Thanks to funding from Creative Scotland’s Culture Collective Fund, we will be collaborating with disabled people to co-design a year-long programme of sensory arts projects for those who experience multiple barriers to access mainstream arts activities. 

Independent Arts Projects is now seeking a team of 6 Artists and 1 Producer to deliver a new year-long programme of Sensory Arts activity in 6 areas across Scotland.

Job packs are available below in PDF format, audio format and as videos (there’s also a captioned, introductory video below about the project). If you would like to access this information in another format, please email us. We’ve included large print versions in mono and in blue, green and purple colours so far. We’re more than happy to add further versions upon request.

You can book a 30 minute 1-2-1 Zoom session on Wednesday 15th or Thursday 16th September to ask questions / find out if this would be a good fit for you.

We will hold an information session via Zoom on Friday 17 September from 10-11am. We’ll record this session, caption & upload to YouTube so it’s available for anyone unable to attend.

If you would like to attend the session or if you’ve got any questions, please email jobs@independentartsprojects.com and someone will get back to you within a day or two. 


Producer (Sensory Arts) – 1 position available
Deadline: 12pm, Monday 27 September 2021
Interviews: Thursday 30 September 2021 (Zoom/Edinburgh)
To apply: Please read the job pack below for how to apply.
Queries: email jobs@independentartsprojects.com


Artist (Sensory Arts) – 6 roles
Deadline: 12pm, Monday 4 October 2021
Interviews: Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th October 2021 (Zoom/Edinburgh)
To apply: Please read the job description below for how to apply.
Queries: email jobs@independentartsprojects.com


Once you’ve submitted your application, please complete our Equalities Monitoring Form. You do not have to complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form. However, it is a useful tool for helping us to monitor the effectiveness of our recruitment process. In accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, the information you have provided will only be used for the purpose of equality monitoring.


IAP gratefully acknowledges support from Scottish Government and Creative Scotland through the Culture Collective programme. 

Independent Arts Projects is one of twenty-six organisations awarded funding by Creative Scotland as part of the Culture Collective national pilot programme, which will establish a network of creative practitioners, organisations and communities, working together to create a positive difference locally and nationally in response to COVID-19. 


A note for all applications: you should receive an auto reply when you send in your application to us. If you don’t receive this, try again or check with us within a day or two (and ideally before deadline) to make sure we’ve received your application. You won’t be penalised for sending your application a second time or checking in that it’s been received.


Image credit: Brian Hartley / Stillmotion, first day of Sound Symphony rehearsals