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

We're looking for an enthusiastic new member of our team, our Programme Coordinator.


Grants of £30,001 to £150,000 (or up to £200,000 in rare circumstances and with permission from the Youth Music team) are available and the fund is designed to support:

  • Music-making and music-making related activities for children and young people (aged 0-25) facing barriers,
  • Workforce and organisational development to promote a relevant, diverse, and inclusive music offer for all children and young people.

Two Temple Place is looking for a temporary fixed-term Schools Workshop Facilitator, autumn ’21-May ’22.  An exciting new post, responsible for creating and running workshops for state-funded primary schools alongside the new exhibition Body Vessel Clay: Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art. You will have a track record in inspiring young people to create and explore, and in bringing the arts to life. We are particularly keen to hear from Global Majority candidates.  www.twotempleplace.org  Applications close Friday 8 October at 10am.


ACE have launched a new fund for organisations at imminent risk of failure, particular those who have not yet received grants from the Culture Recovery Fund, to support them until the end of the year.


(This role is initially fixed term to 31 March 2022 with a review)

Are you interested in contributing to a vibrant and diverse programme which strives to represent and be relevant to the people of London, empowering identifies and enriching the culturally rich landscape of the City? 

We are looking for a Participation Producer who will join the Public Programming team whose work strives to prioritise underrepresented voices and communities, developing artists and working with high profile artists and grass roots talent and organisations.


Every child’s imagination should be inspired by the arts. West End in Schools' mission is to use the skills of the professional theatre to provide highly creative cultural experiences for children which they will remember forever.


art-K is a private art education service which teaches children (who love art!) weekly during the day, after school and on the weekend. art-K has developed a specialist art program that tutors art skills to create great pieces of art. We are the largest art education service in England, teaching around 3000 children nationally per week!


We are very excited to be starting a new project called Botany Bay- Heritage responds to Colonialism, Climate Change and Covid 


BOTANY BAY will focus on the botanical and horticultural heritage of Britain, and in particular its relationship to the heritage of colonialism. It will engage a diverse range of young people and adult volunteers with this heritage, exploring how decolonising our understanding of horticulture can lead to more sustainable lifestyles. 


Blackheath Halls is looking for an enthusiastic leader for its Youth Choir to work alongside the Musical Director, Helen Brookes.


Expressions of interest invited for two artists, artist collectives or companies to be resident at the heart of Lewisham Council as part of the Mayor of London’s Borough of Culture 2022.


Community Chest

The Community Chest was set up in 2013 to fund projects that will make a difference to the Phoenix community. Since then, we have awarded £900,000 to 100 projects benefitting more than 21,500 people.. Previous projects have covered a wide range of activities, from family away days to African drumming classes.

We believe that these projects help create a stronger community and support our residents to gain new skills and access experiences and opportunities that may otherwise not be available.


This role is supported by the Government’s Kickstart Scheme and Tea Dance for Little People. It is open to candidates aged 16-24 and in receipt of Universal Credit. It is a 6-month contract.


£26,500- £28,000
21 hours per week (excluding unpaid breaks)


Sound Connections is a development organisation championing young people’s music-making, with inclusivity and social justice at the heart. We facilitate Wired4Music, a network for creatives aged 16-25 powered by youth voice; we run a dynamic programme of professional development; and we lead ground-breaking research, advocacy and change programmes. We also run a thriving consultancy service, which in recent years has taken us across the UK and beyond to countries including Poland, Lebanon and Jordan. Our roots are in music but we work with the wider creative and cultural sectors too. We have successfully adapted all our programmes to online delivery during the pandemic.


Up to £4000 to help design posters that promote healthy choices as part of Childhood Obesity Trailblazer Programme Deadline 30 September.


We are looking for a Participation & Learning Producer to help organise our schools programmes, public participation and talent development schemes, and develop new ways of engaging communities in creative music-making. Experience of event production and an understanding of what is needed to deliver high quality, creative and inclusive arts experiences for people from all backgrounds and abilities is required, with strong project management and communication skills. If this sounds like you, please download the job description and application form below.


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