Arts Development Officer, South Northamptonshire Council.
Supporting Northants Touring Arts, rural cinema, local arts organisations, practitioners and opportunities. Encouraging creativity in people of all ages throughout the district.
Community grants for arts organisations and Talented Performer grants for individuals under 19 yrs.
Also a specialist in music programming and promotion.
I am a mature (in my 50's), experienced Life and Portrait Model, I am 5'2" tall, of slim build and dress size 8 I am based in Abingdon and have my own car so happy to travel to locations up to a maximum of half an hour from me (unless a contribution can be made to my travel costs).
It is an exciting time at OYAP Trust as we head into our 15th year. Our team is expanding and so is our offer to young people in Oxfordshire. We are looking for a dynamic and energetic person to drive and deliver our youth arts programme. Working with the Director and young people in Bicester you will spend half your time curating and cultivating the arts provision at The Courtyard.
We are looking for a participatory artist/sculptor with experience of making willow lanterns with adults and young people. We are hoping to offer a series of workshops during the day and on two weekends, with local groups and schools in Carterton, West Oxfordshire, in the lead up to Christmas. You must be self-employed, have a current CRB check, be able to evidence past relevant work and provide two references.
Corn Exchange and New Greenham Arts are two of the South East’s most dynamic arts and entertainment venues. We present and produce some of the best UK and International artists and companies, supporting the development of new work, commissioning and incorporating resident companies, as well as housing a full time cinema and visual arts programme. We also produce the annual Newbury Comedy Festival and an in-house annual pantomime, in addition to an externally funded large-scale outdoor events programme.
Nicole Cataldo’s practice occupies the arena of confluence, where the manipulation of found objects meets contemporary improvisational dance narrative and performance art, resulting in a cross-disciplinary approach that seeks to explore the development of human connection between external and internal worlds. Using cathartic experience as a starting point Nicole seeks to explore landscape, buildings and people’s stories through participatory installation and performance.
Nick Owen was born in 1950 in Bromsgrove, a small Midlands town, south of Birmingham. His father owned and managed shops in the High Street and was wealthy enough to have him educated privately; but his family was from the lower middle class. There were no books in the house; though they had cameras, and even a cine camera.
Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot is currently looking for a female life model for its forthcoming Autumn season. This will be for two or three, 2 hour sessions on Tuesday evenings across October and November. Payment is £10 an hour, processed on receipt of an invoice.