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Arts & Business NI Investment Programme

Arts & Business NI promotes, develops and sustains mutually beneficial partnerships between business and the arts.
The Investment programme is an open application scheme designed to support businesses and the arts organisations they sponsor to try something new, or to broaden and deepen an existing partnership.

 A&B NI are keen to encourage inspirational, sustainable partnerships between […]

Arts Council – Local Authority Grant

The Arts Council is the national agency for funding, developing and promoting the arts in Ireland. The Council recognises that the arts have a central and distinctive contribution to make to society.
The purpose of the Local Authority Grant is to support the ongoing programme and strategic actions of the local authority arts services in developing […]

EMI Sound Music Instrument and Equipment Awards

EMI Music Sound Foundation is an independent music education charity, established in 1997 to celebrate the centenary of EMI Records and to improve young peoples’ access to music education in the UK & Ireland.
Scheme details The EMI Music Sound Foundation provides two types of awards: Firstly, the Instrument and/or Equipment awards which allows schools, music teachers […]

Steve Reid InNOVAtion Award

The new partnership between the Steve Reid Foundation and PRS for Music Foundation provides an opportunity for emerging artists that make outstanding music to receive support in the form of a grant of up to £1,500 to assist them with their creative goals and mentoring from an experienced, successful working artist.
Scheme details The scheme is open […]

Honeycomb invites applications to the Create and Captivate Awards

CREATE AWARD
The Create Award is targeted at existing ideas/projects that require additional support to take them to the next level (Proof of Concept). Create is designed to help digital content freelancers/companies to further establish the commercial potential of a concept and more fully develop and test their ideas. Eligible projects will have funding requirements […]

Clubs for Young People Do Something Project

Do Something is a social action project offering groups of young people support and a bursary of up to £250 to do something positive for their community.
Scheme details Do Something is a youth led project offering young people support and a bursary of up to £250. Clubs for […]

BBC Performing Arts Fund: Community Theatre

From a youth theatre project in Coleraine, to a site specific performance in Norwich, the Community Theatre scheme aims to support the development of not for profit community theatre groups the length and breadth of the UK.
Scheme details Grants awarded through this scheme will allow groups to carry […]

Dun Laoghaire Council – Arts Grants

Arts Grants are for the purpose of providing financial assistance to individual artists, arts groups/ organisations, and older persons/ youth groups engaged in arts projects/ events at local or county level.
1. Professional Artists / Art Development Grants Grants are also available to support the professional development and arts practice of individual artists, […]

The Simon Cumbers Media Challenge

The aim of the Simon Cumbers Media Fund is to assist and promote more and better quality media coverage of development issues in the Irish media.  Two rounds of funding are allocated every year: one in summer, and one in winter. 
Eligibility Media organisations, media professionals or media students can apply for funding. Applications for print […]

Northern Ireland Screen – Ulster Scots Broadcast Fund – second call for applications

Northern Ireland Screen is pleased to announce the second call in 2014/15 (twelfth call overall) for the Ulster-Scots Broadcast Fund. The closing date for the call is 5pm on Monday 17th November 2014.
Please note that the funding of television programmes by the Ulster-Scots Broadcast Fund is dependent on a broadcaster having indicated that it wishes […]
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.