Tagged with Libraries

Funding: Foyle Foundation Schools Library Programme

Funding: Foyle Foundation Schools Library Programme

State funded schools as well as dedicated schools that do not have or want to improve their libraries can apply for funding through the Foyle Foundation Schools Library Programme. Priority will be given to primary schools and to funding library books. The Foundation will also consider contributions towards e-readers, library software, necessary IT equipment and … Continue reading

Opportunity: Writer in Residence for Dorset Libraries, The Arts Development Company

Dorset Library Service, in partnership with The Arts Development Company is delivering a new programme of arts development in two Dorset libraries.  The programme is called Libraries as Cultural Hubs and has received funding from Arts Council England and The National Lottery. We are seeking experienced and socially engaged professional writers who can offer exciting and … Continue reading

Job: Creative Producer, Libraries Unlimited (temporary)

Libraries Unlimited is an independent staff and community owned charity, launched in April 2016. We run 54 libraries across Devon and Torbay, four mobile libraries and a range of other services including; two FabLabs, two Business and Intellectual Property Centres and three prison libraries. Our libraries serve communities across Devon and Torbay, providing access to … Continue reading

Resource: Arts Council England: The Conversation

Resource: Arts Council England: The Conversation

Arts Council England (ACE) invited everyone and a wide and diverse range of people and organisations to give their views on the future of arts and culture in England over the next ten years. They have now published a report “Arts Council England: The Conversation” which will feed into the ACE new strategy. This will set out their … Continue reading

Funding:  Literature Works Annual Fund 2018

Funding: Literature Works Annual Fund 2018

Literature Works are pleased to announce that their Annual Fund is open for applications for 2018. The health and social benefits of engaging with reading and creative writing are proven. For some, access to literature is obvious and easy; for others the benefit remains harder to reach, behind barriers of low income, language, location and social … Continue reading