Month: October 2016

Two opportunities with the Creative People and Places national peer learning network

Creative People and Places National Peer Learning Coordinator The purpose of the freelance National Peer Learning Coordinator role is to manage the national peer learning programme, involving people from across all CPP project areas. The fee is £45,000 (inclusive of VAT and all office, IT and travel costs)   Creative People and Places National Peer …

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Birmingham and Black Country Communities Fund Deadline 1st November 2016

The deadline for the next round of Small Grants applications is 1stNovember. Following the first round there is £15K left to allocate with the potential to extend this to £30K depending on the quantity and quality of proposals which come forward. Proposals are encouraged from voluntary and community sector groups and organisations across the Birmingham …

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Artcore Project Coordinator

Project Coordinator Location: Artcore Derby Position: Part-Time Salary/Rate: £18,000 per annum pro rata Fixed-term contract: up to 12 months Part time: 20 hours per week – with the ability to work flexibly Artcore operates as a cultural hub in Derby, fuelling active engagement for various communities in Derby, East Midlands and beyond, to enhance lives …

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Artcore Programme Manager Job

Programme Manager Location: Artcore Derby Position: Part-Time Salary/Rate: £21,087 per annum pro rata Fixed-term contract: Fixed Term for 3 years Part time: 21 hours per week (possibility of an extension of hours to 37 per week -funding dependent) Artcore operates as a cultural hub in Derby, fuelling active engagement for various communities in Derby, East …

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Art Against The Grain: Decolonise Not Diversify

Art Against the Grain presents Decolonise Not Diversify: a one-day festival to unpack and challenge dominant narratives. The concept of diversity only exists if there is an assumed neutral point from which ‘others’ are ‘diverse.’ Putting aside for now the straight, male, middle-classness of that ‘neutral’ space, its dominant aspect is whiteness. Constructed by a white establishment, …

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