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    Dear Norfolk Arts Forum Members,

    Welcome to the 18 August 2017 edition of the Norfolk Arts Forum Bulletin. Below you will find information on jobs, opportunities, and funding for the arts in Norfolk.

    In This Issue:

    Job Opportunities

    Communications and Marketing Officer, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

    £21,585 to £24,983 per annum

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Marcoms professional  to support the Head of Marketing and Communications and provide assistance in the development and maintenance of effective communications for the Sainsbury Centre for both internal and external audiences across all media. Main duties will include marketing, press, and social media delivery, producing statistics, conducting research and effective liaison with internal and external stakeholders.

    You will have a minimum of 5 GCSE’s at Grade C or above in English and Mathematics (or equivalent qualification or experience), together with previous experience in a similar communications and/or marketing role.  Good organisational, administrative and IT skills are also essential along with the ability to prioritise multiple activities to tight deadlines.

    Closing date: 12 noon on 13 September 2017.  

    For more information and to apply visit:

    Technical Manager, The Corn Hall Diss

    Application deadline: Midnight Thursday 7 September 2017
    Interviews: Tuesday 12 September 2017
    Start date: On or before Thursday 10 October 2017

    As the lead member of the production team and a key member of The Corn Hall staff, the post holder will provide high quality technical support (including lighting, sound and AV) for the Corn Hall, including responsibility for building and equipment maintenance. You will also give technical support to the Arts & Heritage Outreach Manager in mounting and refreshing exhibitions and heritage interpretation. You will deliver a consistently high standard of service to visiting artists and other venue users, and using safe working procedures at all times, contribute to the Corn Hall’s objective to be one of the leading venues in Norfolk for excellent and diverse performance art and heritage.

    For more information and to apply please visit:

    Arts and Heritage Outreach Manager, The Corn Hall Diss

    Application deadline: Friday 8 September 2017
    Shortlist interviews: Monday 18 September 2017

    Full Time, Permanent
    Pay £20,800 (32 hrs/week)

    The Arts and Heritage Outreach Manager will work closely with the Corn Hall Director as part of a small multi-talented team, to deliver an ambitious and exciting Outreach, Education and Heritage Programme of workshops, events, exhibitions and other imaginative initiatives to greatly expand the Corn Hall’s existing programme for young people, young families, the elderly and the disabled.  The Corn Hall has operated successfully for nearly eight years, and the aim of its recently completed restoration and expansion is to make it one of East Anglia’s leading performing and visual arts and heritage centres. The role will include: working with groups from local schools and children’s centres to retirement homes and members of the public, particularly young people; establishing and delivering programmes of activities, both heritage and art exhibitions and events, often in partnership with local bodies; continuing the development of interpretation; developing new educational initiatives; creating new partnerships and collaborations with organisations and the community. The focus of the role will be on delivery, rather than research, and, as part of a small management team, managing a busy arts centre efficiently.

    For more information and to apply please visit:

    Learning and Engagement Officer, King's Lynn Town Hall

    Closing date: 27 August 2017
    £23,398 - £24,964 per annum (Scale G)
    37 hours per week
    Fixed term contract until: 31 December 2018
    This is an exciting opportunity to develop and deliver a sustainable learning and engagement programme for Stories of Lynn, an HLF-funded development of Kings Lynn Town Hall. You will be an enthusiastic educator with previous experience of working with children and young people in museum or heritage settings. You will have experience of developing museum school and informal learning programmes and of managing volunteers. This post is HLF funded until 31/12/2018.
    To view further information regarding the vacancy please visit:

    Marina Youth Theatre Leader, Lowestoft

    The Marina Theatre is looking for an experienced and versatile freelance youth theatre leader and workshop facilitator to join our team and co-lead our Saturday morning and Monday evening theatre groups – as well as assisting and leading on a number of outreach projects and school workshops we have coming up.

    In October 2016 we began to expand and develop our outreach and youth work, and are dedicated to becoming a vital and versatile hub for the creative arts in the area.

    The ideal candidate will:
    •Have experience of running youth theatre groups of all ages and abilities.
    •Be confident leading and assisting workshops on a range of subjects.
    •Be committed, hardworking and adaptable.
    •Have a broad knowledge of different theatre styles and practitioners.
    •Have experience as a writer, director or actor (or all three!)
    •Have an up to date DBS check.

    To apply, please send a covering letter and CV to

    Interviews will be held on Tuesday 29th August

    Fundraising Consultant/ Bid Writer (freelance)

    The Marina Theatre, Lowestoft is looking for a freelance fundraising consultant/ bid writer to begin working with us to support our fundraising activities.  We are at an important junction in the theatre’s development and this is an exciting opportunity to help shape our future. This role leads on sourcing potential funding streams, gathering the information required, writing the applications, and managing follow ups and reporting.

    We are looking for someone with a proven track record of raising income for project and revenue funding and writing detailed proposals to obtain funding from various sources. A good understanding and knowledge of trusts, statutory and lottery fundraising is essential. This role is conceived as a casual freelance role depending on current requirements, to suit the needs of the Theatre and the post holder.  We envisage to begin with that the role will be for 5-8 hours a month. We are looking for the right person and would be open to any conversation about how this might come about.

    The post holder would be expected to visit the theatre occasionally to meet with other staff, but can on the whole work from home if that is preferred.  Ideally the candidate will be based in our region to aid this.

    Freelance rate of pay around £12 per hour.
    For further information and details on how to apply please visit

    Closing date for applications is Tuesday 5th September at 10am.

    Development Officer, Norwich Theatre Royal

    Norwich Theatre Royal is recruiting a Development Officer to support the Development Department particularly in regard to increasing and maintaining relationships with businesses, individuals and trusts.  Someone with a level of experience in managing business relationships and professional fundraising in the charitable sector.

    Full Job Description and application form from
    Closing date is 30th August and interviews will be on 5th September.

    Marketing Campaigns Manager, Norwich Theatre Royal

    The Marketing Manager – Campaigns will work closely with the Marketing Director to develop the marketing, audience development and brand strategies for the organisation, create and implement marketing campaigns for all NTR’s work, and to maximise awareness of all aspects of its activities.

    Full Job Description and application form from

    Closing date -  Friday 8th September 2017
    Interviews - Friday 15th Septmber 2017

    Office Administrator, SeaChange Arts Great Yarmouth

    Closes: 27th August 2017
    Interviews will take place Thursday 31 August, 2017
    Full time

    We have an exciting opportunity for an Office Adminsitrator to join the SeaChange team at the Drill House in Great Yarmouth.
    The Office Administrator will have excellent organisational, administrative, IT and communication skills. The main focus of the role is to provide administrative support to the Office and Operations Manager and project administrative support to the wider staff team.

    Download a job application pack from our website:
    Please note applications can only be considered if they are submitted by email to or hard copy, FAO Veronica Stephens, SeaChange Arts, The Drill House, York Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2LZ.

    Office & Operations Manager, SeaChange Arts Great Yarmouth

    Full time, £20k-25k

    SeaChange Arts are recruiting for an Office & Operations Manager. The Office and Operations Manager will provide administrative and operational management to support and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of SeaChange Arts, across the team and will be responsible for the day to day running of the SeaChange office and Drill House venue.
    Download an application pack from our website:

    Application deadline – Sunday 27 August, 2017
    Interviews will take place Thursday 31 August, 2017

    Please note applications can only be considered if they are submitted by email to or hard copy, FAO Veronica Stephens, SeaChange Arts, The Drill House, York Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2LZ.

    Development Opportunities

    Writing Strong Funding Applications, Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy

    Date: Monday 2 October 2017
    Venue: Archive Centre, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DQ
    Time: 10am – 4pm

    This course aims to equip you with the necessary skills to prepare and write a strong application for funding. From grants and statutory bids to trusts and foundations, the course will cover the framework for developing your case for support with practical exercises to improve your fundraising writing skills. By the end of the day, you will have:

    • A framework for ideas generation and case for support
    • Greater understanding of how to address criteria required by funding bodies and charitable trusts and foundations
    • Greater confidence in your writing skills for specific audiences
    • Increased knowledge and confidence in effective budgeting

    This course is designed to give you the nuts and bolts of fundraising, and is suitable if you are new to fundraising or want to update or gain new skills.  The course will be delivered by Pamela Johnson of Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Pamela’s 25 year career spans arts marketing, fundraising, funding policy and academia. She has worked as a consultant, led the MA Arts Management degree at Anglia Ruskin University for over a decade and was a Visiting Lecturer for City University’s MA in Cultural Policy and Management degree, devising and delivering a new Arts Fundraising module. Pamela has been a Trustee for the last 10 years and is currently a Board member for Babylon ARTS in Ely, leading their fundraising activity. She is also a Committee Member for the Institute of Fundraising's regional East Anglia group.

    To register for your FREE place visit:

    The deadline for registration is 25 September 2017. Please note that places are limited so early booking is advised. This event is organised in partnership with Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy and Norfolk Arts Forum (Norfolk County Council).

    DOING IT FOR YOURSELF - helping artists to survive and thrive

    Tuesday 29 August, 5.30pm

    Recent technological innovations and changes in creative practice have enabled musicians, film-makers, gamers, artists, photographers, writers, makers, performers and other creatives to self-publish, sell direct and get their product to market by cutting out the middle-man, the intermediaries – the professional publisher, agents, managers and producers who take time and cost money and who, rather than the consumers, are the arbiters of success. However, this has implications, both in the legal world, the business world, for the producer and the consumer and for the longer-term context of digitisation, copyright and earning for artists.

    You are invited to come and hear the results and conclusions of the UEA strands of a five-year, multi-institution research project. You can take part in a discussion about how these issues might affect you and how we might work together to create business models to take advantage of advances in current and future technology and apps.

    1st floor, St George’s Works
    51 Colegate Norwich NR3 1DD

    *This event is popular and currently all places are booked but there is a waitlist so please join that (click on the green Register button) as there is a high likelihood that more places will become available and we may change the venue. Please call 07946261651 if you want to know if there is still space to attend or have any other questions*

    Back to School with Artpocket!

    Artpockets new programme of creative courses begins in September -  there is still time to enrol and kickstart your creative journey!

    (NEW) Adult Postgraduate Programme in Creative Practise - Begins September 2017. Course Fee £1450 (1 year part time)

    Adult Foundation Diploma in Art & Design (fully accredited with ABC Awards) - Begins September 2017.  Course Fee £4250 (2 years part time)

    Find out more and book via

    Or speak to one of the Artpocket team:
    Rebecca:    07903 818017
    Hannelore:  07789 985008

    Opportunities for Artists/Writers/Performers

    Norwich Castle Open Art Show

    Following the last Norwich Castle Open Art Show in 2014, Inspired by Birds, this one focuses on the theme of inheritance; from architecture to landscape, personal traits to treasured objects. For the first time, the entire submission process is online via the East Anglia Art Fund website and this closes on Saturday 30 September 2017. The selected works (judged by an external panel in November 2017) will subsequently go on display in the Special Exhibition Galleries (Saturday 3 March – Sunday 20 May 2018) alongside Norwich Castle: The Square Box on the Hill (Saturday 10 February – Sunday 3 June 2018), an exhibition illustrating Norwich Castle’s rich history from royal palace, to prison, to museum.

    Explore Wells-next-the-Sea: A Heritage Art Trail from Shore to Sea, and Back Again

    The Wells Maltings Trust, with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, is organising a year-long Heritage Art Trail which will be part of our opening festivities for the Wells Maltings in the heart of the Wells in spring of 2018. People of the Shore and Sea Trail organised by the Wells Maltings will feature East Anglian artists. We are looking for artists to create original work to be displayed from March 2018 through April 2019 in Wells.

    We want a wide creative response with a range of possibilities; everything from soundscape, stained glass, woven reeds, to artfully illuminated heritage buildings.  Our selected artists will highlight the heritage of Wells People of the Shore and Sea with innovative works such as a large-scale installation on the Quay in front of the harbour office to an intimate vignette tucked into the alcove by the library.  We want artists to explore all the possibilities of sites extending from Wells town along the channel-side mile to the beach and to the quay with the fisherman’s shed and the Albatros and on to the East Quay. Artists are asked to respond to local heritage and culture with stories from Wells-next-the-Sea, for example: stories of the lifeboat disaster, or the life of a whelker, or the roles of women in the town. The Wells History Group is a vast resource for information, if needed. The selected artists will work alongside professional curators and Maltings staff to place each new work along the beach mile, or in the town, or at the Wells Maltings itself at numerous approved sites. The Wells Maltings will work in tandem with each artist to fabricate the environmentally sensitive footings that will provide a ground for their artwork for a year.

    The artworks must be made specifically for the People of the Shore and Sea Art Trail and can be biodegradable, permanent on the site or for sale after a year's display. A prize of £1,000 will be awarded to an artist by a panel of independent judges for an exceptional work reflecting Wells’ heritage. The Wells Maltings Trust will discuss the cost of artists time and materials once selected.

    All artworks need to be finished by 28 Feb 2018. Applications must be submitted by 1 October 2017 with a £10 entry fee. Artists will be told whether their proposal has been accepted or rejected from the first week of November 2017.

    For more information or questions contact: or visit

    Industry Research & Information

    Cultural Calendar

    The Look Sideways - East Cultural Calendar has now launched, and we want as many people to use it and let us know what they think. It can be used to find out what other organisations across the region are up to, prevent clashes, and allow you all to plan collaborative campaigns more effectively.
    We’re in a development period, so we really want feedback from all organisations, so we can make the tool as functional, and useful, as possible.

    You can login at, but if you want to sign up, or you’re not sure if you’ve already got an account, get in touch with Look Sideways Project Manager, James Gorry:

    Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing

    Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing was published in July, offering research and recommendations for better integration of arts and cultural activities in health and social care. The all party inquiry includes hundreds of interviews and dozens of case studies showing how powerfully the arts can promote health and wellbeing.

    Read the report here.

    Call for Nominations, New Geographies

    The East Contemporary Visual Arts Network (ECVAN) have launched an open call, asking people living in the East of England to nominate overlooked or unexpected places in the region that they find meaningful and interesting, to which artists can respond with site-specific work.

    By asking ‘what is a forgotten place that you think is important to highlight?’ we want more people to share their stories, building upon an active discussion with the potential to connect us to each other and to reimagine our idea of ‘place’.

    The public nominations of overlooked places will create a new map of the East of England made by those who live here. If you live in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk or Suffolk we’d love you to nominate a place through the website, by post (send to Wysing Arts Centre, Fox Rd, Bourn, CB23 2TX), or by email at

    Please include an image, if possible, and the reason why you are nominating. Entries accepted until 22 October 2017.

    In response to these nominations, ECVAN will commission artists – from the UK and internationally – to highlight some of those places with new site-specific work. This combination of local knowledge and world-class art seeks to create a new vision of the East of England as a place to encounter excellent art in unexpected places.

    Each artwork will be different but all the projects will be united by one thing: their inspiration taken from the people and places where they’re located. New Geographies will create a new democratised map for our region whilst experiencing high-quality international art in unexpected locations. For everyone.

    Follow the project on the dedicated web page here:

    Fun Palaces Weekend - 7 & 8 October

    Over the first weekend of October every year, thousands of people across the country make Fun Palaces. Some big, some tiny, all of them an opportunity to celebrate the skills and passions of local communities and give everyone - of all ages - a chance to try out something new, from arts and sciences to craft, tech and digital. It’s about bringing people together, celebrating creativity, and having fun. Fun Palaces are free (for people making them and for people participating in them on the weekend), they are for everyone and most importantly every idea you have will be a good one.

    Find your nearest Fun Palace here or sign up to make your own

    Funding Opportunities

    Arts Project Fund, Norfolk County Council

    The Arts Project Fund supports initiatives and events in all art forms and multi-artform 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 Fund has three deadlines a year. Deadlines for 2017-18 are the 30th of September 2017 and 31st of January 2018.

    For more information visit or email for an application form.

    Norwich Heritage Fund

    Deadline 1 September 2017
    Grants of up to £3,000 to support charities and community groups within the Norwich Urban Area which aim to benefit local heritage, and people’s engagement with it.

    More information can be found here

    Broadland Meridian Health & Wellbeing Fund

    Deadline 8 September 2017
    Grants of up to £5,000 to support charities and community groups in Norfolk working in the arena of mental health.

    Full details and criteria are available at

    Norfolk Future Fund

    Deadline 1 September 2017
    Norfolk community groups and charities are invited to take part in a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style event where you will meet donors and tell them first-hand about the work you do.  Four shortlisted groups will have the opportunity of receiving funding up to £2,500 for their chosen project. Finalists will need to be available to attend the event on 2 November, 6pm-8.30pm in Norwich, where funding decisions will be made. 

    Full details and criteria are available at

    Funding to support the performing arts

    The next closing date for applications to the Wingate Foundation's Performing Arts (excluding music) grants programme is the 20th September 2017. Funding is available for charities with a record of artistic excellence that require additional funding to broaden their repertoire or develop work of potentially outstanding interest which cannot be funded from other sources. Assistance will also be considered for training and professional development for creative talent or the technical professions. The Trustees additionally wish to support arts projects that place a particular emphasis on addressing educational or social exclusion outcomes.
    Previous projects supported include:
    • Little Angel Theatre one of only three puppet theatres in England dedicated to the celebration and development of puppetry and live animation which received funding towards a new building dedicated to education, community and outreach work.
    • The Dulwich Picture Gallery a public art gallery housing a world-class collection of Old Master paintings which received support towards a new strand of the Youth Engagement Programme, ‘Off the Wall', which aims to widen access to, and engage with, young people.

    Read more at: 

    Arts Funding for Libraries

    The Arts Council England has announced that its Arts Funding for Libraries programme is currently open for applications. Through the programme public libraries and organisations / local authorities managing public libraries can apply for grants of between £1,000 and £100,000 for projects that stimulate ambitious and innovative partnerships between libraries and artists and/or arts organisations to encourage library users and those living locally to take part in artistic and cultural activities. One project funded is Cityread London, a campaign to bring reading to life for audiences throughout the capital led by Stellar Libraries. The project was awarded £86,000. This is a rolling programme and applications can be made at any time until the 31st March 2018.

    Read more at:

    Volunteering Opportunities

    Get Involved! Stopgap Dance Company

    From September 2017 Stopgap Dance Company will be holding weekly dance classes at two Special Educational Needs schools in Norwich and Great Yarmouth. These two groups will then take part in a performance at Norfolk & Norwich Festival in May 2018, alongside Stopgap’s professional dancers.
    Stopgap Dance is looking for volunteer performers who would like to commit to a weekly group. You would support the young people in the groups as a Dance Assistant and take part in the performance. If you are enthusiastic, committed and have dance experience then they’d love to hear from you!

    The weekly sessions will take place at:
    John Grant School, Great Yarmouth: Wednesdays 1.30pm – 3pm
    The Parkside School, Norwich: Thursdays 1.30pm – 3pm

    If you are interested in being part of this exciting project please email Charlotte Mackie, outlining why you would like to be involved. Suitable for people aged 16+.

    Curatorial Volunteer, Time and Tide Museum Great Yarmouth

    Once again, we are looking for volunteers to become a part of the Sea History Differently project to join and form part of our exhibition steering group.

    In May 2018, we will be showcasing an exhibition on Great Yarmouth, including masterpieces from British artists alongside works by contemporary artists, that all depict and show the landscapes – past and present of the town and surrounding areas.

    However we need your help to deliver this innovative and exciting show. One of things that will make our Summer 2018 exhibition so unique and special is that it will be community co-curated. Going beyond the walls of our exhibition galleries, our curatorial and exhibitions staff will not be the only decision makers about what goes on display. We want this to be a people’s exhibition, and therefore we need you to help us achieve this. To register your interest and to find out how your voice could shape our future exhibition just send us an email:

    Norwich Film Festival 2017 - Volunteer Opportunity

    Love short films? Enjoy film festivals?
    We are on the look out for volunteers to join the Norwich Film Festival team to help and support us in the lead up and during this year's festival which runs from 9 - 19 November 2017.

    This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to gain experience working for an established film festival, as well as getting an insight into all the elements that go into putting on a successful arts event. If you are interested please email: with a copy of your CV and a short explanation about why you'd like to join our team. Also make sure to tell us if you are interested in a particular role so we can try to make sure your time volunteering is as beneficial for you as possible.

    Find out more about us here.

    Norfolk Arts Forum


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  • So we are on way way out of The European Union

    The option to Vote has now driven us out of The Union.

    We now have to take the advantage and not carry on blaming ourselves or others.It was a shock the way it went BUT GET OVER IT.

    The European Union is an organisation that tries to represent Europe.
    It is now nervous that a country has dared to take control of themselves.

    It will not be easy to deal with them because they want us to fail.
    We will not fail and maybe others will split away.That is their biggest fear.

    Northern Ireland now needs to be used as a trade Area to negotiate with Europeans direct.Taking advantage of its doorstep location with Southern Ireland. The UK needs to lower corporation rates to be the same as Ireland.This will be an advantage for all business.

    We need to create a small coordinating and marketing organisation and use CBI and Group Trading organisations to promote Great Britain.The commonwealth needs to be a bigger part of our trade. Our main objective must be to trade globally.
    The social legislation and general laws need to be rewritten and but back into British Law. Maybe a 5 year project.There is going to be lots to sort. In the meantime we can still use Modified European Law and call it that.

    For Info
    The European Union is a politico-economic union of 28 member states. It has an area of 4,324,782 km², and an estimated population of over 508 million, and operates through a hybrid system of supranational ... Wikipedia
    Area: 4.325 million km²
    Founded: November 1, 1993, Maastricht, Netherlands
    Headquarters: City of Brussels, Belgium
    Unemployment rate: 9.6% (Apr 2015) Eurostat
    Government debt: 87.4% of GDP (2013) Eurostat
    Largest city: London
    Founders: France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, Netherlands, Germany

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