Developing Your Creative Practice application workshop
Wednesday 27 January, 6.00pm-7.30pm
(60 mins information session, followed by 30 minute Q&A)
In this online session, Producer Laura Brewis will talk you through Arts Council England’s (ACE) Developing Your Creative Practice application form. Over the course of the workshop, Laura will share her advice on what information to include, how to structure your answers and how to make your application stand out, working through each of the main sections of the form.
This session is for anyone who is considering applying for Arts Council Developing Your Creative Practice Grant or who has applied but without success. It will work best if you have a project in mind, but can also be accessed as an introduction to the application process.
We would recommend that if you are intending on applying you set up a Grantium (the online portal used by ACE) profile in advance of the workshop so that you can familiarise yourself with the form in advance. More information on how to do this can be found here: https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/welcome-grantium#section-1. Please note, it can take up to 14 days to have your profile activated.
Register your interest for the workshop, by clicking here.
We will confirm your place and details of the sessions via. email. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
If you have any questions about the event or would like to discuss access needs, please email [email protected].
Due to our funding conditions, this workshop is only available to individual creative practitioners who live, work or study in Sunderland or creative/ heritage organisations and creative businesses who are based in Sunderland.
This workshop is offered as part of the Unlock the City programme which supports the development of artists and creative businesses in Sunderland. Unlock the City is delivered in partnership by Sunderland Culture, Sunderland City Council, Digital Catapult, North East BIC and Sunderland BME Network, with funding from Arts Council England and the National Lottery Heritage Fund through the Great Place Programme, and Coastal Communities Fund