The Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries programme

Website: https://jerwoodarts.org/projects/weston-jerwood-creative-bursaries-2020-22/.

The Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries programme will support 50 salaried jobs in arts and cultural organisations across the UK, for individuals from low socio-economic backgrounds. The programme is dedicated to supporting outstanding early-career artists, curators, producers and creatives to thrive, and working in partnership with leading arts and cultural organisations to take an inclusive, intersectional approach to recruitment, artist development and organisational change. The first job opportunities will open for applications on Tuesday 20 October. The rest of the job opportunities will be added between October 2020 and March 2021

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Expires: March 1, 2022


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