Over 2020-2022, 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.
Fair access to working in the arts and cultural sector remains an urgent issue, with those from low socio-economic backgrounds still significantly under-represented amongst the artists and employees of UK theatres, festivals, galleries and arts organisations of all kinds. The programme seeks to interrogate and remove barriers to entry and enable those on the programme – the ‘Fellows’ – to build careers in the arts with confidence and support.
Introduction to the Programme
If you are considering making an application to one of the jobs, we have created a short introduction which should tell you everything you need to know. You can read this here.
You can listen to an Audio version.
You can read an Easy Read version.
You can watch this BSL video.
Os byddai’n well gennych chi ddarllen fersiwn Cymraeg o’r testun hwn, cliciwch yma.
Os byddai’n well gennych chi wrando ar y testun hwn, cliciwch yma.
Os byddai’n well gennych chi weld fersiwn Hawdd i’w Ddarllen o’r testun hwn, cliciwch yma.
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.
To keep updated about new jobs opening for recruited, we recommend checking the below link regularly, where all the opportunities are listed.