Arts Council England – Cultural Development Fund

Up to £5million. Local, combined or mayoral authority, Local enterprise partnership, University, Cultural organisation.

The aim of the Cultural Development Fund is to level up through investment in culture. The fund will unlock local growth and productivity, increase access to excellent creativity and culture, and regenerate communities. It will achieve this through capital investment in transformative place-based creative and cultural initiatives.

Applicants can apply for capital (asset) activity between £2 million and £5 million with a maximum of £700,000 for supporting resource (project) activity. Applicants can be local partnerships, led by a local authority, local enterprise partnership or other appropriate body.

Deadline – 15th March 2024

Apply for the Arts Council England – Cultural Development Fund here.

 

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