Live Art organisations benefit from Arts Council England award

A new consortium led by Artsadmin in collaboration with Home Live Art and Live Art Development Agency will receive funding from Arts Council England as part of the Catalyst Arts scheme. All three organisations work across performance, live art and the visual arts.

The scheme, Catalyst Arts: building fundraising capacity, supports organisations to work together collectively and collaboratively in consortium to develop innovative and efficient solutions to addressing fundraising development needs. The award will support a two-year programme of development, audience and funding research, trialling new methods of fundraising and implementing creative approaches to individual and commercial giving.

 

Catalyst Arts awards – Arts Council England website 
 

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