- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 27 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 29 Nov 2016
Grant to ARC Stockton Arts Centre Ltd 11 Feb 2016
Towards enabling ARC to continue its artist and audience development work, influencing practice across the North of England and beyond.
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.
Grant to Camden Arts Centre (CAC) 28 Jan 2016
£94,100 over 3 years (£19,000; £39,200; £35,900) towards the Breaking the Barrier initiative, to contribute towards the cost of three Lead Practitioners, activity and running costs.
Grant to Stratford Circus Arts Centre 14 Jul 2016
£93,240 over 3 years (3 x £31,080) towards the salaries of the Education Managerand Project Coordinator; the sessional costs of the Artistic Director, Assistant Director, and Artistic Support Workers; and the running costs of the Blue Sky Actors project.
Dementia-friendly arts provision 24 Feb 2016
Macrobert offers twice-monthly opportunities for people living with dementia and their loved ones to come together and share enriching, engaging and stimulating time together. They use dance, music, storytelling and film to provide joy, offer respite, nurture peer support networks and enable people to participate more fully in their community.
Signals Media Arts Centre will work with three primary schools in Essex to support children to improve engagement and learning in literacy, numeracy and coding skills through film and digital media approaches. They are seeking to explore partnership working with schools and demonstrate the benefits that arts and cultural organisations can bring to teaching and learning.
Grant to Arts at the Old Fire Station 01 Nov 2016
Towards core costs to continue to develop the model of working with Crisis Skylight and run an arts centre which engages homeless people in life-enhancing creative opportunities.
Tyneside Cinema Access and Participation Programme for children and young people across North East England 01 Feb 2016
Building on the success of the PHF-funded 'Young Tyneside' project, Tyneside Cinema will deliver a 3 year Access and Participation programme for 8,500 children and young people which involves new audiences in film and filmmaking, addresses social, economic and educational need and develops important new models of engagement of significance to the wider film sector.
'Your Way' Easter Holiday Activities 15 Sep 2016
The grant will be split into two main streams. 1 To fund spaces on mainstream activities and projects in the community. We will work with partners such as The Parasol Project, Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot, The Mill in Banbury and Oxfordshire Youth Arts Partnership (OYAP) and The Earths Trust. We work with partners across the county to address the need of vulnerable young people in all areas of Oxfordshire. 2. Bespoke arts activities at The Hospital School which are designed in consultation with resident CYP. These activities allow us to be sensitive to the complex needs of these CYP.