Monday, February 11, 2019 • Liverpool Arts Society


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£19,450 per annum

Be part of a fast-paced press office at Tate Liverpool, the home of the national collection of modern and contemporary art in the North of England. Based on the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, the gallery has welcomed more than 18 million visitors to our collection displays and ambitious special exhibition programme since opening in 1988

As we prepare for the presentation of the UK’s first major exhibition of Keith Haring, it’s an exciting time to join us.

You’ll provide administrative support across the press office, responding to press enquiries, liaising with journalists, and handling media requests for filming and photography, and assisting the Communications Manager in getting key messages out to the media. Other duties include sourcing images for use in press campaigns and drafting copy for listings.

This is a rewarding but often pressurised role where you’ll need to juggle priorities, take the initiative in solving problems and show a flexible approach to work. Strong written and spoken communication skills are essential, as is a keen eye for detail. You’ll need to be IT literate with knowledge of MS Word and Excel and the capacity to learn about Tate databases and content management systems.

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The Black-E, Great Georges Cultural Community Project is celebrating it’s 50th Anniversary this year with the commencement of the celebrations being held on 18th May LightNight 2018, when we hosted the evening with an Aerial performance and performances from both our young Circus and Gymnastics Troops and a Circus based workshop.

The Black-E has a history of successful connections with Circus based Artist’s and Companies including the successful contemporary Circus, NoFit State whom we have developed excellent relationships over the years of promoting Circus.

We are currently seeking an Aerial Artist on a weekly basis to join our young person’s Circus Class for 3 hours on a Tuesday.  We are particularly interested in a female teacher to balance our current male Ground Based Circus Leader however male applicants will be equally well received.

We can offer a fee of £75.00 per 3 hour session and the benefits of our wonderful building which is a perfect space for Aerial work with the of our equipment and space for rehearsals.

Our Circus Class is made up of a great group of committed young people aged 5 – 18 years which is split with the final hour for the older group.

We believe the young people receive many benefits  from the class on a social level and the gift of being encouraged to develop and master the circus skills themselves and a sense of belonging and The Black-E provide these classes for free.

We would like to invite applicants whom would like the opportunity to Join our Circus and who would be an asset to our young Circus group and whom will help us to promote Circus in Liverpool.

Interested applicants can apply by send an email to Lynda at stating your interest and you skill based aerial experience and contact details.




In order to address the current lack of cultural diversity across the industry, 20 Stories High, Talawa, Tiata Fahodzi and Freedom Studios have joined forces with the Independent Theatre Council and the Regional Theatre Young Directors Scheme to create the Artistic Director Leadership Programme (ADLP)

The Opportunity

20 Stories High is seeking an Assistant Director to join the 20 Stories High team for a 5-month part-time placement from March-July 2019.

As part of the ADLP, this opportunity is specifically for People of Colour.

The Assistant Director placement will include:

o   Assisting our Associate Director on a 20 Stories High Young Actors Company international production

o   Assisting our Associate Director on the R&D for a new show

o   Leading their own R&D process on a their project idea

o   Participating in company creative and participation planning processes.

Deadline Monday 11th Feb 2019

Please see attached for further info and the application form or follow this link


SCHOOLS CO-ORDINATOR – Writing on the Wall

1st March 2019
Full time
Paid (£20k-25k)
Emma Hulme


To coordinate and deliver the next stage of WoW’s schools project Super Heroes: Words are our Power funded by a More and Better grant from Paul Hamlyn Foundation.


  • The strategic development of the Super Heroes project in conjunction with WoW Programme Manager, Co-Directors, staff and Trustees
  • The creation and implementation of project activities, liaising with schools to create project delivery plans and schemes of work
  • Coordinating the work of sessional writers and artists
  • Ensuring all school children are fully engaged in the project activities.
  • Overseeing the development of partnership working with schools, ensuring all schools’ work is developed in accordance with project plans and objectives
  • Overseeing the creation and publishing of new work developed by pupils during the project
  • Supervising documentation of evaluation material and liaising with WoW’s Programme Manager and Independent Evaluator to ensure a successful ongoing evaluation
  • Developing and coordinating public events, showcases and celebration events to ensure the recognition and long-term legacy of the project
  • Day to day management of the project finances ensuring they remain within projected budgets
  • To support and liaise with WoW staff on all other projects and events, including WoWFest throughout May

Closing Deadline: Friday 1st March, 12pm

To apply please visit the link;


HEAD OF VISITOR EXPERIENCE – Liverpool Philharmonic 


The Head of Visitor Experience will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of a first class customer experience to all of our audience members.   A fantastic leader, you’ll know how to manage and inspire a large team and guarantee the very best visitor experience. Liverpool Philharmonic welcomes over 260,000 visitors to our venues each year and our aim is to deliver an exceptional service and welcome to each and every one of them.

This is a full-time, permanent role, (40 hours per week) with a salary of up to £35,000 per annum.

To apply visit the link;