Programmes Open to Individuals
The following programmes are open for individuals to apply for. Click on any of the options below to find out more about the programme and how to apply:
This programme will support 20 new commissions of £14,000 as part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme.
The purpose of the new Artists' Bursaries programme is to provide artists and other creative professionals time and resources to develop their practice. Open to individuals at any stage in their career, these fixed bursaries will be for artists able to demonstrate a high level of quality, imagination and ambition in their work. Decisions will be taken by an independent panel of experts.
Creative Futures will support the establishment of programmes of professional development activity that exist to benefit a number of people. This can include activities like artist's residencies, exploratory investigations, inter-disciplinary exchanges, cross-sectorial collaborations or other developmental activity. Open mainly to organisations, suitably experienced individuals are nevertheless entitled to apply to establish and lead appropriate projects.
This programme is open to individuals who are either emerging, or established, film and television talent. Supported activity will include the development, production and exploitation of feature films, feature documentaries and network television series. Support is also available to attend key markets and film festivals. In partnership with other organisations, there are also a number of film talent development initiatives for individuals.
A programme for those who are seeking funds to support the research, development and presentation of work internationally.
A fund for individuals looking to develop their own skills and/or professional practice - for example through participation in workshops, attending conferences, receiving mentoring or a structured programme of technical skills development.
A funding programme for individuals to support the initial research and scoping of a public art project, for example a piece situated in a public space such as a hospital, public park, school or playground.
The purpose of the fund is to enable the development and production of high quality public art projects that bring artists, people and places together.
A fund for projects that will remove barriers to engagement with artistic work, encourage participation and enable communities and individuals to explore and develop their creative and cultural lives.
A programme for those looking to support the development and creation of high quality work in any artform that has a clear public outcome such as an such as an exhibition, performance or publication.
A programme for individuals seeking funds for the presentation of high quality arts activities through regular programming, touring and festivals.
A fund to support new commissions of Traditional Arts activity – of various scales and art forms (including film and digital platforms).
Share This Page