Apples & Snakes is establishing a network for performance poetry across the country by appointing coordinators based in different regions, and has become England's leading organisation for performance poetry. At present they are predominantly London based.
Arts Council England is the national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from Government and the National Lottery. Visit the national site to find out about Arts Council England in your region.
The recruitment service from ArtsProfessional, offering the widest range of jobs, invitations to tender and volunteer posts in the arts sector. Search for jobs in the arts, assess your salary, find voluntary opportunities and invitations to tender.
With financial support from Arts Council England and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Artsadmin runs an advice and information service for artists working in the area of live art, performance, time-based media and interdisciplinary arts.
Arts Matrix is the continuing professional development agency for creative practitioners in the South West. They enable individuals working in the creative industries – designers, architects and actors, poets and painters, musicians, magicians, designers and dancers - to make the most of their careers.
CMU – or the College Music Update – was founded in 1998 to provide a link between the grass roots of the music world (especially the college music scene) and the mainstream music industry and music media.
Creative Arts East develops and delivers programmes aimed at engaging young people. CAE works in partnership with Community Music East to provide opportunities for young people to experience and participate in music-making activities as part of Music Wise the Youth Music Action Zone for Norfolk.
Each year, up to ten established artists with a record of major achievement in their field are awarded £30,000 to provide them with a unique opportunity to realise their imaginative ideas in a major project. The Award may also be used to experiment, or to discover new talents. Each artist also receives a beautiful glass award created by Scottish glass artist Anita Pate.
Creative Skills provides professional development support for practitioners from creative industries in Cornwall. They offer free information and advice, Training Needs Analysis service, business support, training courses and funding for individual development programmes.
TEXPRINT's ethos is to celebrate and mentor the best new graduating talent, bringing them together to network and present their work to some of the most important names in the industry, both in the UK and abroad.
Students from the University of the West of England are celebrating winning the prize for the best stand at New Designers in London.
It is the first time that a group of students from UWE has won ‘best stand' at this prestigious exhibition. The stand resulted from a collaboration between students and staff in the Faculty of Creative Arts and the School of Architecture.