Arts Council England – Developing your Creative Practice (DYCP)

Website: https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/DYCP

Developing your Creative Practice (DYCP) supports individuals who are cultural and creative practitioners and want to take time to focus on their creative development. This could be for a period of research, time to create new work, travel (including international working), training, developing future ideas, networking or mentoring. Developing your Creative Practice encourages development by allowing artists and cultural practitioners to innovate and take creative risks, work in new ways and to eventually reach new audiences. Arts Council England is investing £18 million of National Lottery funding over four rounds between October 2020 to October 2021. You can apply from £2,000 up to £10,000, and applicants do not need match funding to apply.

Expires: November 5, 2020


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