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Opportunity: Call out for artists to join MOS for 2020 and a bursary competition for new or emerging artists

Marlborough Open Studios (MOS) are open to applications for new artists for 2020. Open Studios is a friendly group, welcoming practising artists and makers to exhibit from their studios or workshops or pop-up galleries within our catchment area, subject to a successful (free) application. The catchment area is from Calne to Hungerford and from Devizes … Continue reading

Conference: Wiltshire Community Foundation Funding Conference

Conference: Wiltshire Community Foundation Funding Conference

Wiltshire Community Foundation are pleased to announce our funding conference will take place on Wednesday 9 October 2019; the theme of this year’s conference is building connections. Hear from national funders including The National Lottery Community Fund, Groundwork UK, Zurich Community Trust on their priorities, grant programmes and application processes. Additionally, there will be sessions … Continue reading

Funding: Simon Relph Memorial Bursary

Simon Relph was a distinguished producer and enthusiastic supporter of new filmmakers and new voices. As Chairman of BAFTA he was a passionate advocate of the academy and his passion was critical to the profile and growth of independent British cinema. He opened many doors and worked tirelessly to create the necessary infrastructure to support new … Continue reading

Funding: Youth Music

Funding: Youth Music

  Youth Music’s grants programme provides funding for music-making projects in England. It is made up of three separate funds: Fund A offers small grants (£2,000 to £30,000) for high quality music-making projects and involves a simple application process. Deadline: 5pm, 6 December 2019. Fund B offers medium-sized grants (30,001 – £150,000 per year for up … Continue reading

Funding: D M Thomas Foundation for Young People

The central grants programme supports projects that are aimed at children and young people in need, in particular those that involve disabled children, children in hospitals, homelessness and life limited children. There is no limit to the amount you can request, although they will generally not award more than £30,000 a year. You can apply for up … Continue reading

Training: The National Arts Fundraising School

Finding funding is tough and is becoming more challenging. The National Arts Fundraising School takes individuals and their organisations to previously undreamt levels of fundraising in just 6 intensive, focused days. The next School is running 10 – 15 November 2019 in East Sussex More details online.

Funding: The Backstage Trust

Funding for feasibility studies in England and Wales for capital projects, advice on fundraising and developing a case for support, advice and information to help with the professional development of small to medium sized arts organisations, and helps arts groups working with disadvantaged children and young people. Applications may be made at any time. Source … Continue reading