Arts Council England (ACE) recently announced that it is reopening applications for its National Lottery Project Grants.
ACE has pledged to make the new fund more responsive to the needs of smaller independent organisations and individual practitioners during Covid-19.
The Network for Arts and Social Outcomes is delighted to be joined by:
- Richard Ings, the NCJAA’s Relationship Manager at ACE and the London Area champion for Arts in Health, Wellbeing & Criminal Justice.
- John McMahon, Arts Council lead for Arts and Health.
Please join us if you are interested in learning more about Project Grants and the overall ACE Let's Create strategy.
This event is intended for indviduals and non-NPO organisations. A separate event for NPOs will be announced shortly.
If you have a question for ACE (or any questions about the event) please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Live captions will be available.
Spaces at this event are limited, so please sign up via Eventbrite if you would like to attend. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to the Zoom address for the event. Please do not share this Zoom link - anyone attending will need to register on Eventbrite.
The event is being presented by a new network of "hub" organisations working across Arts and Social Outcomes, including Arts & Homelessness International , National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance, LENS (Lived Experience Network), Music in Detention, Counterpoints Arts/Platforma, Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance , Graeae, Age of Creativity
To make sure as many people as possible have a chance to attend, we are hosting two events back to back. (Please only register for one.)