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This is a list of the current opportunities. Please click on an opportunity to see the full details.

Montage Theatre Arts - a friendly and professional theatre school for children aged 3-16 - is seeking a drama teacher for their Saturday School. Based in Brockley, South East London.


Spotlight are on the lookout for exceptional Youth Workers with a passion for Young People & The Arts to come and join our ever growing team.


Applications are open from 27th March 2017 for Prosper - the new, Arts Council England-funded business support programme for the arts, museums and libraries.


Opportunity for Lewisham schools


Become a charity trustee: make new connections; and share your skills and expertise.


An opportunity for local orgs who provide services for children and families in Lewisham to have a space.


Grants of between £5,000 and £20,000 are available. Deadline for applications: Friday 12th May at 12 noon.


“Diamonds of Deptford” Workshops. Come along to this fun workshop to make your own pieces of fantasy junk jewellery. Model your creations, have your photo taken and become part of our ‘Diamonds of Deptford’ community artwork.


Co-founded and judged by Spread the Word and Young People's Laureate for London Caleb Femi to celebrate and nurture poetry written by young people in the capital.


Use crowdfunding to stimulate support form London Borough of Lewisham Festival Fund who will pledge a maximum of 70% of the total cost of your project.


As part of an exhibition of photography “Activating the Future – Architectural Spaces”, which engages with the changing architectural landscape of Deptford and London – its shapes, structures and spaces, the artist Daniela white is offering a talk & workshop for students.


Brockley Street Art Festival is running tours in June taking in a selection of work produced by past festivals, as well as an opportunity to observe some live painting.


Working with Kinetica, two local artists will have the chance to each design and paint one six-metre long silk scroll for Royal Greenwich during a six-day residency in Thurrock. The scrolls will be paraded with nine others along the Thames in September 2017, on a walk starting in Kew and finishing in Southend. The residency will benefit artists that want to develop their skills and explore new artistic processes.


Applications invited for between £100 and £20,000 to deliver specific projects and activities in the park.


At National Maritime Museum and the Queen’s House


Over the past 50 years The Garfield Weston Foundation has supported a wide range of organisations with grants of varying sizes. Recent funding has supported projects in the following categories: Arts, Community, Education, Welfare, Medical, Religion, Youth and Environment


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