Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Funding 2022
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation have launched a new round of funding for 2022, to support the provision of arts, culture, and heritage education, training, and career development across the United Kingdom.
Grants are available to support arts, culture, and heritage projects across the UK. Funding will enable people to develop skills and careers, increase access to and promote diversity in the arts and heritage by reaching communities and individuals who would otherwise not participate.
This round will award grants of up to £25,000 per year for 3 years and will prioritise applications from:-
- Organisations and projects increasing diversity in the arts and heritage by breaking down social, economic and geographical barriers, encouraging engagement and providing high quality training to young people aged under 25, eg youth theatres, youth orchestras, side-by-side music initiatives, music therapy groups, music in prisons, heritage skill training.
- Organisations and projects providing specialist training and work-place experience and apprenticeships for emerging artists and newly graduated professionals, eg theatre director schemes, actor mentoring and training, heritage building craft apprentices and training schemes, young composer schemes, writers’ workshops.
- Organisations and projects unlocking access to high quality arts and heritage education and training for a significant number of people
The deadline for all Stage 1 applications to be received is midnight on 28 February 2022. Applicants are encouraged to submit Stage 1 applications as soon as possible and not wait until the deadline.