Vacancies

Please see below for current vacancies to join the UK Young Artists team. Connect with our social media channels and sign up for the newsletter to be the first to hear about any job opportunities. 

 


PR CONSULTANT
Deadline: Monday 9 July, 10am

UK Young Artists is seeking a PR Consultant to work with the Communications and Audience Development Manager to develop national and international press and publicity for UKYA City Takeover: Nottingham 2019.

UKYA City Takeover: Nottingham 2019 will span the city, immersing visitors in an array of extraordinary, innovative and contemporary work from over 200 artists from three continents. Visual Arts, Theatre, Live Art, Music and Spoken Word will animate cultural spaces and unusual places across Nottingham. The UKYA City Takeover promises to be provocative, exciting, discerning and unique. Presenting art across borders, countries and nationalities; taking risks and opening minds. The event offers energy, exceptionalism and conversation between artists and the City; giving new learning and future prospects a foundation from which to build upon in collaboration.

 

DOWNLOAD the full tender and information about how to apply.


TRUSTEES
Deadline: Friday 31 August, 12pm

Do you believe in supporting emerging artistic talent, and in developing the cultural health of the UK?

Are you interested in deepening and broadening your professional skills by participating in the leadership of a high quality non-profit arts organisation

Would you like to build your network and find new outlets for your creativity?

If so, we would love to talk to you!  UK Young Artists (registered charity 1164826) is seeking individuals who have a strong interest in the arts to join its board of trustees.

This is a unique opportunity to provide direction and support to the board and management team as the organisation moves into an exciting new phase of its development, having recently achieved Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation status.

UK Young Artists supports young creatives working across all art forms.  We help them to showcase, create and develop new work through national arts festivals, creative development platforms and international showcasing opportunities, supporting a vibrant and diverse creative future and economy for the UK.

We are seeking people whose experience is in (but not exclusively) one or more of the following areas: 

  • Financial management or financial acumen
  • Leaders with strong networks both in and out of the creative sector
  • Fundraising and bid-writing
  • Legal
  • Economic development/city regeneration/place-making
  • Skills 
  • Disability
  • Press and PR
  • Social engagement 
  • Young artists
  • Charity Law and compliance

If you feel that our organisation could truly engage you and that you are excited at the opportunity to work with the board and management team of UK Young Artists, please download our Trustee Recruitment Pack for further information about the role and about how to submit an expression of interest.