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Opportunities to join Engage Cymru Development Group and Engage Council
Opportunities to join the Engage Cymru Development Group and Engage Council Engage Cymru Development Group (ECDG) The Engage Cymru Development Group (ECDG) operates as a voluntary steering group for the work of Engage in Wales, influencing programming, supporting the Engage Cymru Coordinator’s role, representing the organisation and offering ... Posted on 28 April 2017
Call for sessions: AAH2018
The Association of Art Historians have put out a call for sessions for their 2018 annual conference, around the theme of 'Look Out!', co hosted by the Courtald Institute of Art and Kings College London. They say; The close collaboration between the two institutions – involving numerous other museums and cultural ... Posted on 7 April 2017
Unlimited unveils latest commissions with £945,000 to support ambitious artistic work
Unlimited have today announced 24 ambitious new commissions and awards spanning a range of disciplines spotlighting talented and diverse disabled artists working in the world today. It represents an adventurous range of projects giving voice to disabled artists producing standout work that is “must see” not “should see”. Funded by ... Posted on 21 April 2017
Engage North East Area Group Meeting 17 May 2017
Engage North East Area Group Meeting Wednesday 17 May 2017, 5pm to 7pm Gallery North, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne Thinking independently - working freelance in visual arts and gallery education Engage members and regional colleagues are invited to a ... Posted on 28 April 2017
Internships threaten diversity in the creative industries
Diversity in the creative industries is threatened by the prevalence of internships, which act as a barrier to social mobility, a new report by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has concluded. It is calling on Government to place limits on employers’ use of unpaid interns. Analysis of online jobs postings ... Posted on 21 April 2017