The House of Lords Select Committee on Communications and Digital published its report A Creative Future on 27 January 2023. It sets out five priorities to ensure the UK’s creative sector can thrive in the face of possible disruption and displacement.
Resources tagged with funding
A guide to what leaving the EU will mean for the heritage sector and how greater digital awareness may help
1. The impact of Brexit The UK’s departure from the European Union (EU) has been widely discussed in the arts, culture and heritage sector. It leaves a complex and uncertain situation for many organisations. You may have already been directly affected by the UK’s departure (e.g. new visa requirements for artists or import duty on … Read more
While the pandemic crisis has eased and there is evidence of a rebound, the operating environment remains challenging for the museum sector. Art Fund draws key insights from their latest research. (May 2022) Art Fund is a Pioneer Sponsor of A New Adventure, AMA Conference 2022.
Working with and supporting cultural organisations: local cultural policies and Newton’s Law of Cultural Funding
Researchers Rachel Johnson, Abigail Gilmore and Benjamin Dunn look at how Covid-19 is changing arts and culture policy and strategy within local cultural ecosystems, and the potentially damaging effects of a funding ‘gravitational pull’ within well-networked organisations and regions.
In this extended blog arts writer Dany Louise poses some provocative questions for the arts and cultural sector about the future of arts funding in a post-Brexit landscape.
Discover how Mottisfont Abbey has become a sustainable year-round business and the positive impact investing in its infrastructure has had on increased visitor numbers and secondary spend income.
This Prosper resource explains the funding mix — grants, earned income, private and corporate donations, sponsorship, crowdfunding and loans — and explores the benefits to arts organisations in getting the right mix of funding.
In partnership with Coventry University, Prosper has produced Business Support and the Cultural and Creative Sector in England and Scotland: A Review. This in-depth review of business support activities in England and Scotland is part of Prosper’s vision to build a creative economy making arts accessible for all. It has been shared to help increase awareness and understanding … Read more
An effective audit can be the starting point of creating a successful fundraising campaign or strategy. In these training videos, Wendy Smithers provides a detailed guide to carrying out a fundraising audit.
In this article, Fern Potter likens fundraising to choreographing a dance – starting with a clear vision that is developed into a strategy that can be used to achieve your organisation’s fundraising goals. A good fundraising strategy can help fundraisers overcome the fear of asking people for money.