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

Soundmix are seeking new trustees to join the Board with expertise in the fields of finance, fundraising, business, marketing and PR.


We are currently inviting proposals for the development and delivery of a range of festival strands as a part of the Royal Greenwich Festivals programme 2020.


The most ambitious opportunity available to support work at Edinburgh Fringe

Submissions are open now and close on Jan 31 at 10am. 


We are seeking someone with a minimum of 4 years arts administrative experience, who can work independently and remotely and enjoys being part of a developing disability led dance theatre company.

Deadline: 7 February 2020


Are you interested in putting on an event or activity for people in Deptford? Would you like to try something new and creative?

The Albany are looking for people with exciting ideas they can support with £1000 grants. 

Apply by 11 Feb 2020


Community organisations and projects can now apply for a share of £100,000 to benefit our residents in 2020/21.Applications close on Friday 28 February.


LYT is seeking a new Programmes Administrator


Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) will be offering free workshops for school groups on Tuesdays from March 2020.


I am looking for theatre workshop co-facilitators with choreography experience (ideally) to help me shape and deliver a funded young people's theatre project in Lewisham in 2020.

The project as a whole will run from mid-February to end of May 2020. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 10 FEBRUARY 2020.


Lewisham Education Arts Network (LEAN) is looking for young people enthusiastic about arts and cultural opportunities to play a key role in our AGM and arts education conference on 6th February 2020.


Place Makers Growth fund awards funding of up to £50,000 to help organisations to expand or develop work that supports L&Q residents. Application deadline: 01 February 2020.


Call out to secondary schools, colleges and arts groups for Free Art and Design Sessions National Maritime Museum  (suitable for Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 4).


Based in venues across South East London, Eos Dance classes offer children the chance of expressing their personality through dance and movement.


Beanstalk Arts is a South East London based music and storytelling organisation. They deliver creative and inclusive music, story and ukulele workshops for 0-5s and their parents and carers.


Lewisham Speaking Up, an advocacy charity run by and for people with learning disabilities is funded by the BLF Community Fund to run FREE Learning Disability, Bullying and Hate Crime workshops for pupils (primary and secondary schools) in the Lewisham borough. BOOK NOW!


Would your students enjoy an inspiring workshop taken by a film, TV or theatre director?

The Directors Charitable Foundation is offering free Drama and Media Studies talks to KS4 and KS5 pupils in state schools, especially those with a high proportion of free school meals.


Teachers, did you know you can apply for up to £300 to visit Culture Mile's amazing cultural venues? GUILDHALL ART GALLERY (BELOW)


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