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30/07/2020

Raise: Arts, Culture & Heritage are launching a research project to understand the impact of Covid-19 on arts and cultural fundraising. Now we need to hear from you!

27/07/2020

A new forum is being established to advise the London Borough of Lewisham on how the borough can use culture to amplify black and other diverse voices and celebrate how Lewisham is strengthened by its diversity.

23/07/2020

The Arts Council's new Let's Create strategy aims by 2030 for England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish, and where everyone has access to a remarkable range of high-quality cultural experiences.

23/07/2020

The Arts Council are working with Government and the sector to establish three phases to support you through the Covid-19 crisis – they are response, stabilisation and reset.

23/07/2020

The National Lottery Project Grant fund has re-opened with a budget of £59.8 million available until April 2021 and new guidance has been created for applicants.

14/07/2020

One of the new features of LEAN's new website will be the opportunity for our members to have a public profile. Get in touch with jane@leanarts.org.uk to be one of the first members featured when we launch! 

08/07/2020

After a successful run of monthly online Arts Freelancer Breakfast Clubs, we're taking a break for summer. But what should the event look like when it returns in September? We need your valuable input! 

19/06/2020

An open letter to self-employed and freelance theatre and performance makers in the UK has been signed by over one hundred (and counting) cultural organisations. 

11/06/2020

Lewisham College will introduce a new creative arts and design provision this September with a range of courses designed to help students develop their skills in production, performance and design.

20/05/2020

Lewisham COVID-19 Response Hub wants to look at a longer term response to the impact of this crisis – while continuing their current support to individuals -  and understand how they can work better together with a broad number of mutual aid groups.