- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 05 Jan 2015
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2015
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Support and scale a digital community that empowers young people to share their stories with their peers to combat isolation and distribute early intervention support.
Getting Real About Rights 16 Mar 2015
Enhancing impact of UNCRC monitoring, increasing influence of children and young people and empowering them to use processes to hold duty bearers to account.
The Reasons Why - Realising Potential 16 Mar 2015
Individual assessment 1-1 support Tailored series of workshops -- self esteem, individual identity, responsibility, Communication, skill acquisition mentor support Job placement Follow up support and tracking
What Next? Ethics Research and Implementation 13 Jan 2015
Support to research and test the viability of new mechanisms to help arts and cultural organisations confront actual or potential controversies regarding their programming.
Development of FCW's apprenticeship, "Stitchwise", to incorporate prisoner and volunteer feedback into an accredited learning model focussed on employment skills and leading to through-the-gate results
Fixers Policy Platforms (working title) 16 Mar 2015
To create and sustain a series of policy platforms annually enabling first-hand authentic experiences to shape future policy and practices across a range of issues.
A grant to Visual Editions Ltd to create new model to sustain the celebration of books' future.
Core support for the ArtWorks Alliance 04 Mar 2015
Taking forward the work of ArtWorks across the UK through an alliance of organisations operating at strategic level, so that their collective impact can lead to change.
To develop new, sustainable supplementary /mainstream school partnerships to help bridge the attainment gap affecting African and African-Caribbean secondary students in Harrow and Barnet.
Talk about Talk Secondary 10 Mar 2015
A programme of training for businesses and young people with poor communication, co-delivered by young people and coordinated in and supported by secondary schools.
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.
Improving the long-term prospects of disadvantaged children, young people and their families by providing accessible and tailored mental health support in 300 schools by 2018.
SNAP Collaborative Development Programme 17 Jun 2015
ArtWorks funding has been awarded to Sheffield Network of Arts Providers (SNAP) to run a series of collaborative enquiry days, bringing together a selection of artists from different career stages and art forms with employers and commissioners from key organisations in the city. Through these sessions they aim to identify clusters within the network that will enable and encourage cross member collaboration, drive individual learning, generate new ideas for innovative approaches to participatory practice with children and young people and generate embedded practitioner development opportunities. Participants will then have the opportunity via small enabling budgets to apply some of the ideas/approaches that emerge from the enquiry days within a range of participatory settings. They aim to use these funds to strengthen the existing SNAP network, agreeing a shared direction for artists and employers, more joined-up activity and a clearer path for future developments. SNAP was set up over a year ago in response to research from the Sheffield Culture Consortium around gaps in provision and a lack of joined up working between providers in the city. SNAP provides a space for those working with children and young people to connect, collaborate, share best practice and advocate for the sector within the city and region.
A grant to TDA for developing and delivering high quality participatory arts practice in Torbay
ArtWorks funding has been awarded to The Stove Network to undertake initial research towards developing an MA module in Environmental and Participative Practice. The Stove Network will work with an existing informal network of other place-based arts projects in Scotland and Wales as part of their research. As well as informing the longer term development of a MA module, they plan, though their engagement with other rural place based partners, to strengthen this informal grouping and share their research at the end of the process. This research will be jointly run with the University of West Scotland as their academic partner (pending match funding from the Innovation Voucher Scheme). This funding will enable The Stove Network the research the feasibility of developing a formal training offer as part of their longer term business plan. The Stove Network is an artist led collective based in a disused three story former shop in the town centre of Dumfries with a membership of circa 200 people ranging from international artists to emerging artists and students. Their core mission is about breathing new life into the town using art and creativity and actively involving local people. They are particularly interested in exploring how they can create a sustainable business model for both the building and the wider network. Part of this is exploring the feasibility of setting up an MA module that would be run through the Stove Network and provide academic institutions a residential course for students to study environmental and socially engaged practice. This would offer employment for their network members, bring new artists into the area to cross fertilize with the existing artist community and potentially offer a sustainable business model in the longer term.
Core funding towards two new posts to assist the organisation in reducing its dependence on local authority contract income. 17 Nov 2015
Step by Step would like to reduce its reliance on local authority contracts and increase commercial and individual donor income. This would enable the charity to meet the growing demand for its services for young people who are homeless or facing homelessness. The grant will contribute to salary costs for two new posts: Business Services Manager and Head of Income Generation.