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A black and white image showing school children running on the beach. No faces are visible only from the shoulders down to the feet.

Photo: Stewart Baxter



At ARCADE, we value fairness and understand that in order for diversity in the arts to improve, we aim to make all our paid opportunities for more than 1 day of work go out to advert.




In 2023 we were honoured to be awarded funding from the Youth Music Catalyser Fund. This is supporting us to deliver a 3 year programme of regular creative music sessions for students at Scarborough Pupil Referral Service.

The students will have the chance to express themselves through musical play and will work towards writing, recording and producing their own music/songs. There will be multiple opportunities throughout the programme for young people to share & perform their work to invited and public audiences in celebration and gig style events.

Our sessions will allow students to work with professional artists who are skilled at facilitating in accordance with the unique and challenging needs of this vulnerable cohort. 

WE are currently seeking 2 multi-skilled artists with a strong youth music facilitation background to lead these sessions. See links below for more information and how to apply.



We are inviting proposals for the re-development of the ARCADE website which now requires improved functionality to meet our increasing needs. If you have experience developing and integrating CMS systems for organisations such as ours, we'd love to hear from you. See below for more information and how to apply.

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