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Issue No. 793
Compiled and edited by Emily Bird, Artsadmin

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CONTENTS


  • A. FUNDING/COMMISSIONS/PLATFORMS/CALLS FOR ARTISTS
  • A.1) New Contemporaries: Submissions for Bloomberg New Contemporaries
  • A.2) British Council: Open Call Curator British Pavilion Venice
  • A.3) British Council: Open Call for Short Story Writers
  • A.4) British Council: Open Call Indonesia Residency
  • A.5) Altofest: International Call Out
  • A.6) London Symphony Orchestra: Call Out for Composers

  • B. SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/COURSES
  • B.1) Artswork: Artswork Essentials Package
  • B.2) Grace Grace Grace: How Do I Look
  • B.3) Misha Horacek & Antonio de la Fe: Facilitated Openlab
  • B.4) Sara Sassanelli & James Morgan: Coffee Morning, Wants/ Needs & Aesthetics
  • B.5) Write & Shine's: Creative Writing Winter Season

  • C. WEBSITES/SERVICES
  • C.1) Arts Support Services

  • D. JOBS AND UNPAID OPPORTUNITIES
  • D.1) PEER: Curator for Local Audiences
  • D.2) HOME: Project Coordinator
  • D.3) Pentabus Theatre Company: Freelance Producer
  • D.4) Battersea Arts Centre: Producing Assistant
  • D.5) Access All Areas: Finance Officer
  • D.6) Index: Interim Head of Strategic Events & Partnerships
  • D.7) Manipulate Theatre: Marketing Placement
  • D.8) Complicité: Administrator
  • D.9) Almeida: General Administrator
  • D.10) Almeida: General Assistant
  • D.11) Claire Cunningham: Open Call for Male Disabled Dancer
  • D.12) Claire Cunningham: Open Call for Trans Disabled Dancer
  • D.13) Tmesis Theatre: Call for Male Physical Performer
  • D.14) Arnolfini: Vistor Experience Volunteers
  • D.15) Orleans House Gallery: Arts Education Voluntary Placement

  • E. LONELY ARTS
  • E.1) En-suite Room in Clapton, Next to Parks
  • E.2) Lovely Double Room, Stoke Newington
  • E.3) Lovely Room Seeks new Tenant
  • E.4) Studio Space Available, SE17
  • E.5) Studio Space Available, SE1
  • E.6) Desk Space / Studio Share
  • A. FUNDING/COMMISSIONS/PLATFORMS/CALLS FOR ARTISTS


    A.1) New Contemporaries: Submissions for Bloomberg New Contemporaries

    Since 1949, New Contemporaries has organised an annual, open submission, touring exhibition for current and recent graduates. This high-profile platform has become nationally recognised as a barometer of work emerging from UK art schools.

    Following the success of Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017 at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and BALTIC 39, and in advance of its tour to Block 336, London, from 27 January 2018, submissions to take part in the 2018 exhibition will open 10am, 4 December 2017.

    New Contemporaries is an educational charity (No. 1013848). The administrative costs associated with giving proper attention to the huge number of submissions we receive each year mean that we must charge an application fee. The charge is currently £25.

    For full guidelines and for application procedures and final submissions please follow this link: http://www.newcontemporaries.org.uk/about/submissions

    From 10am, 4 December 2017, artists will be able to submit their work online via this link: http://submissions.newcontemporaries.org.uk/


    CONTACT
    email submissions@newcontemporaries.org.uk
    website www.newcontemporaries.org.uk/about/submissions

    This is an unpaid opportunity.

    A.2) British Council: Open Call Curator British Pavilion Venice

    The British Council is inviting UK-based curators to apply to curate the British Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, in 2019.

    This is the first time that the British Council has created a curatorial opportunity attached to the British Pavilion exhibition as part of the Venice Art Biennale. The successful applicant will gain access to the British Council's global audiences and extensive international networks, and a valuable opportunity to launch or enhance their international career. Working closely with the artist representing Britain, as well as the British Council team, they will deliver an exceptional exhibition and associated programme of talks and events at the world's most prestigious contemporary art event.

    Fee: £10,000
    Deadline: 3 December 2017
    Open to: curators living and working in the UK, currently employed by a non-profit UK-based arts organisation


    CONTACT
    email UKVenice2019@britishcouncil.org
    website https://venicebiennale.britishcouncil.org/2019-open-call?_ga=2.26922996.818320100.1511957335-2087031423.1505901632

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.3) British Council: Open Call for Short Story Writers

    The British Council in Turkey aims to build a bridge between Turkish and UK writers, facilitate dialogue between literary professionals in both countries, and create a platform to showcase works by Turkish and British writers to new audiences.

    To support this initiative, the British Council is launching a short story competition, on the theme of ‘diversity’, in partnership with two literary institutions: ITEF -Istanbul Tanpınar Literature Festival in Turkey, and Word Factory in the UK.

    Winning stories will be published on a new British Council digital platform, alongside specially-commissioned stories by established authors from Turkey and the UK. All the stories will be translated into the other language (English/Turkish).

    Deadline for applications is by midnight 31 December 2017.

    CONTACT
    email services@britishcouncil.org.tr
    website https://www.britishcouncil.org.tr/en/programmes/arts/discover?WT.mc_id=Discover_UK_Promotion&_ga=2.269142072.818320100.1511957335-2087031423.1505901632

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.4) British Council: Open Call Indonesia Residency

    BOM (Birmingham Open Media), Lifepatch (a citizen arts - science - technology organisation in Yogyakarta, Indonesia) and The British Council are working together to foster new female-led practice with creative technology. The project Sarinah, apa kabarmu? (Sarinah, how are you?) aims to stimulate new creative practice and build relationships between practitioners and organisations in the UK and Indonesia.

    We are inviting proposals from UK-based practitioners whose experience with creative technology might include digital performance, interactive fiction, experimental games, programmable technologies or social enterprise.

    The practitioner will receive a fee of £5,000. This is in addition to flights and accommodation, which will be covered separately. The fee is based on 20 days @ £250, over four-weeks.

    Deadline for Proposals: 5pm on Friday 8 December 2017

    CONTACT
    email kate@bom.org.uk
    website https://creativeconomy.britishcouncil.org/blog/17/11/16/open-call-indonesia-residency/?_ga=2.260826308.818320100.1511957335-2087031423.1505901632

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.5) Altofest: International Call Out

    ALTOFEST 2018 – 8th Edition
    TO GIVE RISE TO a Human/Urban Regeneration

    29th June > 8th July NAPOLI

    Residency + Program

    We invite you to send us your proposal
    Deadline 7th January 2018

    Proposals have to be sent filling the online form, that you will find at the previous link: http://bit.ly/altofest18eng

    For further information and/or questions, please write to info@altofest.net

    CONTACT
    email info@altofest.net
    website www.altofest.net
    tel +39 320 27 9

    This is a paid opportunity.

    A.6) London Symphony Orchestra: Call Out for Composers

    The LSO are recruiting six composers to explore composing for one of the world’s leading symphony orchestras!

    We particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups including composers from outside the Western classical tradition, BAME composers (black, Asian and minority ethnic) and female composers.

    Each selected composer will receive a bursary of £1,000 + travel costs and be supported over twelve months with access to mentors/tutors, workshops from LSO players and access to LSO rehearsals and concerts, enabling each composer to experiment with and develop their orchestral writing skills.

    The scheme culminates with a public workshop in March 2019 where each three minute work will be rehearsed by conductor François-Xavier Roth and the LSO at LSO St Luke’s, London.

    To be eligible, you must:
    - Be over 18
    - Be a British national, studying in the UK or resident in the UK for at least three years
    - Not have already worked with a professional symphony orchestra

    Deadline: 13th December 2017

    CONTACT
    email natalia.franklinpierce@lso.co.uk
    website https://lso.co.uk/more/news/755-lso-panufnik-composers-scheme-now-open-for-applications-for-for-2018.html
    tel 07708224509

    This is a paid opportunity.

    B. SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/COURSES


    B.1) Artswork: Artswork Essentials Package

    This course takes place across 3 dates from 10am-4:15pm on 22nd January, 15th March and 16th May 2018.

    Combining three essential courses for safe working practices when working with children and young people, the 'Artswork Essentials' package is jam packed with up to the minute legislative information, tools for inclusive practice and creative approaches to promoting well-being.

    Courses in the Artswork Essentials package can also be booked individually – for more information on each, please use the links below:

    Child Protection & Safeguarding - 22nd January 2018
    Prevent - 15th March 2018
    Equality & Diversity - 16th May 2018

    Trainer: Lesley Wood

    English National Youth Arts Network subscribers receive an exclusive 10% discount - subscribe here.

    For more information on our open courses please contact our Learning and Skills Administrator Rosie via rosiecooke@artswork.org.uk and to find out about booking this course as in-house training please contact MirandaHewitt-Green@artswork.org.uk. Limited bursaries are also available - contact us for details.

    CONTACT
    email rosiecooke@artswork.org.u
    website https://www.eventbrite.com/e/artswork-essentials-package-tickets-39399634367

    B.2) Grace Grace Grace: How Do I Look

    Apply: https://grace.submittable.com/submit

    Grace (GraceGraceGrace.eu) is investigating modes of being/doing/inhabiting middle age!

    If you identify as older and as a woman, join us (7 Feb to 2 March) at Guest Projects (1 Andrews Road E8 4QL) as we explore the experience of middle age, acting as art sleuths, getting to the bottom of how we are perceived and perceive ourselves.

    Three days a week (noon-6pm) workshops, talks, screenings and performance... from make-up to how we dress. We will devise and perform pieces for a final cabaret open to the public. Our work will be documented for a follow-on publication—all participants will be acknowledged/included and receive copies.

    We are striving for a diverse group: deaf and disability communities (the space is wheel chair accessible); LGBTQI women; BAME women; regardless of immigration status.

    No application fee.

    Applications up to 01 Jan 2018; selected participants notified early in 2018.

    CONTACT
    email alborteresa@hotmail.com
    website www.GraceGraceGrace.eu
    tel 447889558746

    B.3) Misha Horacek & Antonio de la Fe: Facilitated Openlab

    Next ‘Facilitated OL ’ by Misha Horacek, co-facilitated by Antonio de la Fe will be on Friday 8 December 2017 at Chisenhale Dance Space – Research Studio, 10 AM-1 PM.

    How do we arrive? How do we experience the movement of Time through the feeling body? What are the qualities we want to move towards in our own life and creation?

    Using movement, sound, sculpture and writing – expand and bring desire and flexibility ​back into your temporal motion.

    ​For this session, we will follow a score by Czech-Canadian performance artist Misha Horacek​​ to research aspects of​ ​the Planetary Dance, and​ ​inspired by work with Anna Halprin and Helen Poynor​. The session will be​​ ​facilitated​ by Antonio ​d​e la Fe​.

    The sessions function on a pay-what-you-can contribution basis to cover expenses and as an incentive for the session's facilitator. We suggest a £7 contribution for the ‘Facilitated OL’ sessions.

    CONTACT
    email antonio.delafeguedes@gmail.com
    website www.chisenhaledancespace.co.uk/classes/facilitated-openlab-with-antonio-de-la-fe/
    tel 02089816617

    B.4) Sara Sassanelli & James Morgan: Coffee Morning, Wants/ Needs & Aesthetics

    Hosted by Sara Sassanelli & James Morgan

    Chisenhale Dance Space, 64-84 Chisenhale Rd, London E3 5QZ
    Tuesday 5 December
    11am – 2pm-ish
    Always free

    How can making work be a vehicle for representing wants/needs/desires instead of recreating structures dictated by capitalism & neoliberalism. We have some thoughts and provocations we are interested in engaging with during the morning:

    * What are your current wants and needs
    * What happens when institutions co-opt the wants and needs of artists and use them as currency and resource
    * How do you articulate your wants and needs physically and how do they manifest in the aesthetics your work produce
    * What kind of myths chase you when you are making work
    * How do these myths live on in aesthetics
    is work you have seen or have made offering you new structures or frameworks
    * Does desire relate to entitlement
    * Is desire something one values when creating or witnessing performance
    * Is desire valued in general

    CONTACT
    email hamishmacpherson.x@gmail.com
    website https://rantchateat.wordpress.com/

    B.5) Write & Shine's: Creative Writing Winter Season

    Write & Shine embraces morning creativity. Our programme of morning creative writing activities take place every week in peaceful London locations & online.

    Research shows we’re more creative in the morning. When we wake, we’re incredibly sensitive to the sights & sounds of our environment. It’s the best time to think, dream & imagine. Writing early captures all kinds of ideas before your inner critic rears its head.

    We're entering into the darkest & coldest months of the year, so we have a lovely winter season planned to keep you all motivated & inspired. We'll be running warm & cosy workshops on a range of seasonal themes, such as the winter solstice, New Year writing resolutions & the joy of snow.

    Join us to discover how your mornings can be more productive & creative this winter.

    Find out more at: www.write-and-shine.com

    CONTACT
    email hello@write-and-shine.com
    website https://write-and-shine.com

    C. WEBSITES/SERVICES


    C.1) Arts Support Services

    Arts support services available in and out of London. I work to support the instigating and continuation of ideas/practices through mentoring and administrative/organisational support.

    You may have had a period of inactivity or are starting a new practice, and need advice on instigating a project,support to build confidence in your ideas, and someone to bounce ideas off and unpick an idea with - developing something from ground up. You may have a more developed idea that you would like administrative support with, or someone to assist you with proposals, research or funding applications.

    With continued experience in developing artist led spaces, projects and exhibitions, I am passionate about supporting artists/makers with varying starting points or ideas to continue, develop or begin a practice. For more information please get in touch.

    Reasonable Rates & Discounts for those on low income.

    CONTACT
    email space4artspace@gmail.com
    website arts-support.tumblr.com/

    D. JOBS AND UNPAID OPPORTUNITIES


    D.1) PEER: Curator for Local Audiences

    PEER is seeking to employ a dedicated, ambitious and passionate individual to join this acclaimed small-scale arts organisation at a key moment in its development. The principle objective of the role will be to build on past local programmes and to research, plan, organise, fundraise and support the delivery of a strategic and innovative programme of projects and events in partnership with local people.

    Three days per week
    Salary £17.7k (£27.5k pro rata, 24 hours per week)
    Permanent (after initial three-month review)

    to find out more about the role please visit our website:

    http://www.peeruk.org/opportunity-curator-local-audiences/

    CONTACT
    email info@peeruk.org
    website www.peeruk.org/opportunity-curator-local-audiences/
    tel 02077398080

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.2) HOME: Project Coordinator

    Rifco Arts is looking for a people person with excellent organisational and administrative skills to join the HOME Slough team. HOME Slough is one of 21 independent Creative People and Places organisations in the UK. It is part of a ground-breaking national initiative to get more people choosing, creating and taking part in brilliant art experiences in the places where they live.

    You’ll be responsible for providing overall administrative and operational support to ensure that our programme is the best that it can be. A real team player, your attention to detail will be matched by your ability to work behind the scenes to ensure the successful delivery of our work with our partners, artists and with audiences.

    This is a part time, fixed term position, 3 days a week, until December 2018.

    Deadline 11 December 2017
    Interviews 19 December 2017
    Salary: £18,000pa pro-rata

    For more information please visit www.rifcoarts.com/join-us/jobs

    CONTACT
    email jobs@rifcoarts.com
    website http:www.rifcoarts.com/join-us/jobs
    tel 01753571093

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.3) Pentabus Theatre Company: Freelance Producer

    We are looking for Freelance Producer to manage our spring tour, Here I Belong by Matt Hartley.

    Please see the link below for full details of the role. If you would like to speak to our Producer, Jenny, to find out more, please email her at jenny@pentabus.co.uk (link sends e-mail) to arrange a time to speak.

    For full job description visit our website: www.pentabus.co.uk/news

    Deadline: 8th December 2017

    Fee: £3000

    CONTACT
    email jenny@pentabus.co.uk
    website www.pentabus.co.uk/news
    tel 01584 856564

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.4) Battersea Arts Centre: Producing Assistant

    Battersea Arts Centre has an exciting opportunity for a recent graduate to undertake a 12 month work-based training placement as a Producing Assistant (Cook Up & BAC Moving Museum), supported by Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries Programme.

    The Producing Assistant (Cook Up & BAC Moving Museum) will work with producers and project managers on Cook Up, our regular seasons of theatre shows and live performances; and BAC Moving Museum, a strand of work encompassing performances, installations, workshops, tours and talks inspired by our building’s radical history, the BAC Archive and the Wandsworth Borough Collection.

    The Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries Programme supports paid placements, aimed specifically at recent graduates from low-income backgrounds, looking to start a career in the arts. Before you fill out an application form, please ensure you meet the all the criteria.

    CONTACT
    email recruitment@bac.org.uk
    website https://www.bac.org.uk/content/44393/about/jobs__opportunities/jobs_/producing_assistant_cook_up__bac_moving_museum
    tel 02073262228

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.5) Access All Areas: Finance Officer

    Scope: To administrate the financial operations of Access All Areas and to support the Executive Producer and Treasurer in the organisation’s financial management, budgeting, reporting and compliance

    Salary: £25,500 per annum pro-rata, based on two to three days per week.

    Deadline: Monday 11th December 2017 at noon.

    To apply and for more information: www.accessallareastheatre.org/jobs-volunteer/

    CONTACT
    email max@accessallareastheatre.org
    website www.accessallareastheatre.org/jobs-volunteer/
    tel 02076136445

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.6) Index: Interim Head of Strategic Events & Partnerships

    Location: London, UK

    Salary: £28,000 to £31,500 pro rata

    Contract: Maternity cover (9 months, to start mid/late February 2018)

    Hours: 4 days per week.

    THE ROLE

    We are looking for a dynamic and highly organised individual to lead Index on Censorship’s thriving events programme, maintain existing partnership relationships and actively seek and secure new relationships.

    The interim head of strategic events and partnerships will be skilled in producing and programming unique events, from panel discussions to creative workshops, that showcase Index’s work, promote debate on freedom of expression and encourage a diverse audience. You will pick up the reins from our current manager and will lead on producing and managing the final stages of our biggest annual event, the Freedom of Expression Awards Fellowship Gala in April 2018.

    Closing Date: Dec 11th, 3pm.

    Interviews: Dec 18th

    To apply please send CV and 1 page covering letter to rosie@indexoncensorship

    CONTACT
    email rosie@indexoncensorship.co.uk
    website https://www.indexoncensorship.org/jobs/

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.7) Manipulate Theatre: Marketing Placement

    This year manipulate is recruiting a marketing placement to play a key role in the delivery of the 2018 Festival’s online marketing campaign and digital voice, as well as managing press coverage and aiding with logistics during the festival.

    This opportunity is available to anyone whether you’ve just graduated, or are looking for more experience, to expand your network, or would benefit from seeing some ground breaking visual theatre and exceptional animated film.

    We offer flexible working at one-day a week on the run up to the festival. We require full-time during the festival and then two days post-festival for evaluation. We will wherever possible work around your existing work obligations.

    Due to the timing and consent of some of the performances, candidates must be over 18.

    To apply, please read the Marketing Placement Job Description and fill-out the Marketing Placement Application Form, attaching a current CV to Melanie Purdie, Festivals & Projects Manager, melanie@puppetanimation.org

    Deadline: Friday 8 December 2017, 10.00am.

    Interviews will be held 13 December 2017 at Summerhall.

    CONTACT
    email melanie@puppetanimation.org
    website manipulatefestival.org/get-involved/volunteers/
    tel 01315601298

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.8) Complicité: Administrator

    Complicité seeks a bright, fast-learning Administrator to join its busy office team.

    You will be an organised and resourceful individual with the ability to remain calm under pressure. You will have a superb telephone manner, excellent administrative skills and an enthusiasm for theatre and the arts. We are looking for a team player with a good sense of humour and a flexible approach to work.

    This is a six month fixed term position (full time) to start early January 2018.

    Salary £24,000 per annum

    Visit www.complicite.org/current-home.php for an application pack

    To apply for this position please send your CV and a covering letter explaining your suitability for the role, to Judith Dimant, Executive Producer jobs@complicite.org no later than 5pm on Monday 4 December. Interviews will take place w/c 18 December.

    CONTACT
    email jobs@complicite.org
    website www.complicite.org/current-home.php
    tel 020 7485 770

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.9) Almeida: General Administrator

    General Administrator

    The General Administrator is a key member of the General Management team and supports the general running of the Almeida Theatre offices and buildings. This role provides administrative and operational support on a day to day basis for the general management of the company. Additionally the role has specific responsibility for the administration of all human resources (HR) for the company including the recruitment, induction, training, development and welfare of all employees.

    Deadline for applications is at 5pm, Friday 8 December
    *Interviews to take place on Tuesday 19 December

    Salary £26,000 - £28,000 per annum

    Please visit the Almeida Website for more information - https://almeida.co.uk/working-at-the-almeida

    CONTACT
    email recruitment@almeida.co.uk
    website www.almeida.co.uk/working-at-the-almeida

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.10) Almeida: General Assistant

    General Assistant

    The General Assistant is part of the General Management team and is often the first point of contact for staff, artists and visitors to the 108 Upper Street offices. A key role at the heart of the Almeida, the post holder provides administrative and operational support on a day to day basis for the general management of the company.

    Deadline for applications is at 5pm, Friday 8 December

    Salary: £20,280 per annum

    Please visit the Almeida Website for more information - https://almeida.co.uk/working-at-the-almeida

    CONTACT
    email recruitment@almeida.co.uk
    website www.almeida.co.uk/working-at-the-almeida

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.11) Claire Cunningham: Open Call for Male Disabled Dancer

    Open Call for male disabled dancer

    Claire Cunningham is seeking a professional self-identifying disabled male dancer for their new work Thank You Very Much (Working Title).

    You can find out more about Claire’s work here: http://www.clairecunningham.co.uk/about/

    Claire is particularly interested in meeting and working with dancers who identify as BAME (black, Asian or minority ethnic) dancers for this work.

    You will need to be available on 11th or 12th December 2017 for some exploration time with Claire (2- 4 hours) at The Place in Bloomsbury, London.

    Please send your CV and a link to your work, as well as a short description of yourself by Monday 4th December 12 noon to

    sheena@clairecunningham.co.uk

    CONTACT
    email sheena@clairecunningham.co.uk
    website www.clairecunningham.co.uk/2017/11/call-for-dancers/

    This is an unpaid opportunity.

    D.12) Claire Cunningham: Open Call for Trans Disabled Dancer

    Claire Cunningham is seeking a professional self-identifying disabled dancer who is a trans person of any gender identity, for their new work Thank You Very Much (Working Title).

    You can find out more about Claire’s work here: http://www.clairecunningham.co.uk/about/

    Claire is particularly interested in meeting and working with dancers who identify as BAME (black, Asian or minority ethnic) dancers for this work.

    You will need to be available on 11th or 12th December 2017 for some exploration time with Claire (2- 4 hours) at The Place in Bloomsbury, London.

    Please send your CV and a link to your work, as well as a short description of yourself by Monday 4th December 12 noon to
    sheena@clairecunningham.co.uk

    CONTACT
    email sheena@clairecunningham.co.uk
    website www.clairecunningham.co.uk/2017/11/call-for-dancers/

    This is an unpaid opportunity.

    D.13) Tmesis Theatre: Call for Male Physical Performer

    Tmesis Theatre are looking for a male performer to join their ensemble for a research and development phase for an exciting new piece of theatre funded by Arts Council England.

    Tmesis create, develop and share physical theatre. The past two touring shows, That’s Amore and Happy Hour have been highly successful, touring nationally to critical acclaim.

    We are looking for a male performer with strong acting and physical skills,who has experience in devising; working with both text and physicality and being part of a collaborative, creative process.

    Workshop audition on Tuesday 12th of December from 6-8.30pm.You must be available for the rehearsal dates which will be in Liverpool:

    Jan 15-19, Feb 5-6, 12-15, Feb 19-23rd (Sharing on Fri 23rd at Unity Theatre) and Sept/October premiere and tour in 2018. Tmesis always pay equity/ ITC minimum or above.

    Please send a CV, headshot and short expression of interest by Monday Dec 4th to: admin@tmesistheatre.com

    CONTACT
    email admin@tmesistheatre.com
    website www.tmesistheatre.com
    tel 07813301517

    This is a paid opportunity.

    D.14) Arnolfini: Vistor Experience Volunteers

    We are looking for Visitor Experience Volunteers to join our Visitor Experience team during the busy Christmas period of our current exhibition, The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever! by Grayson Perry. The exhibition runs until 24th December.

    For more information on the role please visit www.arnolfini.org.uk/jobs or email volunteer.coordinator@arnolfini.org.uk

    CONTACT
    email volunteer.coordinator@arnolfini.org.uk
    website https://www.arnolfini.org.uk/about/jobs
    tel 0117 917 230

    This is an unpaid opportunity.

    D.15) Orleans House Gallery: Arts Education Voluntary Placement

    Orleans House Gallery is seeking enthusiastic and committed individuals to support its vibrant arts education programme for two days a week for a three month period from January to April 2018.

    This placement is a brilliant opportunity to get involved in the practical side of gallery education, whilst gaining an insight into the co-ordination that goes on behind the scenes in a busy arts education team. It is essential that you enjoy working with children and applicants must demonstrate a commitment to the arts and take initiative for developing their own personal learning.

    Travel expenses are covered up to £12 per day. You will need to keep copy of receipts to claim this back.

    Deadline – please submit a CV and covering letter by Tuesday 12 December 2017 explaining why you are interested in this placement to artseducation@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk

    Interview date – 18 December 2017
    Induction / Start date – 8 January 2018

    CONTACT
    email artseducation@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk
    website www.richmond.gov.uk/orleans_house_gallery
    tel 020 8831 600

    This is an unpaid opportunity.

    E. LONELY ARTS


    E.1) En-suite Room in Clapton, Next to Parks

    Really spacious living/kitchen area, nice sized room plus ensuite. Balconies out both the front and back, the back one is accessed from the room. Right next to the Millfields park, Leyton Marshes and Lea canal so really green area but still close to get to Clapton / Hackney / Dalston.

    About an 8 min walk to Clapton station and gets to Liverpool Street in 10 mins on the train.
    Friendly housemates and nice balance of sociability/privacy, clean and tidy. Both from creative backgrounds.

    They are after someone who is easy going, looks after the house and wants to have an occasional meal together. Check the spareroom ad for pictures and contact details.

    CONTACT
    email alexbrown2727@gmail.com
    website https://www.spareroom.co.uk/flatshare/london/clapton/9079513

    E.2) Lovely Double Room, Stoke Newington

    My attic room in Stoke Newington will be available for January & February 2018.

    It's in a great, top-floor flat with a bright living room/dining area, kitchen, a large bathroom and three bedrooms (across two levels).

    Situated just off Stoke Newington high street which is home to bars, restaurants and venues, and being a short walk to Dalston, it's a great spot for exploring the area.

    The room is small but is cosy and warm and furnished with bookshelves, chest of drawers and a desk.

    We're looking for an easy-going, relatively tidy, creative woman, to share with two like-minded housemates aged 29 and 31 (a writer/artist and a film editor), who are honestly amazing to live with.

    Rent is 620 per month incl all bills, & can negotiate to a weekly rate.

    Please email me on helen.alex.lock@gmail.com if you are interested

    Thanks!

    Helen

    CONTACT
    email helen.alex.lock@gmail.com
    tel 07740149540

    E.3) Lovely Room Seeks new Tenant

    A room in a beautiful house on Beck Rd. Around the corner from London Fields / Broadway Market. (If your unfamiliar w/ London this an exciting place to live, close to great shops, restaurants, coffee, weekend markets etc).

    Large kitchen, living, and dining room with a garden. Very well decorated with most things you need ready to move in. A Very quiet and cozy street.

    £800 pcm all inclusive. Preferably a male tenant. You will be living with a female nanny and a young male architect.

    Short lets available, could suit a visitor to London for a residency.

    Available now.

    CONTACT
    email nwjohnso@gmail.com
    tel 07714470902

    E.4) Studio Space Available, SE17

    Hotel Elephant has workspace available for recent graduates and start up creative businesses at Spare Street. Spare Street is a new street dedicated to Creative Enterprise, located just 3 minutes from Elephant & Castle station. Suitable for anyone with a creative start up or practice including artists, designer makers and those working with technology.

    All spaces cost £260 per month + VAT, electricity is additional. Other utilities, cleaning of communal areas and high speed wifi is included in the price. These spaces can be shared with two people.

    All users get 24 hour access, 7 days a week. All spaces are lockable, with natural light. User get free access to our creative enterprise program, showcase opportunities, discounted rates in our café and opportunities to propose events for our public space.

    For more information and to arrange a viewing please contact: info@hotelelephant.co.uk

    CONTACT
    email info@hotelelephant.co.uk
    website https://hotelelephant.co.uk

    E.5) Studio Space Available, SE1

    One lovely studio available in SE1, with lost of natural light under 5 minutes from Borough Tube station.

    Located on the 2nd floor, the space is suitable for a 'clean' practice.

    Studio S.5 N/C
    Price: £383 per month
    Electric charged in addition
    Tenant responsible for business rates & applying for small business rates relief.
    Facilities & Access: 24-hour access, 7 days a week, wifi, natural light, share kitchen area.

    Please email: info@hotelelephant with 'S.5 studio enquiry' a subject line, for more information & to arrange a viewing.

    CONTACT
    email info@hotelelephant.co.uk
    website https://hotelelephant.co.uk

    E.6) Desk Space / Studio Share

    Large desk space and shared access to a photographic/project space available in our studio in Archway, London.

    The studio is situated within 5 minutes walk from Archway tube Station and it is close to many amenities. It is part of The Bomb Factory Art Foundation, a non-profit organisation providing a dynamic context for the creation, support and experience of contemporary art.

    It benefits from:
    * 24hr access
    * Natural light
    * Complimentary wi-fi
    *  Access to a photographic/project space (4m x 5.8m) and a large gallery space
    * Discounted rates on the hire of photographic, video and projection equipment
    It’s suitable for a photographer/digital artist or any other computer based creative.
    You’ll be sharing with a digital art organisation called SDNA that occupy the upstairs office and a still life photographer.

    The monthly rent is £220 which includes VAT and all bills.
    Please contact Valentina on 07932 594252 if you'd like to view the space.

    CONTACT
    email valentina@sdna.tv
    tel 07932594252