Webinar: ACNI Individuals Emergency Resilience Programme 2
Wednesday 9th December 2020 at 1pm 0 Comments
We are pleased to host four information webinars for individuals considering making an application to the Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s Individuals Emergency Resilience Programme.
Event details: when, where, how to book?
This event is for venue support staff, singer songwriters, session musicians, set designers, lighting and sound technicians, artists, actors, DJs, musicians, rappers, writers/poets, comedians, open mike performers, tutors and facilitators, dancers, choreographers, editors and proof readers, craftspeople. This is an indicative list and is not exhaustive.
The event will start with a short presentation on the key points of the Individuals Emergency Resilience Programme. Arts Council staff will then be on hand to take your questions.
To get the most out of this information session, you are strongly advised to familiarise yourself with the Application Guidance Notes prior to the event. You will find these on the Arts Council website at: http://artscouncil-ni.org/funding/scheme/individuals-emergency-resilience-programme-2
Please note: We are limiting the number of attendees in each session to allow for some discussion but it may not be possible to hear from everyone. If you have specific questions you’d like to send ahead of the information session please send to email@example.com
- Tuesday 15th December: 10am – 12pm - FULLY BOOKED
- Tuesday 15th December: 2pm-4pm - FULLY BOOKED
- Friday 18th December: 10am – 12pm - FULLY BOOKED
- Friday 18th December: 2pm-4pm - FULLY BOOKED
Where: Zoom– we will send you a link after registration.
About the Individuals Emergency Resilience Programme
The Individuals Emergency Resilience Programme is the latest emergency fund administered by the Arts Council (ACNI), on behalf of the Department for Communities, in response to the Covid-19 crisis.
It is a £3.25 million programme of support, providing grants of up to £5,000 to individuals experiencing financial hardship as a result of Covid-19. Funding will help support individual musicians, DJs, artists, actors, craftspeople and freelancers and other creative practitioners who work in the creative industries to sustain and build their creative, professional and technical skills in these challenging times.
The Individuals Emergency Resilience Programme 2 is part of the £29 million Executive allocation that was made to the Department for Communities to support the arts, culture, heritage and language sectors which have been severely impacted by Covid-19.
The programme will open for applications on Thursday 17 December 2020.
Guidance Notes are available from http://artscouncil-ni.org/funding/scheme/individuals-emergency-resilience-programme-2