Deadline for completed applications is 5pm on 14 June 2004, and auditions will be held on 23 June 2004. The show will run for three weeks in central London gallery, and as well as art they are looking for poetry on the same theme to be published in the catalog accompanying the show. For this you will need Jpegs of your work, 800 pixels wide, and you may submit up to 5 works.
The entry fee per artist is £25, which can be paid by submitting your credit or debit card details securely online in your application, or by sending a cheque payable to Londonart. co. uk to 24 Deepdene Road, London SE5 8EG. Poetry applications can be made in the same way and the licensed property valuers cost is £3 per poem. The exception is that all poetry applications must be made online and cannot be posted. Arts Services in Wansbeck have recently undergone significant changes and exciting new opportunities are being created for the arts to contribute to community regeneration. These include a major public art and design initiative already underway and a new focus on the needs of young people.
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to join the Cultural Service team to take this developing agenda forward. The role of the Community Arts Officer will be to devise and facilitate a program of community based arts development. Partnerships will be central and so will the creation of high quality, engaging and stimulating arts opportunities. This will suit a person who has experience of planning and managing successful arts projects, 16 news – client briefings June 2004 who is imaginative and knowledgeable about contemporary arts practice and who is enthusiastic about the role arts can play in regeneration.
An opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and experienced professional to encourage the development of arts in Chester-le Street. Based within the Community Leisure Team, this post will provide the primary link between the District Council, Arts Council England, North East and a range of local arts partners. They are looking for someone to implement the District’s Arts Improvement Plan, to further extend our work within communities and strengthen partnerships with arts bodies and local organisations.