Tuesday 20 October 2020
14:00 – 15:00 and 15:15 – 16:15
Free to attend
Arts Council England (ACE) recently announced that it is reopening applications for its National Lottery Project Grants. ACE has pledged to make the new fund more responsive to the needs of smaller independent organisations and individual practitioners during Covid-19.
As part of the Network for Arts and Social Outcomes, the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance is delighted to invite you to this free information session, where you can find out more about the grants and ask questions from ACE representatives. We will be joined by:
- Richard Ings, the NCJAA’s Relationship Manager at ACE and the London Area champion for Arts in Health, Wellbeing & Criminal Justice
- John McMahon, Arts Council lead for Arts and Health.
Please join us if you are interested in learning more about Project Grants and the overall ACE Let’s Create strategy.
This event is intended for individuals and organisations that are not National Portfolio Organisations. Please note that we are running this session twice (2pm and 3.15pm) and that it will cover similar content to the NCJAA Hang Out: ACE Project Grants we held in July 2020. Spaces are limited, so please register to attend. If you have a question for ACE (or any questions about the event) please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Live captions will be available.