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 […]
Funding - a-n The Artists Information Company
This is a key role in the development and implementation of Artcore’s fundraising strategy that aims to build a sustainable and diverse funding base for Artcore. The role will work with the senior management team to support the development of Artcore.
Funding event to demystify fundraising, looking at ACE, Trusts and Grants, Crowdfunding, Online funding sources. Aimed at Artists, Creatives, Collectives who have yet to have a successful funding bid.
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 […]
The Social Making (optional) symposium dinner will take the format of a SOUP event, also held at Devonport Guildhall. SOUP is a powerful tool to start conversations, practice democracy and fund new projects, people, and ideas. Social Making SOUP, supported […]
Museums Association report focusing on funding, collections and the future relevance of the sector.
I find myself in a rather unusual yet advantageous position of having all of my fragrance based endeavours for the next 12 months secured. The only anomaly to this is ‘Scents of our Time’ – which I’d like to trial […]
It wasn’t on my a-n project proposal, in fact it’s out of the blue, but the current editor of Printmaking Today, Leonie Bradley invites me to speak at Cork Printmakers‘ symposium about the periodical from a reader’s perspective. The symposium […]
DCMS directly funds 15 museums and the British Library. This review looks at the “functions, forms, effectiveness, efficiency and accountability” within these institutions.
Review in response to the Government’s Culture White Paper in 2016. Visual arts museums are represented, along with sculpture parks.
So all of this has been happening… and this… and then I had a tidy up and a re-assessment of the situation and decided just to carry on. Meanwhile, good news arrived! First, my Pink Spread (a case of mistaken […]
The exploration of scent in art is seldom practised by artists and, as a result, isn’t particularly acknowledged by arts venues, organisations or funding bodies. As such it comes with a unique problem – how do you make scent in […]
Sadly my time in the printmaking workshops at the University of Brighton has come to an end for now but I hope that more options for later in the year may line up elsewhere. It has been a great opportunity […]
Venue:Ashcroft Arts Centre,
Date:January 25, 2018 at 10:00 AM
Location:South East England
(Originally posted April 2017)
A data-set produced by the National Campaign for the Arts examining funding and other factors relating to the “health” of the arts in England.
The new £750,000 funding and training programme from the Garfield Weston Foundation and Art Fund will help regional and smaller local authority museums to exhibit works from the UK’s national museums and galleries.
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.
Do you think art galleries who receive funding form ACE should support everyone? When galleries talk about DIVERSITY and ticking that box when supporting artists what do they actually mean? Do they really support British Indian Artists, living and working in the UK ? […]
This year has been wonderful for personal development, business progress with BloomInArt, funding applications, collaborations and involvement within the local community. I struggle to blog but I have attached a few images to visually tell the story of my development […]
Following the success of a campaign against cuts to the city’s arts budget, the biennial Cardiff festival returns with a 31-day programme of exhibitions and events.
On our way back home we stayed one more night in Helsinki that gave me a chance to catch up with my artist mother friend Anna Puhakka and a research visit to HIAP Helsinki International Arts Programme located on […]
AUDIOBLOG – Please click here ….in another world…. I’ve been working on an Arts Council application supporting a friend in her quest to fund an amazing music project for young people with visual impairments. It is a stonker, […]
There’s a section in the ACE funding application form in which they ask what our project audience figures will be. Of course its hard to be 100% sure, you can only guess. Yesterday though, I had an email off the […]