Friday, 25 November 2016

Open Call for Sculpture Artists



Wilks, the 1* Michelin Resturant Chandos Road is looking for local artists who would like to exhibited an outdoor sculpture.

The resturant has been opened for over four years and 95% of the artists who have exhibited there have sold work. They also link the artists website and promote exhibitions on both facebook and twitter. They are a busy resturant and it is a great way to introduce local artists to their guests.

If you are interested email Christine Vayssade at: info@wilksresturant.co.uk


Freelance Company Account - Situations

Fee: £20-25 per hour depending on experience
Part Time: 16 hours per week
Deadline: No later than 10am, Friday 9th December 2016

Situations are seeking an experienced freelance company accountant to support the Director and Executive Director of Situations in the effective financial management of Situations, a registered charity. Please send a letter of application outlining your interest in this role and what skills and experience you would bring to Situations, referring specifically to the Job Description and Person Specification (please ensure your letter is no more than 1 side of A4). Email with a CV (maximum two pages) and two professional references to recruitment@situations.org.uk.
Fees: Between £20-£25 per hour depending on experience

Contract: 16 hours per week. Fixed term 6-month freelance contract with possible opportunity for renewal.

Applications must be received no later than 10am, Friday 9 December 2016.


For more information and to apply go here.

Visitor Experience Assistant - Arnolfini



Pay: £16,120 pro rata per annum

Application Deadline: 4 December 2016
Interviews will be held w/c 12 December 2016
Start date: 16 January 2017

We are seeking a Visitor Experience Assistant to join our team and help provide outstanding customer service to all Arnolfini visitors. The Visitor Experience Assistant is responsible for ensuring the smooth transaction of ticket sales and bookings for a busy box office, and for enhancing visitor experience by providing an informed and courteous point of contact for all visitors and staff.

The starting salary is offered at £16,120 pro rata per annum. Hours of work will be 28 per week, variable shifts over 7 days to include early mornings, evenings and weekends.

For more information and to apply go here:

http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/about/jobs

Monday, 21 November 2016

Director of St Pauls Carnival CIC




Dear Friends of Carnival,

I trust that all is well and with the application deadline to become a Director of St Pauls Carnival CIC approaching fast, I’m just sending you a final polite notice to remind you that the deadline is 9am this Friday, November 25th. If you have the business acumen, strategic experience and passion for ensuring a sustainable Carnival, do not hesitate, apply today by going to www.voscur.org/carnival. Otherwise, if you know of someone who might fit the bill, do please forward this email to them and encourage them to apply before the deadline which is 9am, November 25th.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rM1kB9U_6Ck&t=297s

Freelance Part-Time Cataloguer and Researcher - Somerset and Wood


Cataloguer & Researcher Freelance, part time, paid
The closing date for completed applications is Wednesday 30 November 2016
Somerset & Wood is looking for an enthusiastic freelance researcher/writer to join our small team, based in Holt near Bradford-on-Avon, for 2 days per week. Main Duties Researching works of art and artists Identifying artwork age and style, and assessing relative value Basic condition reporting Writing accurate and engaging copy for publication on our website Writing copy for weekly company newsletter Knowledge, Skills and Experience Essential Educated to degree level in Art History Good, broad art-historical knowledge Excellent writing and research skills Meticulous accuracy and attention to detail Competence in basic computer skills (Microsoft Office, online research) Conscientious and flexible approach Ability to work well in a small team Desirable Interest in 19th/early 20th-century British art Experience of writing for web Experience of using an eCommerce Content Management System Commercial art experience Commercial experience, although desirable, is not essential and the commercial aspect of the role can be learnt on the job. Summary Terms and Conditions Hours and pay will be flexible and can be discussed in more detail at interview. This position would be an excellent introduction to the commercial art industry for a suitable candidate who is looking for a flexible post in which they are able to utilise their writing and research skills. Applications by CV and covering letter are to be sent to Olivia Nicholls at info@somersetandwood.com The closing date for completed applications is Wednesday 30 November 2016

Monday, 14 November 2016

Marketing Internship - Bristol Music Trust



Part-Time 30 Hours, 
Pay: £13,891, pro-rata, £11,263 per annum
Fixed-Term for 6 months
Deadline: 12 noon on Friday 25th November 2016.
We are looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic and creative Marketing Intern to join the busy Marketing Team for 6 months at Colston Hall, the South West’s largest concert hall and Bristol’s major music venue.
The role would suit a marketing / media student or recent graduate who is looking to gain experience in the music, events and arts marketing industry, you will have good writing skills, a basic understanding of social media and ideally a passion for music.  The successful candidate will bring a professional, adaptable and proactive attitude and in return will gain essential training in music and event marketing.
Experience of Adobe Suite (such as Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and/or Premier), Wordpress and/ or an interest in photography are an advantage, but not essential.  Dependant on your skills your responsibilities might also include creating and uploading interesting digital media content, creating e-flyers or shooting short promo videos.
You will join us at an exciting time for Colston Hall - with ambitious artistic, audience development and education aspirations and at a key time in our major capital campaign, you will play a part in cementing the Hall’s position at the heart of Bristol’s musical life.  This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to develop in the role and gain experience whilst working for a vibrant arts organisation. 
Bristol Music Trust is committed to being an Equal Opportunities employer, we recognise, respect and value individual difference and wish to attract applicants from all sections of society. The Trust has bronze status from the Charter of Best Practice for Accessibility and we continue to hold an Excellence Award from the Institute of Customer Service. 

Monday, 7 November 2016

Freelance Opportunity - Regional Coordinator (South West) Painting in Hospitals


Contract: 12 months+, 30 hours per month (estimate). The role may include some evenings.
Fee: £400-450 pcm retainer, exclusive of travel expenses
Application deadline: Monday 14 November, 4pm
Interview date: Tuesday 22 November (Bristol) TBC
Paintings in Hospitals are seeking a dynamic Regional Coordinator to help us provide an outstanding art loan service in the South West that promotes health, wellbeing and empowerment for all.
As a national charity that uses art and creativity to improve the wellbeing of patients, staff and those caring for them, we create uplifting environments to benefit the lives of over 1.8 million patients, visitors and staff every year.
Working from home and at health and social care partner sites, the Regional Coordinator for the South West will help us to increase the number of health and social care sites using our services. The Regional Coordinator will develop and deliver innovative engagement activities with service users, patients and staff from new and existing health and social care partners, leading to sites borrowing artworks from the Paintings in Hospitals collection. The Regional Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the care and display of the artworks at our hub site (Southmead Hospital, Bristol) and in the region: renewing current loans, and leading the regional volunteer team.

You will have excellent communication skills, knowledge of the health and social care and a passion for the visual arts. A motivated individual with experience of working with loans within a museum environment, you will be results-driven with a track record of achieving targets and a strong desire to help people. You will have the organisational skills to prioritise and manage a challenging and diverse workload, and the ability to relate to people from a wide range of backgrounds. Strong administration, sales and account management skills and an understanding of how our activities improve health and wellbeing will all help you succeed in this role.
To apply, please send your CV with a cover letter of no more than two pages to opportunity@paintingsinhospitals.org.uk (subject: Regional Coordinator, South West)
Application deadline: Monday 14 November, 4pm
Interview date: Tuesday 22 November (Bristol) TBC