Arts Council England: Weston-super-Mare Funding Advice Surgeries

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LT Gallery

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Monday 17 June 2019
Opening Hours: Gallery opening hours Tues, Fri, Sat 10-4, Thurs 12-7 or by appointment
Booking essential
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If you are an individual or part of an organisation that has been considering delivering a creative project - this session will help you find out about how to apply for funding from the Arts Council.

This session will you give you an introduction to the Project Grants funding programme. There will be a short presentation to give an overview of the programme, the application process and the things you might need to think about when making an application.

This will be followed by the opportunity to ask Arts Council Relationship Manager questions relating to Project Grant funding.

  • 2pm Arrival
  • 2:15- 3:15 Presentation
  • 3:15-3:30 break
  • 3:30-4:00 Q&A

About Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants

Project Grants is the Arts Council’s open access programme for arts, museums and libraries funded by the National Lottery.

The fund is designed to support a wide variety of arts and culture related activities to engage people in England and help individual artists, and community and cultural organisations carry out their work.

Here is a useful link to Arts Council England's Project Grants pages to refresh your knowledge.

We strongly recommend you review this guidance prior to attending the workshop.

The day is FREE to attend but pre-booking required. No walk-ups will be permitted.


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