Artist Opportunities & Jobs

We list our job opportunities here when they arise. If you have any problems using the online application forms, please contact Mick, mick@artsconnection.org.uk or 01691 648 929. He can either guide you through the process or if you are still having problems he can send you a word version application form.

Arts Extravaganza Wrexham Artist Brief

We are delivering a pilot Arts Extravaganza day in Wrexham aimed at adults with learning disabilities. We’re looking for three artists to work on this project.

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Creative Writing

Creative Writing workshops as part of Adult Learners Week / Festival of Learning Week which is a National campaign
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St Myllin's Day Art Work

St Myllin’s Day is all about celebrating the community of Llanfyllin. We’re looking for an artist to make an art work with local residents prior to the event

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Sewing the Tales of Jane

We have received funding from the Laura Ashley Foundation to run intergenerational textile workshops in Machynlleth and Montgomery in North Powys. The project will be themed around the writings and sewing work of Jane Austen as 2017 will be the 200th anniversary of her death.

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Arts Extravaganza Wrexham Enabler

We are delivering a pilot Arts Extravaganza day in Wrexham aimed at adults with learning disabilities. We’re looking for three enablers to work on this project.

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Imagination Fund

Members of Arts Connection – Cyswllt Celf are invited to apply for a £400 imagination fund to produce new work. We want to hear about your idea for a project, performance, collaboration, exhibition or body of work. There are no creative limitations…

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St Myllin's Day

St Myllin’s Day is all about celebrating the community of Llanfyllin. On the day we’re looking for two artists for arts and crafts, storytellers and musicians / performers.

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Indian Legends

Indian Legends is a multi- arts project involving participatory workshops based on the Clive Museum artefacts at Powis Castle which will result in a community exhibition.

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Artist Brief for Arts Extravaganza – Wrexham Taster

– Scheduled to take place 10th Aug 2017 –

Background & Context

Our mission is to inspire and involve people in community arts, investing in and nurturing creativity. Arts Extravaganza – Wrexham Taster is a 1 day project that will take place 10th August 2017 and is aimed at adults with learning disabilities.
It is envisaged that we may have around 30 participants who come from centres within Wrexham. The workshops can be based around any artistic medium. We contract 3 artists and 3 of our own enablers to support participants. (Arts Connection enablers are in addition to those accompanying participants from the invited centres across Wrexham).

Brief

Project Aim: The project will involve participants exploring a theme to create a range of different arts works in a range of art forms enabling them to learn new skills and have fun

Project Outcomes: Participants will take part/create artworks which they can take home

What: We want to deliver a taster day in Wrexham that will work in the same way as our annual Arts Extravaganza project in North Powys. For your proposal you should indicate how you will structure the day and how you will ensure the workshop will be inclusive and flexible for all ages and abilities. Project applications should be centred on the theme of “Castles”.

Who: Adults with learning disabilities

Timescale: 10th August 2017 from 11am – 3pm

Venue: Wrexham TBC

Sessions: Sessions will run from 11am – 3pm with an hour lunch break for participants.

For your application please refer to the following:

  • The aim of the project and how your project proposal will meet this

  • How you will work with specific target group

  • How the project will work – a brief session outline / plan

  • The outcomes of the project

Remuneration

Fee: £102 per day

Materials: To be agreed on appointment

Mileage: Mileage over a 50 mile roundtrip will be paid at £0.45 pence per mile (up to a maximum of £30 per session)

Skills, Qualifications & Experience

Essential:

  • Experience of working with the targeted group mentioned above

Desirable:

  • Ability to deliver bilingually

Application Procedure

To apply please complete the online application form.

Selection Procedure

All applicants will be assessed:

  • Solely on the information provided within the application

  • Objectively, based on the requirements of the project outlined in this brief

  • By the selection panel, drawn from the members of the board of Arts Connection, and, where appropriate representatives of partner organisations.

WARNING – Failure to supply all the required information will seriously affect your application.

If you have any queries or require support to complete your application please contact the office.

Deadline for submissions: 5pm, Friday 19th May

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Enablers Brief for Arts Extravaganza Wrexham Taster

– Scheduled to take place 10th August 2017 –

 

Background & Context

Our mission is to inspire and involve people in community arts, investing in and nurturing creativity. Arts Extravaganza – Wrexham Taster is a 1 day project that will take place 10th August 2017 and is aimed at adults with learning disabilities.

It is envisaged that we may have around 30 participants who come from centres within Wrexham. The workshops can be based around any artistic medium. We contract 3 artists and 3 of our own enablers to support participants. (Arts Connection enablers are in addition to those accompanying participants from the invited centres across Wrexham).

 

Brief

Project Aim: The project will involve participants exploring a theme to create a range of different arts works in a range of art forms enabling them to learn new skills and have fun

 

Project Outcomes: Participants will take part/create artworks which they can take home

 

What: The project will run on Thursday 10th August from 11am – 3pm.

 

You will be supporting an artist during the session and they will be running sessions based on the

theme of “Castles”.

 

Who: Adults with learning disabilities

 

Timescale: Thursday 10th August

 

Venue: Wrexham TBC

 

Sessions: Sessions will run from 11am – 3pm with an hour lunch break for participants

 

For your application please refer to the following:

Your experience of working with adults with learning disabilities

Your interest in art forms and creative abilities

 

 

Remuneration

Fee:                 £40.80

Mileage:          Mileage over a 50 mile round trip will be paid at £0.45 pence per mile (up to a maximum of £30 per session)

 

Skills, Qualifications & Experience

Essential:

Experience of working with the targeted group mentioned above

 

Desirable:

Ability to deliver bilingually

 

Application Procedure

To apply please complete the online application form.

 

Selection Procedure

All applicants will be assessed:

  • Solely on the information provided within the application
  • Objectively, based on the requirements of the project outlined in this brief
  • By the selection panel, drawn from the members of the board of Arts Connection, and, where appropriate representatives of partner organisations.

 

WARNING – Failure to supply all the required information will seriously affect your application.

Deadline for submissions: 5pm, Friday 19th May 2017

 

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Artist Brief for Creative Writing

– Scheduled to take place 19 – 25th June 2017 –

 

Background & Context

Our mission is to inspire and involve people in community arts, investing in and nurturing creativity. These workshops will be part of Adult Learners Week / Festival of Learning Week which is a National campaign (http://www.learningandwork.wales/our-work/promoting-learning-and-skills/adult-learners-week/)

 

Brief

Project Aim: To support people’s interest in creative writing.

 

Project Outcomes: Participants will have learnt and will have more confidence in their creative writing skills

 

What: We are looking for an artist/s to deliver a series of creative writing sessions. On Monday and Wednesday evening we are looking for two sessions with the theme Short Stories for Tuesday and Thursday evening we are looking for two sessions with the theme of Writing Stories for Children. These sessions will take place at the Youth & Community Centre in Llanfyllin. On Saturday we want to deliver a day session on the theme Outdoor Biography at Llanrharadr-ym-Mochnant Waterfall. On Sunday we want to deliver a session on the theme of Poetry at Lake Vyrnwy.

Target Group: Adults

Timescale: 19th & 21st June – Short Stories, 20th & 22nd – Writing Stories for Children, 24th – Outdoor Biography, 25th – Poetry

 

Venue: Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant Waterfall, Lake Vyrnwy and Llanfyllin Youth & Community Centre

 

Sessions: 19th & 21st June – 2.5 – 3 hours, 20th & 22nd – 2.5 – 3 hours, 24th – 6 hours , 25th – 6 hours

 

For your application please refer to the following:

  • The aim of the project and how your project proposal will meet this
  • How you will work with specific target group
  • How the project will work – a brief session outline / plan
  • The outcomes of the project

Remuneration

Fee:                     £153 per writing theme

Materials:           To be agreed on appointment

Mileage:              Mileage over a 50 mile roundtrip will be paid at £0.45 pence per mile (up to a maximum of £30 per session)

 

Skills, Qualifications & Experience

Essential:

  • Experience of working with the targeted group mentioned above

 

Desirable:

  • Ability to deliver bilingually

 

Application Procedure

To apply please complete the online application form.

 

Selection Procedure

All applicants will be assessed:

  • Solely on the information provided within the application
  • Objectively, based on the requirements of the project outlined in this brief
  • By the selection panel, drawn from the members of the board of Arts Connection, and, where appropriate representatives of partner organisations.

 

WARNING – Failure to supply all the required information will seriously affect your application.

 

If you have any queries or require support to complete your application please contact the office.

 

Deadline for submissions: 5pm, Friday 19th May 2017

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Imagination Fund

Members of Arts Connection – Cyswllt Celf are invited to apply for a £400 innovation fund to produce new work. We want to hear about your idea for a project, performance, collaboration, exhibition or body of work. There are no creative limitations…

 

  • We are looking for imaginative and new ideas in participatory arts

 

  • The deadline for applications is Friday 19th May, 5pm

 

  • There are two awards of £400 available

 

  • You must have been an artist member of Arts Connection for at least 1 year to apply

 

  • Applications can be for any art form

 

  • We can only accept applications that have a built-in participatory element (i.e. workshop or something that happens in the public realm)

 

  • The work should be completed within five months (end of October)

 

  • You must do a presentation – no more than 10 minutes (i.e. photo slideshow, Pecha Kucha) at our AGM on Wednesday 25th October 2017

 

  • You must issue an invoice to receive the payment

 

  • To apply please fill in the online application form

 

 

 

 

 

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Artist Brief for St Myllin’s Day Art Work

– Scheduled to take place Early June 2017 –

 

Background & Context

Our mission is to inspire and involve people in community arts, investing in and nurturing creativity. We have funding through the Big Lottery Celebrate Fund for this year’s event.

 

Brief

Project Aim: To engage local people with the history and legend of St Myllin

 

Project Outcomes:

  • An art work created by the local community of Llanfyllin

 

What: We are looking for an artist to deliver the equivalent of 4 days of workshops to create a small outdoor mural, outdoor sculpture or other type of art work that reflects the legend and history of St Myllin. We would like an art work that is also weather proof and can be displayed easily outside. The artist will work with a group of people from the local community in the weeks running up the St Myllin’s Day event on Saturday 17th June. We would expect the artist to work with a group of approximately 15 people.

 

Target Group: All ages

 

Timescale: Early June – up to Friday 16th June

 

Venue: TBC Llanfyllin

 

Sessions: 2 – 3 hour sessions or day sessions with the local community

 

For your application please refer to the following:

  • The aim of the project and how your project proposal will meet this
  • How you will work with specific target group – families, early years, adults with mental health issues
  • How the project will work – a brief session outline / plan
  • The outcomes of the project and how they can be displayed at the final event

 

Remuneration

Fee:                       £612

Materials:           To be agreed on appointment

Mileage:              Mileage over a 50 mile roundtrip will be paid at £0.45 pence per mile (up to a maximum of £30 per session)

 

Skills, Qualifications & Experience

Essential:

  • Experience of working with the target group mentioned above

 

Desirable:

  • Ability to deliver bilingually

 

Application Procedure

To apply please complete the online application form.

 

Selection Procedure

All applicants will be assessed:

  • Solely on the information provided within the application
  • Objectively, based on the requirements of the project outlined in this brief
  • By the selection panel, drawn from the members of the board of Arts Connection, and, where appropriate representatives of partner organisations.

 

WARNING – Failure to supply all the required information will seriously affect your application.

 

If you have any queries or require support to complete your application please contact the office.

 

Deadline for submissions: 5pm, Friday 19th May 2017

 

 

 

 

 

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Artist Brief for St Myllin’s Day

– Scheduled to take place Saturday 17th June 2017 –

 

Background & Context

Our mission is to inspire and involve people in community arts, investing in and nurturing creativity. We have funding through the Big Lottery Celebrate Fund for this years event.

 

Brief

Project Aim: To engage local people of Llanfyllin in arts and crafts and to have fun

 

Project Outcomes:

  • Local community if Llanfyllin come together to celebrate what the town has to offer

 

What: We are looking for the following to work at St Myllin’s Day on 17th June:

  • Two artists to deliver arts and crafts for families from 11am – 2pm – this will be outside in the church grounds
  • 3 Storytellers to deliver a storytelling session for families for an hour – this will be inside the church between 11am – 2pm, please indicate on the application form which time slot you can do
  • Musician / Performer to perform on the town square for an hour, please indicate on the application form which time slot you can do

 

Target Group: All ages

 

Timescale: Saturday 17th June

 

Venue: Venues across Llanfyllin

 

For your application please refer to the following:

  • The aim of the project and how your project proposal will meet this
  • How the project will work – a brief session outline / plan
  • The outcomes of the project and how they can be displayed at the final event

 

Remuneration

Fee:                       Artists for arts & crafts session – £76.50 each

Storytellers – £25.50 for a 45 min – 1 hour storytelling session

Musician – £25.50 for a 45 min – 1 hour performance (we will pay for up to a maximum of two performers per slot)

Materials:           For arts & crafts workshops – to be agreed on appointment

Mileage:              Mileage over a 50 mile roundtrip will be paid at £0.45 pence per mile (up to a maximum of £30 per session)

 

Skills, Qualifications & Experience

Essential:

  • Experience of working with the target group mentioned above for storytellers and artists

 

Desirable:

  • Ability to deliver bilingually

 

Application Procedure

To apply please complete the online application form.

 

Selection Procedure

All applicants will be assessed:

  • Solely on the information provided within the application
  • Objectively, based on the requirements of the project outlined in this brief
  • By the selection panel, drawn from the members of the board of Arts Connection, and, where appropriate representatives of partner organisations.

 

WARNING – Failure to supply all the required information will seriously affect your application.

 

If you have any queries or require support to complete your application please contact the office.

 

Deadline for submissions: 5pm, Friday 19th May 2017

 

 

 

 

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Artist Brief for Sewing the Tales of Jane

– Scheduled to take place Sep – Nov 2017 –

 

Background & Context

Our mission is to inspire and involve people in community arts, investing in and nurturing creativity. We have received funding from the Laura Ashley Foundation to run intergenerational textile workshops in Machynlleth and Montgomery in North Powys. The project will be themed around the writings and sewing work of Jane Austen as 2017 will be the 200th anniversary of her death.

Brief

Project Aim: The project aims to use the writings and sewing of Jane Austen as a way of exploring contemporary issues and as a way to bring the community together

 

Project Outcome: To bring the local community together to create wall hangings or quilts that will be permanently displayed in that community

 

What: We are looking for two artists, one to work in Montgomery and one to work in Machynlleth who will run ten 2.5 – 3 hour sessions in each town. We expect to work with 15 participants within each town. The sessions will involve participants exploring the writing and sewing works of Jane Austen and then designing and making a hanging or quilt and other art works as a creative response to her work. We will ask participants to sign up to take part in the ten workshops. Participants will make individual textile / sewing pieces as well as a group piece and this work along with information about Jane Austen and other artistic work made through the course of the project – for example photographs, film and oral recordings – will be recorded onto NFC tags (the technology found in contactless payments) that will be sewn into the hanging/quilt so that people can use their smart phones to access further information. The project will culminate in a community event / exhibition to showcase the work made at the end of November.

Target Group: All ages

 

Timescale: Week beginning Sep 4th and ending week beginning 6th Nov 2017

 

Venue: Venue TBC – one in Machynlleth and one in Montgomery

 

Sessions: 2.5 – 3 hour sessions

 

For your application please refer to the following:

  • The aim of the project and how your project proposal will meet this
  • How you will work with target group
  • How the project will work – a brief session outline / plan
  • The outcomes of the project and how they can be displayed at the final event

 

Remuneration

Fee:                       £765 for ten sessions + £382.50 towards prep time = £1,147.50 per artist

Materials:           £400 for each town + £150 towards exhibition / event costs

Mileage:              Mileage over a 50 mile roundtrip will be paid at £0.45 pence per mile (up to a maximum of £30 per session)

 

Skills, Qualifications & Experience

Essential:

  • Experience of working with the target group mentioned above

 

Desirable:

  • Ability to deliver bilingually

 

Application Procedure

To apply please complete the online application form.

 

Selection Procedure

All applicants will be assessed:

  • Solely on the information provided within the application
  • Objectively, based on the requirements of the project outlined in this brief
  • By the selection panel, drawn from the members of the board of Arts Connection, and, where appropriate representatives of partner organisations.

 

WARNING – Failure to supply all the required information will seriously affect your application.

If you have any queries or require support to complete your application please contact the office.

 

Deadline for submissions: 5pm, Friday 19th May

 

 

 

 

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Artist Brief for Indian Legends

– Scheduled to take place Sep – Nov 2017 –

 

Background & Context

Our mission is to inspire and involve people in community arts, investing in and nurturing creativity. Indian Legends is a multi- arts project involving participatory workshops based on the Clive Museum artefacts at Powis Castle which will result in a community exhibition. The project is funded by the Arts Council of Wales and NASFAS.

Brief

Project Aim: To engage families and community groups to explore and critically think about the connections between Indian and Welsh culture

 

Project Outcomes:

  • Increased skills in the arts
  • Improved confidence and self- esteem through supporting aspirations and helping participants to better perceive their own potential
  • Improved communication and interpersonal skills
  • Art work – Exhibition

 

What: We are looking for two artists, who should apply together, to work with participants to explore themes around the arts of the UK and India as it will be the 2017 Year of Culture theme. They will also explore what similarities there are between Indian and Welsh legend and folk stories as it is the Welsh Governments Year of Legends.  The project will be targeted at families and groups based on the Oldford estate in Welshpool and we will particularly look to attract those who would not ordinarily take part in arts activities. The project will run from Sep – Nov 2017 and include sessions at Powis Castle and the Scout Hut which is next to the Oldford estate.

 

The project will involve working with four different groups, with approximately 15 – 20participants in each. Each group will work with two arts practitioners over 6 sessions which will happen bi-weekly. The first session will involve participants visiting the Clive Museum at Powis Castle in Welshpool. Here they will be able to explore the cultural history, arts and artefacts from the UK and India. The following 5 sessions will involve the participants creating art works in response to the art and artefacts they saw. They should have the opportunity to respond in a range of artistic mediums in order that they are able to respond in the way that they want to. The project will culminate in an exhibition of the work, hopefully at Powis Castle.

 

Target Group: Families / Community Groups

 

Timescale: Sep – Nov 2017

 

Venue: Scout Hut & Powis Castle

 

Sessions: 24 sessions altogether split into four lots of 6 sessions lasting 2.5 – 3 hours

 

For your application please refer to the following:

  • The aim of the project and how your project proposal will meet this
  • How you will work with target group
  • How the project will work – a brief session outline / plan
  • The outcomes of the project and how they can be displayed at the final event

 

Remuneration

Fee:                       £1,836 for 24 sessions + £306 for prep = £2,142 per artist

Materials:           £400

Mileage:              Mileage over a 50 mile roundtrip will be paid at £0.45 pence per mile (up to a maximum of £30 per session)

 

Skills, Qualifications & Experience

Essential:

  • Experience of working with the target group mentioned above

 

Desirable:

  • Ability to deliver bilingually

 

Application Procedure

To apply please complete the online application form.

 

Selection Procedure

All applicants will be assessed:

  • Solely on the information provided within the application
  • Objectively, based on the requirements of the project outlined in this brief
  • By the selection panel, drawn from the members of the board of Arts Connection, and, where appropriate representatives of partner organisations.

 

WARNING – Failure to supply all the required information will seriously affect your application.

 

If you have any queries or require support to complete your application please contact the office.

 

Deadline for submissions: 5pm, Friday 19th May

 

 

 

 

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