Other Organisations’ Activities

Here are some activities and opportunities from other arts organisations that you may be interested in.

If you would like to list your organisation’s activity here, please complete this online form with your details. If you have an questions you can contact marketing@creativefuture.org.uk

Image credit: Paul Taylor ‘West Pier’

Createquity Summary of the Benefits of Arts Participation

A summary of how arts participation can improve lives, highlighting the ways in which: Participatory arts activities help to maintain the health and quality of life of older adults. The …read more »

Important Research on Making Spaces More Inclusive & Accessible to Those with ASD and SPD

Beth Davis-Hofbauer is an artist, curator, director of an arts organisation, festival director and gallerist. Beth has compiled important research exploring how galleries and museums can make their spaces more accessible …read more »

‘Ways of Seeing Art’ with Shape Arts at Tate Modern

How do we see and describe art? Investigate audio description and create your own artworks alongside blind and partially sighted artists. How do you ‘see’ art? How do we describe …read more »

A Cluttered Mind – Blog by Tight Modern 2016 Artist Danika McElroy

‘A Cluttered Mind’ is a blog publishing pieces of artwork that artist Danika McElroy has created both whilst in hospital and in the community, supported by writing to explain each piece, …read more »

Widening the Lens: Training for diverse filmmakers

A three month training and development programme from Encounters Short Film & Animation Festival for new and emerging filmmakers from diverse backgrounds. The course aims to address and improve diversity …read more »

Belarus Free Theatre presents ‘Tomorrow I Was Always A Lion’, London

Belarus Free Theatre’s Tomorrow I Was Always a Lion is a theatrical investigation into the nature of psychosis and recovery. Based on the extraordinary memoir by Arnhild Lauveng. Then the …read more »

DASH Cultivate Mentoring Programme

Calling emerging Disabled visual artists across the West Midlands, are you looking for mentoring support? The Cultivate programme is personally tailored to your requirements, you can choose from our talented …read more »

Perform Your Story with Rattle Tales, Brighton

Rattle Tales want talented, challenging writers to be part of their shows. They don’t care if you’re experienced or not. Your writing is what matters. Submissions open for their December 8th show. …read more »

Outside In’s 10th Anniversary Show at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester

Outside In provides a national platform for artists who see themselves as facing barriers to the art world due to health, disability, social circumstance or isolation. The goal of the …read more »

Writing for Mslexia magazine

Fancy seeing your work printed in the UK’s biggest selling writing magazine? Then you might like to hear about ‘Guilty’, a new themed submission slot Mslexia have opened up for their …read more »

National Poetry Competition

The Poetry Society’s annual National Poetry Competition is for previously unpublished single poems and has a first prize of £5,000.  2016 The competition is open for entries! Enter online here Ten prizes First …read more »

Unlimited Festival Announces Applications Callout for Next Round of Commissions & Awards

Unlimited is a commissions programme, delivered by Shape Arts and Artsadmin, funded by Arts Council England with additional funding from Arts Council Wales, British Council and Spirit of 2012. They are looking …read more »

Writing Workshops with Shape Arts

Shape is running a short series of 4 workshops for disabled writers wanting to improve their skills in writing fiction. In order to be considered for a place you will …read more »

2017 International Rubery Book Award is now Open

2017 International Rubery Book Award is now OPEN for self-published and independently published books. PRIZES Book of the Year £1500(approx 2000 US$; 1800€) The winning book will be read by a …read more »

Write a 500-word Tale With the Theme ‘Making Change Happen’

This project needs you! In celebration of Dickens and to mark the Autumn 2016 theatre tour of Mike Poulton’s adaptation of A Tale of Two Cities, we want you to …read more »

Outside In: Surgery Day at Phoenix

Would you like to create an online gallery with Outside In, or know someone who would? Founded by Pallant House Gallery in 2006, Outside In provides a platform for artists who define themselves …read more »

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