West Oxfordshire District Council is seeking a skilled and experienced arts co-ordinator with strong, effective administrative skills to co-ordinate the Council’s increasing public art work. The Public Art Co-ordinator will have a sound knowledge of and keen interest in contemporary art in the public realm.
Emerging Artist in Residence (EAiR)
Digital Artist Residency (DAR) is an online platform which provides a space for artists to develop ideas and display new artwork. The initiative aims to provide support for artwork created using digital processes, exploring the boundaries of art and technology.
Part of Oxford City Council’s Culture team, the Museum of Oxford is an Arts Council England Accredited museum with a unique focus on telling the story of the city of Oxford and its communities.
The WI is the largest women’s organisation with over 220,000 members. It plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities, the chance to build new skills and campaign on issues that matter to them.
£22,434 per annum
35 hours per week, based within the grounds of Denman College, Marcham, Abingdon
Craft is a huge part of the WI and this role is to provide administrative support to the Craft Committee that has responsibility for promoting craft in the WI.
This role works alongside the Learning & Participation Administrator to support Young Corn Exchange project activity as well as the wider administration of the group.
The role is designed as a step towards future work in the arts, youth work, education or events management and is intended for a young person aged between 18 and 25 who is interested in gaining experience of creative project administration, mentoring and working in the Learning Department of a Theatre, and developing leadership and organisational skills.
This is an exciting time to join our organisation and the General Manager will play a key role in influencing change and delivering it to the highest standard. As an executive level position you will also be leading on the day to day operation of the organisation with overall responsibility for the customer service, trading activity, and personnel management.
This is an exciting time to join our organisation, and working closely with the Co-Directors, the Programmer will have a key role in curating the Trust’s artistic programme.
You will provide programming, planning and production expertise to support the Co-Directors to curate a high quality, inspiring and accessible programme of live performance, film and visual arts and craft activity for the Corn Exchange Trust’s venues.
Modern Art Oxford is one of the UK’s leading public art institutions with an international reputation for programming contemporary art experiences for diverse audiences of all ages. Modern Art Oxford wish to appoint a Creative Learning Assistant to the programme team to support our exciting engagement work with schools, young people, groups and communities. The role is part time ( 3.5 days pw) and fixed term (2 years). The person we are looking for is highly organised, collaborative and has a sunny disposition.
The Learning Co-ordinator will become a key member of the Oxford Playhouse Participation Department. We are seeking an ambitious individual with schools project management experience within an arts setting. The Learning Co-ordinator will work closely with the Participation Director to develop a programme of work for schools and educational institutions to support the aims of the Participation Department and Oxford Playhouse, and relate those activities to the theatre programme.
Chipping Norton Theatre is a restlessly busy and ambitious theatre and arts centre in the Cotswolds. Welcoming over 50,000 people every year in a town of over 6,500, The Theatre delivers a year-round programme of theatre, comedy, music, film and participatory activities for audiences across the region.
Take Part is the creative learning department of The Theatre and delivers a busy schedule of regular and holiday workshops. Each week approximately 400 people come through our doors to participate in regular sessions.
Arts Uplift a community interest company specialising in arts and health and heritage and Entrust Care Partnership, supporting families with children with additional needs are looking for a dance student or volunteer to shadow and be mentored by professional dance artist Kath Kimber-McTiffen. Kath is one of the directors of Wriggle Dance who specialise in dance and movement for the Early Years and is very experienced so this is a fantastic opportunity. Her website is www.wriggledancetheatre.co.uk.
Little Masters offers unique art Education within Primary Schools in South Oxfordshire.
We are looking an art leader with strong communication skills, who has a passion for art and enjoys working with young children.
The after school art sessions run for 1.25 hours and we have three vacancies available in the Wallingford Area.
If you are interested in this role please forward your CV .