Artsadmin e-digest

Issue No. 963
Compiled and edited by Lil Woods

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CONTENTS


  • A. FUNDING/COMMISSIONS/PLATFORMS/CALLS FOR ARTISTS
  • A.1) Derbyshire Artist Resident Program: Call Out
  • A.2) Boundless Theatre: Accelerator 2021
  • A.3) Arts Depot: Commission Opportunity
  • A.4) Horizon 2021: Expressions of Interest
  • A.5) Physical Fest: Bursary for womxn from the North
  • A.6) Dunton Hills Artist Commission: Call for Proposals
  • A.7) Liberty Open Call: Funding for D/deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent artists
  • A.8) Finborough Theatre: Etipep Playwriting Award
  • A.9) Peckover House: Project Artist
  • A.10) SHOUT Festival 2021: Call Out for Ideas
  • A.11) Trinity Laban: Professional Support Grants

  • B. SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/COURSES
  • B.1) Artsadmin Youth
  • B.2) Season for Exchange: 6 Months to COP26, An Alternative Briefing
  • B.3) Season for Exchange: Activation!
  • B.4) Whitechapel Gallery: Virtual Studio Visits
  • B.5) Whitechapel Gallery: Virtual Studio Visit with Nabihah Iqbal
  • B.6) Stratford Circus: Curious creatives in Conversation
  • B.7) Chrysalis Arts: Art and Climate in Practice Programme
  • B.8) Creative Writing Workshop: Writing the Breastfeeding Body
  • B.9) Creative Youth: So You Wanna Perform at a Festival
  • B.10) D&AD: Free night school
  • B.11) Sounddelivery: Spokesperson Training Programme
  • B.12) performance space: residential workshop with Rubiane Maia

  • C. WEBSITES/SERVICES
  • C.1) Pablo Colella: Audience Engagement Consultant
  • C.2) The Hour Collective: Coaching for artists by artists

  • D. JOBS AND UNPAID OPPORTUNITIES
  • D.1) Artsadmin: Administrator and Receptionist
  • D.2) Artsadmin: Kitchen Assistant
  • D.3) Artsadmin: Fundraising Associate
  • D.4) Artsadmin: Producer Fellowship
  • D.5) Unlimited: Website Designer
  • D.6) Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme: Artistic Associates
  • D.7) Assemble: Freelance Producer
  • D.8) Popelei: Freelance Producer
  • D.9) Arika: Programme Producer
  • D.10) Liverpool Arab Arts Festival: Creative Project Producer
  • D.11) Chris Goode & Company: Producer and General Manager
  • D.12) Julie's Bicycle: Arts Council England Programme Lead
  • D.13) Cheshire Dance: Festival Production Manager
  • D.14) Performance Space: Company Coordinator
  • D.15) Rich Mix: Duty Manager
  • D.16) Chalk Line: Technical Stage Manager
  • D.17) Futures Theatre: Freelance Project Manager
  • D.18) The Young Vic: Head of Theatre Operations
  • D.19) Protein Dance: Executive Director
  • D.20) Yorkshire Dance: Dance Entrepreneur (Kickstart)
  • D.21) Yorkshire Dance: Dance Artists
  • D.22) 2 Performers for Outdoor Touring Show for Upswing's CATCH ME
  • D.23) Say It Again Sorry: Company Member
  • D.24) Crying Out Loud: Independent Evaluator
  • D.25) Pippa Wildwood: PA Role
  • D.26) Shobana Jeyasingh Dance: Company Administrator
  • D.27) Bidston Observatory Artistic Research Centre: Steward
  • D.28) Cheek by Jowl: Trustees
  • D.29) The Lyric Hammersmith: Trustees
  • D.30) Vital Xposure Theatre: Chair of Board of Trustees

  • E. LONELY ARTS
  • E.1) Studio: Peckham
  • A. FUNDING/COMMISSIONS/PLATFORMS/CALLS FOR ARTISTS


    A.1) Derbyshire Artist Resident Program: Call Out

    DARP is an artist community living and working in an ex-School in Derbyshire, UK. We are horizontally organised and self-guided. We are looking for like-minded residents to join us at DARP from May 2021.

    We welcome people who will help us build this community together. We aim to create a place that transforms and changes with each resident’s intentions. Self-initiation and experimentation are at the core of DARP.

    We are currently looking for residents who can stay a minimum of three months, although sometimes we have vacancies for those wishing to stay for two.

    DARP backs onto a wildlife trust park, is 30 minutes drive from the Peak District (An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and 30 minutes drive from Nottingham. Each resident is provided with a large or medium sized bedroom and a working space suitable to their needs. Cost: £350 per month

    CONTACT
    email residencies@propositionstudios.com
    website https://www.darp.media/

    This is an unpaid opportunity.

    A.2) Boundless Theatre: Accelerator 2021

    Boundless Theatre is committed to discovering the best ideas from artists who might not be known to us and developing the extraordinary artists of the future, now. We are looking for bold, imaginative work for 15–25 year olds that aims to start a conversation with the world from diverse perspectives. A cash bursary of £2500 and a package of bespoke support from Boundless will initiate new work that responds to the 2021 theme and embeds co-creation with 15-25 year olds.

    The global pandemic has disrupted much in person climate activism that had gained momentum with young people in recent years and digital carbon creates complexities around online activism. Boundless Accelerator 2021 aims to create a positive creative space for theatre makers to create, start conversations and blend activism with their work for 15-25 year olds.

    CONTACT
    email admin@boundlesstheatre.org.uk
    website https://boundlesstheatre.org.uk/artists/accelerator/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.3) Arts Depot: Commission Opportunity

    We are looking for artistic collaborators for a creative schools project, with primary, secondary, and SEN schools, on the theme of environmental sustainability. We really want to hear from people from a variety of creative fields with inspiring ideas.

    For more information, please head to our website.

    If you have any questions, please contact Francesca, our Creative Producer.

    CONTACT
    email francesca.cross@artsdepot.co.uk
    website https://bit.ly/3n4oLvh

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.4) Horizon 2021: Expressions of Interest

    For 2021, we will pilot a showcase programme that connects performance works and new performance ideas with international partners during the last two weeks in August, connecting digitally to Edinburgh’s Festivals.

    This call-out is an invitation to artists/companies working within live performance to submit proposals for two core strands of the Horizon 2021 programme:

    Presentation – performance work that is ready to tour internationally

    Residency – performance ideas that are in development

    Your project could be classified as theatre, dance, performance, live art, circus, cabaret or ‘made for digital’. We are also interested in performance work that straddles and embraces a number of different artform approaches.

    For more information and details on how to apply, please visit our website.

    CONTACT
    email hello@horizonshowcase.uk
    website https://www.horizonshowcase.uk/participate-in-horizon21
    tel 0203 488 862

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.5) Physical Fest: Bursary for womxn from the North

    We are offering two bursaries for female physical theatre artists as part of our 2021 female focused festival to platform and highlight women. The bursary includes a £1500 grant, a performance opportunity as part of the festival, and mentoring if required.

    This opportunity is for female identifying artists at any stage of their career, and can be to develop an existing performance, or to try out a new idea for either, outdoor, digital or intimate performance.

    The deadline to apply is Wednesday 28th April, 5pm.

    Physical Fest is an International Theatre Festival is hosted by Tmesis Theatre in Liverpool and celebrates the rich variety of contemporary physical theatre and is supported by The Arts Council of England.

    CONTACT
    email elinor@tmesistheatre.com
    website https://www.tmesistheatre.com/physical-fest/femalebursary/
    tel 07813301517

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.6) Dunton Hills Artist Commission: Call for Proposals

    Essex Cultural Diversity Project has teamed up with Brentwood Borough Council to create a new opportunity for artists. We are looking for creative responses to the evolving development of a new Garden Village on land at Dunton Hills, a site that sits within the Brentwood Borough but is also very close to Basildon and areas of Thurrock.

    Essex Cultural Diversity Project commissions provide an opportunity for creative practitioners to not only create new work, but also explore diversity and develop their socially engaged and participatory practices. The projects capture the spirit of place, connect communities and give people a platform to tell their stories in their own words.

    For this commission we are looking for a project that will focus on the engagement process with the local community to connect them to the site and the new place.

    For more details and how to apply, visit the link below.

    CONTACT
    email jo@essexcdp.com
    website https://essexcdp.com/commission/call-for-proposals-dunton-hills/
    tel 07952563451

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.7) Liberty Open Call: Funding for D/deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent artists

    The Mayor of London is offering new funding towards Research & Development projects by London based D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent artists or organisations. £70,000 of grant funding available is for projects ranging from £3,000 to £10,000 and successful applicants will be invited to share their project’s work-in-progress as part of Lewisham’s London Borough of Culture Opening event in January 2022.

    Proposals are invited for engaging and thought-provoking projects suitable for outdoor, indoor or digital presentation. All artforms are welcome, including music, visual art, comedy, poetry, street theatre and dance, digital art, participatory installations, workshops and other events.

    Applications are welcomed until 30 June 2021. Further information is available on the website in a variety of formats including Easy Read format and BSL captioned video.


    CONTACT
    email liberty@london.gov.uk
    website bit.ly/3tlzi79

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.8) Finborough Theatre: Etipep Playwriting Award

    If you are a UK resident who has worked in theatre for 2+ years and never had a play you’ve written professionally produced, you could win £6,000, publication of your play, a development relationship and a staged reading at the Finborough Theatre - or one of ten runner-up prizes of £300 each.

    The deadline is 11pm on Friday, 30 April 2021.


    CONTACT
    email info@etpepaward.co.uk
    website https://finboroughtheatre.co.uk/production/etpep-award-2021/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.9) Peckover House: Project Artist

    Common Ground are looking for a Theatre Practitioner to lead a project in June/July 2021 at the National Trust property, Peckover House & Garden. The artist will work with a group of young people to find creative ways to tell stories inspired by the history of the property and the objects it houses. In addition, the selected artist will work with us to create a virtual tour of Peckover House. This will include 3D scanning the objects chosen by the young people and placing them in a virtual environment that can be used to present what the young people have made. Those applying are not expected to have experience in creating virtual tours or digital interpretation; instead, their role will be to inspire the young people to discover their interests and help them to bring their creative ideas to life.

    Apply through our website

    CONTACT
    email commonground@nnfestival.org.uk
    website https://nnfcommonground.org.uk/2021/04/01/hiring/
    tel 01603877750

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.10) SHOUT Festival 2021: Call Out for Ideas

    SHOUT Festival will be back in November 2021, and we’re looking for brilliant artists and imaginative ideas to be part of our commissioned programme.

    SHOUT is the festival of queer arts and culture for Birmingham and the West Midlands. It aims to amplify the voices of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer people and communities from across our city and region, and start new conversations and tell new stories about LGBT+ life.

    CONTACT
    email shoutfestival@blgbt.org
    website https://shoutfestival.co.uk/2021/04/26/be-a-part-of-shout-festival-2021/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.11) Trinity Laban: Professional Support Grants

    The application deadline has been extended to Thursday 29 April - apply now to be considered for this grant.

    TL Ignite is a new scheme offering one-off grants of £750 and bespoke professional support that will help you develop a sustainable career and navigate a changing arts landscape.

    TL Ignite is open to dance, music and musical theatre artists over the age of 18 living in Bexley, Bromley and Southwark, as well as Trinity Laban’s home boroughs of Greenwich and Lewisham.

    You can use the financial support to invest in anything from digital equipment and website development, to training sessions and studio hire. You’ll also join a supportive community of artists where you can share knowledge.

    Applications now close midday Thursday 29 April.

    Apply and find out more go to our website.

    CONTACT
    email ignite@trinitylaban.ac.uk
    website https://www.trinitylaban.ac.uk/tl-ignite/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    B. SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/COURSES


    B.1) Artsadmin Youth

    We are recruiting a group of local young people who will:

    SHARE: a creative space where new ideas are welcome
    ATTEND: workshops, trips and events
    MEET: artists, creatives and other young people
    DEVELOP: new skills, networks and creative ideas
    The first phase of the programme runs from April 2021 until April 2022. We plan to extend this and want to build the next phase in collaboration with the group.

    Who is it for?
    We’re looking for commitment and passion. You don’t need to be the most confident, creative or loudest person in the room.

    We prioritise applications from working class people, people of colour, women, LGBTQI+ folk, disabled people and those not in education, employment or training.

    For more information, and to apply, please visit our website.

    CONTACT
    email paige@artsadmin.co.uk
    website https://www.artsadmin.co.uk/project/youth/

    B.2) Season for Exchange: 6 Months to COP26, An Alternative Briefing

    Hosted by presenter Chanté Joseph, this session includes a series of presentations on topics you might not see at Glasgow’s upcoming talks.
    We’re six months away from Glasgow hosting the UN’s COP26 talks on climate change. What sort of topics should be on the agenda? This session is an opportunity for topics and perspectives that might not make it to the main table, but are valuable and dynamic contributions to the climate justice movement.

    This event will be hosted by Chanté Joseph and features contributions from Angela Chan.

    Free to attend.

    CONTACT
    email info@seasonforchange.org.uk
    website https://bit.ly/3npFyJa

    B.3) Season for Exchange: Activation!

    A conversation with Joon Lyn Goh and Kinsi Abdulleh on community organising and the arts
    Activism is nothing unless it’s meaningfully tied to the communities it aims to serve. But how does that happen within an art context? Joon Lyn Goh and Kinsi Abdulleh, both organisers and arts workers, will be in conversation to look at their careers and approaches, and discuss co-option and activation in the arts and beyond.

    The event is free to attend.

    CONTACT
    email info@seasonforchange.org.uk
    website https://www.seasonforchange.org.uk/events/activation/

    B.4) Whitechapel Gallery: Virtual Studio Visits

    This May, join our Virtual Studio Visits curated by Whitechapel Gallery’s youth collective, Duchamp & Sons. This programme invites artists across the globe to share their creative workspaces and practices. Each visit is framed around a specific theme devised by the group: community, sustainability and the environment, music, wellbeing, identity and representation.

    These free events will take place on Zoom. Booking is required.

    CONTACT
    email duchampandsons@whitechapelgallery.org
    website https://www.whitechapelgallery.org/learn/youth/duchamp-and-sons/virtual-studio-visits/

    B.5) Whitechapel Gallery: Virtual Studio Visit with Nabihah Iqbal

    Join a free virtual studio visit with musician Nabihah Iqbal hosted by Whitechapel Gallery’s youth collective, Duchamp & Sons.

    Nabihah is a musician, DJ, producer and broadcaster from London. Her debut album, ‘Weighing of the Heart’, was released in 2017 and she is currently an artist-in-residence at Somerset House writing and recording her second album. She has hosted a bi-weekly show on NTS Radio since 2015 drawing on her studies in history and ethnomusicology to explore musical traditions and cultures without boundaries. She has also been a BBC radio resident since 2018 hosting shows on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Asian Network.

    Nabihah has collaborated with Chinese artist Zhang Ding; been commissioned by Tate to compose music for the Turner Prize; collaborated with artist Wolfgang Tillmans and was involved in a group performance at the Barbican as part of its Basquiat retrospective.

    CONTACT
    email duchampandsons@whitechapelgallery.org
    website https://www.whitechapelgallery.org/events/virtual-studio-visit-nabihah-iqbal/

    B.6) Stratford Circus: Curious creatives in Conversation

    An invitation for Artist and Creatives living or working in the London Borough of Newham, Barking & Dagenham, and Waltham Forest.

    The past year was one which forced us all to adapt as we faced the impact of COVID-19. Stratford Circus began a journey of revisioning, to explore how we will continue to work in our community and offer programmes which bring joy, draw people together and empower them through creativity in person and online.
    We recognise the importance of hearing directly from local artists and creatives, so we would like to invite you to join us at, a series of round table talks. We want to make sure we hear from artists and creatives across multiple disciplines and artists who are at different stages of their journey.

    When:
    Wednesday 5th May, 6-8pm
    Wednesday 26th May, 11am-1pm
    Wednesday 16th June, 6-8pm

    Where: Zoom,

    More information on our website.

    CONTACT
    email email@stratford-circus.com
    website https://bit.ly/3tVUwt3

    B.7) Chrysalis Arts: Art and Climate in Practice Programme

    Art & Climate in Practice is a three-week programme of events exploring the work of artists, curators and others engaged with the climate emergency and a diverse range of related issues. The programme’s focus is on the development of artists’ practice, informed by the themes and approaches which have emerged from Chrysalis Arts’ ongoing Greening Arts Practice programme. These include:

    Collaborations between artists, curators, scientists, environmentalists and other specialists

    Slow Art and artists’ deepening engagement with the natural environment

    Activism and social engagement

    Wellbeing and Creativity

    Sustainable processes and materials

    The programme will give you the chance to explore these topics in online presentations, Q&A’s and discussions and via in-person walks and workshops.



    CONTACT
    email artconnections@chrysalisarts.com
    website https://www.chrysalisarts.com/cpd/art-and-climate-in-practice

    B.8) Creative Writing Workshop: Writing the Breastfeeding Body

    Breastfeeding is traditionally associated with the female body and the body of the mother. Breastfeeding provides nourishment and protection. In addition, feminists have explored how the act of breastfeeding stimulates pleasure, pain and desire but little is known of breastfeeding as an act of resistance, both within and beyond biology. We want to hear about your breastfeeding experiences: the joys, struggles and feelings of ambivalence, your family stories, experiences unique to your gender identity, your culture, heritage or personal circumstances. Come and share your stories and hear others’ that might surprise you, about breastfeeding as resistant practice and breastfeeding beyond the conventional. We welcome all stories, across diverse communities, marginalised experiences and across different generations. We hope you can join us.

    The workshop will be co-hosted by NTU's Postcolonial Studies Centre writer-in-residence Eve Makis and Maud Lannen. All levels welcome. To find out more and to book, please follow link below.

    CONTACT
    email mlann001@gold.ac.uk
    website https://bit.ly/2R2yPJ4

    B.9) Creative Youth: So You Wanna Perform at a Festival

    Register now for Creative Youth's FREE webinar exploring how to get ready for festival season as part of our 'So You Wanna Work In the Arts' series.

    We will be joined by a range of industry professionals from the festival scene exploring how to stand out in applications, building audiences and the importance of adaptability in these current set of changing circumstances.

    Join the discussion on Mon 17 May, 7pm.

    CONTACT
    email marketing@creativeyouthcharity.org
    website https://creativeyouthcharity.org/
    tel 020 8549 212

    B.10) D&AD: Free night school

    D&AD is looking to nurture the next generation of extraordinary creative thinkers through its career-making night school. By applying you are putting yourself forward for the chance to participate in a 4-month part-time programme, delivered by D&AD with Google. Shift is for self-made creatives looking to get into the advertising & design industry who are over 18 year old and don't have a degree-level qualification.

    Shift runs for 2 evenings per week and occasional Saturdays from June - September. On the programme you will work with global brands to answer creative briefs, culminating in a showcase to introduce you to the industry, with one main goal: to get you hired. Through the programme, you will be introduced to multiple creative agencies with a view to helping you establish a creative network.

    The application deadline is on Monday, 26th April 2021
    Find out more information and apply via the link below.

    CONTACT
    email shift@dandad.org
    website https://d-and-ad.typeform.com/to/mLDBfnRx

    B.11) Sounddelivery: Spokesperson Training Programme

    Are you an individual using the arts to amplify your lived experience?

    In every community there are people with lived experience of the big issues facing the UK today; from homelessness to modern slavery, domestic abuse to gang violence. Their insights could identify solutions and create lasting change. sounddelivery's new training programme aims to diversify the voices we hear in the media and make it more representative of the society we live in. sounddelivery's aim through this programme is to equip a new network of 14 leaders with the skills and confidence to share their experience, have their expertise heard more widely and ultimately drive change.

    Our successful participants will be united in using their lived experience to create a positive change in and for their communities.

    Applications are now open and will close on Friday 30th April.

    CONTACT
    email helena@sounddelivery.org.uk
    website https://bit.ly/2QWKeKt

    B.12) performance space: residential workshop with Rubiane Maia

    As part of PSX, our 10th anniversary celebrations, we have invited artist Rubiane Maia to lead a three day residential workshop in Folkestone.

    “The notion that the past is a vital force that moves incessantly inside and outside us, coexisting and actualising itself through our bodies continuously has been a fundamental aspect in my current artistic production ... My proposal is to develop an immersive and practical study around collective and individual memories using empirical exercises of telepathy and telekinesis. Throughout the workshop we will be practicing actions that involve acuteness, permanence and physical-mental resilience.”

    DATES: 21st-23rd May 2021, Folkestone
    DEADLINE: May 5th, 11pm

    The workshop is free to attend. ]ps[ will offer each participant a £100 honorarium, four nights accommodation, £10 per diems for the three workshop days, and a £20 travel stipend.

    CONTACT
    email joseph@performancespace.org
    website https://performancespace.org/PSX-Workshops

    C. WEBSITES/SERVICES


    C.1) Pablo Colella: Audience Engagement Consultant

    I am a leading arts audience engagement consultant that supports both independent artists and artist-led spaces.

    Working on the opinion that art without discovery moves nobody, and creation must be made accessible for consumption, I support clients who are looking to develop audience engagement planning for grant funding or who are working to enrich experiences, create impact and gain audience recognition for a longer term programme.

    I partner with innovative contemporary arts and artist-led spaces that are, or want to be, experimental, sustainable, collaborative, and accessible to develop their audience engagement, grow audience participation, increase reach and enrich experiences.

    Audience Development Advisor for Creative United
    UK Ambassador for the Artist Run Alliance
    Previous work includes MoMA
    Accredited arts audience researchers

    CONTACT
    email office@disconnectedbodies.co
    website https://www.disconnectedbodies.co
    tel 07952787830

    C.2) The Hour Collective: Coaching for artists by artists

    Coaching provides a supportive environment to explore thoughts and feelings, identify blocks, gain insights and take action. We work with all artists including visual artists, writers, musicians, performers, choreographers, architects, curators and designers.

    Please contact us for a free twenty minute no-commitment consultation phone call to work out whether coaching might be useful to you at this time.

    CONTACT
    email thehourcollective@gmail.com
    website https://www.thehourcollective.org

    D. JOBS AND UNPAID OPPORTUNITIES


    D.1) Artsadmin: Administrator and Receptionist

    Salary: £20,963 pro rata (based on London Living Wage at £10.85/hour)
    Contract: Permanent contract. Part-time, four days per week.
    Hours of work: 9.30am-5.30pm, Monday-Thursday. Weekly hours may vary in agreement with the post-holder.
    Location: Toynbee Studios, Aldgate East, E1 6AB
    Responsible to: Head of Operations

    Artsadmin is seeking an Administrator and Receptionist who will provide a professional, efficient and friendly welcome to all visitors to our lively building, Toynbee Studios, in person, by phone and via email. You will greet everyone warmly, including our tenants, artists, hirers and general visitors, and make them feel welcome.

    They provide administrative support to the staff team through specific duties including scheduling meetings, maintaining information, updating contacts, supporting the Buildings and Operations team and managing the Directors’ diaries.

    This role would suit someone who is highly organised, able to calmly manage competing priorities and offer excellent customer care, with a flexible and positive attitude.

    CONTACT
    email admin@artsadmin.co.uk
    website https://www.artsadmin.co.uk/about/jobs/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.2) Artsadmin: Kitchen Assistant

    Salary: £11,284 based on London Living Wage at £10.85/hr x 20 hours per week. (London Living Wage usually increases in November of each year)
    Contract period: Permanent, part-time
    Hours of work: This is a .5 position for 20 hours per week. Normally Monday to Friday 10.30am – 2.30pm.
    Location: Toynbee Studios, Aldgate East, E1 6AB
    Responsible to: Arts Bar and Café Supervisor. Part of the Operations team.

    The Kitchen Assistant will join the Arts Bar and Café at Toynbee Studios, which offers vegetarian menu, at an exciting time contributing creatively to its reopening. You will need to be energetic, hard-working and happy to work in a small team of two people. This is an opportunity for a catering professional at an early stage in their career to develop their skills in a vibrant arts context.

    The Kitchen Assistant will contribute to the smooth running of Artsadmin’s catering operation including café service and events.

    CONTACT
    email admin@artsadmin.co.uk
    website https://www.artsadmin.co.uk/about/jobs/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.3) Artsadmin: Fundraising Associate

    Freelance contract
    Fee: £7,000
    Length of contract: Estimated at around 25 days between May – June 2021, with potential opportunity for future work.
    Location: Remote working
    Responsible to: Directors and Head of Marketing and Development

    Artsadmin is looking for a freelance Fundraising Associate to work with us to create a long-term fundraising strategy and a case for support that align with our business plans for 2022/23 and 2023-28. We are looking for someone with a demonstrable track record of fundraising substantial amounts for artistic and capital projects. You will enhance the organisation’s knowledge and understanding of funding opportunities; update our database of trusts and foundations; research and outline approaches and support applications to trusts and foundations for capital match fundraising and a scheme will enable artists to use the spaces at Artsadmin’s home, Toynbee Studios, to develop new work.

    Please visit our website for more information and an application pack.

    CONTACT
    email admin@artsadmin.co.uk
    website https://www.artsadmin.co.uk/about/jobs/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.4) Artsadmin: Producer Fellowship

    Salary: £5,642 for 3-month contract (£22,568 per annum, London Living Wage)
    Length of contract: 3 months, mid-June – mid-September 2021
    Hours: Full time. 8 hours per day with an hour for lunch, between 9:30am-6:30pm, Monday-Friday, with time off in lieu given for evening meetings and events.
    Leave Entitlement: 5 days plus bank holidays over 3 months
    Location: Toynbee Studios, E1 6AB

    The Producer Fellowship is a learning opportunity for someone with a keen interest and some experience in the arts. You’ll be able to sharpen your training and skills through direct involvement across Artsadmin’s arts programming and producing activity as we reactivate and reopen our building, Toynbee Studios. You will gain an insight into producing arts events and programmes, experience of working in a small, busy and creative team and the opportunity to be mentored by experienced arts workers.

    CONTACT
    email admin@artsadmin.co.uk
    website https://www.artsadmin.co.uk/about/jobs/#ProducerFellowship
    tel 020732922921

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.5) Unlimited: Website Designer

    We know Unlimited needs to develop a website which better communicates our brand and delivers an improved user experience, meeting the needs of our different audience groups. We want a site that allow users to quickly and easily find content that’s relevant to them.

    Specific objectives include:

    a site that communicates Unlimited’s vision, values, and key messages effectively and with impact
    a design that makes it clear what Unlimited offers to various audiences
    a highly accessible site which meets the needs of a diverse and inclusive user base, including users with a range of access needs
    ensuring relevant information is easy to find
    encouraging users to engage with Unlimited through clear calls to action
    We are looking for someone to work collaboratively with us to understand and scope out our requirements and help find the best solutions to meet our objectives rather than someone to go off and design something without our involvement.

    CONTACT
    email sam@samscottowood.com
    website https://weareunlimited.org.uk/wanted-a-new-unlimited-website/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.6) Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme: Artistic Associates

    RTYDS is looking for two part-time Artistic Associates to work closely with us over 12-months, with a salary of £13,000.

    As a company, we want to make working in theatre as a director or theatre maker more accessible and for the routes in to be more transparent. A central aim of our program is to enable and encourage those who don’t see themselves currently represented to take that first step into theatre.

    In close collaboration with the Artistic Associates, we want to discover how we can best reach those directors and theatre makers that experience barriers and inequality because of race, gender identity, educational background, class or disability.

    You will be confident in your practice and be happy to share your experience, skills and knowledge through running workshops, offering one to one chats and facilitating spaces for discussion.

    More information on our website.


    CONTACT
    email rtyds@rtyds.co.uk
    website https://www.rtyds.co.uk/artistic-associates/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.7) Assemble: Freelance Producer

    Assemble is looking for a freelance Producer to support the Research and Development of a major project commissioned by Festival UK* 2022, a collection of large-scale public engagement projects.

    Our team includes Turner Prize winning collective Assemble, scientists and philosophers from the Universities of Sussex and Glasgow and Grammy-nominated Composer Jon Hopkins. We are developing an immersive experience exploring the wonder of the human mind through architecture, neuroscience, technology, light and sound.

    The freelance Producer will work closely with project Director Jennifer Crook on the planning and delivery of the project R&D, alongside the wider creative team.

    The contract runs from May to August with a fee of £12,000.

    Please email us for a job description and information on how to apply.

    CONTACT
    email f22@assemblestudio.co.uk

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.8) Popelei: Freelance Producer

    We’re looking for a Freelance Producer to work closely with us on a hugely vibrant, joyful and transitional year for our award-winning theatre and performance company. This one year contract is part-time and remote, so you can be based anywhere in the UK.

    Contract: Freelance, fixed term contract.

    Timescale: 1 year. There is potential for this role to expand into a longer term contract or post.

    Working: 2 days per week. Days / times of work agreed to suit you, but you will need some flexibility to be able to respond to messages during busy periods.

    Project fee: £15,040 (based on £160/day rate)

    Location: Remote.

    Deadline: Please apply by Monday 3rd May 2021 - 10pm.

    CONTACT
    email hellopopelei@gmail.com
    website www.popelei.com/jobs

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.9) Arika: Programme Producer

    The Programme Producer is a key role at Arika, working with the team to transform programme ideas into practical projects. Working collaboratively with artists, partner organisations, community groups and freelance staff, the Producer will effectively manage the practical delivery of our programme in 2021 and early 2022.

    Key responsibilities will include production & event management, scheduling, budget management, artists and partner liaison, production staff management and recruitment, and managing access provisions.

    Arika is a political arts organisation with 18+ years of experience in delivering a variety of live art projects and festivals.

    Terms:
    Fixed term, approx. 10 months. Starting from late June / early July 2021, ending on 31st March 2022.
    Part time, 22.5 hours per week over 3 days
    Approximately £14,730 PAYE over the 10-month contract.

    Deadline for Applications: Sunday 23 May 2021

    For more information on how to apply and to download a job pack, visit our website.

    CONTACT
    email info@arika.org.uk
    website https://arika.org.uk

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.10) Liverpool Arab Arts Festival: Creative Project Producer

    Liverpool Arab Arts Festival is looking for a dynamic Creative Project Producer, who identifies as Arab, to drive forward an exciting new international project that will launch at Liverpool Arab Arts Festival 2021.

    ‘22’ will bring invite multidisciplinary artistic responses from Arab artists, activists, and creatives to the climate crisis. Our aim is to establish a creative anthology that reflects the complexities of the issues causing, and associated with, the climate crisis in the MENA region today.

    Confident in communicating in Arabic, the UK-based producer will drive forward the project by researching, developing, and creatively shaping the artistic outcomes. These will be realised both digitally and/or physically in Liverpool later in the year. It is an exciting and creative opportunity for a freelance producer to shape the project.

    Fee: £4,550.
    Duration: 35 days from May – November 2021 (fixed-term)
    Location: Remotely with Liverpool visits
    Deadline: 10am, Friday 21 May 2021.

    CONTACT
    email admin@arabicartsfestival.co.uk
    website https://www.arabartsfestival.com/work-with-us-two-new-producer-posts/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.11) Chris Goode & Company: Producer and General Manager

    Chris Goode & Company is recruiting for two key posts – a Producer and a General Manager – to support the continuing development of the company as we move towards the next phase of Arts Council England NPO.

    The post-holders will play crucial roles in the running of the company alongside artistic director / CEO Chris Goode, associate producing consultant Nick Sweeting, and new Chair of the Board Catherine Tilley. The General Manager will lead on day-to-day operations and administration, while the Producer will work principally on the development and delivery of the company’s productions and other outward-facing activity.

    Both roles are being offered at £30,000 0.5 FTE (flexible 2.5 days pw).

    For further information and application details please download the recruitment notes using the link below.

    Closing date Wednesday 5th May, 5pm.

    CONTACT
    email hello@chrisgoodeandcompany.co.uk
    website https://tinyurl.com/CGCoRecruitment2021

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.12) Julie's Bicycle: Arts Council England Programme Lead

    The Arts Council England Programme Lead manages the planning and delivery of Julie’s Bicycle’s partnership with the Arts Council. The post-holder will work alongside the Director and Managing Director of Julie’s Bicycle on the strategic planning of the programme. They will manage a small team and all activities within the programme as well as deliver key elements.

    The Programme Lead is the key point of liaison with colleagues at Arts Council England, managing relationships across the organisation and ensuring the programme meets its KPIs and communications objectives.

    This is a senior role at Julie’s Bicycle, which will contribute to Arts Council England strategy as well as wider organisational planning, alongside other programme leads.

    CONTACT
    email recruitment@juliesbicycle.com
    website https://juliesbicycle.com/people/work-with-us/
    tel 0208 746 040

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.13) Cheshire Dance: Festival Production Manager

    Application Deadline: Friday 14th May 2021 (Midday)
    Interviews: Monday 20th May 2021

    Cheshire Dance is looking for a highly skilled and experienced Production Manager for its large scale outdoor event, Now Northwich Festival 2021, due to take place on 2nd October. Currently in its third event, Now Northwich has in previous years attracted annual audiences in excess of 26K.

    The successful candidate will work with Cheshire Dance and the Now Northwich Steering Group, and will be responsible for:

    Phase 1 - Pre Production Planning and Covid Secure Festival Planning in June 2021 - thanks to ACE Cultural Recovery Funding.

    Phase 2 - All aspects of Festival Production Management as outlined in the complete job description - Funding Dependent.

    Full details of the project role can be found on our website.

    CONTACT
    email suzi@cheshiredance.org
    website www.cheshiredance.org/nownorthwich/jobs.html
    tel 01606861770

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.14) Performance Space: Company Coordinator

    ]ps[ is hiring a freelance Company Coordinator.

    1 day per week, £15 per hour. This is initially a one year role, based in London.

    Responsibilities include working on communications, digital, project delivery, evaluation, research and programming, beginning with PSX, our tenth anniversary project.

    We would like to meet emerging freelancers, producers, curators and artists looking to gain experience in arts admin, organising and producing performance art.

    Deadline 11th June. Please be in touch with questions and applications.

    CONTACT
    email joseph@performancespace.org
    website https://performancespace.org/team-and-jobs

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.15) Rich Mix: Duty Manager

    Rich Mix is recruiting a Duty Manager to motivate and lead the Visitor Services team in order to deliver excellent customer service.

    While on shift, the Duty Manager has overall responsibility for upholding Rich Mix policy to ensure the health and safety of staff and visitors to the venue. They also ensure the smooth running of the whole operation and accurate completion of daily reporting.

    You can download the job description – featuring key responsibilities and the person specification, summarising terms & conditions, with details on how to apply – via the black downloads block on the Rich Mix website.

    Please also complete our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form. This information will be kept confidential and will be used in the progress towards widening diversity among our work force.

    This job is based in London.

    Application deadline: 21 May 2021, 12pm

    Interview week: w/c 31 May 2021

    CONTACT
    email recruitment@richmix.org.uk
    website https://richmix.org.uk/jobs/duty-manager-2/
    tel 020 7613 749

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.16) Chalk Line: Technical Stage Manager

    Chalk Line are seeking a proactive Technical Stage Manager for rehearsals, tech, and a small summer tour of their award-winning play ‘The Nobodies’ written by Amy Guyler.

    Essential:
    -Has demonstrable experience of leading a get in/get out
    -Is experienced in rigging, focusing and ETC programming
    -Highly competent with Q-Lab and the use of varying sound desks
    -Able to adjust and reprogram lighting and sound design plans when met with implications at different venues
    -Has a full and clean UK drivers license (is able to hire a van)
    -Has experience in operating touring productions and working with the actors in the set up before each performance
    -Has a London base or able to easily commute to London

    Flat fee - £1000 (travel & accommodation covered). Dates - 02/06/21-06/06/21 08/06/21-11/06/21 22/06/21-23/06/21


    CONTACT
    email chalklinetheatre@gmail.com
    website https://www.mandy.com/uk/job/1410571/technical-stage-manager

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.17) Futures Theatre: Freelance Project Manager

    Freelance Project Manager - Training
    Futures Theatre is looking for an experienced, proactive Project Manager to support our training programme.
    We offer training for social workers at local authorities and Universities to support empathetic practice when working with vulnerable and/or marginalised women. We are looking for a project manager to develop an effective plan to expand and promote this work to new clients. The ideal candidate will have proven experience in sales or marketing, an understanding of health & social care settings, excellent communication skills and is able to work independently and meet deadlines.
    If you’re interested, please send a CV, short covering email, and an Equal Opportunities form (download from website) to Amanda Castro, email below.
    Fee: £200 a day
    Timescale: 14 days across May – June (with the potential to extend)

    CONTACT
    email info@futurestheatre.co.uk
    website https://www.futurestheatre.co.uk/
    tel 02079282832

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.18) The Young Vic: Head of Theatre Operations

    The Young Vic is looking for an experienced, proactive and collaborative individual to lead on the management of our building and our visitor experience.

    We are keen to hear from candidates that have a strong track record of managing Health and Safety in a busy venue and who are committed to providing anti-racist environments for all who enter our spaces.

    Salary: £40,000 - £45,000 per annum, dependent on experience.

    Contract: Permanent, Full time

    Apply by: 9am Monday 17th May 2021

    Please note we do not accept CVs for this role. For more information, and to apply, please visit our website.

    CONTACT

    website https://www.youngvic.org/about-us/jobs/head-of-theatre-operations

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.19) Protein Dance: Executive Director

    Would you like to bring your strategic and managing expertise to a dance company? This upcoming role is worth your time…

    Award-winning dance theatre company Protein is seeking an Executive Director to work closely and collaboratively with our Artistic Director Luca Silvestrini on the next phase of its development as we move to our new home at Woolwich Works, Greenwich London.

    Protein is recognised as one of the most distinctive voices in British dance theatre. Luca Silvestrini has been using a blend of original choreography, text, humour and music to entertain and provoke audiences since 1998, bringing dance theatre to venues ranging from Opera houses to community halls, schools to hospitals, and to outdoor spaces such as high-streets and parks. More recently the work has invested the digital stages worldwide.

    Closing date for applications: 10am, Mon 24 May 2021
    Initial interviews: Wed 2 June 2021

    CONTACT
    email protein@proteindance.co.uk
    website https://proteindance.co.uk/news/executive-director-vacancy2/
    tel 02083319665

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.20) Yorkshire Dance: Dance Entrepreneur (Kickstart)

    We aim to work with 6 Dance Entrepreneurs for a period of 6 months.

    The Dance Entrepreneurs will work alongside existing members of the YD team to help deliver day to day operations at Yorkshire dance whilst developing their own creative project as part of a small dance company. The purpose of this structure is to enable the job holder to become a successful independent portfolio artist at the end of the placement.

    They will be embedded in an existing team and help to deliver projects; such as the Encounters festivals, digital discursive events, professional development, residencies, youth dance events and regular participatory work or building hire and events management. This includes administrative and coordinating activity in the office alongside shadowing, observing and assisting in the studio.

    Key Dates:

    Deadline to apply: Wednesday 19th May 2021 at 5.00pm
    From these initial applications we will invite shortlisted candidates to a practical workshop day where we get to know each other better. This workshop will take place on Wednesday 26th may 2021, 10am – 5pm.

    From that workshop day we aim to select 6 people who can start week of 7th June 2021.

    CONTACT
    email admin@yorkshiredance.com
    website https://yorkshiredance.com/kickstart-dance-entrepreneur-apply/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.21) Yorkshire Dance: Dance Artists

    Yorkshire Dance is launching a new project titled ‘Company of People’ with support of Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Creative Europe.

    Company of People is a 3-year project which explores the creation of a community performance company representing the intersections of ages, genders, abilities and ethnic backgrounds.

    The project is rooted in the communities of Chapeltown and Harehills and works closely with four key partners: RJC Dance, Feel Good Factor, House of Flava and Space2.

    We are particularly interested in applicants from underrepresented intersections of gender and race. In particular we are interested in hearing from dance artists with all African, African Caribbean or all Asian heritage, which reflects the diverse ethnicities represented in the Chapeltown and Harehills area. It is also important for us to hear from Trans, Non Binary artists and disabled artists (inclusive of mental health, neurodiversity and chronic illness.)

    CONTACT
    email admin@yorkshiredance.com
    website https://bit.ly/3vh8oy6

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.22) 2 Performers for Outdoor Touring Show for Upswing's CATCH ME

    Upswing is an award-winning contemporary circus company looking for two performers to create a second cast for Catch Me – our outdoor touring, dance/acro-balance production. Expected working days are between June and September 2021.

    Catch Me is a 15-minute duet that challenges assumptions about age, race and gender – It asks who is allowed to be vulnerable, and who do we see as strong?
    Because of the context of the piece, we are specifying ethnic/racial/gender/age identities for these two roles.

    Performer 1:
    – Male-identifying
    – A dancer or acrobat with a strong presence and partnering skills
    – Background or training in dance or circus
    – Playing age of 30 or under
    – Ethnically diverse and we particularly encourage applications from performers of Black African or Black Caribbean diaspora/heritage.

    Performer 2:
    – Female-identifying
    – A dancer
    – Playing age of 50 and over
    – Caucasian
    – Experience of partner/contact work is an advantage but is not essential.

    Deadline for applications: 14th of May, 5PM
    More via: http://upswing.org.uk/news/upswing-casting-call-out/

    CONTACT
    email projects@upswing.org.uk

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.23) Say It Again Sorry: Company Member

    We are excited to receive submissions from performers whose ethnicity is currently underrepresented in the arts to join the company for their flagship show The Importance of Being... Earnest?

    The roles involve audience interaction, clowning and comedy, so it is essential that performers are comfortable with improvisation and with commanding a large audience.

    The show is programmed for
    Brighton Fringe (The Warren: The McElderry) on June 25th, 26th, 27th.
    Omnibus Theatre, London on July 3/10/17/24 9pm shows.
    All shows are profit share, with a guaranteed fee of £50 per performance. Show calls will be no longer than 3 hours.

    While the engagements are paid, we are looking for a team member not an employee. We are mainly looking for performers to collaborate with long term.

    To apply please email a CV and ideally, a link to a showreel.

    Auditions in London on May 11th/12th, location TBC.

    To learn more about how the show and company works visit our website.

    CONTACT
    email guido@sayitagainsorry.co.uk
    website www.sayitagainsorry.co.uk/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.24) Crying Out Loud: Independent Evaluator

    We are seeking an independent Evaluator for Circus Around and About, a pilot project devised by partners Crying Out Loud and Take Art and supported with project funding from Arts Council England.

    Five UK circus artists and one Moroccan artist will make a circus offer of four outdoor shows, presented as double bills, to rural promoters in the South West. The partners will support the development of the work in June, present 28 outdoor performances across the South West rural touring network this summer, and evaluate the outcomes for the benefit of all involved, the wider circus sector and rural touring networks across the UK.

    Evaluation Budget: £3,500

    CONTACT
    email sarah@cryingoutloud.org
    website https://cryingoutloud.org/we-are-looking-for-an-independent-evaluator/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.25) Pippa Wildwood: PA Role

    Pippa (age 35) has been mostly bedbound (22 hours / day) with ME/CFS since November 2018.

    The practical support she needs include: admin, meal preparation, light household duties and companionship.

    The job will be 6-10 hours / week on an ongoing basis and shift length varies from 1.5-4 hours. It would suit somebody local who can commit to a regular timetable.

    You are sensitive, receptive to feedback and have the ability to adapt to Pippa’s needs on the day. Ideally you will have some direct experience and / or knowledge of Severe ME/CFS and particularly how it can vary from hour to hour and day to day.

    Pippa is an artist, theatremaker and arts facilitator by trade so some understanding and some knowledge and interest in these areas would be great.

    CONTACT
    email pippaandm.e@yahoo.com

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.26) Shobana Jeyasingh Dance: Company Administrator

    Shobana Jeyasingh Dance is a leading contemporary dance company based in London. The Company has been making work for almost 30 years and has created work for a variety of venues and contexts including theatres, outdoor and indoor sites and on film.

    We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Company Administrator to join our team. The Company Administrator will support the effective day-to-day operation of the Company and its office, and assist other members of the team as required with specific duties in marketing (including social media), development, artistic production and learning.

    For a full job description and person specification please visit our website.

    To apply, please send a CV, cover letter (no more than one side of A4) and completed equal opportunities monitoring form to: Lise Smith, Company Manager using the email address below.

    Interviews will be held on a rolling basis, so we advise to get your applications in quickly.

    CONTACT
    email admin@shobanajeyasingh.co.uk
    website https://www.shobanajeyasingh.co.uk/explore/vacancy-company-administrator/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.27) Bidston Observatory Artistic Research Centre: Steward

    We are currently looking for a new Steward. This is a freelance contract for 6 months
    2 days per week (16 hours) & 2 overnight sleep-ins, billable at £260 p/w. There may be additional hours available as necessary to fulfil the scope of responsibilities within the post. This job involves some weekend and evening work, on a rota basis. BOARC is an autonomous space run by the people who founded it, and you would be joining as part of the small team. The Stewarding role requires a range of soft skills, practical capabilities, and hands-on health & safety duties. Stewards will need to be responsive and flexible as part of this role, interested in the project as an experiment, as well as being aligned to the project’s values. We are a LGBTQ+ team with neuro-diverse members, actively non-racist, with an accountability policy. Please see website for more details.

    CONTACT
    email enquiries@bidstonobservatory.org
    website www.bidstonobservatory.org/?opportunities
    tel 07385296328

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.28) Cheek by Jowl: Trustees

    Cheek by Jowl is seeking new trustees to expand the breadth of skills and diversity on their Board.
    The company is interested in meeting candidates who have a passion for theatre and live performance, and who are keen to champion Cheek by Jowl’s work and international outlook as well as collaborations and partnerships.

    Candidates will be invited to an interview on the week commencing Monday 24 May, with a second round of interviews taking place on the week commencing Tuesday 1 June.

    CONTACT
    email niamh@cheekbyjowl.com
    website https://www.cheekbyjowl.com/about/working-with-us/
    tel +44 (0) 7494

    This is an unpaid opportunity.

    D.29) The Lyric Hammersmith: Trustees

    The Lyric Hammersmith is one of the UK’s leading producing theatres. The Lyric produces world class theatre from the heart of Hammersmith, the theatre’s home for more than a hundred and twenty five years. The theatre has gained a national reputation for its work in forging pathways into the arts for young talent from all backgrounds.

    We are looking to appoint new Trustees to join the existing Board for an initial three-year term. The newly appointed Trustees will support the Chair and offer their expertise and guidance to our Artistic Director and Chief Executive, Rachel O’Riordan. The Lyric has a bold artistic vision and an ambitious and robust business plan for the next 2 years as we look forward to reopening in June 2021 and reengaging with audiences, artists and our community.

    CONTACT
    email jobs@lyric.co.uk
    website https://lyric.co.uk/our-home/about-us/work-with-us/
    tel 020 8741 682

    This is an unpaid opportunity.

    D.30) Vital Xposure Theatre: Chair of Board of Trustees

    Vital Xposure, the disabled-led national touring theatre company and Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation, is known for developing hidden voices and telling extraordinary stories.

    We are seeking a new Chair to support Artistic Director, Simon Startin, Vital Xposure’s Team and lead the Board of five committed Directors to oversee the growth of the Company through its next exciting decade.

    We are interested in hearing from forward thinking individuals from diverse backgrounds, particularly from people who identify as Deaf, disabled and/or Neurodivergent, who would like to play an important role in supporting Vital Xposure’s future direction.

    Deadline for applications: Wednesday 2 June 2021
    Interviews: on or around Wednesday 21 July 2021

    To download the Information Pack with details how to apply, please go to our website.

    CONTACT
    email intouch@vitalxposure.co.uk
    website https://www.vitalxposure.co.uk/chair-vacancy-2021/
    tel 02081239945

    This is an unpaid opportunity.

    E. LONELY ARTS


    E.1) Studio: Peckham

    To Rent in a Peckham Garden, as part of a creative hub, 2 mins, Queens Rd Peckham Station.
    7 m2 space, Architect designed.
    Full wi-fi, heat and electrics included.
    Access to adjoining building for other facilities.
    Would suit creative Writer or Composer with a commitment to work here at least 3/4 days a week, and to interact with like minded creative souls in the adjoining building.
    £200 + vat / month all included.

    CONTACT
    email info@m2gallery.com
    website https://m2gallery.com
    tel 0207 771 160