Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants

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

In 2018 Arts Council England’s National Lottery Project Grants replaced Grants For The Arts. Project Grants run on an open application basis – they can be applied for at any time, and for any arts-related activity. If you are applying for £15,000 or under, you will receive a decision in 6 weeks. If you are applying for over £15,000 a decision will take 12 weeks. Their website has many helpful How To Apply documents and Information Sheets offering guidance on a range of topics to help with your application, including artforms, public engagement and managing finance.

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