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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Visual Artist and Craft Maker Awards 2014-15 - Round 2

From CABN Borders

The second round of the South of Scotland Visual Artists and Craft Makers Awards are open for applications

Dumfries & Galloway Council, Scottish Borders Council and Dumfries and Galloway Chamber of Arts in partnership with Creative Scotland are running a combined Visual Artist and Craft Maker Awards Scheme 2014-2015.  The scheme is for individual artists and makers living and working in the Scottish Borders or Dumfries and Galloway. Artists and makers are eligible to apply for awards towards the cost of developing their creative practice.  Applicants must be able to demonstrate a commitment to their work – whether they are at an early or established stage of their practice - and to advancing their skills and ideas.  The intention is that the fund will have a significant impact on applicants creative activity, and take their practice forward.

Individual awards between £500 and £1,500 are available, which will assist artists and makers to develop and extend their own personal practice. Applicants are advised to request the appropriate amount required for the project, rather than automatically apply for the maximum grant available.  The Awards Panel reserves the right to offer an amount different to that requested.
Applicants can apply for up to 90% of the total cost of their project. The applicant must fund a minimum of 10% of the project funds. Successful applicants will receive 85% of the awarded grant on signed acceptance of their contract. The final 15% of the grant will only be paid upon completion and receipt of an Evaluation Form at the end of their project.
  • 5pm Monday, 2nd March 2015  

For full details go to the CABN website here

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