In total, we have £3000 to support ideas, and will allocate pots of £200 to up to 15 projects throughout the 2 rounds. If your proposal is not successful in the first round, you’re welcome to reapply in the second round.
Please submit your proposal for a project including a maximum request of £200. We would like to know how this money can support your idea: it can be used to cover anything from materials to your time, or participants fees.
You don’t need to have a specific budget breakdown, but please outline how the money will be used in your proposal, or feel free to contact us if you are unsure. We are very happy to chat through any questions you might have.
We are interested in supporting a range of ideas, including new and existing projects, events, texts, talks or art works. This could be a group discussion, a screening, a workshop or anything that you’d like to make happen but don’t have the resources to do so.
We are very open about how selected applicants can present, host work, or get involved, and we have included a list of loose ideas and formats below. For example, you might want to –
- Develop a new artwork (painting, print, drawing, performance, sculpture, collage, video, ceramics, sound)
- Contribute a piece of text or pamphlet
- Host an event / discussion / workshop
Ideas can also be presented and hosted on site at The NewBridge Project (in person) or (digitally) through The NewBridge Project website and NewBridge staff members can also be available to support with their time and advice. Again, we ask that you roughly outline this in your application or chat through with us about any of your concerns.