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Live Art Development Agency (LADA)

First Floor, Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London E2 7ES — Google Maps
Tel: 020 7033 0275
Fax: 020 7033 0276
Email: info@thisisliveart.co.uk
Website: www.thisisliveart.co.uk
Website: www.thisisliveart.co.uk/prof_dev/one_to_one/index.html

The Live Art Development Agency’s Study Room is a free, open access research facility used by artists, students, curators and scholars as well as many other arts professionals.
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Creative Process

Old Laban Centre, Laurie Grove, London, SE14 6NH — Google Maps
Tel: 020 8691 6729
Email: info@creativeprocess.og.uk
Website: www.creativeprocess.org.uk

Creative Process is a regeneration agency working with the creative sector in London. Originally set up by Lewisham Council, they are now an independent not for profit company, working mainly in Lewisham and Greenwich. They provide business support to individuals and organisations, run a network for creative people in Lewisham and Greenwich, support and run festivals including Deptford X, Deptford Design and Lewisham People’s Day. Their regular newsletter delivers news and updates on arts events and opportunities on a regular basis.
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IFACCA

Website: www.ifacca.org/acorns/

The International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA)is the global network of arts councils and ministries of culture. They have a regular Newsletter that shares information and ideas between arts councils, ministries of culture and arts and culture organisations.
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ArtsAdmin

Toynbee Studios, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6LS — Google Maps
Tel: 020 7247 5102
Fax: 020 7247 5103
Email: admin@artsadmin.co.uk
Website: www.artsadmin.co.uk
Website: www.artsadmin.co.uk/artistsadvisor/bursaryscheme.html

Artsadmin provides a comprehensive management service and national resource for contemporary artists who cross the spectrum of new theatre, dance, music, live art and mixed media work. The organisation provides practitioners with administrative support, develops and promotes artists’ work and establishes partnerships with producers, promoters and relevant arts organisations in the UK and abroad. Artsadmin also administers an Artists’ Bursary scheme for live art/time based media artists, and/or any one of the following in combination with the above: new performance, installation, text, sound, digital technology and projected image. You must have received a fellowship or no strings-attached awards within the last six months of the closing date and been making work professionally within the last 12 months of the closing date. You should also not be in receipt of fixed term funding or revenue funding. Priority will be given to artists who intend to make particular use of Toynbee Studios during the period of their bursary. The Artsmin Busrsary offer artists time to experiment with new ways of working, to practically research or take an idea further, or to further their creative process without the pressure of having to realize a final outcome or ‘product’. Bursaries of �500 – �4,000; a combination of fees, material costs, access to studio space and video facilities at Toynbee Studios. For further information send A4 SAE to Manick Govinda the Artists Advisor at the address above.
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[inIVA bulletin]

Email: iniva-subscribe@topica.com
Website: www.iniva.org

inIVA is an international-looking visual arts organisation, with gallery space, web commissions, talks and events, and an extensive library of international artists’ work.
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Arts News

Email: artsnews-join@listmail.artsfb.org.uk
Website: www.artscouncil.org.uk/pressnews/mailinglists.php

ArtsNews details arts events, news and press releases. Once you are a subscriber you can also post items for publication.
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Artsadmin newsletter

Email: admin@artsadmin.co.uk
Website: www.artsadmin.co.uk/opportunities/e-digest.php?id=31

Artsadmin provide support and advice for performance, new media, video and live artists. They also list jobs, events, flat shares / swaps / rentals and opportunities.
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EtCetera newsletter

Website: www.disabilityarts.info

Born in 2008 from the ashes of The National Disability Arts Forum, Disability Cultural Projects will continue publishing the excellent weekly newsletter Etcetera. It will provide information on disability issues, opportunities for artists with disabilities and information about DCP’s activities.
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Kultureflash

Email: events@kultureflash.net
Website: www.kultureflash.net/magazine.aspx

Kultureflash is a free, weekly newsletter covering happenings and openings in and around London. Featuring art, gigs, films, events, talks, clubs and more.
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Lambeth Arts Database

Website: www.lambeth.gov.uk

This database is a list of artists and arts organisations who have submitted their information to Lambeth Arts. The aim of the database is to facilitate networking and sharing of information across the creative sector in Lambeth. The Arts Team will carry out information searches on the database, on request. If you sign up to the Lambeth Arts Database you will receive: A Monthly Email Bulletin – with news, funding updates, jobs and training opportunities, the opportunity to request searches from the database, if you have allowed your details to be made public they will send funding news and information from other council departments.
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London Borough of Tower Hamlets Arts & Events

LBTH Arts & Events, Brady Arts Centre, 192-196 Hanbury Street, London E1 5HU — Google Maps
Tel: 020 7364 7900
Fax: 020 7364 7901
Email: bradyarts.lbth@dial.pipex.com
Website: www.lbthartsandevents.info

Weekly email newsletter focusing on job opportunities and funding to encourage information sharing in arts organisations in Tower Hamlets and to create an online arts network.
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Arts Professional

PO BOX 1010, Histon, Cambridge, CB24 9WH — Google Maps
Tel: 01954 250600
Fax: 01954 252600
Email: editors@artsprofessional.co.uk
Website: www.artsprofessional.co.uk

Their weekly news bulletin ‘APe-mail’, contains up to the minute opportunities from ArtsJobFinder plus links to the very latest news from ArtsProfessional and the fortnightly ‘News from the Nationals’.
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Artvehicle

Email: info@artvehicle.com
Website: www.artvehicle.com

Website and e-bulletin of contemporary art reviews, listings and opinion in London.
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Axis

Studio 17/18 Leeds Design Innovation Centre, 46 The Calls Leeds, LS2 7EY — Google Maps
Tel: 0845 362 8230
Fax: 0845 362 8231
Email: artistservices@axisweb.org
Website: www.axisweb.org
Website: www.axisweb.org/ofHOME.aspx

Axis is the most extensive national listing of practising, contemporary artists in the UK and has recently opened up its directory to contemporary curators. Axis has been online since 1999 and now includes material on over 4,000 artists. Open Frequency is a frequently changing, on-line showcase of selected artists’ current work, chosen by curators every 2 months. Artists and projects are selected by a national network of invited, curatorial advisors, who nominate artists in their region or country for inclusion.
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The Seer

Email: info@theseer.info
Website: www.theseer.info

Free online directory and resource for all of London’s creative individuals, organisations and venues to find, receive and promote arts and creative information in London. Individual artists, arts organisations and venues can register to create their own profile. MySeer will enable registrants to edit their own Directory entry, promote exhibitions and events, advertise workshops and paid and unpaid jobs in Opportunities and upload their own News stories.
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Visual Artists Ireland

Central Hotel Chambers, 7/9 Dame Court, Dublin 2 — Google Maps
Tel: 00 353 1 8722296
Fax: 00 353 1 8722364
Email: info@visualartists.ie
Website: www.visualartists.ie

Visual Artists Ireland is an all-Ireland body for professional visual artists. It provides services, facilities and resources for artists, initiates artistic projects and publications and acts as an advocate on behalf of individual artists. The Info Pool section of the website has a huge number of listings, inlcusing local arts officers. Free opportunities newsletter available to subscribe at www.visualartists.ie/sfr_ebulletin.html.
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LUX

Shacklewell Studios, 3rd Floor, 18 Shacklewell Lane, London E8 2EZ — Google Maps
Tel: 020 7503 3980
Fax: 020 7503 1606
Email: info@lux.org.uk
Website: www.lux.org.uk
Website: www.lux.org.uk/resources/oneonone.htm
Website: www.lux.org.uk/aap
Website: catalogue.lux.org.uk

LUX is a not-for-profit organisation established to promote and support artists’ moving image work both in the UK and internationally. Its archive is made up from the film and video collections of its predecessor organisations: the Lux Centre, London Filmmakers Co-op and London Electronic Arts / London Video Access. The entire LUX catalogue is also available online. LUX offers free one-on-one advice sessions for UK artists working with the moving image who are no longer in full-time education. Their Associate Artists Programme provides a professional development course focused on critical discourse. The programme consists of 12 monthly workshops, seminars, mentoring advice and a final funded project and it is open to artists working predominately with the moving image, who have completed a graduate or post-graduate course in the past three years.
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ArtRabbit

Website: www.artrabbit.com

ArtRabbit is a new type of art website which accommodates the needs and desires of today’s art world and art enthusiasts. An open and reactive forum ArtRabbit connects individuals, artists, galleries, museums and collectors via comprehensive listings and opinion.
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Culture-Shot

Website: www.culture-shot.co.uk

Culture-Shot is a new weekly e-bulletin covering arts & entertainment. A concise email that brings you selected events in three categories: Essential, Last Chance and Coming Soon.
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Voluntary Arts England newsletter

PO Box 1056, Newcastle upon Tyne NE99 1UE — Google Maps
Tel: 0191 230 4464
Email: info@vaengland.org.uk
Website: www.vaengland.org.uk
Website: www.voluntaryarts.org

Newsletter of Voluntary Arts England, useful for some funding information, general news and to list opportunities.
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BenchPeg

Email: info@benchpeg.com
Website: benchpeg.com
Website: benchpeg.com/opportunities/

Online site related to Jewellery and Crafts.
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criticalnetwork

Email: info@criticalnetwork.co.uk
Website: www.criticalnetwork.co.uk/opportunities.php

criticalnetwork is a not-for-profit organisation run voluntarily by a collective of UK-based artists. They have a newsletter and list Events and Opportunities.
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