Tomos by email or on 0845 4090 300.

CONTACT: robyn@eisteddfod.org.uk

www.eisteddfod.org.uk/english/2015/y-lle-celf/

Deadline: 1 May 2014

Organiser/employer: National Eisteddfod of Wales

[ Added on 27 March 2014 ]

Commission

Location:
UK

6 days to deadline

Peterborough ‘Indie-Vision’ – Call for Artists
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WHO: Artists working in print media.

WHAT: This is an opportunity for 10 visual artists and those working in print media to create new artworks for billboards in Peterborough. Each billboard will incorporate a question provided by a leading cultural commentator providing the themes for city wide debates.
Selected artists will attend a Research and Development LAB at Metal in Peterborough in June, mentored by leading practitioners, curators and historians working in poster design, PR, and advertising. The artworks will be printed and installed in August for exhibition in September as part of Peterborough Arts Fest.
Through a bursary all costs and expenses including travel, hotel accommodation, and food will be covered by the project.  Read more

WHEN: Starts Monday 9th June. Deadline: Wednesday 30th April.

DETAILS: Read more here.

APPLY: If you are interested in this opportunity, please send 5 high res images of your work, a CV and supporting statement (no more than 1 side of A4) by Wednesday 30th April to Mark Richards at mark@metalculture.com. If you require any further information please call 07854651610.

CONTACT: mark@metalculture.com

www.metalculture.com/peterborough/indie-vision.html

Deadline: 30 April 2014

Organiser/employer: Metal

[ Added on 20 March 2014 ]

Commission

Payments:
Pays in-kind support/expenses only
Charges:
No charges
Experience required:
No preference
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - Peterborough

5 days to deadline

M.Res in Creative Practices at The Glasgow School of Art
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WHO: The programme is open to art school graduates of all disciplines, as well as graduates of art history, education, literature, and other academic fields: Interdisciplinarity and inter-cultural outlooks are key factors.

WHAT: Do art school differently! M.Res in Creative Practices at the GSA offers an opportunity to reflect on your work in a mixed disciplinary environment that opens windows and makes unusual connections. Students examine the place of academic enquiry and the many forms of creative expression in the wider context of social, historical, cultural and theoretical discourse.
The year consists of rigorous training in research methodology, lectures, seminars, self-reflective workshops, peer learning sessions, and self-directed time, supervised by specialist staff. We have links with GSA Archives and Collections Centre, and site some sessions in Glasgow Museums.

WHEN: One academic year, September 2014 entry. There are no deadlines, but early application is encouraged to ensure better chance of a place.

CHARGES: See www.gsa.ac.uk/finance for fees and funding information.

DETAILS: The M.Res can potentially lead to a variety of outcomes: From PhD studies and professional research projects, to a return to practice with more confidence and direction. We welcome you to examine your academic and creative practice anew.

APPLY: Details on making an application from the link below.

www.gsa.ac.uk/creativeprac

Deadline: 31 August 2014

Organiser/employer: Glasgow School of Art

[ Added on 14 March 2014 ]

Course

Payments:
No payment
Charges:
Charge made to applicant
Experience required:
Some experience
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - Glasgow

128 days to deadline

Open Forum 2014 – Funded one-to-one feedback and lectures
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WHO: Open Forum 2014 is produced by Matt Roberts Arts, in partnership with a series of national galleries, museums, studio organisations, and artists groups. It is open to all artists and makers, interested in furthering their career development.

WHAT: Open Forum 2014 consists of 10 different day events, offering a minimum of twelve one-to-one sessions to artists per venue. Each sessions can offer advice on developing a commercial practice or promoting your work and there will also be a panel discussion in each location, involving Matt Roberts, a commercial gallerist, and a local artist, or a representative of an artists’ group, discussing the development of commercial activity in each region.
The aim of Open Forum 2014 is to allow Matt Roberts Arts to use our experience to provide advice to artists in regions where the commercial sector is developing and less visible.

WHEN: Open Forum 2014 takes place at 10 venues (Leeds, Stroud, Worcester, Chichester, Brighton, Bath, Cambridge, Portsmouth, Coventry, and Eastbourne), between Saturday 15th March 2014 – Saturday 28th June.

CHARGES: None, Open Forum 2014 is supported by Arts Council England, through Grants for the Arts.

DETAILS: Events will take place in partnership with East Street Arts, Leeds, Stroud Valley Arts (SVA), Movement, Worcester, Unity Arts Trust and Pallant House, Chichester, Fabrica and Phoenix Brighton, Bath Artists Studios, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, Art Space Portsmouth, Coventry Artspace, and Blue Monkey Network and the Towner, Eastbourne.

APPLY: To register your interest email openforum2014@mattroberts.org.uk Booking is made on a first come, first served basis. It is expected that there will be more interest and available places, so you may wish to consider applying to attend events in more than one city. For more information please visit www.mattroberts.org.uk

CONTACT: openforum2014@mattroberts.org.uk

www.mattroberts.org.uk

Deadline: 28 June 2014

Organiser/employer: Matt Roberts Arts

[ Added on 10 March 2014 ]

Professional development

Payments:
No payment
Charges:
No charges
Experience required:
Some experience
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - 10 different venues

64 days to deadline

Join the Aldgate Bauhaus: Postgraduate Courses at The Cass School of Art
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WHO: Applicants must have a degree in relevant discipline.

WHAT: MA Fine Art, MA Photography, MA Curating the Contemporary (with Whitechapel Gallery), MA Animation, MA Film and Broadcast Production, MA By Project at The Cass, London Metropolitan University.

WHEN: Start September 2014. Deadline to apply: 25th April 2014.

DETAILS: Unique studio approach with access to broad community of artists, photographers, designers, architects, researchers. Excellent spaces and specialist workshops in Aldgate, E1. Staff include Bob and Roberta Smith, Oriana Fox, Susan Andrews, Nico De Oliveira and Nichola McCartney. Bursaries available.

APPLY: Apply by 25 April 2013 for guaranteed interview. t: 0800 032 4441.

CONTACT: m.upton@londonmet.ac.uk

www.thecass.com

Deadline: 25 April 2014

Organiser/employer: London Metropolitan University

[ Added on 7 March 2014 ]

Course

Payments:
No payment
Charges:
Charge made to applicant
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - London

deadline today

MSc Material Practice
Edinburgh-animated

WHO: For those with a background in art, design or architecture who would like to build on their existing expertise and expand their understanding of material techniques and collaborative practice.

WHAT: A 12 month Masters programme in Material Practice from Edinburgh College of Art. The programme takes an innovative approach to materials, grounded in their physical nature, their qualities and their means of production.
Encompassing glass, textiles, architectural materials and metals, students are encouraged to push boundaries and experiment as they develop and expand their experience in both making objects and using materials in our state-of-the-art studios.

WHEN: September 2014 – September 2015. Deadline to apply: 30 July 2014.

CHARGES: There’s no application fee. A range of scholarships are available to outstanding candidates.

DETAILS: Edinburgh College of Art combines world-class facilities from the disciplines of art, design, architecture, landscape architecture, history of art and music. Our alumni include world renowned artists, designers, writers, musicians, architects and art historians. And, as part of the University of Edinburgh, our students qualify with a degree guaranteed by one of the world’s leading academic institutions.

APPLY: Visit our website to find out more.

www.eca.ed.ac.uk/material-practice

Deadline: 30 July 2014

Organiser/employer: University of Edinburgh - ECA

[ Added on 4 March 2014 ]

Course

Payments:
No payment
Experience required:
Some experience
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - Edinburgh

96 days to deadline

MFA / MDES in Contextualised Practice
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WHO: This course is suitable for those who have an undergraduate degree in art and design, however, applicants with a different degree or significant professional experience in art and design will be considered. All applicants will be asked to submit and portfolio and project/ study proposal.

WHAT: Would you like to become a creative practitioner? Our Masters degree has been designed to help you explore your own creative pathway whilst enabling you to apply your work in context. 
This course will provide you with the opportunity to apply your work in context, either working with professional partners in practice or within a studio environment at the art school. You will have the opportunity to work with people, place and projects, to connect communities and contribute to a sustainable creative future. All the time, developing valuable skills, knowledge and experience to pursue your own professional development as a creative practitioner.
This course will enable you to:
Apply your work in context by completing your masters with professional partners.
Use your skills in real-life briefs and live research projects.
Benefit from the flexibility of tailoring your degree to meet your personal needs as a creative practitioner.
Contribute to the wider agenda of engaging communities in a creative and sustainable future.

WHEN: Course starts in September.

DETAILS: At Gray’s School of Art we pride ourselves on our vibrant community combining a passion for high quality teaching with a desire to produce graduates who can thrive in a creative economy. We also form part of Robert Gordon University, the Best UK University for Employment* with an outstanding employment rate for our postgraduate students at 96%**. (*HESA 2013 **HESA 2011/12).

APPLY: Visit our website or contact Iain Irving, course leader.

CONTACT: i.irving@rgu.ac.uk

www.rgu.ac.uk/contextmasters

Deadline: 1 August 2014

Organiser/employer: Robert Gordon University

[ Added on 27 February 2014 ]

Course

Payments:
No payment
Charges:
Charge made to applicant
Experience required:
Some experience
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - Aberdeen

98 days to deadline

Diplomas at Heatherley School of Fine Art
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WHO: Figurative Artists.

WHAT: Bursaries for the Diploma in Portraiture and the Diploma in Figurative Sculpture from the Heatherley School of Fine Art.

WHEN: Two year Diplomas. Sept 2014 – July 2016. Applications to be received by 1st June 2014.

PAYMENTS: Worth up to £16,000.

DETAILS: Bursaries available on our diplomas in Portraiture and Figurative Sculpture at the Heatherley School of Fine Art.

APPLY: Visit http://www.heatherleys.org/sculpture.php or follow the link below for more details.

www.heatherleys.org/portraiture.php

Deadline: 1 June 2014

Organiser/employer: Heatherley School of Fine Art

[ Added on 20 February 2014 ]

Course

Payments:
Pays in-kind support/expenses only
Experience required:
Some experience
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - London

37 days to deadline

The 62 Group Invites New Member Applications
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WHO: Professional, contemporary textile artists.

WHAT: The Group provides opportunities to promote and exhibit work at national and international level.

WHEN: Deadline for completed applications is 4th June 2014.

APPLY: For information and to download an application form please visit the website.

www.62group.org.uk

Deadline: 4 June 2014

Organiser/employer: 62 Group

[ Added on 10 January 2014 ]

Professional development

Location:
UK - Stoke Poges

40 days to deadline

Wish You Were Here - Postcard Exhibition, Oxford

WHO: Anyone

WHAT: We are inviting artists to make and donate a work of postcard size. Postcards will be exhibited in Filament 14, Magdalen Road Studios' project and exhibition space where they will be offered for a suggested donation of £10.00 with all proceeds going to support the future development of the studios.

WHEN: 17th-24th May

DETAILS: We would like postcards that reflect the diversity of artistic practice, including drawing, painting, collage, photography, written word and mixed media. There is no selection criteria or theme, the only stipulation is the size of the finished work, which should measure 105mm x 148mm. Private view Saturday 17th May 12pm.

APPLY: Send us your postcards to: Magdalen Road Studios, 74-77 Magdalen Road, Oxford OX41RE. *Remember to print your name, title, medium and your signature on the back. Wrap with care. Up to 3 postcards per artist.

CONTACT: claudia.magdalenroadstudios@gmail.com

www.magdalenroadstudios.com/

Deadline: 9 May 2014

Organiser/employer: Jonathan Moss

[ Added on 24 April 2014 ]

Exhibiting

Payments:
No payment
Charges:
No charges
Experience required:
No previous experience
Students eligible:
Yes
Location:
UK - Oxford

14 days to deadline

Craft Development Mentor/Digital Development Mentor

WHO: The Art House has two available posts ideal for successful craft and digital professionals.

WHAT: In summer 2014 The Art House will launch our new BELAY Programme. Funded by ERDF, BELAY will provide free Business Mentoring to artists living or working in Wakefield. We are looking for two pro-active, approachable individuals with the ability to inspire and support others to develop their own business.

WHEN: 2 x 18.75 hours Fixed term to June 2015

PAYMENTS: £26,000 p.a. pro rata

DETAILS: CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 12 noon, 19 May 2014 PROPOSED DATE OF INTERVIEW: Week commencing 2 June 2014 These posts are part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

APPLY: For more information and to apply please download the job description and application form via http://the-arthouse.org.uk/view/staff-vacancies

CONTACT: admin@the-arthouse.org.uk

www.the-arthouse.org.uk/view/staff-vacancies

Deadline: 19 May 2014

Organiser/employer: Lesley Farrell

[ Added on 24 April 2014 ]

Art vacancy

Payments:
Pays salary
Charges:
No charges
Experience required:
Specialist
Students eligible:
No
Location:
UK - Wakefield

24 days to deadline

'Creative Makings’ Residencies

WHO: Each artist will have expertise in a different 'making process' and thereforeapproach the project highlighting different techniques and skills. The appointed artists must hold a current Enhanced CRB check (within the last two years) or DBS and have Public Liability Insurance, please state in your application if you have these.

WHAT: On behalf of Gateshead Libraries Service, the Arts Development Team is seeking to engage three artists to carry out residencies which explore the idea of Creative Makings. Each of the three residencies will be based at a library in Gateshead; Blaydon Library, Birtley Library and Gateshead Central Library.

WHEN: The residencies, each lasting approximately 5 months, will take place over a year long period starting in May 2014 and culminate with a final event celebrating the project in the Spring 2015 at Gateshead Central Library in collaboration with Shipley Art Gallery. Deadline for proposal submissions: Tuesday 29 April 2014.

PAYMENTS: Employment would be on a freelance basis with a fee of £3300 inclusive of travel and subsistence expenses. There is a materials budget in addition to the fee. The project also has a budget allocation for marketing, evaluation and documentation which will be managed by the Arts Development Team.

DETAILS: Creative Makings is a year-long programme of participatory Visual Arts activities encompassing a broad range of 2 and 3D specialisms for people to trial, discover and explore with themes of re-cycling, re-using, re-inventing and thrift.

APPLY: Contact Karolynne Hart, Gateshead Council Arts Development Team, Gateshead Central Library, Prince Consort Road, Gateshead, NE8 4LN by email or on 0191 433 8449.

CONTACT: Karolynnehart@gateshead.gov.uk

Deadline: 29 April 2014

Organiser/employer: Gateshead Council

[ Added on 23 April 2014 ]

Residency

Payments:
Pays fee/prize/award
Location:
UK - Gateshead

4 days to deadline

AAA Open Exhibition - Call for submissions

WHO: UK based contemporary artists

WHAT: A new open exhibition of contemporary visual art, and the opening exhibition / event of the new First Floor @ Accrington Library venue

WHEN: 5th - 28th of June

PAYMENTS: 25% commission on all sales

CHARGES: No charges

APPLY: Please download the full submissions document from: http://jezdolan.com/news

CONTACT: jez@jezdolan.com

www.jezdolan.com/news

Deadline: 9 May 2014

Organiser/employer: Jez Dolan

[ Added on 23 April 2014 ]

Exhibiting

Payments:
No payment
Charges:
No charges
Experience required:
Specialist
Students eligible:
No
Location:
UK - Accrington, Lancashire

14 days to deadline

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