JUST ANNOUNCED: DIRECTOR JOB OPPORTUNITY, ARTIST COMMISSIONS AND SMALL AWARD OPPORTUNITIES TO SUPPORT HOME GROWN ARTS IN SLOUGH
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Director
HOME Slough are looking for a Director to join our team!
HOME Slough is at an exciting point of its development and has the potential to radically shift the cultural offer for the growing population in Slough. An exciting, experienced creative leader is needed to help drive this change. HOME Slough is one of 21 Creative People & Places projects funded by Arts Council England, a strong network that provides an excellent source of support and inspiration for the new Director.
Read more about the job opportunity and how to apply here
HOME SLOUGH ARTISTS COMMISSIONS 2017
HOME is revitalising the arts in Slough, providing new and innovative opportunities for people to both express and experience creativity.
We have two exciting commission oportunities for artists to make a significant impact on the local area.
Total fund £18,000
Total fund £15,000
1) HOME Stretch Awards Opportunity
HOME Stretch Awards are designed to support artists and organisers of community events to extend their activity and widen their audiences.
Funding awards of up to £500 for confirmed events taking place in Slough, are available to:
- Support community event organisers to strengthen the artistic content of events through help with commissioning artists
- Enable promoters of arts events to more effectively market their events to new audiences in the borough
In both cases, in addition to the financial support of up to £500 from the HOME Stretch fund, the HOME Slough team will provide advice and support with marketing for new audiences and commissioning artists.
2) HOME Build Bursary Opportunity
HOME Build are small arts commissions designed to strengthen the local arts sector and cultural offer in Slough.
We are looking for artists, cultural groups, community organisations and creative businesses based in Slough who have a long-term commitment to the town and to benefiting the people of Slough.
The bursary aims to encourage partnerships, support development, test ideas and raise the profile and capacity of creative projects and organisations through small-scale creative activities. You may apply for a maximum of £2,500.