Holocaust Memorial Day 2019 will be marked in Christchurch, with a commemoration service at The Captain’s Club Hotel followed by a Wreath Laying ceremony at the Holocaust Memorial site on the Quomps at Christchurch Quay.
The event will be held on Monday 28 January at 10am.
The Vicar of Christchurch, Reverend Canon Charles Stewart will begin the memorial before leading prayers alongside Rabbi Jesner, from the Bournemouth Hebrew Congregation and the Bournemouth Reform Synagogue (BJCR).
Guests from the Royal British Legion and Royal Navy Association, along with school children from Christchurch Junior School, Priory School, Burton Primary School and Highcliffe St Mark School will also join the Mayor to lay wreaths at the Holocaust Memorial site.
Those in attendance attendees will have the honour of hearing first-hand stories from Benjamin Thomas. His mother was a refugee who was taken from her home in Germany on the St Louis, but was refused entry to the United States of America. Benjamin’s story captures the theme of Holocaust Memorial Day this year (‘Torn from Home’).
Reverend Canon Charles Stewart will lead the ‘Power of Words’ message, to help understand how language has impacted our lives in the past and up to modern day.
Cllr Lesley Dedman, Mayor of Christchurch said “I would ask that people in our comfortable Borough of Christchurch not only remember the horrors of the past Holocaust but think of those in our own time. I ask that we think of the victims slaughtered in present genocides, and also of people forced out of their homes by persecution, and that we reflect on their efforts to rebuild their lives.”
All are welcome to join the memorial event.
Further information about Holocaust Memorial Day can be accessed here: http://hmd.org.uk/
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Dear Norfolk Arts Forum Members,
Welcome to the 18 January 2019 edition of the Norfolk Arts Forum Bulletin. Below you will find information on jobs, opportunities and funding for the arts in Norfolk.
Please note that due to reduced staff capacity at present we are sending the bulletin out every couple of weeks, the next email will be sent on the 25 January.In This Issue:
- Job Opportunities
- Opportunities for Artists/Writers/Performers
- Development Opportunities
- Industry Research & Information
- Funding Opportunities
- Volunteering Opportunities
Freelance contract: February 2019 – January 2020
75 hrs per month. Monthly fee £1,250
Deadline for applications: 12 noon, 31st January 2019
Interviews: 11th February, Norwich
The Culture Campaign Coordinator is a great new freelance contract at Visit East of England. This contract is part of our ongoing Look Sideways East project to build cultural tourism in Norfolk and Suffolk. This is a terrific opportunity to work with the marketing leads from all the major cultural organisations across Suffolk. This is a 12 month contract, 75 hrs a month for a fee of £1,250, plus travel costs. The contractor will work from their own base.
The Culture Campaign Coordinator will work with Visit East of England (VEE) and the Look Sideways East (LSE) Marketing Consortium to put together, promote and attract national interest in the outstanding cultural offer in Norfolk and Suffolk. This is part of the consortium’s ongoing programme of work to make Norfolk and Suffolk ‘must see cultural destinations’. This will coincide with the launch of a new Visit East of England website with a major emphasis on the cultural offer.
The Look Sideways East Marketing Consortium is a network of marketing leads from the major cultural organisations in Norfolk and Suffolk, that are working together to build cultural tourism in the East. It includes Snape Maltings, Theatre Royal Norwich, New Wolsey Theatre, DanceEast, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, The Apex, Norfolk and Norwich Festival, Norfolk Museums, National Centre for Writing, Marina Theatre Lowestoft and Visit Norwich, All about Ipswich, Visit Suffolk, Visit Norfolk and VEE. We want people to visit Norfolk and Suffolk for the first time, to return, stay longer and explore further.
For more information and to apply please click here.Development Manager and a Communications and Development Officer, Norfolk & Norwich Festival
Norfolk & Norwich Festival is recruiting for a Development Manager and a Communications and Development Officer for our new Communications and Development Team which brings together income generation and management of our public profile.
The Development Manager will lead income generation from sponsors, individuals, and support fundraising from trusts and foundations, across all activities and initiatives for Norfolk & Norwich Festival.
The Communications and Development Officer supports the development and delivery of communication and development campaigns, taking the lead on all electronic communications.
These are both exciting opportunities for people who have the skills and experience to meet the challenges of these jobs and who can bring energy to our organisation.
It is an exciting time to join us as we prepare for our next Festival in May and to celebrate our 250th anniversary in 2022.
Download the application pack, application form and equal opportunities monitoring form here https://nnfestival.org.uk/about-us/vacancies/
Deadline for applications is noon on Monday 4 February 2019Conservation Manager (IWM Duxford), Imperial War Museums
IWM is looking for a Conservation Manager to join our Care and Conservation team based at IWM Duxford.
The Conservation Manager will plan and manage programmes to conserve collection material at all of IWM’s five branches or at local venues. This will include overseeing external conservation contracts, and managing a team of conservators and conservation technicians.
You will also be responsible for one of the key conservation workflow strands in support of IWM’s projects.
Apply online via our website www.iwm.org.uk/corporate/jobs
Please note we do not accept only CV’s, you will be required to fill in an online application form.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 9am Thursday 31 January 2019.Norwich University of the Arts 3 Posts Evening Technician: Media
18 hours per week up to 30 weeks per academic year – 4.30 pm to 9.00 pm Monday to Thursday
Salary: £10.51 to £11.74 per hour
We are seeking to appoint an experienced and committed evening technician to ensure the effective operation of technical resources for media and design resources at St Andrews House.
Closing Date: 29/01/2019
Interview Date: 05/02/2019
Salary: £50,132 per annum
We are seeking to appoint an inspirational Course Leader for Architecture who shares the University’s ambition to extend and strengthen its provision in this subject area.
Closing Date: 28/01/2019
Interview Date: 18/02/2019
0.6 FTE (12 months fixed-term / maternity cover)
Salary: £19,919 to £23,765 per annum
We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Architecture who will organise and deliver the design, technology and representation curriculum through workshops, lectures, tutorials and seminars to an appropriate level for our ARB Part 1 accredited BA (Hons) Architecture course.
Closing Date: 28/01/2019
Interview Date: 11/02/2019
For more information and to apply please click here.Drama Facilitator, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds
The Education programme at Theatre Royal is committed to providing young people across Suffolk with the opportunity to learn from highly experienced Theatre Practitioners, watch performances from some of the leading children’s theatre companies internationally, get on stage and perform, build confidence in a familiar and friendly environment and Drama Facilitators are an integral part of its delivery.
This post is a flexible zero hours contract. It is anticipated as minimum 2 hours and with the potential to cover a maximum of 12 hours per week as part of the After School Drama Club Programme. There will also be the opportunity to lead on other projects within the Education Programme.
Please download the application pack https://www.theatreroyal.org/theatre-information/jobs/
Deadline for applications: 12 noon on Friday 1 February.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 12 February 2019Senior Digital Humanities Officer, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures
£33,199 to £39,609 per annum
The post is available on a full-time basis from 1 April 2019 for a fixed term period of 24 months.
Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures launched a Digital Japan Strand in September 2018. This position will enhance not only a timely response to the increasing importance of digital archiving, research practices, and digital exhibition, but will also be key to further developing SISJAC's connections with UEA and to help make SISJAC's digital offer widely available.
Closing Date: 7 February 2019
For more information and to apply please click here.Events Superviso, BeWILDerwood
BeWILDerwood is a wild and imaginative family adventure park based in Hoveton, Norfolk. With magical treehouses, exciting play structures and a hint of intriguing characters, BeWILDerwood brings a unique experience to the Norfolk Broads.
We are now looking for a highly motivated and experienced Events Supervisor, to join the Events department, contributing to our desire to become the UK’s most loved adventure park.
Starting Salary – circa £16-£20k per annum dependant on experience
This is a permanent, full time role that requires a flexible approach to hours and days worked.
Closing Date – Sunday 10th February
Interviews – w/c 18th February
For more information and to apply please click here.West Road Concert Hall Manager, West Road Concert Hall, University of Cambridge
Closes: 10th February 2019
The Faculty of Music at the University of Cambridge is seeking to appoint a Manager for the West Road Concert Hall to build on the successes of the Concert Hall as a first-class performance space supporting high-quality student music-making and playing host to a broad programme of externally promoted events which enrich the musical life of the Faculty, the wider University and the local community.
Leading a small operational team to ensure the effective running of the Concert Hall and associated facilities, the role holder will work strategically to balance academic needs with maximising opportunities for student performance and professional arts events, ensuring that relationships are nurtured with commercial clients to maintain essential revenue streams which support all other activity.
For further information and to apply, please visit http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/20082/Orchestra Librarian, Academy of Ancient Music
Closes: 4th February 2019
Reporting to the Head of Concerts & Planning and working closely with other key staff including the Chief Executive and Music Director, the librarian plays a key role researching and providing information on repertoire including editions and orchestrations.
This part-time role (2 days per week) is responsible for the purchase, rental or creation (where required) of material and the preparation thereof for rehearsal and performance, working with conductors, directors and soloists to ensure their requirements are met.
For full information, and for application details, please see the AAM website at https://www.aam.co.uk/orchestra-librarian/Creative Programmes Assistant - BLOC, Suffolk Libraries
37 hours per week on a fixed term contract until March 2022
We’re looking for a Creative Programmes Assistant to support the Creative Programmes Manager with the artistic planning and administration of the Suffolk Libraries arts programme - BLOC. We’re looking for an individual who:
- Has excellent communication skills and the enthusiasm to build positive and supportive relationships with our customers, team, partners and community
- Has a good level of writing, reading and numeracy skills
- Has excellent digital skills and is confident and competent in using the internet, email and a variety of technology.
- Has some administration experience as well as working with young people (desirable)
- Understands Suffolk Libraries’ services and what it delivers.
If you are creative and enjoy helping people, have a willingness to work within a team in a busy environment and an interest in arts and technology, we would love to hear from you.
For more details and the full job description please visit the Suffolk Libraries Website.
The closing date for applications is Friday 15 February 2019.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 5 March 2019.
DGAS Music Women's Project runs drumming workshops for women who have experienced problems in their lives. We are looking for women musicians who have experience of playing and facilitating African drum rhythms and facilitating music making sessions.
At present we are between funding for workshops but expect to receive funding in the coming year so are hoping to build new working partnerships with women musicians. Could interested women please email a brief resume to email@example.com
Women only need make contact under Schedule 9 (part 1) of The Equality Act 2010.Call out for artists to take part in Waveney Valley 2019 Sculpture Trail
Applications are now open for artists from across the country to apply to take part in the Waveney & Blyth Arts sculpture trail at The Raveningham Centre, ten miles south of Norwich, a three-acre site of hidden groves, orchards, kitchen gardens and walkways.
In 2019 the sculpture trail will take place over five weeks, from 2nd August to 8th September.
The Curator, Sarah Cannell, is particularly interested in applications from artists who will respond to the space and create site specific works.
Artists have until midnight on Friday 25th January 2019 to apply. Applications cost £15 which will also include membership to Waveney & Blyth Arts for 2019.
For more information about Waveney & Blyth Arts and to apply visit www.waveneyandblytharts.comThe Library Presents Open Call for Artists & Performers - Autumn, Babylon ARTS
Cambridgeshire County Council has been awarded National Portfolio Organisation funding from Arts Council England to run The Library Presents in partnership with Babylon ARTS until 2022. The Library Presents programme will bring quality arts activities into Libraries in market towns and villages across Cambridgeshire.
The programme aims to inspire and deliver a vibrant inclusive programme of high quality arts activities in accessible and welcoming venues.
This is an open call for artists to suggest material for The Library Presents menu for autumn 2019.
To view our online application please click here.
Deadline for Expressions of Interest: 15th February 2019.Development Opportunities Aesop Institute 2019 - New development opportunity for Arts and Health professionals
Aesop Institute 2019 is a continuing a professional development programme aimed at supporting professionals in the arts and health sectors develop the knowledge, skills and competencies relevant to the provision and growth of successful arts in health programmes. Click here for more information.
Applications deadline: 15 February 2019.Training sessions at The Garage in February
Being Restorative, Thursday 21 February, 9.30am-4.30pm
Learn how to restore good relationships when there has been conflict or harm, to reduce the possibility of such conflict and harm arising. Restorative approaches work by building relationships, maintaining relationships and repairing relationships when harm has been caused.
Restorative approaches support emotional and social development and literacy and equip people with problem solving skills and the ability to manage conflict when it occurs. Restorative approaches also help build respect, responsibility, resolution and reintegration. This session is being delivered by Norfolk County Council.
Bookings: 01603 283382.
Schemes of Work and Lesson Planning, Thursday 7 February, 9.30am-12pm
This session will help you plan better for delivering your own teaching by looking at different methods for creating schemes of work and lesson plans. It will touch on aims, objectives, sequencing of learning, differentiation, challenge and keeping learning focused on the bigger picture.
Bookings: 01603 283382.
11 February 2019, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Conference Aston, Birmingham
Challenge your ideas about inclusivity and equity in relation to audience engagement at this one-day event from the AMA. It will challenge you but it will also equip you with confidence to make changes and shape your workplace at a new level. You’ll hear from speakers who will share good practice and help you clarify your approach in engaging new and diverse audiences. Challenge your ideas about inclusivity and equity in relation to audience engagement. Leave with practical tools and strategic ideas to implement straight away.
In addition to the main symposium, join your peers for a second day of workshops and discussion on 12 February, designed specifically for leaders of cultural organisations.
For more information and to book a place please click here.NEW YEAR - NEW SKILLS… Artpocket programme of exciting short courses for adults in 2019
Book Arts 25th February – 6 weeks (6-8) Artpocket, Norwich
Stitched Textiles Studio Project
28th February – 5 weeks (6.30 -9) Creative Crafts, Station Road, Sheringham
SHARE Museums East delivers a bespoke training programme to Accredited museums in the East of England.The programme covers the following areas: collections management, audience development, leadership, organisational resilience and learning. We welcome those outside the region, or not within the ACE Accreditation Scheme, but please be aware priority is given to those within the Scheme and other delegates may be charged a small fee to attend. Find event details and training herein_collusion
A creative industries development programme focused on enterprise and innovation. Aiming to enhance creative technology skills and transfer knowledge across sectors through the creation of new public artworks. It will generate disruptive outcomes through the creation of content rich projects that explore the areas of artificial intelligence, virtual/augmented/mixed reality, and data culture.
Find out more hereArts Fundraising & Philanthropy Training Courses
Unlock your fundraising potential with Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy's new suite of face-to-face training courses. Taking place all over the country between September 2018 - March 2019, our courses cover a broad range of fundraising skills pitched at different levels. The Essentials series is designed for those earlier in their career, whilst for those further on, we have the Leadership and Governance series, or for something specific take a look at our new Specialist series.Industry Research & Information Make Music Day 2019 – Norfolk network event
You are invited to join King’s Lynn Festival, Norfolk Music Education Hub and representatives from Make Music Day UK on Monday 21 January in King’s Lynn to hear about Make Music Day 2019. We’re looking to gather together a range of musicians, music groups, arts organisations, venues, businesses – anyone interested in turning Make Music Day into something huge in Norfolk! On 21 January, there will be an opportunity to hear about Make Music Day and plans for 2019, discuss ways to get involved, network and form partnerships.
Monday 21 January, 4.30-6.30pm
Fermoy Gallery, King's Lynn
Please RSVP via Eventbrite here.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Creativity and Wellbeing: A National Celebration
For the past seven years, London Arts in Health Forum has hosted a festival of culture and health in London each June. From 2019, in collaboration with the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance, Creativity and Wellbeing will become a national event with events happening right across England. We are hoping that people interested can start planning events now. The festival will take place from 10-16 June 2019 and is a great opportunity to showcase the work that is happening bringing together culture and health in one place. Find out more hereThe Museum Freelance Network
Freelancers make up a significant and growing part of the workforce in the museums sector and undertake a huge variety of work. Freelancers offer flexibility; can provide a particular expertise, experience or skillset; bring an unbiased and independent perspective; and can provide innovative thinking, a fresh pair of eyes and a different approach. https://www.museumfreelance.org/Funding Opportunities Norfolk County Council Arts Project Fund
The Arts Project Fund supports initiatives and events in all art forms and multi art form areas. This includes the development and promotion of a wide range of arts activity in communities throughout Norfolk. Each year we make awards of up to £500 to around 70 projects.
The next deadline is the 31st of January 2019.
If you would like to apply please contact email@example.com to discuss your project and eligibility.Grants 4 Norfolk
Looking for funding? Try our FREE Norfolk County Council search facility serving both businesses and communities. Local, regional and national funding opportunities available. Register hereBreckland Business Innovation Den
Breckland Council would like to invite entrepreneurs in the district to bid for a one-off investment of up to £20,000 to help develop their business ideas.
Deadline: 4 February 2019
The North Norfolk District Council Arts and Culture Fund is open for applications, the fund offers grants of up to £2,000.
The aim of the Fund is to improve the health and wellbeing of North Norfolk residents through active participation and engagement in arts and culture.
Any voluntary or community organisation with a project to improve the health and wellbeing of a community or specific group of residents in North Norfolk is encouraged to apply to the Fund.
Projects will need to demonstrate the active involvement or participation of North Norfolk residents, e.g. establishment of a community choir, participatory arts, dance, drama and music events.
Applications for an Arts and Culture grant will be assessed 3 times a year with the deadline for applications being the last Friday of June, October and February. Decisions on completed applications received will be made by delegated authority within 4 weeks of the deadline. The net deadline is: Friday 22nd February.
For more information about the Arts and Culture Fund or to apply for a grant visit www.north-norfolk.gov.uk and search “Arts and Culture Fund”.
To discuss a potential application call the Communities Team on 01263 516173 or 01263 516248.Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Small Grants Scheme
A wide range of activities can be funded through revenue and capital grants, and need to meet at least one of the following outcomes:
- Improved understanding of different people and cultures in our local community
- Increased involvement from people who face barriers to participation in community life
- Greater use of community buildings or outdoor community spaces particularly in rural areas
- Healthier and safer lifestyles for the whole community
- Increased participation in arts and cultural activities which are accessible to the whole community
Revenue grants are available up to a maximum of £2,500.
Revenue grants can cover running costs and activity/ operational costs.
Capital grants can cover equipment, building, and refurbishment costs. Grants up to 1/3 of costs up to a maximum grant of £10,000 are available.
Deadline: 15 February 2019
Applications can be made at any time while the Fund is open. Please note, this funding programme is currently available up until and including June 30th 2019. The following levels of Match Funding grants are currently available:
Breckland Council Match Funding Small Grants
Funding of between £500 and £5,000.
With this funding stream applicants can expect a maximum of 50% of the total project cost therefore match funding is required which can be from your own funds or other external funders.
Breckland Council Match Funding Large Grants
Funding of between £5,001 and £20,000.
With this funding stream there is a maximum of 30% of the total project cost available, therefore match funding is required which can be from your own funds or other external funders.
Broadland District Council’s Community at Heart Grants programme is designed to help meet the needs of local community groups and the provision of community-led activities and projects.
Maximum Grant: £5,000
The New Endeavour Rangers Fund aims to support charitable organisations offering opportunities and positive activities for children and young people in Great Yarmouth and Gorleston.
Applications can be received at any time with decisions being made in June and November.
The Fund will not support activities for the under-fives.
Grants of between £500 – £2,000 are available.
Some examples of projects previously supported include:
- Youth clubs and holiday programmes
- Trips and activities for young carers
- Opportunities for children and young people to learn new skills
- Positive activities to support families
Applications are invited for projects that meet one or both of the following priority themes:
- Mental Health & Wellbeing
- Vulnerable Families
Applications for grants of up to £10,000 can be accepted. While funds able to offer this size of grant in full are limited, we will aim to look at multiple funds to secure the funds needed. If your group would normally apply to several NCF funds for the same or similar costs, this is an opportunity to make a request that reflects your funding needs without the requirement for multiple applications.
Applicants can submit ONE application to a themed call.
Deadline: 8 March 2019
The Cultural Impact Development Fund offers repayable finance between £25,000 and £150,000 to arts, cultural and creative organisations that are committed to improving the quality of their impact practice and evaluation and could benefit from external support with this. It aims to enable ambitious organisations in the arts and cultural sector to take on small-scale repayable finance in order to achieve social outcomes, and to increase the capability of arts and cultural organisations to articulate, achieve, monitor and evaluate their intended social impact. Applications will be accepted until the 31st of August 2021. More information can be found hereCommunity grants programme, Norwich City Council
Tiered grants of £50, £300 and £500 are available to community groups or groups of residents wishing to undertake small projects or activities that support people getting involved in their neighbourhood. There are no deadlines for applications. You can submit your proposal at any time during the year and we aim to assess them within 4-6 weeks where we can. More information can be found hereThe Architectural Heritage Fund
The AHF is a registered charity, working since 1976 to promote the conservation and sustainable re-use of historic buildings for the benefit of communities across the UK, particularly in economically disadvantaged areas. Where a building is listed, scheduled, or within a conservation area or of acknowledged historic merit – and potentially involves a change of ownership and/or use – we can help with our advice, development grants or loans. More information hereArts Council National Lottery Projects Grants
Arts Council England has created National Lottery Project Grants as an open-access programme for arts, museums and libraries projects (arts projects taking place in libraries). Applications must meet the programme’s four criteria: Quality, Public engagement, Finance and Management. Grants of between £1,000 and £100,000 are available. More information hereThe Geoffrey Watling Charity
Maximum award:£ 30,000. The Geoffrey Watling Charity offers grants to charitable organisations in the County of Norfolk and the Waveney District of Suffolk so that they can continue and develop their work in the community. More information hereDeveloping your Creative Practice, Arts Council England
Developing your Creative Practice is a development fund designed to support independent creative practitioners to ensure excellence is thriving in England’s arts and culture sector. The fund will create more pathways for individuals, from a range of creative practices and backgrounds. It will allow creative practitioners the time and space to undertake ambitious research and development, helping to make a step-change in their practice. Round 4 will open for applications on 17 January 2019 and close at 12pm (noon) on 21 February 2019.. More information hereVolunteering Opportunities Volunteering Opportunities, Creative Arts East
CAE are looking for positive, energetic people who would like to help us run the 'Our Day Out' music and dance sessions. More information can be found here.Volunteering Opportunities, Norfolk Museums Service
Volunteering at Norfolk Museums Service can be a very rewarding and sociable experience. You'll meet like-minded people, gain new experience, learn new skills and support Norfolk's heritage. More information can be found here.Norfolk Arts Forum
Through sound and photography, Cambridge researcher Dr Elizabeth Turk shares her experiences of talking to shamanic healers in Mongolia. Over the past eight years, the social anthropologist has been exploring the increased popularity of nature-based remedies and ‘alternative’ medicine in the wake of the region's seismic politico-economic shifts of recent decades.Elizabeth TurkBuyankhishig criss-crossed the hillside before making offerings of vodka and milk. Then, beating her drum and chanting, she invited her ancestral spirits to enter her body.
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Enquiries continue after a 19-year-old man was stabbed in Leicester.
An investigation by detectives is continuing following the incident, which happened in Everest Court at around 2.50am yesterday (Thursday 17 January).
Immediate enquiries led officers to identify two suspect vehicles, one of which failed to stop for police before colliding with railings in Scraptoft Lane. The other vehicle is still outstanding.
Two people, a 19-year-old man and a 16-year-old boy were subsequently arrested in connection with the incident. They have since been released under investigation.
The victim was taken to the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham with non-life-threatening injuries.
A cordon which was in place at Everest Court to allow officers to carry out enquiries at the scene has since been removed.
Detective Sergeant George Fraser said: “While our investigation continues, I would urge anyone who was in Everest Court or the surrounding areas of St Matthews early on Thursday morning to come forward if they think they have any information that could help us.”
Call 101, quoting incident 31 of 17 January.