The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust is recruiting for a new project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. ‘Coming in from the Cold’ is a three-year project that aims to support BAME community groups to develop and deliver heritage projects and increase the representation of these communities in archival collections in Greater Manchester. Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust is seeking applications for two trainee library and archive assistants.
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Alone Together is an exhibition exploring young people’s sense of being alone and being together running from 10 - 27 September 2019 (closed weekends), 1pm-5pm at The Horsfall, 87-91 Great Ancoats Street, Manchester M4 5AG.
Home are looking for a Young People’s Programme Producer (maternity cover) to join their team.
The Young People’s Programme Producer is vital to ensuring HOME is an organisation that provides a diverse range of young people with the opportunity to get involved in the arts, showcase their work, have a voice, develop skills, talent and confidence and improve their wellbeing within a creative environment.
The ideal candidate:
The last Friday of every month, Hope Mill Theatre based in Ancoats, Manchester hosts a relaxing play reading group, from 11am - 1pm. Open to all ages, it is a great way to meet new people, enjoy a hot beverage and immerse yourself in the world of theatre, and is often hosted by cast members of upcoming shows. This month it will be a member from the cast of Mame, which premieres on the 29 September.
The Whitworth is looking for two emerging artists from any discipline, aged 24 or under, to help them shape their work with young people and local communities.
In his seminal book Utopia (1516), Thomas More gave name and form to an idea that captured the human imagination - that of aspiring to an ideal future, an improved world, a better society.
Arts Council England have recently published their draft strategy for 2020-2030, which will shape their development, advocacy and investment approach over the next ten years. They have opened a consultation on their draft strategy which closes on 23 September 2019.
Uniting people, pencils and pixels across the globe for the 19th colourful year, visual literacy charity The Big Draw have announced their annual flagship celebration of creativity The Big Draw Festival, this year themed: Drawn To Life will be launched at Manchester Art Gallery, UK on Sunday 29 September with a free, open to all, creative extravaganza…
Chorlton Book Festival returns for its 15th year with a bumper programme of events including Karline Smith, Paul Tudor Owen, Caroline England, Flapjack Press, Matt Goodfellow, family fun days, quiz nights, history walks and oodles of other goodies to celebrate reading, spoken word and libraries.
For further information and the programme visit: www.chorltonbookfestival.co.uk
Formed in 1967 and based in Manchester, the Northern Chamber Orchestra is one of the country’s top professional chamber orchestras, with its concerts and recordings warmly received by critics. The members of the NCO are distinguished chamber musicians who regularly appear as soloists. Described as being ‘Simply world-class’ by Opera Magazine, the orchestra presents an annual series of concerts across the North of England, which attract acclaimed soloists, and is engaged by festivals, choirs and event promoters.
The Lancaster Playwriting Prize is an initiative arising out of the cultural partnership between Lancaster University and The Dukes Theatre, Lancaster; it is supported by Lucy Briers. The Prize aims to discover new voices from a diverse range of backgrounds; each year, it has different entry criteria in order to reach underserved playwrights.