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This is a list of the current opportunities. Please click on an opportunity to see the full details.

Groovy Art Workshops is an educational provider designing and delivering educational creative activities and events to children and young people.

They are searching for a Social Media Manager to build a social media presence for the brand.

Deadline: 19th October 2020


JW3 are looking for an experienced manager to head up the Community Programme team working to engage a wide range of children, young adults, families and volunteers from all backgrounds in positive, creative, inclusive, cross-communal Jewish experiences.

Deadline: 6th October 2020


ACAVA is looking for proposals from professional visual artists to run this year’s Young Artists Programme. The Young Artists Programme encourages participants to develop their ideas playfully as well as enhance their critical thinking and problem-solving skills whilst offering a deeper understanding of visual art practice.

Deadline: 6th October 2020 


This position will see you working with schools and communities to engage them with Paralympic Heritage. This will be achieved through the creation and delivery of interactive workshops (digital or physical) and six mini exhibitions.

Deadline: 30th September 2020


Free webinar discussing best practices for creating physical resources and how to continue providing cultural opportunities for vulnerable families.

Tuesday 29th September 10.30am-12.30pm 


The Communications Manager will be central to developing and driving the communications strategy over the next 12 months, so the successful candidate will have the opportunity to really make their mark. It’s an exciting position with scope to engage new audiences and put young people at the centre of Youth Music's work.


Deadline: Sunday 27th September 


Whitechapel Gallery is looking for a Curator: Schools and Teachers (Maternity Cover) who can devise, manage and deliver a programme of activities that broaden the access of primary and secondary schools to the Gallery and online.

Deadline: 27th September 2020


The Award is open for applications from talented makers who are seeking business development support to take their creative business to the next level and the winners will be required to develop new work where leather is a major constituent.



Deadline: 5th October 2020


This Award aims to support professional makers who have been in business for less than three years and aspire to develop their creative business in any craft discipline.

Deadline: 5th October 2020


A resource with case studies exploring ways to develop students’ knowledge of creative careers and fusion skills. Aimed at Key Stage 4 students.

Cost: Free

Help Musicians’ second wave of financial hardship support will help those ineligible for government emergency safety nets or unable to survive on what they receive.

Deadline: Fund running from June to October 2020. Opening again in November 2020


Element is a charity that runs creative arts projects with young people leaving the care system, and vulnerable students. As our Programme Lead you’ll be managing and delivering both strands of our arts projects: with school students aged 11 - 14 and care leavers aged 16 - 25.

Deadline for applications: 28th September 2020


This fund is for work supporting diverse talent within the Creative and Tech industries. 3 rounds. Closing dates: 26 August, November 2020 and April 2021.


This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced (10 years +) individual to work alongside our Founder & CEO, Sade, to co-design and lead this area of work.  


What Next?


Deptford X are running a summer art project for 15-19 year olds from Lewisham Borough on the theme ‘What Next?’ as part of We Are Lewisham’s Micro Commissions.


£500-£5,000 for innovative community projects that want to grow to make a real local difference.


Lewisham Speaking Up run FREE 1.5 hour Learning Disability Hate Crime training for Primary and Secondary schools 


Out now on Amazon Prime, MUTINY is unique among all the documentaries and films about WW1. It's the only time that Black British veterans have told their own story ... 


A rolling grant scheme to support the cultural sector’s work with children and young people