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Friday, March 2, 2012

A&B @ Gracefield 9th March 2012

Learn about the latest ways arts and heritage organisations and practitioners can diversify income streams at this free half day event.
We will look at how to go about securing business sponsorship of the arts, applying for the A&B Scotland New Arts Sponsorship Grants and how to raise money for your project through A&B Scotland’s new arts crowdfunding site Angel Shares Scotland.
The event is free to attend and runs from 2pm to 5pm with a break and refreshments half way.

For more information and to book your space please go to our website or email

1 comment:

  1. Dear Arts and Business - I am an artist and I would like to diversify my income stream.
    I obviously have a lot to learn - please teach me. There is you, a proper business an learned to diversify many years learned to hoover up the tiny amount of money set aside for the arts. You told the politicians that you could take their £10 and make it worth £25 by teaching artists your secret - a secret so powerful, that once learned, the artists would never need the £10 again....instead they would become sustainable and diversified - they would never bother the politicians again.
    Job done for a tenner - whats not to like?

    Hey Arts and Business - lend us a tenner and I'll show what you can really do with a tenner