Culture Northumberland supports the cultural sector to have a platform, a joined up and inclusive voice.  Culture and creativity are essential catalysts for positive change. We are a conduit to support the needs and ambitions of the sector to enable growth and sustainability by connecting, amplifying and advocating Northumberland’s culture and creativity.

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Opportunity for Freelance Marketing support for our Audiences in Lockdown Project

Queen's Hall Arts want to engage freelance marketing support for 12 hours per week for 12 weeks starting in early July.  Download application here

OPPORTUNITY - Bailiffgate Museum & Gallery: Programme / Operations Manager

Bailiffgate Museum in Alnwick, Northumberland is seeking to appoint a freelance manager to oversee its exciting development from Covid-19 lock down to vibrant, sustainable future. Visit page

The Ticketing Professionals Conference is Europe's premier gathering of entertainment ticketing and marketing professionals. Following the postponement of its 2020 conference large amounts of its content along with new 'Covid related' content has been moved online. Visit page

Queen's Hall Arts: UNSUNG: CALL OUT FOR SONGWRITER

QHA is recruiting a songwriter to create new music for an innovative project to celebrate 25 years of the National Lottery. Deadline 22nd May

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COVID-19 Support Page

Visit our COVID-19 support page for the latest sources of funding, support and advice for your situation during lockdown. 

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Culture Northumberland on Facebook

We've rebranded and expanded the scope of the former Northumberland Arts News Facebook page. Visit our page, like and follow, contribute and share! Visit page

The Case for Culture - regional strategy

NECP is committed to building on the strengths of the North East’s diverse communities and brokering opportunities for further investment in arts and heritage right across the region.

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Sign up here to receive our regular Culture Northumberland Newsletter, to stay up to date with the arts, culture and heritage events, news and opportunities across Northumberland

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