Monday, 30 April 2018

Creative Future competitions

Here are the latest competitions for April with Creative Futures:





April 2018



2018 Creative Future Literary Awards now open

Our FREE to enter annual competition for under-represented writers with a theme of “Chemistry” is now open!  There are £7,500 worth of cash and development prizes up for grabs.

Poetry (up to 200 words)
Prose (up to 1,000 words)

 
Deadline Midday 18th June 2018
 


Tight Modern 2017-18 Winners Announced

We are delighted to announce the winners of our Tight Modern 2017-18 tour:

Curators' Choice
1st Prize: Dawn Blake - 'Detritus Series 2'
2nd Prize: Anne Windsor - 'We All Need Imagination'
3rd Prize: Pat Gregson - 'Landscape on the Downs'

Public Vote
1st Prize: Elle Isolde - 'They Knew Where the Witches Were'
2nd Prize: Danika McElroy - 'Depression; You Nearly Killed Me'
3rd Prize: Pat Gregson - 'Landscape on the Downs'

Many thanks indeed to everyone who voted and congratulations to the artists.



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Creative Future Director Vacancy


Closing date: 6th May 2018

You will be a visionary, inspirational arts leader who is a passionate advocate for underrepresented artists and writers. You’re also a highly experienced fundraiser with a solid track record. You’re highly knowledgeable about the arts and have great arts contacts. You are also a highly adaptable and efficient organisational manager used to dealing with the challenges of the voluntary arts sector and have a clear understanding of the barriers underrepresented artists and writers face.


The Mother of All Losses

A Brighton-based editor is looking for stories from people whose mothers have died for inclusion in an anthology published in 2020. Submissions can be in many forms; essay, poetry, prose, graphic strips, painting etc. If you’re unable or hesitant to write, transcribing is possible. The Editor is looking for a range of voices and experiences – stories by people who may have lost their mother years ago, some recently; some may have had good relationships, some bad, some deeply complex. The anthology aims to be inclusive in its contributors and broad in the experiences it depicts. For more information, email themotherofalllosses@gmail.com.
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