Carnival needs YOU!
Join the team that makes Carnival happen. Lots of fun to be head, a great experience and helping the community. Lots of roles from stewards and marshals to setter uppers and technical help, zone managers, photographers and film-makers.
Come to our open day in the Circle Bar at the Oxford Playhouse on 19 June noon - 3pm to find out more.
Carnival needs YOU!
Artist Mentor sought to work with 16yr old young female artist who has been awarded the Martha Mary Fernback Annual Prize by Ark-T.
The young woman would like to work with a mixed media artist who has skills in digital illustration and hand drawn illustration.
The artist will give the prize winner up to 12 x 1-2-1 2 hour practical mentoring sessions to help them develop their reflective practice and skills, leading towards an exhibition in summer 2020.
Sessions will be based at Ark-T Centre.
Fee available = £50 per session + £90 planning.
Dear Madam, or Sir,
I would be most grateful if you could forward this email to an artist who lives in Summertown (Oxford) and might be interested in giving drawing lessons to our 9 year old child.
We come to Summertown to take piano lessons once a week at 4:00 p.m. for 30 minutes. We would like the drawing lesson to follow, or precede this.
Alternatively, an artist who may consider coming to our house to teach.
(Spaniel living in our arts room!)
Kind regards, Olivia Ada Symons
Call for Proposals:
Project Blackjack aims to replace the statues in the two niches on the north-west and south-west of the tower of the Church of St John Baptist in the center of Cirencester. The project, led by a team appointed by the Parochial Church Council (PCC), is encouraging applications by artists to carry out the work.
The Cirencester community will be involved in a number of initiatives to help inform the artwork which, it is hoped, will last hundreds of years.
Pegasus is excited to open applications for the SPARK supported artist programme – inviting four artists and companies to work with Pegasus from July 2019 – July 2020 to develop a new production for young audiences.
The SPARK supported artist programme provides artists and companies of all levels with the space and skills development needed to turn their bold new ideas into a reality.
Now entering its seventh year, starting Sept 2019, the Warehouse Art School (WAS) at OVADA has limited places available for the next academic year (2019 - 20) for those wishing to further their professional practice within a peer group of artists and tutors.
BT Studio Assistant Internships are primarily aimed at those considering working in technical or front of house roles within a theatre. The placements are structured to give participants experience supporting professional and amateur visiting companies and the day-to-day management of a venue. Candidates should have some prior experience on an amateur, school or student level and be looking for their first experience within a professional environment. Work experience at the Burton Taylor Studio as a Studio Assistant involves:
2nd Chaiya Art Awards Now Open - £10K TOP PRIZE!
The biggest biennial art awards in the UK exploring spirituality through art is now open for submissions.
The Chaiya Art Awards is open to any artist and covers all mediums including painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, glass, textiles, mixed media, photography and video. We have also introduced a new category for Community Groups, who can submit a collaborative piece. Entrants are invited to be authentic and daring as they respond to the theme.
Sunningwell School of Art seeks two new trustees.
The School of Art is a very successful charitable organisation which is moving forward and expanding. It seeks trustees with knowledge of charities and/or business, finance and marketing skills.
If you are interested in joining a friendly and supportive team, please contact: Michael Edwards, chair of trustees: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sobell House Hospice are delighted to announce that submissions are open for My Lovely Postcards, our biennial art exhibition and auction in aid of Beth’s Bursary Fund. We’re asking artists from all over Oxfordshire and beyond to donate postcard sized pieces to our exhibition, this year hosted at the beautiful Cloisters Gallery in Oxford between 9th and 11th of November. We’re very excited to once again have the opportunity to showcase a diverse range of talented artists for a wonderful cause, so please do join us.
We are a popular Youth Theatre in the heart of Witney, Oxfordshire and work with many young people from all walks of life from our local community. We are now looking for voluntary team leaders to work with groups of young people from the ages of rising 5yrs - 18yrs old. Ideally you will have an interest in the performance arts arena and/or working with young people. We will expect any applicants to either have DBS clearance and be registered with the DBS Update Service or be prepared to complete a DBS application and have a criminal record check undertaken by Abdabs.