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This is an online event
A webinar for people and organisations who specialise in Visual Arts to learn about Arts Council England's National Lottery Project Grants.

About this event
Arts Council England gives funding to support creativity and culture across England.
National Lottery Project Grants  is a fund for creative individuals and organisations in England who want funding for a project. It is open to everyone and you can apply at any time. These grants usually range from £1,000 to £100,000.

This free webinar is for creative people and organisations who specialise in Visual Arts.

LGBTQIA+, disabled, Lower socio-economic, and Black, Asian and ethnically diverse people are underfunded in National Lottery Project Grant funding and as such, some spaces are ringfenced for these applicants.

Led by Relationship Managers from the London Visual Arts team, Tijan Sallah and Laura McFarlane, this 45-minute presentation will take you through the process of applying for National Lottery Project Grants followed by a 15-minute question and answer session. Following this, if your project is in London or you are based in London you will be able to book a 1-to-1 advice meeting with a Relationship Manager subject to demand. At times of high demand we prioritise the following:
  • First time applicants (or those who have previously applied but have never been awarded funding)
  • Applicants with access requirements
  • Applicants with protected characteristics that are currently underrepresented by our funding, namely people who are d/Deaf, disabled or have a long-term health condition, neurodiverse, Black, Asian and Ethnically Diverse and/or LGBTQIA+. Plus people from lower socio economic backgrounds.
  • Applicants and/or projects based in our Priority Places


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Learn about how Arts Council England can fund your Visual Arts projectLondon, United Kingdom