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Leeds City College
Leeds City College Arts Fund has been established to enable and support emerging creative practitioners in the Leeds City Region. The relocation to Quarry Hill Campus in Leeds Cultural Quarter provides an opportunity for Leeds City College to contribute to Leeds’ arts and cultural engagement and conversation.
Arts Fund aims to facilitate the career development of emerging creative practitioners by providing funding for significant work in the early years of their careers, when self-funding projects is often a barrier to creating new work. We are particularly interested in applicants who have not received national funding. The Arts Fund aims to support creative practitioners working across the full spectrum of disciplines including visual arts, theatre, film, dance, music, literature, and digital media.
Arts Fund supports projects that will engage Leeds City College stakeholders. The works created should involve Leeds City College students either in the production or display of the work, or engage them within the creative process. The project should engage an audience, which could include Leeds City College staff and students, the local, regional, and national arts community, and members of the public.
We expect a visual record to be created in order to archive Arts Fund projects, and presented at Quarry Hill Campus as a legacy to the Arts Fund. This could be in the form of photography, video, object, or other visual content.
We would like to invite interested applicants to attend an information session on Thursday 25 February 3:30pm. Book your place by emailing email@example.com
Applications open Monday 15 February
Deadline for applications Sunday 14 March midnight
Applications should be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Late submissions will not be accepted.
You can download the PDF forms below.
Creative Practitioners supported through Leeds City College Arts Fund
Found Fiction, Street Stories:
Annie Taylor-Munt, Community Living
Better Songs, Memento Mori
Lydia Blakeley, Vocation
Emma Hardaker, If These Walls Could Talk
Jameson Rogan, Greetings From Quarry Hill
Rob Green, Untitled
Quarry Hill Campus