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Press and Testimonials

For press and  programme enquiries please contact Kate Danielson, Programme Director: Kate@jerwoodarts.org / 07815 736156

Press Releases

Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries Hosts Announced

First Graduate Trainees Announced under Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries

Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries Celebrate the Success of 40 Graduates

Press Coverage

Arts Professional 5 December 2016. My Journey: Rachael Baskeyfield

Arts Industry October 2016. The Word. Changing the Narrative

Arts Professional 12 October: Three-quarters of people in the arts volunteer before finding paid work, survey suggests

The Stage 12 October 2016: Arts Graduates do 7K of unpaid work before finding a job, survey claims 

Broadway World  25 January 2016: Donmar Warehouse welcomes new Associate Artist Tom Scutt

Arts Professional 15 October 2015: A Perfect Placement

CC Skills 15 June 2015: The Arts Must Spread the Net Wider

Case Studies

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Diversity Report

DCMS The Culture White Paper

Arts Council England Theatre Analysis


There are 40 of us on the programme and we will get to meet up at occasional training events. It’s really nice to be able to share our worries and concerns…and we often have the same worries.

Tayah Preece, Trainee Production Manager at Manchester International Festival in association with HOME, Royal Exchange Theatre and RNCM

Read the full interview with Tayah Preece, here.

I have been sitting in organisational meetings with the Kettle’s Yard and Circuit teams while they plan the Unlock Cambridge festival. Seeing the inner workings of organising an arts festival has been interesting and I have at times been able to contribute due to my own experience in event organising. I helped to promote the festival at the Anglia Ruskin Freshers Fair and gave my technical support on the day too.

Kyle Percy, Curatorial Research Assistant at Kettle’s Yard

Read the full interview with Kyle Percy here.

Taking part in the programme has given me the opportunity to develop my skills and add to my CV, as well as to experience what it’s like to work in an arts organisation. I believe the internship will give me the chance to really begin my career in the arts industry, increasing my confidence and helping me to stand out when applying to positions in future.

Verity Casey, Development Assistant at Sadler’s Wells

Read the full interview with Verity Casey here.

Watch a video interview with Nastasha Boyce, Assistant Producer, Outreach at Cambridge Junction.