29 June, 2023
10am or 1pm
Free (booking essential)
The Stable Creative Hub,
3 - 6 Wadham Street,
An Introduction to the Arts Council’s National Lottery Project Grants
We are hosting Arts Council England’s Advice Giving Sessions in Weston-super-Mare for those interested in applying or are new to National Lottery Project Grants.
To include presentation, Q & A and in person 1-2-1’s with the Arts Council’s knowledgeable team, Ginny Graham and Rachel de Garang.
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.
The presentation (either afternoon or morning session) is aimed at those who are new to the Arts Council’s Project Grants and want to find out more about the application process. The 1-2-1 half hour sessions are an opportunity to discuss a particular project in mind in more detail with an Arts Council Relationship Manager.
There will also be some further information on the Art Council’s Developing Your Creative Practice programme.
This event is being hosted to encourage more applications from Weston-super-Mare, one of Art Council England’s Priority Places where they want to increase investment and engagement in arts, culture and creativity. They are particularly interested in hearing from those who are first time applicants and/or are working in or are based in Weston.
Information about the Project Grants guidance can also be found online here.
Date: Thursday 29 June 2023
Venue: The Stable Creative Hub, 3 – 6 Wadham Street, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 1JY. The sessions will be held in the Loft Room.
10am to 11am: Presentation and Q & A
11am to 12.30pm: 30 minute 1-2-1 sessions bookable in person on the day on a first come, first served basis.
1pm to 2pm: Presentation and Q & A
2pm to 4pm: 30 minute 1-2-1 sessions bookable in person on the day on a first come, first served basis.
Booking: Places for morning or afternoon sessions are bookable in advance at ticketsource (max 25 per presentation)
1-2-1 half hour sessions can be booked on the day, on a first come, first served basis.
There is a maximum of two people per organisation for a single 1-2-1 slot.
Morning and afternoon sessions are identical so please book onto the session that best suits your schedule.
When booking, please let us know if you have any access requirements (such as British Sign Language interpretation or level access). Once you have booked a spot, you will receive a confirmation email.
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