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.

Check below for upcoming opportunities 



Sonia Sabri Company is a dynamic company which produces work relevant to modern audiences. They are inspired by the rich possibilities that occur when Indian and British culture intersect. Throughout the last year they have been running the Global Youth Ensemble: weekly music sessions that utilise instruments from global traditions to nurture musical skills, confidence, and appreciation for heritage.  
As the program is ending, we are working with them to host a focus group. The data and opinions collected from the 2-hour session will shape the program’s future iteration, ensuring its sustainability and reach. As a token of appreciation for your time, you will receive a £25 voucher.
About the Global Music Youth Ensemble (GMYE): The Global Music Youth Ensemble (GMYE) united youth aged 12-25 from diverse migrant communities in Birmingham. Through weekly music sessions, they collaborated using instruments from global traditions, nurturing musical skills, confidence, and appreciation for their heritage.

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Kids In Musuems-Young Trustee

Museums have for a long time not been seen as the domain of children. Kids in Museums have made it their mission to change this. Since their  founding  in 2003, they  have led significant change in the sector, with family friendliness and the active involvement of young people central to their work.

The organisation is currently recruiting  for a talented young individual to join their Board of Trustees. The position is open to anyone between the ages of 16-25. The successful applicant will  help increase the impact of their current programmes, support new work, work closely with our Youth Panel (16-25s) and ensure the effective governance of the charity. Free training and ongoing support for  the new Young Trustees will be provided. The costs of travel, accommodation and any other expenses required to attend meetings will also be covered.



For Artists by Artists …. Thats one of the first thing that come to mind when reading about Maia Group.  The organisation has been  kicking around since 2013  and centres arts and social  justice within its every day practice.  The organisation is currently hiring for several pro-rata positions that are listed below:

  • Communications specialist– this position centres around storytelling, marketing and PR. (3 days a week, £30k pro rata, Birmingham or remote)
  • Cultural organiser and leader– This position centres around curation  and steward work (2.5 days a week, £30k pro rata, Birmingham)
  • Land and spatial justice advocate, This position centres around the technical details around built environment projects, the successful applicants will  co-ordinate and build relationships within communities and with stakeholders to make change happen (2.5 days a week, £30k pro rata, Birmingham).
  • Freelance researcher / practitioner – The position  will focus on regenerative economics and mutual aid, the successful applicant will undertake a short action research project exploring how MAIA supports the personal, structural and sustained capacities within our liberation movement (£5k freelance assignment, Birmingham).