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St Hugh’s Arts Awards

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St Hugh’s Arts Awards

Time: September 1, 2013 at 6pm to April 2, 2014 at 7pm
Location: UK
Website or Map: http://www.sthughsfoundation.…
Event Type: funding
Organized By: The St Hugh’s Foundation
Latest Activity: May 21, 2013

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Event Description

  • Awarded by The St Hugh’s Foundation.
  • Annual.
  • Award between £12,000–£15,000, depending on the scale and scope of the successful proposal. Additional advice and mentoring from one of the organisation’s trustees.
  • Applicants must be resident and regularly working in Lincolnshire, Yorkshire East Riding or the City of Hull. Projects considered in any art form.
  • The Foundation aims to help established arts practitioners and producers to develop their professional careers in the arts, and in doing so, to contribute their own knowledge and experience to the wider growth and dissemination of arts practice in the region.’
  • Initial application by form downloaded from website. Candidates are then shortlisted and interviewed by the trustees for the final decision.

 

In brief

  • single Arts Awards programme available to both individual applicants and organisations.
  • Personal and public developmental arts projects of up to three years.
  • Potential to extend funding and other support over that period.
  • Successful applicants working in partnership with the Foundation.
  • Applicants must be living and working in Lincolnshire or the Humber areas (see detail)


Programme objectives

The Foundation aims to encourage innovation in arts practice, policy and management in its area of benefit. For this Arts Awards programme, we have three objectives.

  • To invest in developmental creative projects that will evolve and grow over time.
  • To help to address regional needs for innovation and change that can be clearly identified in arts practice, policy or management.
  • To back projects which are well-conceived, carefully planned and well-managed.

Criteria

Proposals should meet the following three criteria:

 

Developmental creative projects
Proposals should represent significant new development opportunities that are not already available publicly, and offer creative growth with widened experience for the applicants and for others. Our involvement may be over a period of two or three years, so we are looking for proposals that will evolve creatively with the potential to grow into wider directions in the future.

 

Evidence of regional need for innovation and change
Applicants should be able to show evidence of the need for innovation and change, and of the potential value of such a project, both for themselves, and for the wider public context in which it will be developed. It will therefore need to be accessible and easily understood. It should be likely to generate impacts that can be evaluated, with beneficial outcomes for the participants and the communities they touch. And it should have a clear legacy, with lasting value over time.

 

Practical and achievable
Proposals should be carefully thought-through and thoroughly well planned before applying, including setting out realistic budgets, with clear understanding of where all funding for the duration of the project (not just ours) would be secured. Basic research and essential discussions with other players should be carried out before submitting an application. Your ability to manage and sustain the project throughout its lifetime will be a crucial factor. In the case of proposals by organisations and public bodies, we will want to know that continuity provisions are in place in the event of personnel or policy changes during its lifetime.

 

 

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