The Churchill Fellowship
12 October 2022Deadline: November 22, 2022
This year, the Churchill Fellowship are offering a Fellowship theme on Arts and Communities. They are seeking applications that support positive social change and resilience in the communities across the UK, particularly projects that facilitate collaboration and co-creation between communities, creatives and other sectors. All art forms are welcome to apply. You can find out more about the Fellowship here, and download their theme flier here.
- Any application identifying itself as an arts project must have a significant element of tangible arts practice. The Fellowship are particularly keen to hear from people who are practitioners, in any art form.
- Any application identifying itself as an arts project should demonstrate how it will have a public benefit wider than advancing the applicant’s personal artistic practice.
- All art forms are included, whether visual, literary, musical, performance, design, crafts or other.
- Please do not apply if your project is based around;
- A personal artistic project, such as a personal piece of work or exhibition.
- An artist/writer/composer in residence scheme.
- A piece of academic or theoretical research.
Deadline for applications is Tuesday 22nd November, 5pm.