The Access Fund opens next week! Ahead of that we’re going to give a bit of detail on what to expect from the key questions, and why they’re important to any funding application. Continue reading
If you’re an Arts Award adviser in England working with young people who struggle with access and inclusion issues, why not apply for an Access Fund grant to support the delivery of your Arts Award project with them?
We had a really fruitful second round of the Access Fund this year and received an excellent number of applications detailing some really exciting Arts Award projects with young people for whom access and inclusion is an issue.
Big congratulations to the 39 Arts Award centres whose applications were successful in round two – many of whom are already starting to deliver their projects with young people all across the country.
Are you an adviser in England working with young people who may struggle to access Arts Award due to their personal circumstances?
If so and you’re looking to pilot, embed or develop Arts Award with these young people then you’re eligible to apply for a grant of between £100 and £1,500 through the Access Fund.
Applications are open now via the Arts Award website and close at 5pm on Friday 21 October.
What came first – the chicken or the egg?
That age old debate can easily be applied to when we have projects which we want to work alongside Arts Award. Whether within pre-existing programmes at the arts organisation or when developing new programmes there are two questions to consider:
Do we make the project fit Arts Award?
DO we fit Arts Award around the project? Continue reading
The closing date for Access Fund applications is this coming Friday, 4 March! If you haven’t submitted yours yet here’s a reminder to get your applications in. Continue reading
The Access Fund is now open for new applications! It’s a great opportunity for any Arts Award centres in England delivering the award to young people with access and inclusion issues to apply for funding to support their work.
In this week’s blog we’re going to explain what Access Fund is, who it is for, and offer some tips for anybody interested in applying! Continue reading
Every December it’s natural that people will reflect on the year passed while looking forward to what’s coming up in the next 12 months. So that’s exactly what we’re doing! What happened with Arts Award in 2015? What’s coming up in 2016?