We’ve collected a wide range of events, masterclasses and workshops for you to get involved with.
Whether you are looking to upskill yourself, network, tell your story, or just socialise with creatives and professionals, we’ve got you covered.
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For too long, the topic of climate change has been seen through a narrow lens, neglecting the voices and experiences of communities that have been marginalised and oppressed. At Lunar Campfires, we want to change that by engaging with the local community and hearing their perspective on climate action and how green spaces like The Centre of The Earth can better serve and engage with them.
We believe that everyone should have access to green spaces and nature, regardless of their background or identity. That’s why we want to hear your ideas on how we can make these spaces more inclusive and accessible for everyone.
Join us for a day of thought-provoking and insightful discussions where young people and the local community will share their knowledge and lived experiences. This is an opportunity to meet like-minded individuals who aim to make meaningful changes from the perspective of minoritised communities regarding climate.
The event will take place on Saturday, 20th May from 2 pm – 6pm at the Centre of The Earth, and we promise you a day filled with thought-provoking activities and excellent food. Let’s come together and positively impact our planet, one step at a time.
The Royal Air Force Museum is a national museum, a government non-departmental public body and a registered charity. It houses a collection of 1.3m objects held in trust for the British people.
They are looking for a passionate, hardworking individual to intern with their exhibitions and interpretation team. The successful applicant will be involved in developing and presenting new exhibits and displays within the midlands, as well as conducting related audience research and evaluation.
The PRS Foundation is the largest charitable funder of music and talent development. Applications are now live for their open fund for music creators.
This particular grant supports songwriters and composers of all genres and backgrounds, no matter the stage of their careers. The fund can cover the following.
South Bank Centre is a complex of artistic venues on the banks of the Thames River. They are currently the largest arts centre in the United Kingdom.
With the support of the TS foundation, the centre annually recruits a cohort of young poets from across the country to participate in their New Poetry Collective programme.
The Programme enables poets to hone their creative skills across monthly in-person sessions and culminates in a presentation and zine at the annual London Literature Festival.
Live Theatre has an international reputation as a new writing theatre. They are on the lookout for outstanding, imaginative story-led ideas to be the recipients of their annual £2500 Bursary.
As well as monetary help, the bursary also includes dramaturgical and producing support. Successful applicants are given the opportunity to perform their pieces as part of Live Theatre’s Festival of new work in 2024.
Although Live Theatre focuses on the North East, applications from elsewhere in the UK are welcome.