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Radcliffe Trust grants for classical music

Deadline: 31 January 2015
The Radcliffe Trust supports classical music performance and training – in particular chamber music, composition and music education.
Within music education, they are especially interested in music for children and adults with special needs, youth orchestras and projects at secondary and higher levels, including academic research.
Applicants must be a registered charity or an […]

Clore Poetry and Literature Award

The Clore Poetry and Literature Awards fund poetry and literature initiatives for children and young people, under the age of 19, across the UK.
Scheme details The Awards are worth a total of £1m over five years, 2011 to 2015, with individual awards ranging from £1,000 to £10,000. The […]

Britten Pears Foundation – New Music Commissions

Each year the BPF supports a small number of applications for funding for the commissioning of new music of the highest artistic quality.
Scheme details A limited number of commission fees will be supported, with individual awards not likely to be more than £5,000. Grants will be awarded for the commissioning of substantial works. The […]

Fáilte Ireland – Festival and Cultural Events Initiative

Festivals and Events have been identified as being an important component of the Irish tourism product offering. Festivals provide opportunities to showcase culture, people and places, thereby greatly improving the visitor experience of Ireland. They also help improve the distribution of tourism revenue around the country. Consequently, Fáilte Ireland provides considerable support to […]

Music Network – Music Capital Scheme

The Music Network Music Capital Scheme is designed to provide support for the purchase of musical instruments, and respond to a broad range of capital needs within the music sector in Ireland. The Music Capital Scheme 2014 is funded by the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. Each stream (see below) is designed to respond […]

David Manley Awards – (Arts and Social Entrepreneurs)

The David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Award honours the enterprising spirit across the spectrum of the Arts, Business and Social sectors. The Award is in its ninth year and continues to go from strength to strength.  It was established by a group of David Manley’s friends in the Dublin Chamber of Commerce to honour […]

Broadcasting Authority of Ireland – Sound & Music II Scheme

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) was established on October 1st 2009, as an independent regulator for radio and television broadcasters in Ireland. The BAI has a range of objectives and functions. In carrying out its functions, the BAI must make sure that its approach to regulation is proportionate and takes into account […]

Coleraine Borough Arts Committee – Assistance for Artists

Artists and arts-related groups in the Coleraine Borough area should be aware that funding support is available for their projects in the shape of Coleraine Borough Arts Committee.
The committee is inviting applications from artists in the borough at three points in the year ahead, and the next deadline is on November […]

The Acorn Giving Circle Opens Its Second Call For Applications

The Acorn Giving Circle Opens Its Second Call For Applications The Acorn Giving Circle (AGC) has opened its second call for applications to provide small grants of up to £500 to local groups that work with, or support, children and young people under the age of 16 years in the Derry City Council area.
The Acorn Giving Circle is entirely funded by a group of local female philanthropists […]

Glasgow City Centre Mural Fund

Glasgow City Centre Mural Fund The City Centre Mural Fund offers support towards the cost of creating and delivering new and inspiring installations in prominent Glasgow city centre locations.
Aimed at improving the image of buildings, gable ends or sites across the city centre, the work will help to enhance the look of the area, and add to the experience of […]
Voluntary Arts is the operating name of The Voluntary Arts Network (VAN) which is registered in Scotland as Company No. 139147 and Charity No. SC020345. Registered Office: 54 Manor Place, Edinburgh EH3 7EH, Scotland, UK.