Probably the best Arts jobs website in the UK
Arts Jobs from the Arts Council
Arts & Heritage Jobs from the Guardian
Job vacancies from the University of the Arts London website
Museum jobs updated every Thursday
National museum jobs from the National Museum Directors' Conference (NMDC) website
Architecture and design jobs from from the online magazine Dezeen
Job listings site from the people behind ArtsProfessional
Creativepool is a UK jobs resource for animation, advertising, architecture,
broadcast, design, digital, fashion, games, illustration and publishing
Arts Culture Media Jobs
Jobs, Courses and Internships from the Art Newspaper
Job site specifically for museums
Specialist jobsite for academic art jobs
Museums Associations Jobs Listings
Jobs from Arts Industry
Permanent, part-time and freelance jobs in the creative industries from IdeasTap.
Job listings from the Group for Education in Museums (GEM)
Jobs opportunities collated by the Young Creatives Network (YCN).
Vacancies for media and creative freelance roles.
Art Monthly Newsletter – includes an Opportunities section, featuring current job vacancies
ARTS RECRUITMENT AGENCIES
Lacey West Art International
OTHER RECRUITMENT AGENCIES
Judy Fisher Associates
OTHER USEFUL LINKS
Emerging Leaders of New York Arts (ELNYA) – a New York City-based networking and professional development group that explores new ideas,
best practices and challenges in the field of arts management.
VAGA, The Visual Arts and Galleries Association, is a leading independent body and UK-wide professional network promoting the visual arts and
representing the interests of organisations and individuals working in all aspects of their presentation and development.
The Association of Art Historians supports and promotes the study of art history.
Association of Women Art Dealers – holds regular social events for its members.
Love Art London is an independent art membership club which provides after hours access to a carefully chosen selection of exclusive,
eye-opening experiences happening in London.
The Contemporary Art Society - exists to encourage the appreciation and understanding of contemporary art and to develop public collections and
collectors in the UK.
Young Patrons at Tate - Young Patrons at Tate enjoy an exclusive events programme including visits to private art collections, artist's studios and
galleries, major exhibition opening receptions, out of hours tours of Tate, an annual Young Patrons anniversary event and unlimited entry
to all Tate events.
The Association of Art and Antique Dealers (LAPADA) - is the trade association for professional art and antique dealers.
The British Antique Dealers' Association (BADA) - is the trade association for the leading antique dealers in Britain.
Creative & Cultural Skills – is the Sector Skills Council for Craft, Cultural Heritage, Design, Literature, Music, Performing, and Visual Arts and aims
to bridge the gap between industry, education and the government.
IdeasTap – is an arts charity established to help young, creative people at the start of their careers. It connects creative people, funding and ideas
with a focus on the theatre.
Arts Council England – the national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from the Government and the National
Triangle – an international network of artists and arts organisations that promotes dialogue, exchange of ideas and innovation within the
contemporary visual arts.
NSEAD National Society for Education in Art & Design – Membership organisation for those who teach craft or design in primary or secondary
schools, or in further or higher education. It also has information for gallery educators, artists in residence, parents and all those with an interest in
SHAPE – A disability-led arts organisation working to improve access to culture for disabled people. Shape develops opportunities for disabled
artists and trains cultural institutions to be more open to disabled people.
Visiting Arts' purpose is to strengthen intercultural understanding through the arts.
London Arts in Health Forum – a networking organisation for health and arts professionals and health-related organisations. LAHF promotes
knowledge and understanding of the arts in health care, encourages best practice in the field and stimulates new ideas
The Art Fund – campaigns, fundraises and gives money to museums and galleries to buy and show art, and promote its enjoyment through events
and a membership scheme.
Engage - promotes access to, enjoyment and understanding of the visual arts through gallery education.
Gem – Group for Education in Museums
Promotes the importance of learning through museums, galleries and other cultural organisations.
Arts Marketing Association (AMA)
The AMA is involved in bringing the arts and audiences together. Annual subscription rates start at £29.
ArtsProfessional - holds regular events on matters such as selling art, project budgeting, fundraising, negotiating, arts leadership.
Arts and Business - connects companies and individuals to cultural organisations and provides the expertise and insight for them to prosper
together. It holds regular lectures and workshops on arts policy such as fundraising, sponsorship, board membership and social media.
Voluntary Arts Network (VAN) - provides information and training to those who participate in the voluntary arts sector.
Southwark Arts Forum – helps artists, arts organisations and creative industries to have a greater impact on their local community. It provides a
range of networking, information and advice services such as events, e-bulletins and one-to-one sessions.
SheSays – digital advertising network for women from the world of digital media. What started as a small community in London has grown to a
larger network in seven cities across the world with over 3000 members.
Arts Management Network - an international information service and network for cultural management and arts administration.
Frame and Reference – takes the work of various leading UK arts organisations as its inspiration to explore common themes in the art produced
and exhibited by this network with criticism, interviews, news and reviews.
Artinfo - ARTINFO.com features breaking news, profiles of artists, stories about collectors and collecting, gallery round-ups, market trends and
coverage of art fairs.
The Art Newspaper – news and features on the art world
Art Market Monitor - provides context to the ever-changing fluctuation in prices and a place to follow public reporting on the art market.
The Arts Desk - a powerhouse of discerning arts journalism covering opera, books, the visual arts, comedy, theatre and more.
Culture24 - latest news, exhibition reviews, links, event listings and education resources from UK museums, galleries, heritage sites, archives and
libraries, all in one place.
Art Daily - a resource for current information on the art world. Features a series of stories covering a variety of art-related news and events
ART BLOGS & EXHIBITION REVIEWS
Criticismism - a blog written by Culture24 and Mono contributor, Mark Sheerin, that focuses on all thing art related. Includes a weekly round-up of
links to art-related stories.
Dazed Digital - the online iteration of Dazed & Confused magazine. This site has a huge array of articles on arts and culture, photography, fashion,
illustration, music and film.
Time Out - information on art events in London. The go-to guide of what to see and when to see it.
Paul's Art World - the former editor at large of Art World magazine, Paul Carey-Kent, uses this blog to talk about ten recommended contemporary
art shows in London.
Another Magazine - great articles on arts and artists. Their 'Art Talks' column has conversations with a myriad of artists about their own art.
This Is Tomorrow - aims to become a comprehensive archive of contemporary art, providing those restricted by place or time with the
chance to visit exhibitions around the world.
Scene & Herd – the international art world's social diary from Artforum magazine, containing gossip and art star-spotting.
Baer Faxt – Josh Baer's inside scoop on appointments, auctions, scandals, lawsuits and more.