As part of our commitment to supporting artists and arts organisers, we are offering bursaries of between £500 to £1,500 to provide immediate support to visual artists and freelancers working in the visual arts who need it most in light of the changing plans due to the spread of the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
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As part of our commitment to supporting artists, we are offering bursaries of between £500 to £1,500 for continued professional practice.
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Working with specialist brokers Hencilla Canworth, a-n has developed a range of insurances including professional indemnity and public liability for Artist and Arts organiser members based in UK.
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For artists and freelancers in Northern Ireland in partnership with a-n The Artists Information Company. The Freelands Foundation Emergency Fund is supported by the Freelands Foundation, as part of a landmark commitment of £3m towards emergency funds for artists and freelance creative practitioners across the UK affected by the Covid-19 crisis. Funds will be available for Northern Ireland based practitioners.
a-n The Artists Information Company is offering bursaries of £500 – £1,500 to help support those whose livelihoods have been impacted by Coronavirus Covid-19. We’re bringing the application process forward for the next round of a-n Bursaries, and also working with Arts Council England to distribute £300,000 of financial support as part of the programme.
Time Space Money is an emergency response fund to support artists and arts organisers to enable them to continue their professional practice at this critical time.
We encourage applications from artists working in all visual arts disciplines that reflect innovative and ambitious thinking, and arts organisers such as art handlers, technicians, art installers, conservators and restorers, and those who work with artists in the production of their work and exhibitions.
Deadline for applications: 12 noon, Thursday 7th May 2020.
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Open for applications from artists and arts organisers who work in a self-employed capacity to support the production of exhibitions and art work and who have lost work due to Coronavirus Covid-19, this £300,000 fund has been made available by Arts Council England and is distributed by a-n.
Jayne Knight, Chair of a-n and Julie Lomax, CEO are leading the search for 4 new Board members to support the governance of the organisation.
THE DEADLINE FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY HAS NOW PASSED. Who can apply: Current a-n Artist, Joint (Artist and Arts Organiser) and Student members What: a-n 40th Anniversary Logo Call Out Deadline: 12 noon, Monday 23 March 2020 a-n The Artists Information Company […]
a-n Board determines policy and sets the strategic direction of the organisation. Board members play an active role representing a-n externally as well as monitoring the organisation against its agreed objectives and targets. Board members typically serve a three-year term and meet a minimum of four times a year. Making an invaluable contribution to a-n, they ensure effective governance for the company and its business.
As part of our commitment to supporting artists, we are offering 50+ bursaries of between £500 – £1,500 for self-directed professional development. APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS NOW PASSED.
Artists Council is an advisory group to the Board and Executive of a-n The Artists Information Company. Artists Council launched the Paying Artists campaign in 2014 helping put the issues that matter most to artists in the public eye.
Artists Council meets four times each year and in 2019-2022 will focus on Leadership, Advocacy and Artist Livelihoods.