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Powys Arts Forum helps join up and encourage arts activity across the county, providing:-

  • A voice in shaping programmes and policy
  • A forum to express your ideas and concerns
  • An opportunity to network with like-minded people
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Please send details of your upcoming events to:

admin(at)powysartsforum.org.uk

Has your membership lapsed?

To take advantage of our networks and new developments for 2014-15, please go to our membership page to renew.

JOB OPPORTUNITY

INFORMATION OFFICER

Powys Arts Forum is changing and we're looking for a fire starter to develop an exciting, information led social media presence where Powys's art's scene can discuss ideas, post useful information, moan and celebrate the challenges and opportunities in our area.

here
kayte(at)powysartsforum.org.uk

Application Deadline: 1st August 2014Interviews to be held week commencing 12th August 2014

Opportunities

To list your opportunity, please email:

admin(at)powysartsforum.org.uk

INFORMATION OFFICER

Powys Arts Forum is changing and we're looking for a fire starter to develop an exciting, information led social media presence where Powys's art's scene can discuss ideas, post useful information, moan and celebrate the challenges and opportunities in our area.

here kayte(at)powysartsforum.org.uk

Application Deadline: 1st August 2014Interviews to be held week commencing 12th August 2014

 

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Arts Council of Wales Officer

Development Officer for Mid and West Wales:

Jacqueline Brown

Arts Council of Wales
Bute Place
Cardiff
CF10 5AL

029 2044 1300

jacqueline.brown(at)artscouncilofwales.org.uk