28 February, 2024
13 Central Walk,
Weston Super Mare,
An introduction to National Lottery Project Grants – Weston-super-Mare
This event is an opportunity to learn more about the National Lottery Project Grants application process and guidance with Rachel de Garang and Kate Offord, Relationship Managers at Arts Council England.
The presentation and Q&A will take place between 6pm and 7.30pm followed by 1-2-1 sessions bookable on the day on a first come first served basis.
Please note: There is a maximum of two people per organisation for a single 1-2-1 slot.
Arts Council England are hosting this event to encourage more applications from those who are new/first time applicants to their open access grants.
The event is an opportunity to learn more about the Arts Council’s open access funding scheme, National Lottery Project Grants – what it funds, how to apply and what happens to your application.
Teas, coffee, soft drinks as well as snacks will be available to purchase at the venue.
Presentation and Q&A
6pm to 7.30pm
During the presentation you’ll learn more about:
Arts Council England’sopen access funding scheme, National Lottery Project Grants: what it funds, how to apply, and what happens to your application.
Some further information on their Developing Your Creative Practice (DYCP) programme
Following a presentation, there will be time for a brief Q&A with a Relationship Manager. Information about the Project Grants guidance can also be found online here.
1 21 Sessions with RMs
Bookable on the day after the presentation, for individuals/organisations looking to share their project with ACE Relationship Managers. Spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Please note that this is maximum two people per organisation for a single slot.
There is an NCP Car Park within 100 yards on Carlton Street – Carlton Street NCP
There is also free parking 2 mins walk away on Ellenborough Park Road and the surrounding area.
Front Room is fully accessible with accessible toilets available as well as no steps or raised flooring.
When booking, please let us know if you have any access requirements (such as British Sign Language interpretation or level access) by contacting Rachel.email@example.com by Wednesday 21 February 2024. Once you have booked a spot, you will receive a confirmation email.
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Banner Image Credit: Studio Wayne McGregor & students from Weston College perform a dance response to Luke Jerram’s In Memoriam. Photo © Finnbarr Webster