Poetry Jam: Residents
Jan
1
to Jan 17

Poetry Jam: Residents

Information? We're recruiting residents to help make Poetry Jam that little bit more special, by liasing with artists & audience, opening open mic sign up, taking photos and supporting setting up/down.

When? Poetry Jam is every first Thursday of the month.

Apply? Apply here

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Lunar Campfires Residents
May
30
to Dec 31

Lunar Campfires Residents

  • Gibb Street Birmingham, England, B9 4AA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Information: We, as young people of colour, need space for open conversation, sharing, and relating to each other. Want to make these happen?

When? There will be four Lunar Campfires every year. We will let you know when the next one is, so watch out for details on our website and socials.

Apply? Apply here - There is no set deadline as we are flexible.

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Lunar Campfires Volunteers
May
30
to Sep 22

Lunar Campfires Volunteers

Information: We are recruiting volunteers to help support the event delivery of Lunar Campfires on the day.

When? Friday 27th September, 6pm - 9pm. You must be available a week before for a Volunteer Briefing, and arrive at 4.30pm on the day of the Lunar Campfire event.

Apply? Apply here - Monday 22nd September 2019, 5pm.

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Change24 October Half-term Taster Sessions
Jul
24
to Nov 6

Change24 October Half-term Taster Sessions

Information: We’re recruiting a group of upcoming changemakers, activists and people who simply want to make a change in their community and don’t know where to start. Change 24 is a series of workshops taking you through the skills needed to run a campaign and make it last.

When?
October half term
3 session times available

Get involved: Visit website to register

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Youth Steering Committee '19/'20
Sep
2
to Sep 30

Youth Steering Committee '19/'20

Information: We're recruiting 10 changemakers to join our YSC from October 2019 - August 2020. Our Youth Steering Committee is a year long governance opportunity as well as a development program for those who aged 16-30 who want to gain board level experience and influence our decision making & shape how the Collective works.

When? Beginning in October, meetings taking place in Birmingham

Get involved? Apply here - deadline: Monday 30th September

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Chance Young Advisory Board
Sep
2
to Oct 4

Chance Young Advisory Board

Information: We’re looking for 6-8 young people of colour aged 16-30 who are passionate about the community and amplifying unheard voices. We will train and equip you with the decision making skills and confidence you need to bring about positive lasting change. You will help transform Chance Glassworks into an urban village for the people of Smethwick and influence the social landscape for years to come, ensuring that your unique voices are involved in decision-making at the highest level.

When? A year long programme starting 15th October

Telephone Interview Dates: 8th October

Get involved? Apply here - deadline: 4th October

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Soho House Young Advisory Board
Sep
2
to Oct 4

Soho House Young Advisory Board

Information: We are looking for 5 – 8 young people of colour aged 16-25 to support the running of Soho House, the 18th Century home of the industrialist and entrepreneur, Matthew Boulton. The Youth Advisory Board will work alongside Birmingham Museums Trust staff to oversee the design, marketing and implementation of Soho House’s programme of events. The vital responsibility of the Youth Advisory Board is to forge an identity for Soho House which has Handsworth and the surrounding areas at its core, with particular emphasis on the inclusion of young people and people of colour.

When? A year long programme starting 15th October

Telephone Interview Dates: 8th October

Get involved? Apply here - deadline: 4th October

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Artist Commission: Reimagining Soho House
May
30
to Aug 26

Artist Commission: Reimagining Soho House

Information: A paid opportunity for a textiles artist to create two textiles pieces that will be hung in the foyer of Soho House as part of the refurbishment. They will visually interpret the new theme of innovation that will be present throughout the house and support narratives of minoritised communities.

When? August 28th 2019 - October 21st 2019.

Apply? Apply here by 9am, Monday 26th August 2019.

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Don’t Settle - Artist In Residence Callout
Apr
25
to May 3

Don’t Settle - Artist In Residence Callout

Information: A paid opportunity for a multidisciplinary artist to work with young people to engage with hidden local histories in the Black Country.  You’ll deliver 9 creative workshops and further support young people to discover heritage narratives and organise two public events/exhibition.

When? 7 month period beginning in March 2019, first workshop 25th May 2019.

Apply: Apply here.

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HEADSPVCE: Residents
Feb
25
to May 30

HEADSPVCE: Residents

Information? We're recruiting residents to help make every HEADSPVCE as good as the last; with roles including booking artists, aesthetics, and marketing. No experience needed, this is an opportunity for the community to develop skills in event producing.

When? HEADSPVCE takes place in April, there will be pre-meetings in the lead up.

Apply? Apply here

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Brum Youth Trends 2019 Survey
Jan
21
to Apr 12

Brum Youth Trends 2019 Survey

Information: Our Brum Youth Trends 2019 survey is now open for young people aged 14 - 25 to share opinions & issues on the city, over 8 pillars of research including Mental Health, Identity, and Relationship to Birmingham. Be represented, be heard and be a changemaker.

When? Survey open until April

Get involved: Fill out survey

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Free Space To Devise Your Own Performance
Nov
18
to Feb 28

Free Space To Devise Your Own Performance

Information: This is an artist-led project, an opportunity to create more performances and platforms in Birmingham - a youth-led, innovative showcase which will eventually take its place among the strongest cultural offerings in the city.

When? Weekly sessions beginning February 2019

Get involved? Apply here - deadline Friday 28th February

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Festival Of Audacity Competition: Get Your Work Featured
Sep
1
to Sep 19

Festival Of Audacity Competition: Get Your Work Featured

Information? We would love to offer the opportunity for 3 young neurodiverse artists in The Midlands to create and platform original or existing work in exciting public spaces in Central Birmingham during Festival Of Audacity.

When? Work will be featured during the festival from 27th - Sat 29th Sept

Apply? Fill out form - Deadline Wednesday 19th September, 4pm

 

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