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Jobs and volunteering round-up – December 2020

Jobs and volunteering round-up – December 2020

We’ve rounded up  December’s jobs and opportunities for you to get involved in arts in criminal justice below.

Opportunities for early career artists from low socio-economic backgrounds 
Over 2020-2022, the Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries programme will support 50 salaried jobs in arts and cultural organisations across the UK for individuals from low socio-economic backgrounds. Fair access to working in the arts and cultural sector remains an urgent issue, with those from low socio-economic backgrounds still significantly under-represented amongst the artists and employees of UK theatres, festivals, galleries and arts organisations of all kinds. This programme is intended to support outstanding early-career artists, curators, producers and creatives to thrive, and to work with leading arts and cultural organisations to take an inclusive, intersectional approach to recruitment, artist development and organisational change. Opportunities are now open for application on a rolling basis and new ones will be regularly added. Find out more here

Executive PA, Changing Tunes
Operations Manager, Clean Break

Want us to share your organisation’s opportunity on our website?
If you’d like us to feature your job or volunteer post on our website or in our monthly newsletter, please get in touch with us on info@artsincriminaljustice.org.uk and post your vacancy to the Clinks jobs board here.

Photo courtesy of Good Vibrations.