CAS Presents: 'How and when to apply for Arts Council Funding'
An opportunity for artists to get to grips with the latest changes in ACE Funding with advice and information on how to apply for the Arts Council England 'Artist Development Fund' and 'Lottery Funded Project Grants'. Event includes an interactive workshop on strengthening your applications.
When: Wednesday 23rd January, 7-9pmWhere: Andover Guildhall, Andover High Street, Andover Hampshire
This event is brought to you by ACE National Portfolio Organisation Chapel Arts Studios (CAS). There is a small fee for attendance. This will cover venue costs and help CAS provide refreshments as well as hold further events for artists like this one.
Why this talk: These two new funding channels have replaced the old Grants for The Arts system, and the 'Artist Development Fund' has been introduced to allows artists of all types to apply for funds for developing their practice in new directions (as opposed to developing projects with a strong audience emphasis).
Please register for this event for £5.00 to help us cover the cost of the venue
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Alternatively you can make a 'pay what you feel' donation when you register for this event.
Both CAS Associate Artists and carers for attendees with a disability can claim a free ticket.
Places are limited and in high demand.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Free Parking: any of the town centre carparks are within easy walking distance (2min-5min). Parking is free in the evenings.
Train: Andover Train station is a 15min walk from the venue. Train routes to Andover are either excellent or terribly round-about depending on your location - do check.
Carpool: why not carpool with other artists coming from your area? You can find other artists interested in attending by joining our #CASarthour chat on Twitter on Tuesday nights or posting in the Facebook Event listing for this event.
Is this venue accessible for people with disabilities?
The hall is on the first floor up a flight of stairs. Health and safety dictates that we need to have a Personal Evacuation Plan for every person who would need assistance exiting the building quickly in the unlikely event of fire. Please make us aware of any mobility issues and support needs before you book your ticket. Contact aW5mbyB8IGNoYXBlbGFydHNzdHVkaW9zICEgY28gISB1aw==
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