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Art Fund: Reimagine Grants

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Art Fund: Reimagine Grants

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Art Fund’s Reimagine programme is designed to inspire creativity and increase stability in the creative sector. It supports organisations to develop or refresh their work in response to the challenges posed by the pandemic.

Through this scheme, grants can be provided of up to £50,000 for projects that are:

  • Creative or innovative
  • Context-specific
  • Impactful
  • Engaging

In 2022, there is one key aim for the Reimagine programme, funding projects that will help organisations reimagine their approach to engagement. This year, they’ll be offering grants of between £10,000 and £50,000. There will be one funding round for all applicants.

Click here for more information.

Application deadline: Apply before 12th September 2022

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