Bow Arts - Gallery volunteers - Deadline March 30, 2017

Ideal for those wishing to develop a career in the arts or those who are looking to support a local art gallery, Bow Arts volunteers will gain hands-on experience working for a dynamic and creative arts organisation in the growing cultural hub of east London.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Welcoming gallery visitors and providing exhibition information.
  • Being first point of contact for gallery visitor enquiries.
  • Checking works and exhibition space, keeping clean and tidy.
  • Maintaining leaflets / printed information.
  • Marketing, online and using social media.
  • Overseeing visitor groups and providing tours as required.
  • Overseeing gallery shop, including keeping a record of sales.
  • Recording audience numbers / comments for audience development.
  • Event support (optional)
  • Exhibition installation support (optional)

For more information on how to apply, please visit: www.bowarts.org/nunnery/gallery-volunteers-wanted


Creative England - Shortflix (Film Scheme) - Deadline 8 March 2017 

Do you have a brilliant idea for a short film? Would you like training, mentorship, funding and a professional crew to help you make it? How about seeing it showcased on Sky Arts?

SHORTFLIX is aimed at aspiring new filmmakers aged 18-25 who are not currently in full-time education, employment or training. They are looking for ideas from creative, talented and ambitious young people that have the potential to make great short films for Sky Arts.

For full details on applying or to find out more information, please visit: http://www.creativeengland.co.uk/film-and-tv/shortflix


Westway Trust, Culturemakers - Project Opportunity - Deadline: 1 March 2017

Westway Trust are offering young people a chance to build a creative project. They will give you the skills and knowledge you need to run your project through a bespoke programme of training, talks, mentoring and support from a wide-range of industry experts.You can direct a short film, record a song, run a festival - you decide! They will fund and support your project as long as it is creative and benefits the community.
 
If you would like to know more, please visit: http://www.westway.org/culturemakers

Barbican - Barbican Young Photographers - Programme - Deadline: 13 March 2017

Do you love photography and want to learn the skills to take fantastic images?

The Barbican Young Photographers is a twelve–week programme, starting on Tue 4 April 2017 that brings young photographers together with professional art-form specialists to develop their skills and technique as a photographer.

This programme will help young photographers:

• Build their portfolio and business acumen to survive as a professional photographer
• Gain and improve their skills through mentoring with professional photographers
• Gain access to photo calls along with “rights to shoot” Barbican events
• Access an online audience through social media and potentially digital and print publications.

Ages 14-25
Free programme


Resident Artists: Open applications 2017 -  Roundhouse - Programme - Deadline: Midnight, 12 March

This Resident Artists Programme offers support and opportunities for emerging artists aged 18-25 to develop careers in the creative industries.

Alongside training and mentoring, the programme provides opportunities to perform on incredible platforms, including festivals like Glastonbury and Bestival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as the warm up acts for artists like Gaz Coombes and the Specials on the Roundhouse Main Space and on stations like BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1xtra and Sky News.

To explore this opportunity more, please visit: www.roundhouse.org.uk/young-creatives/summer-2017/resident-artists-open-applications/


Vocal Eyes - Volunteers - Deadline: 9 March 2017

VocalEyes is creating a series of very short films for museum staff training, and promotional purposes. The films will feature blind and partially sighted people answering ‘frequently asked questions’ about the experience of living with sight loss, such as “Can I ask a blind person how much they can see?” or “If someone's never seen, how do they understand colours?”
 
They hope to film a variety of people, with a range of opinions, and different levels of sight. They're particularly interested in hearing from people who enjoy visiting museums and galleries, and using audio description at the venues.

To find out more on how you can volunteer to make this film happen, please visit: http://us7.campaign-archive1.com/?u=909237df20438895b80cc2b0d&id=19ed834589&e=5932814934