Directory — Don’t miss: BIPOC artist grant, paid junior roles and a £25,000 commission

Posted 07 July 2020 Written by Lecture in Progress

On the hunt for some more creative opportunities? To make things a little easier, we’ve collated five highlights from our Opportunities Board for you to choose from. This week on the list, we have: two new creative roles, paid commissions and a Creative Review grad show opportunity.

Internship opportunity for junior graphic designers

KidsKnowBest: Junior Graphic Designer
KidsKnowBest are a leading digital-first creative agency on the hunt for their next junior graphic designer. Clients include Disney, Universal, SONY, Warner Bros, plus more. The placement will be in the form of a three-month long internship, with an opportunity to stay on long-term.

To learn more about the role, click here.

£1,000 artist grant for BIPOC print artists

People of Print: International BIPOC Artist Grant
This one’s for any print BIPOC artists looking to fund their next project. If successful, you’ll receive £1,000 to help get your work off the ground, in addition to one-to-one mentoring and an honorary People of Print membership.

Interested? Apply here.

Want to organise an annual festival? Apply for this role

Glasgow Zine Library: Programme Coordinator
Glasgow Zine Library are looking for a programme coordinator to fulfil 14 hours per week, and help to organise their annual festival and year round programme. You’ll be joining a small and dedicated team passionate about zines.

If this sounds like your cup of tea, apply here.

Jerwood Arts & FVU offering £25,000 for their next commission

Jerwood Arts and FVU: Awards
Are you an emerging moving artist looking to get commissioned? The Jerwood and Film and Video Umbrella Awards encourages you to make proposals for new work that involves moving image. In return you will receive a £25,000 artist fee and budget to create your proposed artworks.

Applications close on Monday 20 July at 1pm.

Apply here.

Enter Creative Review’s Gradwatch show this year

Creative Review: Gradwatch 2020
Creative Review’s annual showcase of the best graduate work is on its way. For a chance to be involved, send up to five examples of your work directly to Gradwatch.

You must be completing or have just completed a BA degree to be considered.

Find out more here.

Posted 07 July 2020 Written by Lecture in Progress
Collection: Directory

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