Advice for getting started in the digital arts industry, during the Open Doors event hosted by BrightLemon and powered by Creative Skillset. The three main things we want to see: what skills do you have? What are your experiences? Both work and life experiences. And what’s your personality? Make your CV stand out. Give us
Simone Douani is an actor, singer, director, voice over talent and life coach, based in London since 2009. What is your role in the theatre industry and why did you choose it? I am an Italian actor, singer and director. I am rather versatile as an actor and I have experience in comic and dramatic
What kind of background do you need to work in a museum? Caroline Worthington, Director of the Florence Nightingale Museum, gives the benefit of her experience in this video. The thing I really like about working in museums is the collections: what they have, what they’re responsible for. They tell amazing stories, and sometimes they’re amazing objects
If you love art, history or science, working in an art gallery or museum in the UK might be the right career choice for you. It may sound like a quite traditional sector at first, but these days it offers a range of exciting and varied graduate jobs: from exhibitions design, to documenting, digitising and
There’s probably no better place for working in theatre than the UK. London has been recently identified as the biggest theatre audience in the world, ahead of New York City. The London Theatre Report, commissioned by the Society of London Theatre and the National Theatre, found that the capital hosts 241 theatres, with capacity to
Students and graduates from City of Glasgow College talk about how they got into theatre and the best ways to get a job in the performing arts industry. Probably the best thing about this job is its variety: you are never doing the same thing twice, and your day doesn’t really follow any particular pattern. It’s
We’ve got an offer for you. You may have already worked out what it is. Something to do with free listings for internships on Artful Jobs or something. Short version Artful Jobs reaches tens of thousands of people a month via this website, @artfuljobs on Twitter, the Artful Jobs Facebook page and our mailing list.
This week there are 20 new jobs, with roles in education, marketing, digital, fundraising and technical. One of them features our favourite job title so far – see if you can see which one we mean. There are also some jobs going with some of tonight’s Olivier Award winners (big congrats to them). Seen something you
In the past week we’ve had 38 new jobs posted on Artful Jobs. There are a couple of juicy Head of Marketing jobs, a couple of interaction and graphic design roles, some positions in finance and yet more in marketing, development, administration, programming and learning. Hopefully there’s something you like the look of Seen something you like?
We had 30 jobs posted on Artful Jobs this week. Companies of all sorts (we’re talking theatres, museums, festivals and dance companies) are after all sorts of people, from artistic directors, booksales administrators, marketing officers, fundraising managers and more. Seen something you like? Then get applying – that job could be yours! Seen something someone