Supported by Waltham Forest

Working with Schools: A focus on Fellowship Funding

Date:

Wed, 12 Feb 2020 15:45 - 17:00

Venue:

One Hoe Street, Walthamstow E17

Provider:

William Morris Gallery Schools Programme

Course Code:

WMG-0220-T005

Outline:

To give an introduction to ways of working in partnership for schools and artists and find out about the newly-launched Fellowship funding grants.

Description:

Timetable

3.45– Registration/tea and coffee

4.00pm - Introduction to working with schools - Sarah Vallois and Sharon Trotter, William Morris Gallery

Case study of Monstrous Assembly - successful London Borough of Culture 2019 Fellowship funded schools' project - Esther Neslen, local artist

4.30 - Introduction to 2020 Fellowship Funding

Emma McGovern, Special Projects Manager, London Borough of Waltham Forest

As part of the legacy, Waltham Forest Council have announced a new round of Make it Happen funding, with £100,000 available for artists, organisations, and individuals to create locally relevant, ambitious cultural activity right across the borough from April 2020 until March 2021. Funding is available from £100 to £20,000. Make sure to read the guidance notes in full prior to submitting your application. Applications open: Thursday 16 January Application deadline: 12noon Friday 6 March

Optional:

5.15 Guided tour of Pop by Design Exhibition/Schools offer

5.45 Networking marketplace/Drinks

All materials and refreshments included

Outcome:

To give an introduction to ways of working in partnership for schools and artists and find out about the newly-launched Fellowship funding grants. This will be a preliminary session for our half day capacity building session on 6th March looking at ways of working in partnership in more depth for schools and arts organisations.

Audience:

Early years, primary, secondary and sixth form college staff, artists and arts organisations working in Waltham Forest

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