CALL FOR ARTISTS | Artist, Mother, Proud & Serious VOL II

Women United ART MOVEMENT, a global platform advocating for gender equality in the art world, is excited to announce a new call for artists for VOL II of the annual publication ARTIST, MOTHER, PROUD & SERIOUS!


Artist, Mother, Proud & Serious is a labour of love. It is a tribute to women who often find themselves on the edge of the art world because they don’t fit the stereotype of what “a professional artist” should look like. They often feel like having to justify their passion for the arts and their time in the studio.


Historically, a female artist who is also a mother, has not been considered an art book material. That is, until we came along and pushed the boundaries with our 400-page VOL I. We see you!



“bildingship” is a working fellowship for young artists aged up to 31 years, to use bilding as space for their own artistic work as well as actively engaging in the regular workshop programme for the duration of seven months (prolongation to one year is possible), including part-time employment (500€ per month) and accommodation. The aim is to convey the concept and working methods of bilding to the artists, while at the same time, imparting artistic processes directly to the children and adolescents based on the artists on-site work, to establish mutual ties and to promote and expand international discourse in the field of art and cultural mediation with young people, based on the practical experiences gained at bilding.



As part of our 10-year commitment to Moston, Harpurhey & Charlestown we are continuing the delivery of the SICK! Mental Health Arts Programme (SMASH!), a creative social prescribing project that offers participants a range of innovative experiences designed to: 

Call for Proposals - In the Field 2

Dates: 5 and 6 July 2024

Venue: In person at London College of Communication, Elephant and Castle, London, SE1 6SB and online

Deadline for proposals:  6 February 2024

Notification of acceptance:  15 March 2024

“a field recording is less a singular stamp of time and place, and more an index of the process of its making. It may reflect an environment or situation, but it is also a catalog of pre- and postproduction, whether audible or not. Field recordings, then, are vulnerable conduits of knowledge; their partial and perforated status leaves them open for use and abuse.” 

Mark Peter Wright, Listening After Nature (2022, Bloomsbury).


THR!VE 2024

⭐️ Three arts festivals
⭐️ Six paid interns
⭐️ Opportunity to showcase your work

Bermondsey Project Space is launching a year-long series of arts festivals throughout 2024 in collaboration with Southwark Council and the Thriving High Streets Fund.

The THR!VE Festivals are focused on nurturing emerging talent and supporting communities to be part of their local high streets through arts and culture.

BPS will be supporting paid interns to develop and deliver week-long arts festivals throughout the year, offering real world experience and professional guidance.

This is your chance to be part of a new major arts project, putting communities at the heart of the high street.

2024 Erasmus+ Traineeship: Vienna Master of Applied Human Rights

- 2024 Erasmus+ Traineeship: Vienna Master of Applied Human Rights -

Dates of Traineeship: 5 February 2024 – 9 August 2024
Location: Vienna, Austria
Position Type: Part-Time (30 hours per week, breaks included)
Compensation: Amount depends on the Sending Institution’s Erasmus+ Grant Level
Benefits Covered by the Vienna Master: Accident and liability insurance, Wiener Linien ticket, 10 vacation days, and sick time when needed


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