The Artists Fund

Website: https://www.artquest.org.uk/project/the-artists-fund/

The Artists Fund is a community interest company led by Artquest, DACS and a-n the Artists Information Company to provide small grants to visual artists based in the UK: in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Established as part of an Arts Council England Catalyst grant, The Artists Fund is now open for applications for a pilot grants and commissions programme. Five grants of £1,000 and three commissions of £2,000 are available by open application process, with a deadline of 11am on 16 May 2016. Five grants of £1,000 and three commissions of £2,000 will be made to visual artists who have been practicing professionally for a minimum of 3 years. Artists with any visual arts practice are eligible to apply.

Expires: May 16, 2016


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