The Coleraine Borough Arts Committee seeks to encourage the arts and creative activity for everyone living in or visiting the borough of Coleraine.
They offer financial assistance to local groups and individuals to develop local arts activity. The committee has a modest budget to allocate for this purpose and consequently awards usually range between £50 and £500, with lower sums being more typical.
The funding should be used to encourage creative and arts related activity in dance, drama, music, presentations, workshops, lectures, publications, education, film, visual art, craft, community arts activity and arts courses, etc. The Committee is unable to consider applications for grant aid to fund full time or part time, undergraduate or post graduate courses. The committee will consider applications for short specialised arts courses where they see evidence of excellence in a particular field
The Committee is keen to support projects that will substantially benefit people living in the Borough.
- The Committee may recommend deficit funding of projects or events with up to £200 and no more than 50% of the overall costs. This will be awarded after submission of satisfactory final accounts of the project.
- Retrospective funding may also be considered in exceptional circumstances.
- Applications will only be considered from individuals who are permanently resident in the Borough of Coleraine or groups who are based in this area.
- Applications will not be considered for hospitality or catering.
How to apply
You can also request an application form by e-mailing Flowerfield Arts Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org, or by ringing the centre on (028) 7083 1400.
Requests for grant aid will be considered at two points in the year and submissions must be made before either the 1st of March or the 1st of September. The Committee will meet during these months to consider the applications. Decisions are made on the above criteria and the availability of funds.
All completed forms must be returned to the committee at Flowerfield Arts Centre before the deadline - 1st Sept 2018