- Research & development
- Project Costs
Bids of up to £500 will be considered. Cash match funding of 25% is required and a detailed breakdown of all income and expenditure will need to be shown.
- Awards will be considered according to the Cultural Policy Priorities. You must consider how your activity may further these aims and promote the development of the arts within the district.
- If you are applying for assistance with project costs you will need to provide evidence of public liability insurance and have a safeguarding policy if your activity includes work with young people and/or vulnerable adults
- Priority will be given to professional practitioners/artists and organisations
- Cross art form collaborations are encouraged
- Applicants may only receive one grant within a twelve month period
Funding will not be granted for:
- Core funding
- Arts activities that take place in school during the school curriculum
- Applications from undergraduate students will not be considered
- Applications from profit making organisations, religious and political groups will not be considered.
- Reflect Canterbury City Council’s Equal Opportunities Policy and encourage the widest possible access to the arts
- Be aware of Health and Safety rules and regulations
- Wherever possible consider accessibility (physical access and interpretive materials)
- On completion of the activity, produce a 1 page (A4) evaluation report detailing the outcome of the activity and how it might influence your future work, please note this may be published on the creative Canterbury website.
- Carry the Canterbury City Council logo (provided on acceptance from the Culture and Creative team) on applicable marketing and promotional material