Culture Northumberland supports the cultural sector to have a platform, a joined up and inclusive voice.  Culture and creativity are essential catalysts for positive change. We are a conduit to support the needs and ambitions of the sector to enable growth and sustainability by connecting, amplifying and advocating Northumberland’s culture and creativity.

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The CompassionART website for 2020 is now available. 24 new sessions incorporating paper-art, singing, up-cycled art, and yoga. For adults living with chronic illness.

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The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage is part of the £1.57 billion rescue package announced by DCMS to safeguard cultural and heritage organisations across the UK from the economic impact of COVID-19.

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An Invitation to dreamers: £5000 bursary launched in memory of Maurice W.H. O' Connell

November Club re-launches a one-off artists’ bursary worth £5,000 in memory of Maurice W. H. O’Connell, aka The Lord of Misrule and the Abbott of Unreason. More information

Blue Sky Museums: Calling artists from all disciplines

Arts&Heritage want to receive ideas that are truly Blue Sky thinking. We are looking for maximum creativity and want to receive your imagined commission in visual, audio, film – or any other form we can display on our website. Find out more

Arts Council Announce Project Grants to re-open from 22nd July

Calling all Northumberland's creative freelancers!

Creative Freelancers in Northumberland are being asked to take part in a research project to help shape the future of their industry. It is hoped the results of the survey will lead to recommendations in policy to support a more resilient sector so that it can grow and flourish.  Find out more

Ceramics Bursary applications extended

The Henry Rothschild Memorial Ceramic Bursary is a biannual award of £5000 to a ceramic artist resident in the UK. Entries for the 2020 round of applications are now invited. Due to the Coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic, the closing date has been extended to 31st July 2020. Find out more

Theatre Artist Fund

The Theatre Artists Fund has been set up to provide emergency support for theatre workers and freelancers across the UK. It is for theatre professionals who are in need of urgent and critical financial support due to the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the theatre sector. 

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