List of Resources and Support for Artists and Cultural Workers
Smallwood Trust - NOW CLOSED but Further funding rounds for women's sector organisations will be announced in July / August.
Looking for local New Forest collaborators.
Artquest are looking for art professionals to work on an occasional freelance basis on various projects: online crits, mentoring, curating, recording, editing audio or video, graphic design.
INFORMATION and RESOURCES
Black Artist Grant Writing Support Scotland
Free grant writing support for Black artists in Scotland. Access a Google Sheet of arts workers, experienced in the process of writing funding applications and who are available to assist. View contributor's areas of expertise and funding bodies they have successfully applied to in the past. Choose who you'd like support from and get in touch directly. For access email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alec Finlay Covid-19 Creative Tool Kit
Paul Maheke “The Year I Stopped Making Art”
Susan Jones’ four point plan for funders, arts organisations and others who care for and depend on the work of freelance artists.
PAST FUNDING, GRANTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
The fund offers up to £1,000 for artists and creatives living in Brent.
The virtual project space Skelf is inviting submissions from artists who have found new ways and means of producing work because, or in spite of, the lockdown. Works can take any form, but must be able to be distributed online. The deadline for submissions is 31 May.
UP Projects in partnership with Flat Time House announce the open call for Constellations, a free artist development programme that supports eight UK-based artists to explore socio-political issues, community-oriented practice, and public contexts.
Call for proposals for 2 online, home-based collaborative residencies. This is the first of a series of new commissions so keep an eye out for other opportunities.
Organised by Make it Clear - Keep it Complex , Solidarity Syndicate operates on the belief that this crisis is not the time for artists to be competing against one another for limited emergency funds, and also highlights that many artists and creative producers do not meet funder's critera, therefore fall between the cracks leaving them ineligible for funding. Together with a group of friends and/or colleagues you make a group of eligible and ineligible creatives. After making individual applications, you pool successful funding and share it.
Somerset House Studios invites applications for a new online spatial sound artist development programme, Sonic Terrains, taking place from May to August 2020. Five artists will each be supported remotely to make an ambitious new spatial sound work with a £3,000 artist fee. Deadline 3 May
A network of artists, curators and producers working in contemporary art organisations who are offering in-kind support to artists requiring help with emergency grant applications. Particularly welcome requests from underrepresented, BIPOC and LGBTQI+ artists.