Arts focused projects can once again be considered through Awards for All. Creative Scotland will again be partnering sportscotland and us to provide arts, sports and community projects for £500 to £10,000.
More information should be available soon including what Creative Scotland’s priorities will be for Awards for All. For example, groups regularly funded by Creative Scotland will be a lower priority.
Please note the funding will only be open to organisations.
There are reckoned to be over 10,000 voluntary arts and crafts groups and events taking place in Scotland’s communities. It’s a massive cultural movement that thrives under the radar of the more formal, professional arts world. It all makes a huge contribution to the social, cultural and economic health of our communities. It’s about having fun. And once a year this vast and diverse sector from right across the UK have a celebration of all the very best it has to offer. The Epic Awards are open for nominations
Celebrating some EPIC performances – Scottish Community Alliance
Who can enter the Epic Awards?
The Epic Awards are for creative projects that involve citizens, artists and creative people who participate for the love of it and on an amateur basis.
You can be based anywhere in the UK or Republic of Ireland, practise any kind of art form or craft and work with any age group. Your nominated project can be long or short-term, as long as some or all of it took place in the twelve months prior to the deadline of Monday 7 December 2015
A winner and runner-up will be chosen for each of the four awards: England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Read the rest of this entry »