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Good Vibrations seek freelance music facilitators

Good Vibrations seek freelance music facilitators



Good Vibrations is looking for freelance facilitators to join its team, using communal music-making to support people with complex needs in challenging settings. Most well known for its use of Javanese gamelan music in prisons, the charity has partnered with 99 prisons, youth offender institutions, immigration removal centres, mental-health hospitals, and community partners since 2003 to […]

Fundraiser vacancy

Fundraiser vacancy



National charity Good Vibrations is seeking an experienced Grants and Trusts Fundraiser [£28,000 – £31,000, part-time, flexible] to join the team. Good Vibrations uses communal music-making to support people with complex needs in challenging settings to develop transferable life and work skills. The charity is most well-known for its use of gamelan music in prisons. The […]

Special arts edition of Prison Service Journal

Special arts edition of Prison Service Journal



The latest issue of the HM Prison Service’s peer review journal is a special edition that focuses on The Arts in Prison. Edited by Dr Michael Fiddler and National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance steering group member Alli Black, the 239th edition of the Prison Service Journal contains 10 articles and evaluations that show “a partial snapshot […]

More good vibes

More good vibes



Good Vibrations is campaigning to bring ‘more good vibes’ to its past participants. The communal music making charity, which supports people in challenging circumstances with additional needs, has developed a Beyond Performance project for people who have taken part in a Good Vibrations course and want to further develop their skills as musicians. The Beyond Performance course runs from 10th – 14th September […]