Monday, 23 January 2017

Life Models Wanted!

The London Atelier of Representational Art
(LARA) is opening a new drawing and painting school in Bristol and we need life models. Previous experience is desirable, though not essential, but reliability, punctuality and professionalism are crucial qualities we look for.

Full time students at the school will spend half their time drawing and painting from the model and poses will be 3-5 days a week for 2-4 week blocks. There will also be weekend and evening courses and drop-in life drawing. We like to develop good, long-term working relationships with our models and several of our London models have become an integral part of the LARA family.

If you would like to be involved in this exciting new project we would love to hear from you!

Please contact Tom on 07721937856 or

Freddies Flowers are Looking for Creatives, Actors and Musicians to join their team!

Freddie's Flowers are looking for outgoing creatives to join their Bristol team. 

The skills actors, musicians and creatives acquire make them excellent salesman and the flexibility of the job means they can easily pursue other avenues outside of selling. We have a team in London made up of predominately actors and some on a good shift make in excess of £300 in a four hour shift.

To find out more and to apply go here.

Sunday, 15 January 2017

Three Month Training and Development Programme - Encounters Short Film Festival

Deadline: Friday 3rd February 2017

Encounters Short Film Festival are offering a three month training and development programme for new and emerging filmmakers from diverse backgrounds. The course will take 15 filmmakers through a programme which will include workshops, masterclasses and one-to-one mentoring with industry professionals to complete a personal project and further develop their skills and knowledge.

For more information and to apply go here.

Marketing Internship - Love Save The Day

Pay: 12k pro rata
Five days a week. 

For more information about the role and to apply contact 

Friday, 6 January 2017

Community/Volunteer/Communications Coordinator(s) Bristol Bike Project


Pay: The salary is £19,500 per year (pro rata if part time) and the role(s) are permanent contracts. Start date would ideally be mid February but we will be flexible to attract the right candidate(s).
Deadline: 20th January 2017

Applicants could apply for either a full time role of 37.5 hours a week, or for one of two part time roles (where the 37.5 hours per week would be split between them).

The Bristol Bike Project (BBP) is looking to recruit a full time coordinator, or two part time coordinators, to:
– Oversee and develop our community programmes
– Support and develop our volunteers, and members
– Lead our communications and marketing activity
– Oversee the development and maintenance of the workshop space
– Be a first point of contact for incoming enquiries (via email, social media etc.)

For more information and to apply please go here.

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Open call for Artists, Photographers, Illustrators, Filmmakers, Designers and more in Bristol and South West.

Shocked by the visible increase in Bristol's homelessness? Want to do something about it? Please get involved. *Calling on artists, photographers, illustrators, filmmakers, sound designers and more in Bristol & South West* I am looking for contributors for a multimedia exhibition to launch Bristol's Homelessness Awareness Week 2017. Organisations coordinating the campaign include Bristol City Council, St Mungo's, Shelter, Emmaus, One25, Caring in Bristol and The Julian Trust. If selected, your work will be exhibited from the 20th - 25th February and must focus on cause and complexity. Please email an expression of interest to for more information.

Friday, 16 December 2016

Open Call for Dancers, Choreographers, Dance Teachers and Workshop Leaders.

Deadline:  31st December 2016
Contact: Lena Dee Oliver
Calling all choreographers, dance teachers, workshop leaders and emerging dance artists!
An exciting new dance festival is planned for Bristol and the surrounding area, to take place late 2017/early 2018.
The festival will provide performance opportunities for all ages, abilities and styles of dance from the community as well as a platform for emerging dance artists to share their work and engage with the other performers through workshops.
We are currently looking to collect contact details from groups who fit one of the following criteria:
  • Dance schools/groups who do not often have the chance to perform on a professional stage
  • Youth or Community groups who currently provide/would like to provide dance sessions to those who often do not have access to dance
  • Groups who provide/would like to provide dance to those with physical disabilities or learning difficulties (youth or adult)
  • Adult dance groups of any age
  • Dance Artists who are interested in showcasing their work and leading professional workshops
  • Students/Volunteers looking for hands on backstage or event management experience and the possibility of taking their Gold Arts Award (accredited by The Arts Council and Trinity College, London which provides UCAS points for University applications)
Please note submissions are open to ALL ages, abilities and dance styles.  The festival will aim to celebrate the diversity of dance opportunities on offer in the region.
Please email Lena to find out more about the plans and register your interest.