1-2-1 Arts Council Project Grant Funding Surgeries
July 30 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
In March this year, the Grants for the Arts fund became Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants.
At this event you can book a 15 minute one-to-one advice session here to talk through your plans and understand the scoring process with Arts Council England’s Engagement & Audiences Relationship Manager – South East, Dulcie Alexander.
Dulcie can talk through bids that are already in development for all art forms whether you’re an individual artist/s or an organisation.
How to book your session
We only have 8 slots available at the following times:
- 1st: 2pm-2.15pm
- 2nd: 2.15pm-2.30pm
- 3rd: 2.30pm-2.45pm
- 4th: 2.45pm-3pm
- 5th: 3pm-3.15pm
- 6th: 3.15pm-3.30pm
- 7th: 3.30pm-3.45pm
- 8th: 3.45pm-4pm
If you like to find out more about the funding strand more informally we have a Project Grants Overview session on Wednesday 11th July, or you can visit the Project Grants website and find out more about how you can apply for funding, including Project Grants.
About Project Grants
Project Grants is the new open access programme for arts and museum projects, and for arts projects in and with libraries.
This new fund continues to support thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations. Everything that was eligible for Grants for the Arts is still eligible under Project Grants.
Arts Council increased the budget for Project Grants, with £97.3 million available each year for museums, libraries, artists and arts organisations.
Project Grants will also be more open to supporting those working in creative and digital media than the existing Grants for the Arts.