Our Reimagine grants are designed to inspire creativity and also to increase stability in the sector. We can provide funding for projects that:
Our Reimagine grants have been developed in consultation with the sector. We are grateful to you for helping us shape the programme.
You told us what you needed; this is our funding to support you and your ideas as we move forward together. These new grants are not intended to provide ‘emergency’ or ‘recovery’ funding. However, we have designed this scheme to exist within and address the present, challenging environment, and to prepare you for the future.
Through this programme, we will offer project grants of £5,000 up to £50,000. Small grants will be £5,000 to £15,000 and large grants will be £15,000 to £50,000.
The aims of this programme are:
We want to fund projects that meet both aims and address at least one of our priority areas for support:
The Reimagine programme incorporates and replaces our former project grants (Respond and Reimagine, Professional Network Grants and Small Project Grants). We hope this will provide a clearer, simpler application process as you navigate the next phase of recovery.
Our next deadline for applications (round 1) is Monday 5 July.
If you have a question about your eligibility for this programme, please get in touch. Similarly, if you intend to apply for a grant, please let us know.
You can contact the team via email: email@example.com. Where possible, please tell us the funding round or deadline you will aim for, and the amount you are likely to apply for.
If you require application forms in an alternative format, please contact the Programmes team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For application forms and to submit your application, log in to My Art Fund, or create an account. You must be registered as a professional user.
If you already have a My Art Fund account but are not registered as a professional user, you can add your professional details when logged in.
If you require application forms in an alternative format, please contact the Programmes team.