Local jobs | Art Jobs


Alternative Night of Experimental Film




An Alternative Night of Experimental Film is inviting submissions of short experimental films and moving image works that will compose the programme of an informal screening in an alternative music venue in Kingston upon Thames, London.

We are particularly interested in works by emerging filmmakers and artists based in London; the aim of the event is to create a platform for conversation and networking for those who are exploring the alternative creative paths through experimental cinema.

The theme is generally open but we are strongly interested in works that explore various aspects of human experience, including identity, culture, and perception, looking to present a programme comprising of diverse voices and original visions.

Additionally we encourage submissions of works that use music, sound design, or dance as a significant element. As the films will be presented in a small music venue we are hoping to create a space for networking between individuals working with film, sound, and music, and to encourage future collaborations.

We are aware of limitations of access and challenges of both the film industry and the art world and our mission is to support the emerging talent in the field of moving image as a multidisciplinary endeavour, creating a community that provides space for growth and mutual encouragement.

If you’ve ever had to explain what you do to someone only familiar with narrative and mainstream filmmaking, and found yourself saying: “I make weird and meaningful short films” you should submit to our showcase.

Awards & Prizes

This is a non-competitive showcase of the best recent short experimental films with informal networking opportunities.

Rules & Terms

Films should be no longer than 15 minutes.

We encourage submissions from students, recent graduates, or those without formal film education.

Films have to be in English language or be subtitled in English. All films with dialogue are asked to provide a subtitle file.

Films should not be older than 3 years (should be produced after January 2018).

Currently we will prioritise submissions from filmmakers based in London who will be able to attend the screening event. In the future, along with the development of the festival's platform we would like to open up to other UK-based and international submissions.

Date and location of the screening:

Wednesday 25 August 2021

The Fighting Cocks Bar & Venue, 56 Old London Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT2 6QA


Best short experimental films by London-based emerging creators. We invite everyone interested in film, art, and music to come and meet like-minded people in a relaxed atmosphere. Promoting conversation, celebrating creativity, and building a supportive community around alternative filmmaking are our aims. An opportunity to watch the most impactful recent moving image works which explore identity, culture, and perception through experiments with image and sound. Stay with us after the screening and meet potential future collaborators, or just make friends.

Prize summary: 
non-competitive showcase

Entry Fee:

Contact & Links: 






Are you depraved, depressed, resentful, creative and living in Brisbane Australia? Well, good news... 

Eezy Sleez is a culture hub of satire, depravity, humor and art. We’re currently looking for Brisbane-based artists, writers, models and creative folk to be featured within the next community magazine.

Our focus is to uncover and showcase the latest comics, adult humor, obscure artwork, bizarre ideas and overall unpleasantness (ya know, all the stuff your parents warned you about). With this in mind, our editorial board is open to submissions of any type. If we like what we see, it’ll get published in both digital and print formats. We’re strictly against the oppression of censorship and embrace offensive, sensitive or volatile submissions. Additionally, please be aware that accepted artists may be potentially featured alongside provocative subject matter. 

Submission deadline commences on December 2021. 

Though we do not offer any money payments, all selected artists will be heavily credited for their contribution as well as given the opportunity to purchase the printed magazine at discount base manufacturing price. 

For a better idea of our EEZY SLEEZ projects, check out our latest magazine publication THIS IS LIFE NOW!!


Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
Free To Submit
Contact & Links: 

Earth Connected Artists




Wild Bear announces an open call for all artists to participate in "Earth Connected Artists", a juried show with a goal to inspire love for our magnificent Earth! Be a part of our much needed ECO Revolution! Wild Bear Nature Center is providing a platform for your voice in support of the earth.


Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
Contact & Links: 

5 x free spaces in Bristol for artists/curators/gallerists - from 6 weeks up to 1 year






Available: From 12th August, 2021
We are looking for a variety of artists, creative makers & curators to take over 5 spaces in this shopping centre. We can offer short-term Project Spaces or longer-term studio, exhibition or public-facing uses.

The space is provided for free* in return for the commitment to use the space fully & organising some public-facing events as part of your occupation. We are committed to supporting creative practitioners who are most in need of space, prioritising support for those who are struggling due to the pandemic or best consider the local community in their applications.

The images of spaces shown here are possible sites for your creative occupation. As part of our judging Hypha Studios matches creatives to the spaces we feel will best support their proposal in terms of space & visibility, as well as the shopping centre & local community

If you feel that one of the spaces is particularly suited to your proposal, then please mention this in the application form so we can consider it in the judging process.

We have 3 types of opportunity to best suit your creative needs, so please consider which would work for you best, & feel free to apply to more than one option.

1: Project Spaces for 45 days
2: Creative commercial, for 6-12 months
3: Struggling Creatives, for 6-12 months

You can use the space as a short-term studio, allowing the public to observe your artistic process in any medium. Or you may be putting on a performance, developing an exhibition or creating a new site-responsive project.

It should have at least one public-facing element, which could include a workshop, talk, participatory element, or anything else you feel supports your practice & the local community, It is really important that you use the space for the duration of the 45 day period, treating the space as your primary work space to develop your practice We are particularly interested in creatives who are local, cannot normally access making space, or consider the immediate context & community in their application


For this offer we are looking for creatives or curators who create work to sell or organise public-facing selling exhibitions. This could include paintings, photography & traditional artwork, or you may create written publications, fashion or anything else from the creative sector which you want to sell.

We ask you to particularly consider the local context & community of the area when thinking about the works you sell & the prices you are selling them for. We are particularly interested in creatives who are local, cannot normally access making space, or would see this opportunity to test the commercial viability of their creative practice to help them reach the next stage of their career.

You will have the space for a minimum of six months, with the potential to extend for longer. We are committed to supporting creatives & communities most in need & will prioritise creatives who declare they are struggling - whether financially, mentally or physically.

Priority will also be given to local creatives who live within one hour journey time of the space & those who would otherwise struggle to access space to develop their practice. It is very important that you use the space for the duration of your occupation, treating the space as your primary work space to develop your practice


Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
Contact & Links: 

Open call for Experienced Outdoor/Mural Artist



Manchester College is inviting expressions of interest from artists with previous experience of painting outdoor work / mural works; who would like to be considered for creating work on a their East Campus.


2020/21 has been a unique and difficult year for many, and for our students and colleagues it has been a time of worry, uncertainty and change.

Throughout this time, our students and staff have exemplified the resilience, positivity and aspiration that is at the heart of The Manchester College and UCEN Manchester.

The purpose of the mural is to create a ‘visual time capsule’ that encapsulates the feelings, fears and hopes for the future of our students and colleagues throughout the pandemic.

Although the mural will be a visual representation of the challenges of the pandemic, the predominant theme will be that of hope, opportunity and aspiration.

The mural will represent a forward look to a more positive future and showcase the opportunity and aspiration that being part of the TMC and UCEN Manchester community brings.

We are looking for a final artwork that:

-  Reflects themes of positivity and are uplifting for future students

-  Reflects the theme without a literal or figurative depiction of Covid and Lockdown

-  That are sympathetic to the surroundings and the maturity of students who attend the college


The campus is sited in Open Shaw, East Manchester.
The wall is on the main campus building and is a white rendered rectangular space of approximately 6.5 metres wide and 1 meters tall. Access by scaffold or scissor lift can be discussed with the projects managers. (See Images)


We are proposing to visually mark this commitment through the creation of a mural outside Whitworth House that will be unveiled in line with the opening of the new Openshaw campus in September 2021.

EOI Deadline: 30th June
Shortlisting by a college faculty panel and a student panel: 1st July Interviews: 6th / 7th July
Selected candidate informed and begins design process: 8th July Consultation with student panel on first drafts: 28th July
Final sign of of artwork: 4th August
Prep and installation period: Between 9th - 30th August


We are seeking applications from artists who live in the North West area and are available to travel to work in Manchester.

We are seeking artists who are available to work to the timescales set out above and have experience in painting works in the public realm before.



Due to the short timescale of this project we are asking for an expression of interest in the project so we can see your work, and consider new artists for shortlisting.

There is no obligation to provide design works or ideas to be con sided for this project, but we will accept any suggestions you may have about your desire to design an artwork for this project.

Please provide a link to your website or a pdf document with images of relevant works.

Prize summary: 
£6150 fee
Prizes Details: 

Fees for the artists, assistant and materials (not including access) are £6150


Entry Fee:

Contact & Links: 

Western Michigan art rep looking for new talent!




WE'RE GROWING!!! Embrace Creatives, a brand new, online art showroom for interiors based in metro Detroit has brought on a Western Michigan art rep and we're looking to expand our offerings in that region. Calhoun County + Kalamazoo + Jackson County + Ingham County.

EC is a non-exclusive sales channel who places original and limited edition pieces with collectors and interior professionals' residential and commercial projects. Yeah, we sell art and we're very picky because our buyers are picky.

What we look for;

  • Quality and cohesive portfolios.
  • Emerging and Established who "get" business (reliable, responsible, and communicative).
  • Artists and Designers who will be a good partner with Founder, Andrea Bogart and EC's art reps.

What we sell via our showroom and art placement;











Interested? Learn more.

Entry Fee:

Contact & Links: 


Subscribe to Local