Project Arts Centre presents

Talks and Readings


Dates: 09 Aug - 09 Aug

Show Time: 11:00pm

9 AUG 2011
Space Upstairs

By the Arts Council


Information clinics on the application process for Project awards.

In advance of the deadline for Project awards (Thursday, 1 September at 5:30pm) the Arts Council will hold a number of information clinics to offer advice and information on the application process as set out below:

Artists and organisations from all artform and arts practice areas eligible to apply for the award are welcome to attend.  No booking is required. Each clinic will cover the following topics:

•    Using the online services website

•    The purpose of Project Awards

•    Eligibility

•    Filling out the application form

•    Budgets

•    Essential supporting material

•    The assessment process

•    Common mistakes to avoid

•    Questions and answers

Further information

•    Further information on Project awards can be found on the available funding section of the Arts Council website. 

Admission to this event is free and places will be issued on a first come first served basis.

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