Work we've funded

1650 grants found

  • £10 – £4927500
  • 2006/07 – 2018/19

Amber Film & Photography Collective

More and Better: Primary Source

Amber Film & Photography Collective (Amber) was founded in 1969 with the aim of documenting North East England’s working class communities. Working with 12 primary schools in the North East, Amber will develop a programme of creative engagement in documentary photography and filmmaking. The project aims to increase children’s (and teachers’) digital media/ technology and creative skills, relevant to humanities and STEM areas of the curriculum; to enable pupils to explore digital storytelling; to address intergenerational relationships and community cohesion; and to provide continuing professional development for teachers.

Amber Film & Photography Collective

  • Grant amount: £60,000 over 24 months
  • Fund: Arts Open Grants
  • Date awarded: 2014/15
  • Location: North East

To develop a programme of community collaboration, inspired by Amber’s archive collection.

Ambitious About Autism

  • Grant amount: £123,000 over 36 months
  • Fund: Social Justice Open Grants
  • Date awarded: 2009/10
  • Location: London

Development of a Transition Liaison Officer post to provide high-quality advice and support to older pupils and their families so as to ensure their successful transition from children’s to adult services.

Amble Development Trust

  • Grant amount: £70,000 over 24 months
  • Fund: Education Open Grants: Speaking & Listening Skills
  • Date awarded: 2009/10
  • Location: North East

Giving young people the opportunity to produce short video interviews, which will then become the clues for two regional “scavenger hunt” web-based games.

Amy Martin

The Children's Hub

  • Grant amount: £12,700 over 12 months
  • Fund: Ideas and Pioneers Fund
  • Date awarded: 2016/17
  • Location: West Midlands

Amy has over ten years’ experience of working with children and young people as producers, leaders and artists across a variety of art forms. Amy wants to explore the feasibility of a Birmingham ‘Children’s Hub’ – a multifaceted space that would combine an arts programme, social enterprise and community venue focused on celebrating, supporting and championing childhood in Birmingham. At this stage, Amy will gather evidence and grow stakeholder engagement to assess the need, viability and vision for the hub.

Amy Win - Cook Inspire Change CIC

Cook Inspire Change Online Food Education Programmes

Amy Win founded Cook Inspire Change to provide education, employability and enterprise programmes to young people who face challenging circumstances in the Greater Manchester area. Amy will produce e-learning tools based on two programmes that she will develop and deliver: ‘Ready Set Sell’ and the ‘Food Enterprise Programme’. Ready Set Sell will prepare young people who are not in employment or those with previous criminal convictions or substance dependency for entry-level jobs in the food industry.

An Talla Solais (Ullapool Visual Arts)

Explore and Test: Developing participatory approaches through a new curatorial framework

An Talla Solias gallery will test a new curatorial framework designed to better reach local audiences including families, people with lower incomes and the elderly. It will use this experience to embed a culture of reflective practice and develop a new engagement strategy tailored to its local context.

Anisa Haghdadi

Doink Tank (Do and Think Tank)

Anisa Haghdadi wants to develop a creative approach to analysing and sharing data which can engage and inspire people to find better solutions to social issues. She hopes using the arts to make information accessible will help the general public, as well as policy makers, be better informed, make better decisions and become involved in finding answers to problems that affect them. The approach brings together artists, researchers and technologists in a version of a ‘think tank’ that is action-oriented.

Anjali Dance Company

  • Grant amount: £36,200 over 18 months
  • Fund: Arts Open Grants
  • Date awarded: 2008/09
  • Location: East of England

To support significant organisational change in the provision of education and outreach activities for people with learning disabilities, including the employment of a learning disabled dance artist in the core team.

Anjali Dance Company

  • Grant amount: £40,500 over 24 months
  • Fund: Arts Open Grants
  • Date awarded: 2010/11
  • Location: UK Wide

People with learning disabilities take the lead