Tagged with Heritage

Opportunity: Fun Palaces 2019

Fun Palaces is an ongoing campaign for cultural democracy, with an annual weekend of action every October. The campaign promotes culture at the heart of community and community at the heart of culture. The weekend of action uses the combination of arts, craft, science, tech, digital, heritage and sports activities, led by local people for … Continue reading

Training/Networking: Why should we celebrate age through arts and heritage? A skills and development day for artists and those working alongside older people

Training/Networking: Why should we celebrate age through arts and heritage? A skills and development day for artists and those working alongside older people

Why Should we celebrate Age through arts and heritage? A skills and development day for artists and those working alongside older people Date: 21 June 2019 Times: 10.00am – 4.00pm Venue: Wiltshire Music Centre To date, the Celebrating Age Wiltshire (CAW) project has touched the lives of over 3,000 participants in the county, through the hard work of … Continue reading

Funding: NCS Conservation Grants Fund

The National Conservation Service (NCS) has announced the launch of the NCS Conservation Grants Fund. The Fund is made possible by the annual corporate donations of our Business Member Partners, currently Jamie Briggs Removals Ltd and Arcade-UK Ltd, plus a single donation from the Dyson Trust. The Fund is intended to offer small grants (typically … Continue reading

Survey: Tailored Review of Historic England

DCMS is conducting a Tailored Review of Historic England and is seeking the views of people who work, or have an interest, in the heritage sector across the United Kingdom, including those who receive advice from Historic England and those who have applied for grant funding from Historic England. More details and complete the online … Continue reading

Guest blog: Erlestoke Unearthed

Guest blog: Erlestoke Unearthed

“Miss, why are you here? Why are you bothering with us?” Half way through our project and one participant can’t get his head around the fact that a couple of historians, a theatre maker and a facilitator chose to come into a prison to work with a group of men on an archaeology and identity … Continue reading

Funding: Wiltshire and Swindon Cultural Education Partnership – open fund for schools

Funding: Wiltshire and Swindon Cultural Education Partnership – open fund for schools

Open Fund announcement from Wiltshire and Swindon Cultural Education Partnership (WSCEP): This is a funding opportunity for Wiltshire and Swindon schools to develop exciting and vibrant cultural education activity. This is a chance for schools to develop the curriculum and address mental health and well-being. The WSCEP aims to improve educational, cultural and social outcomes for … Continue reading