- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 20 Aug 1998
- Latest award date
- 06 Sep 2016
The Bay Arts Project 03 Oct 2005
The project will provide a studio space for children and people with special needs to participate in art classes & community activities and add to the facilities and accessible services available in Moray. The Arts Centre will be a long-lasting educational and community space which will encourage paticipation, opportunities for social inclusion, opportunities for artists to exhibit their work, & promote arts & culture.
Moray Arts Centre 23 Jun 2006
A new Centre of Excellence for the Visual Arts for Moray, the Eastern Highland area and Western Aberdeenshire will be established in Forres during the winter of 2006. A key part of the centre will be a purpose built dedicated studio and exhibition space for inspiring creativity in young people of all abilities.
This group run a community and arts centre, providing cultural, educational and recreational opportunities for local people. The grant is for 2 DVD players, recording device, projector, screen, stands, mounting plates, cabling, artists fees, microphone and speakers.
Grant to Macrobert Arts Centre Ltd 01 Mar 2015
This project will help young people who may be disabled or face other challenges to take part in drama and the arts. This will help them to be more confident make friends improve communication skills and increase their social and creative experiences.
This group run a community and arts centre, providing cultural, educational and recreational opportunities for local people. The grant will fund staff costs for drop in sessions and a summer sports and activity club, advertising, costs of a curator, volunteer expenses, framing and materials for art exhibition.
Grant to The Pier Arts Centre Trust 10 Dec 2015
Grant of £25,000 towards purchase of Dame Barbara Hepworth's 'Two Forms (Orkney), 1967' with Art Fund contributing £100,000. Grant paid via Art Fund (ref.19575)
Towards running costs for a community arts and crafts group.
Alice-in-Wonderland Garden (STV North) 25 Nov 2008
Moray Art Centre's, Alice in Wonderland garden project will create a community-driven resource garden for the whole public. Sited around the Moray Art Centre the garden will include several themed areas to for play, arts and crafts activities and horticultural activites. The one year grant will fund the design and construction of the garden including the costs of plants, trees, building materials, tutors sessional fees, landscaping, arts equipment and crafts equipment.
Strathearn Artspace an arts centre for Crieff and Strathearn
Based on the campus of Stirling University, Macrobert Arts Centre delivers a wide range of arts and cultural activities. It will deliver a project investigating the role art and creative experiences can play in helping adults with autism to live healthier, more connected and better supported lives. The project will design and test how creative activities can more fully meet the needs of adults on the autistic spectrum by working alongside participants to co-design more accessible and appropriate services.
This organisation currently runs a local heritage museum and arts centre which organises a range of events for the community. This project will deliver a Saturday Art Club for children and young people.
This group from Jedburgh run a community and arts centre, providing cultural, educational and recreational opportunities for local people. The grant will allow the group to create a cross-media performing space and art gallery, encouraging more arts group to use the centre and more audiences to appreciate local art. The grant will be used to install light projectors and halogen picture lights, install a picture hanging system and a consumer unit for electrics.
Waterfront Community Arts Centre 21 Apr 2010
Funded through Growing Community Assets this project will build a community café, studio theatre and conference suite as part of a new arts centre in the Riverside Inverclyde development. More accessible for the people of Inverclyde, this centre replaces a 120 year old building in poor condition.
The centre provides training and competitive martial arts activities. The grant will pay for fifteen judo suits and two crash mats.