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Group Work Facilitator at The Manchester Men’s Room

The Manchester Men’s Room (TMR) is arts and health charity which supports young men engaged in or at risk of involvement in sex work or exploitation. For the last 15 years TMR have delivered a range of services to marginalised and chaotic young male sex workers and young men at risk of exploitation. As an art based social care charity, TMR place arts based practice at the core of our work. The centrality of the arts to our engagement allows us to develop trust and establish positive and productive relationships with young men living extremely chaotic, marginalised and often harmful lives.

Hours: 
Sessional Role to start with 6 hours a month expected delivery 3 hours a fortnight on a Monday evening
Salary: 
£18.00 per hour
Location: 
Manchester

Cultural Engagement Coordinator at Venture Arts

Venture Arts is a progressive, award-winning visual arts charity based in Hulme, Manchester. Venture Arts strive for people with learning disabilities to engage with and gain recognition in art, culture and society. Venture Arts support adults and young people with learning disabilities to reach their full potential.

Hours: 
20 hours per week
Salary: 
£23,800 per annum (pro rata)
Location: 
Manchester
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Marketing and Communications Officer at Venture Arts

Venture Arts is a progressive, award-winning visual arts charity based in Hulme, Manchester. Venture Arts strive for people with learning disabilities to engage with and gain recognition in art, culture and society. Venture Arts support adults and young people with learning disabilities to reach their full potential.

Hours: 
22.5 hours per week
Salary: 
£20,000 – £22,000 per annum pro rata dependent on experience
Location: 
Manchester
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Screening of Sorry We Missed You – followed by Q&A with Ken Loach

3 February, 2020 - 17:45 to 21:30

Greater Manchester Law Centre (GMLC) and Thompsons Solicitors are pleased to announce a community screening of Ken Loach's latest highly acclaimed new film: "Sorry We Missed You."

Sorry We Missed You starkly documents the issues facing millions of workers in the gig economy who work on ‘flexible’ zero hours contracts with little job security and poor working conditions.

Human Library at Manchester Metropolitan University

26 February, 2020 - 12:00 to 16:00

The Human Library is just like an ordinary library, except the books are all people. You can borrow a human book you would like to know more about. Then you can sit and talk for 15-20 minutes and ask the questions you might not otherwise have had the opportunity to ask.

The Human Library aims to improve understanding of people in minority, disadvantaged or stigmatised communities, to foster greater understanding and to challenge stereotypes.

You can find out more about the Human Library by visiting their website.

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Get funding for a community event

16 Jan 2020 - 12:02 by michelle.foster

Manchester City CouncilCommunity Events Funding is available from Manchester City Council to fully constituted community groups as development funding to help community based, not-for-profit celebrations and events grow and move towards becoming self sustaining. The grant is available for activities taking place between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2021.

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BFI Doc Society Local: North West

31 January, 2020 - 09:00 to 18:00

The BFI Network invites new and emerging creative filmmaking talent, established filmmakers and a kaleidoscope of creative voices to join them to explore the landscape for non-fiction film across the UK. The event will be diving into the detail on Doc Society and how the Network works with filmmakers, funding, showcasing inspiring creative doc shorts and features, excavating commissioning opportunities and hosting an afternoon of 1-2-1 doc surgeries and networking.

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Horizons Festival 2020 – Call Out for Expressions of Interest

20 Dec 2019 - 10:56 by michelle.foster

This opportunity is aimed at Northern-based artists and companies from refugee backgrounds.

Horizons Festival celebrates international arts and global culture and runs alongside Refugee Week. The festival features a week long programme of theatre, film, art, performance, workshops and debate showcasing the artistic talent of refugees and migrants.

The festival takes place at HOME, Manchester and is co-produced with Community Arts North West (CAN). The third Horizons Festival will take place between 13 and 20 June 2020.

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Marketing and Communications Manager at the Manchester Jewish Museum

Opened in 1984, Manchester Jewish Museum is housed in a former synagogue on the edge of the city centre. Recently listed as one of the best small museums in the UK, last year it became one of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisations.

With the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF), it will open a new museum in 2021. A new two-storey extension is currently being built to house a major new gallery, collection store, learning studio and learning kitchen. The historic synagogue is being restored and refurbished and will become a unique performance space.

Hours: 
21 hours per week
Salary: 
£30,000 pro rata
Location: 
Manchester
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