Wednesday 4 January
Our Federation members represent some of the most exciting organisations from across the Creative Industries. We have curated a snapshot of our members’ activities from across the Creative Industries, including events and opportunities.
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University of Kent are advertising two fully funded PhD studentships
The Institute of Cultural and Creative Industries is currently advertising two fully funded PhD studentships. Eligible areas are creative technology; arts and health; creative heritage and placemaking; creative education; and sustainability and diversity in creative industries.
Closing date: 20 January
The Heritage Alliance – Head of Policy
The Heritage Alliance are looking for an advocacy and policy specialist to join their busy, highly effective team. The role gives an opportunity to lead a small team and work with them to design and deliver an influencing and advocacy strategy for a post-pandemic heritage sector, and also deliver professional external communications.
Closing date: 9 January
Advertising Association – Parliamentary and Campaigns Officer
Working closely with the Advertising Association’s head of public affairs, the successful candidate will run a pro-active PA outreach programme to build understanding of the advertising industry amongst politicians.
Closing date: 5 January
Online Exhibition of Self-Portraits
Over the past 13 years the National Saturday Club has developed a unique national archive encompassing more than 9,000 Saturday Club members’ self-portraits. The annual self-portrait project launches the National Saturday Club year, introducing Club members nationwide to ideas of self-expression. In a simple A4 template, young people are encouraged to explore their own sense of identity as well as themes including gender, class, race and representation. This self-reflective and multidisciplinary project celebrates young people’s individuality – their diversity, imagination, and unique perspectives.
National Saturday Club
Annual Review 2021-22
This first edition of National Saturday Club’s Annual Review presents the most recent research and evaluation findings. It shares best practice findings with the wider creative, cultural and education sectors. Alongside the programme’s most recent data, a series of feature articles explore the programme’s approach to ‘what works’ in delivering creative education and widening participation, and examines how the model is increasing young people’s access to further study, amplifying young people’s voices, and preparing the next generation for the future world of work.
A new independent report highlights the nationwide impact of UNBOXED
Drawn together by arts consultant Graham Devlin on behalf of the organisation’s Board, The Journey So Far explores every aspect of UNBOXED, from its inception and R&D process to the impact of the UK-wide programme, which has reached an audience of more than 18 million throughout 2022.