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    Developing your idea for arts council project grants, for community and voluntary groups with GemArts 

    April 27 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Free

    Funding advice for Creatives and Curious Minds – hosted by Metal

    If you run a voluntary or community group and you’re wondering whether Arts Council Funding could support your activity, this workshop is for you. Join us and art organisation GemArts for an ideas development workshop. We’ll talk through the best ways to frame your project within the Arts Council funding guidance and give you some helpful tips and tricks to develop your idea ready to write an application for your organisation or group.

    This session will be an introduction to getting ready to apply for Arts Council Project Grants from an organisation who have successfully received funding.  This is part of a series of workshops and open advice sessions that Metal has been working on with Arts Council England (ACE).

    The hosted talks and open advice sessions are about how artists, community and voluntary groups can apply for a Project Grant to fund their work. ACE are particularly keen to fund more people from the Peterborough and Fenland area and want to support them in applying.

    There will be a chance to ask questions over some light refreshments and food.

    About GemArts: GemArts is a dynamic arts development organisation they profile and programme new and exciting culturally diverse arts, by creating and developing high quality concerts, events, festivals, workshops and commissions with regional, national and international artists across all art forms.

    GemArts are committed to delivering an ambitious and culturally eclectic programme of work, and constantly strive to produce work of the highest artistic quality, including providing a platform for artists of international significance, from the UK and abroad, to present their work to audiences in the North East region and beyond; they’re also committed to excellence in their participatory arts practice, particularly supporting artists working in the diversity sector, and specialise in delivering high quality arts based projects with schools and community groups across all age ranges, to provide an educational and enjoyable learning experience and to promote a greater understanding of people and their respective cultures.

    About Arts Council England Project Grants: Project Grants can support individual practitioners, communities and cultural organisations with projects that focus on: Combined Arts including festivals and carnivals, Dance, Libraries, Literature, Museums, Music, Theatre or Visual Arts.

    The funding comes from the National Lottery. Grants usually range from £1,000 to £100,000. Project Grants is always open, so you can apply at any time. You can choose whether you would like to apply for up to £30,000 or over £30,000 for your project. When the Arts Council say ‘project’, they mean a series of activities or a piece of work. Your project will have a start and an end date, and a set of measurable aims that you’d like to achieve in that time. Learn more here.

    Let us know you’re coming by clicking , emailing info@metalculture.com, or calling 01733 893 077.

    Image credit: GemArts

    Details

    Date:
    April 27
    Time:
    11:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Cost:
    Free
    Website:
    https://bit.ly/3IC6BfI

    Organizer

    Metal Peterborough

    Venue

    South Grove Community Cntre
    Grove Street
    Peterborough, PE2 9AG United Kingdom
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