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Our Production team would like to establish a list of preferred suppliers to plan and deliver a wide range of ambitious public cultural activities. We'd like to hear from suppliers in the following areas:
You don't need to meet all of the criteria listed below each tender to apply - we'd like to hear from you even if you could only provide one part of that service.
To register your interest, visit our Preferred Suppliers Tender page:
Coventry City of Culture Trust wants to hear from freelance producers, project / production managers and coordinators who are interested in working on our programme throughout 2021 and into 2022. We are especially keen to work with people who are based in Coventry and Warwickshire, whether you are used to working with large-scale productions or smaller scale shows. Our programme is not divided by genre, we are approaching our programme through different themes and storylines. We are working with up and coming Coventry artists, alongside headliners from across the world. Please visit our Coming In 2021 page to see part of our programme.
If you would like to join our database, please fill in the form on the below link. You will be asked to upload your CV and link to any relevant work.
Please note: this is not a formal recruitment process and we will not be responding to individual applicants. You will be contacted by a member of our team if and when any suitable opportunities arise.
Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 has been inspired by the city’s pioneering activism in inventing the twin cities movement after WW2, extending the hand of friendship, and building cultural partnerships with cities around the world.
Our programme will reflect the internationalism of the city, as a home of diverse migrant communities and a place of sanctuary for refugees and asylum seekers, its role in peace and reconciliation, and its position as a dynamic, revolutionary city tackling global social issues.
Coventry has always been a city of movement and exchange, a city of changemakers.
Delivered in partnership with the British Council, the International Changemakers Bursary - Digital Collaboration aims to support the creation and development of 10-15 partnerships and projects between changemakers in Coventry and their international counterparts.
Alternatively, video applications can be submitted to Stephanie Ridings, Bursary Manager at [email protected]
Application Opens - 3rd December 2020
Application Closes - 18th January 2021: 10pm
Coventry City of Culture Trust are supporting Open Theatre Company on an ambitious, multi-faceted programme of creative work for young people with learning disabilities.
Open Theatre Company are interested in hearing from creative practitioners and artists working in visual and 3D arts, performing arts, digital art and media, music, literature and art-forms that don’t necessary fall into those categories, or artists working across disciplines.
They're also keen to hear from creative practitioners (emerging or established) who are interested in training in the non-verbal physical theatre practice that is at the core of their work in Special Educational Needs schools in Coventry and across the West Midlands.
To apply, find the full call-out on Open Theatre Company's website:
Coventry City of Culture Trust is looking to work with two individuals who have experience of being an employer in the cultural sector, or working as a freelancer, to join our task and finish group and work with the Chief Executive to complete the work on the Trust’s Fair Pay Manifesto.
Please submit a brief expression of interest (no more than 200 words or a video/audio recording) to [email protected].
Application Closes -12pm 25th January 2021
Coventry City of Culture Trust is committed to equal opportunities and will treat all applications fairly based on written submissions. Please complete the anonymous equal opportunities form:
As part of the UK City of Culture readiness programme and to fulfill the partnership legacy ambitions beyond 2021 - we are inviting all West Midlands, national (UK) and international creatives to submit their interest, proposals, and/or portfolio, in order to be considered within call-outs for current and upcoming public realm regeneration schemes, citywide redevelopment projects and cultural programmes.
The aim is to create a diverse catalogue/database of work and a register of interested artists that can be considered by Coventry City Council and the Coventry City of Culture Trust for future projects.
We are keen to engage local artists to help us create beautiful places for the people of Coventry in what promises to be an exciting year. The nature of the projects is varied and covers all elements of public realm, from garden projects to construction projects, from lighting to street art. We want to talk to you whatever your speciality and whatever your size. Projects will range in budget from very small to several hundred thousand pounds – and we want to invite you to become part of this journey during 2020 and as we progress into 2021.
For more information about the project and how to register interest, please see the full Invitation of Interest document.