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Community culture grants

Culture Grants

Fife Council's Culture Grants Scheme aims to encourage and support creativity in local communities and will support activities in the following areas:

  • Literature (includes writing, books, storytelling, reading, publishing)
  • Performance (includes theatre, performance, drama, music and dance)
  • Heritage (includes museums, libraries, archives and history)
  • Audio-visual (includes film and video, radio, new media)
  • Visual arts/crafts (includes art, painting, sculpture, crafts, design, fashion and architecture)


Grants are available up to £150 for individuals and up to £500 for groups.

NB   Culture Grant is not suitable for individuals who earn a living from their craft e.g artists, sculptors, writers, jewellery makers etc, or who have received funding from the Visual Arts and Crafts Grant Scheme

Application forms are available by telephoning 01592 583334.

Support and funding for Craft & Visual Artists in Fife

In partnership with Creative Scotland and Fife Council, Fife Cultural Trust and Fife Contemporary Art & Craft are delighted to launch a new funding and support scheme for craft and visual artists.

The ‘Opportunities’ Grant is available to artists living or based in Fife to support projects with grants of up to £750 available.  The scheme is also supporting three artists, over a 12 month period, with the ‘Next Steps’ and ‘First Steps’ programmes.  These tailored support programmes will focus on personal, professional and creative development for the craft and visual artists and will include 1-1 mentoring.  The bespoke programme is also likely to feature funding for research and travel, skills development and the creation of new work.  One craft artist and one visual artist as well as one emerging artist will take part in the programme in this initial year.

For further information please visit http://www.fcac.co.uk/

All forms can be found in the publications section on this page.
 


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