We share news for people working in the Creative Sector – offering career progression, skills development, business development, or funding opportunities.
Challenging artists and scientists to collaborate on new approaches to the creative process, the £15,000 DARE Art Prize 2023/24 awarded by the University of
Historic England is launching a new round of our grant opportunity 'Everyday Heritage Grants: Celebrating Working Class Histories'.
We are seeking an experienced Collection & Exhibitions Registrar to support the curatorial team in collection care and the delivery
The International Dylan Thomas Prize is a competitive award provided in partnership by the Dylan Thomas Centre and Swansea University, to recognise and reward literary talent in young authors.
Wakefield Council are seeking evaluation support for Our Year - Wakefield District 2024
Funded by the UK Government, the UK Games Fund - Content Fund has been established to support ‘commercial games-for-entertainment’ studios
An exciting fixed-term opportunity has arisen for a talented and creative individual to work with local authorities across Yorkshire.
The purpose of the Teacher Development Fund is to support delivery of effective and sustainable arts-based teaching and learning opportunities
With a simple 20-minute application process for a £500 grant and an outcome within six weeks, the Magic Little Grants
Freelands Foundation offers funding twice a year as part of its work to broaden access to art education and the
Wakefield Council have re-launched their Culture Grants for 2024 as part of Our Year – Wakefield District 2024.
The Foundation aims to benefit charitable causes in either the arts or learning: Arts – This strand is designed to
You can now advertise your creative job opportunity or industry event for free on the Creative Wakefield website.
We have teamed up with Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy to offer FREE access to this expert training course.
Volunteers are fundamental to realising Transform international festival. Join the team!
Artists’ Union England seeks a freelance part-time Office & Finance Co-ordinator who will work 1 day / 8 hours per
Artists’ Union England seeks a freelance part-time Social Media Co-ordinator.
The Herd are looking for a creative, experienced Production Manager to work on an exciting new early years play.
Barnsley Civic is seeking four passionate and dedicated individuals to join the Board as Trustees.
Unlimited’s UK and International Open Awards will offer 14 awards to disabled artists in England, Scotland, and Wales.
Round 2 is now open for voluntary groups to promote and deliver targeted creative activities to support people at risk
Music for All is dedicated to changing lives across the UK by improving access to music making.
It’s been a busy 18 months for the team at The Space. Take a look at their 2022 - 2023
A grant initiative designed to support companies who work in moving image for storytelling, spanning film television, games, animation and
Bursaries for fundraisers working in the arts and cultural sector in England to advance their professional development.
Arts Council England Announces Changes to National Lottery Projects Grants From Autumn 2023
The funding will continue to support a broad range of heritage projects and activities
Grants for UK registered charities to make a positive contribution to people's lives through the arts.
Are you a disabled artist in the UK wanting to form an international collaboration?
This report showcases the work of 12 organisations who offer creative opportunities for refugees and those seeking asylum
Open in name and open in nature, grants to unlock and unleash your ideas from Unlimited!
Beam and ixia have released new reports and research that underline major issues and development potential within the visual arts
The Hays Travel Foundation have grants available for registered charities and local causes which help young people to achieve their
Podcast discussing regeneration in the Wakefield district with topics that may be of interest to creative and cultural sectors.
New Stories New Audiences funding aims to inspire museums to stay relevant to their audiences and to increase their impact.
grants starting from £1.5 million for charities throughout the United Kingdom to deliver heritage and music projects
Grants generally ranging from £500 to £6,000 to support charitable work supporting the advancement of the arts.
This sector vision sets out how the government and industry will work together to unlock the growth potential of the
Grants are unrestricted and range from £300-£2,000.
An article by Andrew Staples: Creative Wakefield: growing a culture cluster
With great sadness we are sharing the news that Creative Wakefield Board Member, Mark Finch has passed away.
Learn about Digital Rights for you and your work in this Toolkit
Bursaries support our leadership role for the archives sector in England and Wales, and to deliver Archives Unlocked.
Grants to protect records of cultural and research value from premature destruction or prolonged neglect.
Funding and capacity building support to between 10 and 13 Heritage Development Trusts operating in locations of need and potential.
Small grants for charitable organisations based in England, with a preference for those working in West Yorkshire.
Meet the nine pairs of artists awarded micro grants of £2,500. This will help facilitate partnerships and collaboration between artists
Grants of £5 - £15 for UK based artists/bands to break through to the next level of their careers.
Documents, toolkits, resources and guides for artists and the visual arts sector.
Access to Work provides grants to employers towards extra employment costs which result from an employee having a disability. The