Tuesday 27 April, 6-7:30pm & Thursday 29 April, 6-7:30pm
We’re pleased to offer our next online workshop to support artists & groups who are planning an application to Arts Council England’s National Lottery Projects Grants under £15k funding programme. Split over two evenings, Mark Devereux will share his extensive knowledge and experience building and writing successful applications over the last 12-years.
As one of the core funders of arts projects in the UK, Arts Council England grants can unlock and create important opportunities to help you realise ambitious projects and artworks. The online workshops (via Zoom) will take an in-depth look at the funders’ requirements and application process for the NLPG under £15k programme. Mark will dissect the questions – what they mean, the detail the assessors are looking for and give examples of the type of planning required to give the best opportunity for success.
This workshop is independent from Arts Council England, sharing the knowledge and experience Mark Devereux has built from previous successful grant applications.
Participants will be sent a Zoom link and password 24-hours prior to the first workshop.
Both workshops will include an Otter.ai live transcription link, with full transcriptions shared with the participants following the second workshop. The sessions will also be recorded and shared via a Vimeo video link. The videos will be available to re-watch for 1-month.
Cost & booking
£35 + fees | Book your place now by clicking the image or link below:
* In addition to this workshop, we can offer tailored one-to-one advice sessions and a service to read, edit and comment on your draft application. For further information about these additional opportunities and costs please contact us.
Session 1 (Tuesday 27 April): Introduction to Arts Council England funding, Let’s Create Strategy & first part of the application process.
Session 2 (Thursday 29 April): Continuation of application process + Q & A
National Lottery Project Grants supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations. Until 31 August 2021, the fund will focus on the needs of smaller independent organisations and individual practitioners. Find out more about Arts Council England’s National Lottery Projects Grants programme at: www.artscouncil.org.uk/projectgrants
For further information and questions about the workshop, please contact Mark at [email protected]