Calling all employers and UAL jobseekers!
Are you an employer seeking exceptional talent to join your organisation? Register your interest now for Creative Opportunities Unlocked: Careers Fair and meet the next generation of creative talent from University of the Arts London. Join us on 1 November 2023 at Central Saint Martins to meet 1000+ creative and talented students and recent graduates looking for part-time, full-time, freelance and temporary work. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to secure our Early Bird Discount (stands are free to charities, not-for-profits, social enterprises and UAL alumni-owned businesses) and we will contact you once booking officially opens..

Creative Opportunities


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Gallery Steward Volunteer

Two Temple Place

Closing date: 05 January 2024

Benefits: Training, work experience, discount in shop, annual volunteers party, visits to other cultural venues in London

Location: Two Temple Place

BADA Art Prize 2023

The British Antique Dealers' Association

Closing date: 01 October 2023

Benefits: Grant: £1,000 The finalist’s works will be on public view at the BADA Week reception on 17th November 2023 in London. The BADA (British Antique Dealers’ Association) is delighted to announce the Judging Panel for the BADA Arts Prize 2023. Joining renowned sculptor Anish Kapoor, and the Founder and President of the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, Alain Dominique Perrin, are musician and collector Jools Holland, and celebrated Scottish sculptor, Philip Jackson.

The London Library Emerging Writers Programme

The London Library

Closing date: 02 March 2023

Benefits: One year’s free membership of The London Library, writing development masterclasses, literary networking opportunities, peer support and guidance in using the Library’s resources.   Since The London Library Emerging Writers' Programme launched in 2019, it has supported 158 previously unpublished writers. In that time, participants have enjoyed increased awareness for their writing from the publishing industry – many have had first books and poetry collections published, secured publishing deals, and been recognised with awards and other writing successes.     Writers Abi Daré, Amber Medland, Daniel Marc Janes, Anastasia Taylor-Lind, Lianne Dillsworth, Isabelle Baafi, Russell Franklin, Krystle Zara Appiah, Carole Hailey, Marina Gerner, Gaar Adams, Paolo Chianta, Oakley Flanagan, and Natalie Linh Bolderston are just some of the Programme’s participants who have achieved significant success.