Resources tagged with "capital fundraising"
Find out how the constituent arts organisations of Manchester's newest arts centre, HOME, took on the challenge of raising funds for their £25 million capital build project and the revenue projects, with a limited budget.By Marla CunninghamPublished:2015 Type: case-study
This case study describes Battersea Arts Centre's Great Hundred fundraising campaign, which has been launched as part of its overall aim to raise £13.3 million to complete a vital restoration and redevelopment project to create a 21st century theatre within its 19th century building. Today a hundred is taken to equal 100, but before the 18th century a “Great Hundred” equated to 120. Built in 1893, the home of Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) celebrated its 120th anniversary in 2013 and therefore reached its very own “Great Hundred”.Published:2014 Type: case-study
mac birmingham is a pioneering arts complex offering a programme of theatre, dance, independent cinema, music, spoken word, comedy, exhibitions and special events, as well as a wealth of practical classes in all aspects of creativity. Following a successful capital appeal mac birmingham was redeveloped and reopened on 1 May 2010. This case study describes the fundraising process and outcomes mac experienced during this appeal.Published:2014 Type: case-study
Tyneside Cinema is an arthouse cinema based in the North East of the UK showing the best films from around the world. It also acts as a showcase for regional film-makers as well as training upwards of 6,000 adults and children each year in filmmaking skills. This case study by David Dixon, was first published in 2006 in Theresa Lloyd's Cultural Giving, describes how Tyneside Cinema planned to raise £500,000 as part of the £6.5 million it needed to undertake a complete restoration.Published:2014 Type: case-study
In 2000 the National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) unveiled an ambitious project to refurbish the Royal Scottish Academy Building and to build an underground link adjacent to the National Gallery of Scotland. The project was partly funded by the Scottish Executive and Heritage Lottery Fund with the remaining funds raised through a capital appeal. This case study by David Dixon, was first published in 2006 in Theresa Lloyd's Cultural Giving, describes how the appeal raised a total of £14 million from individuals, trust and companies over a five year period.Published:2014 Type: case-study