Who can apply: Artists and Arts Organisers who work in a self-employed capacity to support the production of exhibitions and art work.
What: £300,000 of financial support.
Applications open: to be announced soon.
Deadline for applications: to be confirmed.
- a-n is distributing £300,000 of Arts Council England funding to 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.
Application is open to (but is not limited to) self-employed art handlers, technicians, art installers, conservators and restorers, and those who help other artists in the production of their work. Applicants for this funding must be based in England. Full details of the application process will be announced soon.
- Alongside this, we’re bringing the application process forward for our next round of a-n Artist Bursaries to help support UK-wide a-n Artist members whose livelihoods have been impacted by Coronavirus Covid-19. We’ll be announcing the application process for a-n Artist Bursaries: Time Space Money soon.
- Artists, creative practitioners and freelancers can also apply direct to Arts Council England’s own programme of financial support. Grants of up to £2,500 are available to those who have a track record in publicly funded culture.