- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 27 Feb 2015
- Latest award date
- 14 Dec 2015
Grant to The Edge Theatre & Arts Centre 01 May 2015
This project will deliver theatre workshops for children from Manchester aged 10-15 with Down's Syndrome helping to improve their life skills confidence and their engagement with their communities.
Grant to MAC (Metropolitan Arts Centre) 06 Aug 2015
Outreach workshops with learning disabled and ASD children and young people will encourage their interest and engagement with theatre and with the MAC offering access to performances that will increase their confidence and participation in the arts.
Grant to Chapter Arts Centre 23 Jun 2015
Towards the salaries of a new creative producer and administrator, to develop a structured programme of artist support, leading to the creation of touring productions.
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)
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.
The University of Leicester’s Attenborough Arts Centre is the largest contemporary art gallery in Leicester and one of the largest in the East Midlands area. Attenborough Arts Centre will create a sensory workshop space designed specifically for children with special educational needs and disabilities. It will work with two special educational needs (SEN) schools to explore new ways to deliver the curriculum to these children using multisensory and kinaesthetic approaches to learning.
Grant to Wyeside Arts Centre 19 Oct 2015
Towards the Speak Up spoken word programme, working with pupils excluded from mainstream education to boost skills and confidence, supporting them to develop a network of new writers and creating a legacy of best practice in Powys.
Grant to Midlands Art Centre (MAC) 07 Oct 2015
Towards Birmingham Arts Volunteers, developing and supporting a shared resource of arts volunteers and arts volunteer managers to create a cohort of cultural ambassadors for Birmingham.
The Agency Development Framework 23 May 2015
The development funding will allow the project to scope and test change to for the future growth of its The Agency Project by exploring potential locations, local context, partners and beneficiary need and impact. The project will look to provide evidence for the proposed expansion and to show how it fits with Battersea Arts Centre's broader aims and strategic vision.
Get The Message 27 Feb 2015
Increasing the capacity of the visual arts sector to support people with learning disabilities as visitors, participants and employees through training, mentoring and recruitment activities.
To user test a model of arts participation that all arts organisations could adopt and adapt to attract a wider range of participants and stakeholders.
An exceptional resilience grant 01 Dec 2015
To support BAC in the aftermath of the fire that destroyed their Grand Hall, in order to maintain activities which achieve their mission ‘to inspire people to take creative risks to shape the future'.
The organisation will use the funding to purchase new equipment for a dance studio which will enable them to deliver dance activities in the school holidays for children and young people. This will provide positive and diversionary activities for vulnerable children and young people.
Grant to The Koestler Trust 09 Sep 2015
delivering an arts mentoring programme matching volunteer arts mentors with prisoners pre- and on release from prison to support their positive reintegration back into the community. The grant will fund the salary costs of the Mentoring Co-ordinator.
Grant to Extant 16 Nov 2015
Towards a partnership programme enabling venues in three UK regions to become hubs of expertise in championing visually impaired theatre artists and audiences.
The Agency 12 Aug 2015
This project will build upon pilot work which aims to develop the skills, confidence and professional networks of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in London and Manchester to enable them to become more employable and entrepreneurial people who are able to have a positive impact on their own lives and their community.