The Brent Artist Network invites local artists and creatives to attend a roundtable discussion with representatives from three funding organisations including Arts Council England, National Heritage Lottery Fund, and Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC).
These representatives will present information about available funding in their respective organisations, and how Brent artists can apply. The speakers will also provide guidance on how to put your best foot forward when applying for external funding.
The talk will then open to a general Q&A and virtual networking between participants and speakers.
This will be an RSVPonly event on Zoom, and an audio recording will be made available post event.
About the Speakers:
Claire Saddleton, Arts Council England
Claire Saddleton is Senior Relationship Manager for Theatre at Arts Council England where she has delivered funding to artists and arts organisations for over ten years. Arts Council England continue to support freelancers and arts organisations throughout the COVID-19 pandemic through new and ongoing grant schemes.
Selina Papa, National Heritage Lottery Fund
Selina Papa is Head of Engagement for the National Lottery Heritage Fund London and South East region. She is responsible for delivering the Fund’s regional priorities. This includes investing in focus boroughs such as Brent, Enfield and Newham. She has 20 years experience of leading and delivering culture and heritage programmes in London.
Sid Patrick, OPDC
Sid Patrick is Project Officer for the Great Place Scheme for OPDC - Old Oak and Royal Park Development Corporation. OPDC is currently the UK’s largest regeneration project in the UK based in West London, and arts and culture will play a significant role in its development. Grants have been available for artists and community leaders under the umbrella of the Great Place Scheme.
BSL interpretation is available upon request with 48hr notice, and an audio recording and transcript will be available to registrants.
This is an inclusive space that has zero tolerance for any racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, islamophobic, colonial or derogatory behaviour.