- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 06 Feb 2007
- Latest award date
- 15 Mar 2016
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Arts & Refugees Research - Publishing element 06 Nov 2007
To pay for the publishing of the Arts and Refugees research project comissioned by PHF, Baring Foundation and Arts Council.
Core support to underpin the family learning activities at the Museum of London.
A grant to Barbican Centre Trust for ArtWorks London legacy activity 2015/16 and 2016/17.
Core support towards a season of music, film, art and debate investigating the state – and the inequalities – of the cultural sector in the UK and discussing its inequalities. This programme reflected on the findings of a new national survey, commissioned by Create and delivered by Goldsmiths University, which looked into the social background of those working in the arts – from how their higher education was funded, to where they could afford to live.
ArtWorks Fellowship 04 Mar 2015
To build on the pilot of a bespoke professional development model for established artists undertaken as part of their funded work through our special initiative to demonstrate that the concept of lifelong learning can be both sustainable and economical.
A grant to Trust for London Strategic Legal Fund for Vulnerable Young Migrants
To help finance the research and establishment of a fund raising system predicated on the rounding up of electronic card payments.
A grant to Guildhall School of Music & Drama for Shift
Create London is an independent charity, principally funded by ACE and Legacy Trust UK, with a strong track record of bringing art to communities in East London. They will bring the Grade II-listed White House in Becontree back into use to provide artists’ live/work spaces, communal public spaces and a public engagement programme. The White House is located within the Becontree Estate, an area of high social and economic deprivation within Barking and Dagenham, which is in the top 3% of most deprived authorities in England.
"Live Music Network" 05 Nov 2007
A digital/broadcast media project to enable LSO to connect and develop learning experiences with communities of all ages, abilities and background across London and the UK.
PHF/Carneegie Initiative for Enquiry into the Future of Civil Society, for which the Barbican Centre Trust is a participating organisation.
Theatre archive pilot 28 Jan 2009
Using a 1995 production of As You Like It, Cheek by Jowl will explore ways in which the company might make its archive accessible.
An in depth evaluation of Hanover's work to enhance speaking and listening and interpersonal skills, providing both hard and soft evidence to demonstrate the effectiveness of these skills in the level 2 qualification.