Odd Arts is looking for a dynamic, creative, socially aware, community focussed and highly experienced individual to become a Applied Theatre Quality and Training Lead. Odd Arts strive to have a team that reflects and understands the diverse communities they work with.
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This new fund is designed to support activity to redress the under-representation of participatory artists from ethnically diverse communities in arts and mental health.
In this round, the Baring Foundation are looking for projects that:
This event is for charities, social enterprises and community businesses working in the Arts, Culture and Heritage sector who would like to learn more about how social investment could be a useful financial tool.
Let's Talk Good Finance offers social enterprises and charities the opportunity to:
Manchester Craft and Design Centre (MCDC) houses 20 studios in the Northern Quarter with a café, exhibition and events space, and supportive staff team. The studios are open to the public, where community of makers create and sell their work.
The Rebuilding Heritage programme is providing free one to one and group support for individuals and organisations in the heritage sector. This support is open to organisations (including voluntary organisations) and to individuals, for example: sole traders/freelancers and those running a limited business.
On Thursday 25 February at 12pm the Booth Centre will launch their Arts Programme for 2021/2022. Join the Booth Centre for a workshop that will explore the idea of developing arts programmes which have the full involvement of people who have experience of homelessness. This workshop will look at what’s possible, what the opportunities are, what the barriers are and how these can be overcome.
Grade II listed music hall Hulme Hippodrome’s future is under threat as the building goes up for sale by auction on 10 February.
An iconic building of social, historical and architectural significance, it has been neglected into a very poor state of repair by its previous owners Gilbert Deya Ministries.
Members of the public are being invited to have their say on how Manchester's history and the people who made it should be reflected in its public spaces across the city, and in so doing help shape future policy on this.
The online consultation runs until 22 March 2021 and is open to everyone with an interest in the subject and the council wants to hear views from as many people as possible.
In March 2020, the lights were dimmed on Manchester’s Arts and Culture sector, with theatres, libraries, museums and arts centres being amongst the first to close their doors to the public at the start of the pandemic.
Have you experienced challenges as a tenant in the private rental sector?
Do you have ideas to improve tenant-landlord relations, or to protect tenants' rights?
Want to make a change?
Led by theatre facilitator Katy Rubin, these drop-in workshops will lead to an opportunity to participate in a community theatre project to support and strengthen tenants' rights.