- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 21 Sep 2004
- Latest award date
- 12 Oct 2016
The Basic Photograph 15 Mar 2007
This Ethiopian arts centre, unique in the UK, will provide training sessions in the production of still images, culminating in an exhibition. The project will provide aspiring artists in the area with an opportunity to increase their confidence, develop their talents and display their work.
Over 60's Art Workshops 22 Sep 2006
The project by this arts centre in Camden, is to run artist-led workshops for over 60's from local community centres to give them experience and increase creativity, using professional equipment and facilities. The workshops will also enable the over 60's to meet with other people and socialise.
Masque of the Red Death Particiate Project 20 Aug 2007
A project by a Wandsworth based arts centre to run performance skills workshops for young people on low income to prepare them for support roles in performances of Edgar Allen Poe's 'The Masque of the Red Death.'
Stage Lift 20 Jul 2005
This group exists to preserve Grade ll listed building and to present in it arts and crafts activities.The project is to provide a platform lift to allow wheelchair users to access the stage at the Landmark Arts Centre. The money is for: Stage lift (£5000)
Cafe Area 21 Jun 2006
This group create and operate arts and community centres and encourage young people to become professional in the arts. The funding will be used to build a foyer cafe area to serve the people using the arts centre, storytelling area and the quiet walled garden.
Grant to Battersea Arts Centre 11 Apr 2013
Towards a programme of work that helps to develop local cultural infrastructure in Hull, Great Yarmouth, Darlington, Gloucester, Torbay and Thanet.
Grant to Camden Arts Centre 09 May 2012
Towards the costs of a programme engaging children with moderate to severe learning difficulties and physical disabilities in contemporary art, also involving their families and teachers.
Grant to Battersea Arts Centre 19 Apr 2016
Towards the continuation of the Community Touring Network, a partnership programme in areas typically associated with low levels of cultural engagement.
The Wonder Room 02 Sep 2010
This is a project by a community group in Battersea who will use the funding to deliver a series of learning and play activities for young children and their families.
Breakthrough Fund - Playgrounding 18 Mar 2008
Support to David Jubb to develop 'Playgrounding', a five year co-production with Haworth Tompkins Architects to create a 21st century theatre in Battersea Arts Centre's 19th century town hall home. 'Playgrounding' will place artists and audiences at the heart of a process of architectural improvisation.
Taking Control 22 Sep 2006
This project in Merton will tackle bullying and inter-school violence in the borough's eight secondary schools using a short play and workshops scheme. The project will encourage pupils between the ages of 11 and 14 to look at their behaviour and the impact they have on others.
Vox Festival of Song 07 Oct 2008
This arts group will use funding to organise a series of singing workshops for all ages and abilities. The grant will contribute towards marketing, artists' expenses, piano hire and technical staff.
Get the Message 04 Dec 2009
A project by this charity based in Camden to hold a series of arts workshops and exhibitions involving three local special educational needs schools. The aim is to give the children involved a chance to express themselves through art and improve their social, creative and personal skills.
Young People's Theatre 23 Nov 2005
The aim of this group is to create original and exciting theatre work and to widen opportunities for diverse audiences to participate in rewarding creative activities. The group would use an award to contribute towards expanding the Young Peoples Theatre programme that they already run by splitting the groups into three age categories. This will enable them to accommodate an additional 30 students who would not otherwise be able to access the programme.