Archive for March 2015
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity is looking for a Visual Arts Development Manager (maternity cover) for an initial period of 9 months. The deadline for applications is 23 April 2015. Read More
The University of Winchester is seeking to appoint a Research Officer to undertake research with the Centre for the Arts as Wellbeing. This is a post-doctoral fellow who will carry out research and evaluation projects alongside Centre members and research officers at local hospitals in the Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust and in regional arts organisations working in health and social care. Further projects are planned with other Health Trusts in the region. The Research Officer will also be required to contribute to the development of research funding bids. Closing date 20 April 2015 and interview date 7 May 2015. Read More
Arts 4 Dementia Best Practice Music Symposium is a one-day symposium examining orchestral and vocal practices that enable people with early stage dementia to re-engage in fulfilling musical life in the community. The symposium, which will take place at London’s Wigmore Hall on 17 April, will be chaired by BBC presenter Katie Derham and includes presentations by keynote speakers Professor Jane Ginsborg OBE, President, European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, and Professor Theo Hartogh, of University of Vechta, Germany. Read More
Applications are now being sought for the MA Socially Engaged Art (Further, Adult and Community Education at NCAD). The MA SEA focuses on the dynamic relationship between socially engaged arts practice and pedagogy, particularly within further education, non-formal educational and community settings, with an embedded qualification to teach in the Further Education sector. Deadline for applications is 30 April 2015.
Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust is delighted to present Back Alleys by Longford based artist Amanda Jane Graham currently on display at University Hospital Galway (UHG) until April 17. Amanda will visit UHG on April 8 to give an artist talk at 1.00pm on the Arts Corridor. Read More