Be a part of the Great Exhibition of the North

Be a part of the Great Exhibition of the North

Be part of a once in a lifetime opportunity to celebrate and tell the story of how the North of England’s great art and culture, design and innovation, continues to transform today and tomorrow’s world. The Great Exhibition of the North want to hear from those with a creative vision to help create a memorable experience which draws on and celebrates the North.

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£20,000 Jerwood/FVU Award open for submissions

£20,000 Jerwood/FVU Award open for submissions

Jerwood and Film and Video Umbrella are looking for proposals for ambitious new works that will surprise, disconcert and disarm on the theme of 'Unintended Consequences.' Two selected artists will create the proposed work over a 10-month period. Finished works will be exhibited at Jerwood Space, London, before touring nationally.

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Hatton Gallery launches touring contemporary art commission on BALTIC Square

Hatton Gallery launches touring contemporary art commission on BALTIC Square

The Hatton Gallery at Newcastle University is currently closed for a £3.8million refurbishment. Glasgow-based artist Toby Paterson has been commissioned to create a touring pavilion inspired by the Hatton Gallery’s history of teaching, exhibition making and collections. The pavilion will tour Newcastle and Gateshead from April – August 2017.

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Do schools have to choose between the EBacc and the arts?

Do schools have to choose between the EBacc and the arts?

New Schools Network recently published a report on arts education. The Two Cultures: Do schools have to choose between the EBacc and the arts? explores the impact that recent Key Stage 4 reforms have had on GCSE study in England's state-funded schools, and calls for more arts organisations to get directly involved in setting up new free schools.

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Help Arts Council England understand their reputation as an employer

Help Arts Council England understand their reputation as an employer

Arts Council England are looking to understand what potential job applicants think of their organisation as a place to work. They are looking for people with established careers in the arts to fill out a short survey to help them improve how they engage with job applicants in the future.

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