Ashcroft Arts Centre,
Thursday, January 25, 2018
10:00 AM
Osborn Rd, Fareham PO16 7DR
South East England
Live Art Local CIC

Join us 25th January 2018 for “For Love and Money”, a new conference aimed at enabling artists and organisations to fund their projects and build stronger and more resilient networks, supported by *Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy.  Our partners for this event are Visual Arts South West, Be Smart About Art, Making Space and A-N.
Ashcroft Arts Centre (HCT) are venue partners of “For Love and Money”  and the entire event will take place at Ashcroft Arts Centre in Fareham Hampshire, the location is easily accessible by train, bus and car and there are plentiful hotels and b&bs in the nearby area.

This one-day event takes place entirely within the centre and will run from 10 am –  7 pm with lunch provided.    With registration from 9:45 am.
Lunch will be provided by Live Art Local CIC.

Everyone attending the event will receive an information pack on the day and we will continue to work with delegates who wish to create a larger network of artists and organisations in their area and beyond; including launching Action Learning Sets and more.

We will be regularly updating our site with information.

Tickets are priced between £5-£30 (£20 until 30th September) and are on sale now.  There are a limited number of bursaries for those who would be unable to attend otherwise.  If you would like to enquire about a bursary please email [email protected] in the first instance.
Please visit for more information and to book tickets 

Sticks Contemporary Affiliate Artists can attend for the reduced price of only £5 per ticket and should book their tickets via the affiliate artists website

  • Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy is England’s national arts and cultural fundraising programme and is backed by Arts Council England.  It is dedicated to transforming our sector’s knowledge, skills and success in fundraising,  Live Art Local CIC was one of nine organisations chosen by AFP in April to be supported to create better networks with a focus on helping those in the arts become more sustainable and connected and improve sector resilience