This is the first events and opportunities digest for new 2017-18 year.
Please do get in touch if you have any listings for our next edition coming out on Wednesday 27 September 2017.
CUB Magazine is QMUL’s Arts and Culture magazine – we post weekly online at cubmagazine.co.uk and distribute over 2,500 print editions around campus annually. CUB’s Party in the Park is a great way to meet our editors and find out how you can get involved with the magazine! Find out how to contribute to any of their sections from Arts, London, UniSex, Music, Film, Personal Platform, Style and much more…Find us in Mile End Park by the canal (the opposite side of the canal to France House/Canal Side)
PEACH, Queen Mary’s creative writing magazine is hosting its first event of the academic year. It will be a night of tremendous readings from QM writers and poets, along with displays of fantastic art from some of the university’s best artists.
“We want this to be a celebration of your voices, and therefore if you want to get your work heard and seen by the creative community at QM, be it a short story, poem, sketch or portrait, let us know by emailing your name and the title of your piece/
The universe is here for you to disturb.”
Jobs & Paid Internships
An ideal role for students who are considering becoming teachers or working with young people in the future. This scheme is flexible; projects are offered to ambassadors as and when they are available.
Opportunities & Volunteering
Don’t miss your chance to meet our amazing array of societies, on campus activities and helpful services at Queen Mary.
Thanks to Pen Woods for sharing this nice opportunity for aspiring critics aged 15-25.
‘A year-long programme, introducing 16s – 25s from Tower Hamlets to the arts and creative industries
During the year you will meet and learn from members of the Rich Mix team as well as experts from Rich Mix’s artistic partners.
Our six month taster programme runs from October 2017 – February 2018, during which you will learn the ins and outs of how an arts venue works, how to programme events and curate an artistic programme, how to produce events, how to promote events and use social media and the internet to get the word out there, how to reach new audiences and to connect with schools and community organisations, and how to make it all work financially!
Then, from February until September 2018, there will be an opportunity for 5 participants to gain a Silver Arts Award and be offered a placement at Rich Mix. The placement will include receiving hands on experience in supporting programming, production and promotion of our annual TAKEOVER – an arts festival for 16s – 25s, as well as an opportunity to shadow our staff and to contribute to creative work that we do
At the end of the year, you’ll be inspired, envisioned and empowered to begin your career in the arts.
We are seeking young people from Tower Hamlets aged 16-25 to apply to become Rich Mix New Creatives. ‘
Calls for Papers
No listings this week.
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