Deadline: 16 Feb 2022
This fund seeks to increase the diversity of people in the arts & creative industries by enabling progress, creative and professional development and supporting professional and creative risks.
Create:Inclusion | Creative Scotland
Applications open: Tuesday 7th December, 2021
Applications close: Wednesday 16th February 2022 at 12noon
→ WHAT IS CREATE:INCLUSION?
Create:Inclusion is a fund to help increase the diversity of people in the arts and creative industries in Scotland.
It will support activities which help people and organisations to:
• develop themselves and their creative practice
• develop their capacity
• take professional or creative risks
The fund has a total budget of: £350k. We’re aiming to support up to 20 projects.
→ WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF CREATE:INCLUSION?
Simple. This fund seeks to increase the diversity of people in the arts and creative industries.
Creative Scotland’s reports ‘Understanding Diversity in the Arts’ and ‘Equality Matters’ highlighted numerous and complex barriers to access, progression and representation in the arts, screen and creative industries.
This fund aims to start addressing some of these well documented concerns and increase the diversity of people in the arts and creative industries in Scotland.
→ WHAT CAN THE FUNDING BE USED FOR?
This fund wants to support a broad range of activities that can help applicants develop themselves, their creative and professional practice, their capacity or to support them to take professional and creative risks.
We have not outlined specific types of activities which can form a project because we want applicants to tell us the type of support they need.
→ WHO CAN APPLY?
The fund is open to individual creative practitioners, organisations, groups and networks in the arts and creative industries.
This fund seeks to increase the diversity of people in the arts and creative industries and we particularly welcome applications from individuals who self–identify as sharing one or more protected characteristics defined by the Equality Act 2010; or from groups or organisations which are either minority-led or which focus on working with and for those who share one or more protected characteristics.
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Submitted by New Music Scotland
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