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Funding - a-n The Artists Information Company
Applications for funding to develop a Contemporary Artists’ Network
A short explanation of feeling visible..
Hen Norton explores the use of fundraising platforms online and offers her top ten tips to help you build a sustainable creative business or project, and reach a wider and more engaged network of supporters through crowdfunding.
I ran my crowdfunding campaign (to help with foundry costs to cast my sculpture in bronze) with nothing but preliminary drawings, maquettes and digital visualisations of the piece in situ. Bearing in mind that in the past my art has […]
How on earth does art get funded…
Mental Wellbeing Arts Publication ‘Dwell Time’ Receives Rail Industry Funding The team behind the new arts publication reflecting on mental wellbeing ‘Dwell Time’ are thrilled to be the recipients of funding from regional network rail providers and the national community […]
Venue:God's House Tower
Date:October 04, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Location:South West England
Date:October 30, 2019 at 10:00 AM
This week’s selection includes exhibitions and events in London, Norfolk, Sussex and Venice – all taken from our busy Events section featuring shows and events posted by a-n members.
From:August 19, 2019
To:August 20, 2019
Artist Jane Simpson, who runs Swansea gallery GS Artists, describes the challenge of maintaining relevance as an artist-led initiative and her optimism for the future. In a video interview recorded at a-n’s Assembly Swansea event in May 2019, which was programmed in collaboration with Simpson and explored the difficulties and advantages of running artist-led projects in the city.
Hi, I am looking for funding for transporting 2 sculptures to China for an exhibition. Any ideas were I should be looking?
We were at Sheffield Railway Station with our partner Penistone Line Partnership on Wednesday 15th May for Community Rail in the City 2019 The event was promoting the work of the local community rail partnerships and we had some copies […]
Today’s coffee break musing has got me thinking about ‘Value In Kind’. While drafting a humungous document to support a funding application, I listed in great detail the huge amount of work that I will be doing to create an […]
The subject line of the e-mail reads “Information only: Grant closure Project Name: Once in a Universe”; so that’s it then. All done. Except it feels far from all done. The year long project ended with a two week residency […]
Absolutely delighted to announce we’ve been awarded ACORP & Penistone Line Partnership funding to print Dwell Time! The funding will enable us to print and distribute the newspaper with a launch event in March 2019, plus print selected contributions onto […]
£1.2m site, which opened in 2015 and featured more than 40 studios, a café bar, a shop and a gallery, has closed due to financial issues.
Other News In Brief: Arts Council England may extend Artsmark award to include early years sector, incorporating professional development and networking opportunities; former Tate Modern head Chris Dercon to head up the Grand Palais, Paris.
I’m delighted to announce that I’ve been awarded a micro grant from 509 Arts Transitions programme funded by Community Foundation for Calderdale to support my upcoming show at Brighouse Library – a conclusion to my artist residency at Brighouse Recycling […]
After three years of trying, I have eventually managed to fill in and submit an Arts Council funding application, the DYCP, not the big one! Although I know my chances of success are minimal, getting to the end of the […]
The collaboration between Arts and Humanities Research Council, Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England will explore the difference made by the arts and culture, encouraging organisations to use its evidence in their work.
I remembered why I don’t usually apply for arts funding: it’s far too stressful. Last time I wrote a funding application was when Contents May Vary did a group show called Under Maintenance at Manchester Victoria Baths in 2007. We […]
As a carer, it’s hard to take time out of the constant form filling, bureaucracy, mind melting stress of the health and social care crisis, but one thing I have been fortunate to achieve is respite funding to visit family. […]
Whilst we have been receiving a steady stream of submissions, many from Curatorspace, which we upload directly to the blog, we have been busy behind the scenes in meetings. These have been planning and funding meetings mainly. We’re applying for […]